Tag Archives: Sexuality

Come Hither Orgasms, Lest We Have To Talk About Their Absence

July 15, 2014


Since my dear darling Jessica shared her musings about some of the things that chase her orgasm into deep space, I thought it might be helpful to have an opposite list…things that bring orgasm into inevitability. What she said about truth and disclaimers. 1. Led Fucking Zeppelin. I know. This is likely true of many, […]

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Coldplay, And Other Things I Can’t Orgasm To – Expertly Elucidated by @jessbytheway

July 15, 2014

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  Disclaimer: This is MY truth, not THE truth. Let’s face it: every man and woman knows when an orgasm is absolutely out of the question. Here are some things that are guaranteed to put my orgasm well out of reach 1. Coldplay – This isn’t a personal attack on the band. In fact, in some […]

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Ask A Feminist: Is BDSM Inherently Misogynist?

July 15, 2014


Originally posted on The Belle Jar:
Q: What is your opinion on BDSM? Obviously people should be free do to whatever they want in the privacy of their bedrooms… but don’t you get suspicious when guys nonchalantly admits to enjoy getting off at the thought of humiliating and/or beating  a woman? Doesn’t it sound like…

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Casual Sex Is Good For You According to Your New Favorite Study

June 24, 2014



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6 studies that offer fascinating conclusions about human sexuality

February 20, 2014


I’d avoid the word “conclusions” but that is just me…

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Good Sex And Erotic Power: Why We Need To Lose Virginity And De-Center Marriage

May 2, 2013


“Good sex is not defined by the form of the relationship but by the character of the activity–particularly its ability to foster a deeper sense of self-worth and dignity for all parties involved.” I’m not sure this is how I would describe good sex, but I am ALL ABOUT the “power of the erotic to […]

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What does “CIS” gender mean? #lgbt #trans #educateyourself

April 27, 2013


CISGENDER (adj.)Sounds like – Sis-gender Definition:A cisgender person is someone who identifies as they gender/sex they were assigned at birth. For example, your birth certificate says female, and you identify as a female woman. The colloquial use of cisgender suggests that it is the opposite of transgender. If you’re not trans*, then you’re cis (abbreviated form […]

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Top 50 Myths About Being Transgender from Kaylie Love Proud To Be Transgender

April 26, 2013


Top 50 Myths About Being Transgender: 1. Being transgender is a choice. 2. Gender and sexuality are the same thing. 3. All trans people are men in dresses. 4. Trans people can’t have families. 5. Trans people are just transvestites. 6. All trans people are really gay. 7. All trans men are butch/extremely masculine and all trans women are extremely feminine.8. […]

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Raise Your Hand If You Masturbate

February 28, 2013


I used to sneak Judy Blume books from the public library when I was 12. And boy am I glad I did. Otherwise, my sex education would have come from a terrible book made for Christian teens given to me with no comment from my mother. This reading reminds me how radical Blume was for […]

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