Rachel Rabbit White's recent post about the gross male body got me thinking about how much I love male bodies. The slim yet fit body of my husband, the shape of his hands, the firm feel of his abdomen, the way his buttocks casually strut when he walks, the curve of his collar bone, his arms, his deep blue eyes and thick blond hair.
So naturally, when I read about the controversy surrounding Northwestern University’s Human Sexuality class, I’m utterly dismayed. Here is a professor, John Michael Bailey, who is offering, at last, some semblance of a full sexual education to students who are interested. The class focuses on the science and diversity of sex and offers events for students to explore sexual issues with panels and presenters who have experienced the things being discussed. The events occur after class; they are optional and the content is not covered on exams.
Kegel Exercises, Sex Toys & Orgasms
By now, Kegel exercises and the medical benefits they impart are relatively well known, therefore you won’t find detailed descriptions or instructions on how to do what I call ‘pelvic push ups’ here. What you will discover is the amazing ability of these well-performed ‘push ups’ to produce knee shaking orgasms and how you can make that a reality in your life.
Last May, my husband's boss asked him to move to London to open a new office. If he accepted this mission, we'd be there for four years. The potential move sparked mixed emotions in me. Although I've lived away from my family for the past 14 years, it is pretty easy to hop on a plane from New York to Chicago for a visit. From London, that's a much bigger journey. Leaving all my friends behind also pained me. On the other hand, I love London, and always wanted to live there for a spell. There are many reasons for this, but I fess up that one of them is how much I love British chocolate. I feared moving there and gained 100 pounds from all the candy bars I'd cram down my lonely gullet.
Not All Sex Toys Are Created Equally
In your search for the perfect sex toy, you may have come across
warnings about elusive sex toy materials, in particular phthalates. In
2006, Greenpeace Netherlands and UK started a huge debate and phthalate
scare among consumers, retailers and manufacturers of sex toy products
by calling on the European Union to ban all phthalates in sex toys.
Phthalates are a chemical compound often called “plasticizers” that are
used as softening agents for hard plastics, including sex toys or
I am a ex-prostitute from the UK, who’s being trying to work out what it is about feminism that makes your hair on the back of your neck stand up! From my experience that seems to be the attitude of most other working girls that I have met.After all aren’t they seeking the equality of females? Haven’t they already got us the vote and gone some way into equal pay/equal jobs?So why do we find ourselves fractured from our sisters so much still?