You can be anti-porn and pro-sex. I'm no censor, says Lisa Saunders. She talks through some common misconceptions about anti-porn/pro-sex feminism Lisa Saunders, 13 December 2011 Pornography seems to have become an every increasing part of my life. Advertising, porn-spambots, the overwhelming barrage of sex-encounter venues that seem to flood my neighbourhood, the commodification of body parts and sexual imagery in all walks of life seems to be at an all-time high. I feel sick, not just physically, but emotionally and culturally sick. Declare yourself to be anti-porn, however, and prepare to be compared to Mary Whitehouse. Myth: Anti-porn means you just hate sex I am the anti-porn flavour of feminist, yes, however that is a misnomer. I love sex, it's one of the most fun things you can do that is free. Where I grew up, this was a redeeming feature, as everything was geared around tourism, not local young people.
Sex is one of the most fun things you can do that is free So this is why I hate porn. What Guys Really Think Of Women With A Brazilian Wax. Waxing all the hair down there: It's more polarizing than you'd think. Special thanks to Carrie Bradshaw and the women of Sex and the City for bringing Brazilians to the forefront of our imaginations — and keeping them there. Ever since the show's debut and the multi-million dollar success of the feature films, more and more women have dared to bare it all — or are, at the very least, thinking about keeping the feminine landscape trimmed and tight.
Opting for sans hair down there has thoroughly split the sexes straight down the middle. (And the sexual innuendo of the article is at its peak, mind you.) While women find the hairless hack to be refreshing, freeing and easier to maintain (yes, all things real women have said), how do dudes feel about it? They Think It's Clean & Sexy: While Tom, 29, loves the openness of the area when it's hassle-free. "I think a Brazilian should be seasonal — necessary in the summer and maybe not as necessary in the other seasons, but still suggested. Girls, I do not like your permanently bald vagina | scheissenbedauern.
What it looks like when you take your pants off now. Girls, I’m a straight man and on behalf of my people I bring some terrible news: I do not like your permanently bald vagina. Or at least, I still like it because it’s a vagina and I’m a man, but… I do not love it the way I used to. The prospect of clinically excising all hair from your downstairs area, forever, may seem like heaven to your intellectually handicapped beautician and paedophiles, but for the rest of us your bushless snatches are, frankly, a little weird. I know what you’re thinking – gross, a male feminist – but this could not be further from the truth. I think feminism shot its load 20 years ago and enjoy nothing more than getting drunk and treating my girl like a $39.95 blowup doll. The fact is: I just don’t see what is so great about a cha cha that looks like David Duchovny’s sidekick in Californication. “You’re a nineties guy. She added, mysteriously, “I’ve seen the studies.”
Nothing, that’s what. Yeah? What about it? Getting Used to the Idea of Female Pubic Hair -- The Cut. The year wouldn't be over if a serious publication didn't devote some serious attention to Brazilian waxes and the women who get them. The requisite annual feature story comes this week from the Atlantic, which investigates a widespread pandemic of hairless vaginas on college campuses. We can all agree that it's not surprising that women in their twenties endure the torture of genital waxing regularly, right? Thanks to Internet porn, and certain dudes? Like University of Michigan finance student Bob Fitzpatrick, who told the magazine he's more likely to perform oral sex on a female partner if she has no pubic hair (the magazine does not say whether he has considered whether or not she would be more likely to perform oral sex on him if she knew he wouldn't ejaculate in her mouth).
"If she's seeking for you to pleasure her and you have pubic hairs in your mouth, you're not going to be pleased with that," the 21-year-old says. Post-Xmas misogyny | J. P. E. Harper-Scott. Source: There’s always plenty to learn from the Daily Mail. Today’s insight (which I owe to a Twitter tipoff from @mslorriehearts) is that now that the indulgence of Xmas is over, we have to reinscribe cultural scripts of femininity. Women may have eaten food over the festive period, and this makes them flabby and overweight. At any moment their husband or boyfriend, or any man they meet in their ordinary lives, might want to sustain an erection at the mere sight of them, so it’s important to lose those extra pounds and get straight back onto the shelf as a desirable little physical commodity that red-blooded men can take down and consume whenever they fancy.
I wish I were exaggerating. The Mail wants to put the story in context, so the ‘normal’ and ‘acceptable’ bounds of chauvinist demands on women are shown to have been exceeded in this case: But we are not allowed to become too maudlin. 100% Natural Practice For Beautiful Skin. I find it kind of funny how it seems like in many ways society is moving backwards in time. In many aspects of our lives we are opting for simpler solutions that were more common in the past in regards to our health, eating habits, and personal care. Nowadays, a lot people are adapting to and using the ways of the past. Like hanging their clothes on a clothes line outside to dry, growing their own food, canning and preserving fruits and vegetables, utilizing homemade cleaning and personal care products and much more.
This is awesome to see because it means that we are taking control of our own lives and taking matters into our own hands, putting less reliance on the system for support. This is also excellent news for Mother Nature, as a lot of these older practices that we have been reverting back to are helping the environment directly. One of these practices from the past is called dry brushing, and this is what this article is about. Benefits Of Dry Brushing The Method Much Love. Babybel Wax Lip Balm. Now you can really go nuts with ingredients if you want to, and put all sorts of emollients, oils, vitamins, scents and flavors into your chapstick, but I wanted this particular recipe to be as simple as possible. All you need are: the wax from one mini babybel cheese (red or yellow) 1 teaspoon grapeseed oil You can use either the red or yellow kind of wax.
Even though your chapstick will look red (assuming you're using the red wax) there's not enough pigment in there to turn it into a lipstick. At the most, if you smother it on, you'll get a barely noticeable pink tint. You can substitute the grape seed oil for any other edible oil in your pantry. I like grape seed because of the texture and neutral taste, but any other (edible!) Oil will do too. Depending on how you carry your chapstick around you can adjust the quantity of oil. OraMedia Dental Self Sufficiency. You are about to view some startling material, most of which you may never have seen before, but probably should have.
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Robert O. While this information may have been written a while back, it remains as valid in its application as it did when first presented to the world for individuals wishing to take more personal responsibility for their own oral health without leaving that solely up to the professionals. It should be noted that we are not concerned with restorative techniques, rather, in preventive techniques. Further, while there may be or have been professionals in the field practicing according Dr. 1. The war on pubic hair must end. I must have missed the declaration of war on pubic hair. It must have happened sometime in the last decade because the amount of time, energy, money and emotion both genders spend on abolishing every hair from their genitals is astronomical. The genital hair removal industry, including medical professionals who advertise their specialty services to those seeking the “clean and bare” look, is exponentially growing. But why pick on the lowly pubic hair?
A few sociological theories suggest it has to do with cultural trends spawned by bikinis and thongs, certain hairless actors and actresses, a desire to return to childhood, a misguided attempt at hygiene or being more attractive to a partner. Surely human beings are not so naïve as to be susceptible to fashion trends and biases. It is a sadly misconceived war. Pubic hair removal naturally irritates and inflames the hair follicles left behind, leaving microscopic open wounds. Emily Gibson is a family physician who blogs at Barnstorming. Blog | Multi-Gyn.com. Proper Vaginal Hygiene - The vagina is an area of your body which cleans itself. However, it’s advisable to support the self-cleaning process with external hygiene routines that will help keep you infection-free. It Smells Everyone's vagina smells. The vagina has a natural odor. However, if it smells fishy or foul then it is a sign of infection. The vagina is a sensitive area and needs to be taken care of in a gentle manner.
Keeping It Clean Here are some pointers that you must follow to keep your vagina healthy and clean. Trim It Pubic hair is a sign of sexual maturity. Trim it regularly to a manageable level. Do not use any hair removal creams on your pubic area. Wash Wash the area regularly with warm water. "Just like you have PH balanced face washes, there are PH balanced vaginal washes available at chemists. Not a Flower Shop Do not use any deodorants, talcum powder or fragranced wipes to keep the area smelling fresh. They do not keep you clean or fresh. Itch and Scratch Wash and Wipe.