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New Male Birth Control Pill Too Good to Be True? Where’s a spoonful of sugar when you need it?

New Male Birth Control Pill Too Good to Be True?

THE INTERNET apparently has a very short memory. Case in point: approximately every six months, we get a slew of articles proclaiming that “The Male Pill is Coming” and “Male Birth Control Pill Is Finally Here.” What does this repetitive but hopeful enthusiasm tell us? Firstly, that, despite the fact that the female birth control pill has been on the market for some fifty-odd years and Viagra got invented, creating a male Pill has proven too complicated (or so we’re told). Secondly, it tells us that women don’t really like the options already available to them, even though every other article tells us there are so many out there that we just need to find the perfect “fit.’ Meeting Mr. Man: A Lesson I Learned from Pursuing Casual Sex. I have an ambivalent relationship with casual sex.

Meeting Mr. Man: A Lesson I Learned from Pursuing Casual Sex

The risks of it terrify me. Still, I enjoy it because I don’t have to put much thought into it. It wards off the emotional mess that usually comes along with intimacy otherwise. Vidéo : Ce que les femmes aiment mater chez les hommes. Ilana Glazer Just Empowered Me in The Weirdest Possible Way. - Home. Trina Read. Sex. Sex and sexual problems are studied by psychologists.


Psychologists and other clinicians focus on enhancing or restoring sexual functioning and pleasure. They have developed effective treatments for many common conditions: lack of desire, erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation and painful intercourse, for example. Later life sex and love in intimate relationships are also a focus of study. Psychologists work to understand sex offenders and reduce the proliferation of sexualized images of girls and young women in advertising and the media. Special psychological resources are available for victims of rape and sexual abuse. Répertoire sur la sexualité, les femmes, les rapports hommes-femmes, les différences sexuelles et le féminisme- Sylvie Richard-Bessette. Your First Time: A Sexual Guide for Non-Binary People Working Through Trauma. Fifty Shades of Meh: A Real Dominatrix Takes On the Bestseller  Photo by Robyn Beck The film Fifty Shades of Grey is coming out on Valentine's Day and we're all excited to see it, because it's so naughty, so sexy, so erotic, right?

Fifty Shades of Meh: A Real Dominatrix Takes On the Bestseller 

Um, right? Les scripts de la sexualité - John Gagnon - Payot. Les 400 culs - Prenez une superbe femme, remplie de désir - Libé 17 mensonges que nous devons arrêter de dire aux filles à propos du sexe – Peuvent-ils souffrir ? Exposing 5 Sex Myths That Impact Your Choices as a Woman. This Comedienne Turns the Tables on Sex Position Jokes. You know the story.

This Comedienne Turns the Tables on Sex Position Jokes

I am the oldest— I am the second oldest of five kids, and I’m really close with all my siblings, but I’m especially close with my little brother Sam. My little brother Sam is about ten years younger than me. How Movie Sex Scenes Are Different From Real Life: Polyamorous Relationships Are About More Than Just Couples  Over the past few years, polyamory has become a more widely known term and practice. And perhaps inevitably, certain misconceptions and misunderstandings about what "polyamory" means have become widespread as well.

It would be unfortunately difficult to say which among these misunderstandings is the most common, or the most hurtful to polyamorous folks. But there's one in particular that I'd like to discuss: the idea that "polyamory" means "committed couple who have casual partners on the side. " 19 Ways Of Looking At Queer Life That Made Us Think Differently In 2014. The end of the year is upon us and we'll be spending the last week of 2014 looking back at some of the biggest, best, worst and most inspiring moments and people of the year.

19 Ways Of Looking At Queer Life That Made Us Think Differently In 2014

One of the things we're the proudest of at Gay Voices is our bloggers. Some are famous, some are ferocious, some are just regular people who have something they want to say to or about the queer community -- but we are grateful for every last person who has shared their opinions with us and thereby allowed us to start important discussions. Below we've gathered portions of 19 of our favorite blogs from 2014. From a look at lesbian sex positions to life as a genderqueer person to a beautiful transgender love story to Executive Editor Noah Michelson's thoughts on dick pics, here are some of the pieces we loved for making us think twice about what it means to be queer... and human.

No, My 10-Year-Old Son Isn't Looking for a Girlfriend. L’échange économico-sexuel. Paola Tabet : La grande arnaque : Sexualité des femmes et échange économico-sexuel. Les Éditions de l'EHESS: L’échange économico-sexuel. Actualité des échanges économico-sexuels. "L'argent circule dans toute relation sexuelle" Les 20 erreurs des femmes au lit. 17 Lies We Need to Stop Teaching Girls About Sex. REPORTAGE C'EST QUOI L'ORGASME. La Suède cherche un mot pour désigner la masturbation féminine.

Oh Joy Sex Toy - A Sex Toy Comic Review Site. Le consentement existe-t-il dans l'hétérosexualité ?

Orgasme Gap - plaisir des femmes - prévalence plaisir des hommes

When Women Wanted Sex Much More Than Men. In the 1600s, a man named James Mattock was expelled from the First Church of Boston.

When Women Wanted Sex Much More Than Men

His crime? It wasn’t using lewd language or smiling on the sabbath or anything else that we might think the Puritans had disapproved of. Rather, James Mattock had refused to have sex with his wife for two years. Though Mattock’s community clearly saw his self-deprivation as improper, it is quite possible that they had his wife’s suffering in mind when they decided to shun him. The Puritans believed that sexual desire was a normal and natural part of human life for both men and women (as long as it was heterosexual and confined to marriage), but that women wanted and needed sex more than men. I've Faked 99% Of My Orgasms. The One Word That's Still a Sexting Taboo. I've Stopped Apologizing For My Body During Sex. Look at yourself.

I've Stopped Apologizing For My Body During Sex

Like what you see. It is yours. The secret any man who sleeps with me eventually learns is that I have a scar underneath my breasts. I've had laser treatments on it a number of times to make it less visible, but the scar is still there. It is a vocal imperfection, taking away from any centerfold potential a man might construct in his imagination. Imperfection. If I take my clothes off, my breasts will cover the scar, in the right light, at the right angle, cupped in the right way, but as happens during sex, much of the body is revealed. These are some of the things men have said to me about my scar upon seeing it for the first time. I once wore a black lace bodysuit and I camouflaged the scar with tattoo-covering makeup, and I glanced into the mirror at the blurred forged perfection through the lace.

The story of my scar is quite simple and quite common. Hit Me Baby, One More Time: Slapping, Spitting, Name-Calling and Other Sex Preferences I Feel Guilty About. I feel bad about my BangBus.

Hit Me Baby, One More Time: Slapping, Spitting, Name-Calling and Other Sex Preferences I Feel Guilty About

Not while I'm actually watching it. Sexual arousal doesn't leave a lot of room for ambivalence and who stops masturbating to ponder the political implications of what they're getting off to? I can barely stop masturbating if someone else comes in the room, much less to make way for niggling feminist guilt. But occasionally, when someone asks me if I watch porn, I feel embarassed to say that the only porn I regularly watch is founded on the (scripted) premise that a bunch of dudes are driving around in a van coercing women into having sex on camera with the promise of cash, before dumping them by the side of the road, shouting insults as they peel away. Yep, that's what my vagina's into.

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