Wartime propaganda of the '30s and '40s didn't stop at the physical enemy on the other side of the trenches. Guilt and scare tactics were common in the battle against the spread of sexually transmitted diseases within the American public at large and in the military in particular. Soldiers were the primary targets of posters like the ones below, which appealed to patriotism, family, morality, manly pride and outright fear to get enlisted men to take steps to avoid venereal disease (VD) -- including throwing out dubious "facts" like "98% of all procurable women have venereal disease" that tried to make sexual intercourse with women look as scary as possible. The message is frightening, but the posters are colorful, charismatic and downright charming. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
Raising a little girl is hard. You have all these decisions to make: schools to choose, what to feed them, how to make sure they don't grow up half as weird as you did. And of course, at some point you'll have to tell her about the birds and the bees.
1. That shirt looks very becoming on you....of course if I were on you I'd be coming too. 2.
It’s April Fools Day, and while I don’t do gags about sex (they’re not very nice), I can offer you ten of the funniest sex quotes I’ve collected for my book. If you have a good sex quote that didn’t make my list, simply post it in the comment section. -Mr. Science Top 10 Funniest Sex Quotes:
20. “During sex I fantasize that I’m someone else.” -Richard Lewis
Dear Flummoxed, That's a very good question; nowadays most sex education courses focus on secondary and tertiary sources, so much so that few people really get exposed to the classics in this field any more. I'll try to make a brief but clear summary of some of these important types of kisses: Aristotelian kiss a kiss performed using techniques gained solely from theoretical speculation untainted by any experiential data by one who feels that the latter is irrelevant anyway.