Sartan's BDSM Workshop: Projects: Frames Here are some finished shots of my two frames. First, a box-style frame. The crossbars come off, while the two rectangular ends stay assembled all of the time. Since these pictures were taken, I've added diagonal braces in the bottom quadrant of each end assembly. Second, a wall gallows-style frame. Home - Tools Materials - Design Practices - Links - Projects Lingerie Design, Pattern-cutting and Sewing in Hong Kong Certificate in Lingerie Design, Pattern-cutting and Sewing [Return to Fashion and Dressmaking] [ Profiles of the teachers at ITS and Fa Fashion Project ] Course overview: consists of 3 sections. Practical section 2.
Poly-Architecture 101: Building Hierarchies « Slut, Ph.D. It is one of the most often misunderstood truisms of hierarchical polyamory that stable and highly functioning primary relationships are essential for successful (hierarchical) poly life. It’s not the truism itself that people misunderstand; it’s that most people misunderstand *why* you need a stable and highly functioning primary relationship for a successful hierarchical poly life. For the rest of this post, I’m going to rely on a metaphor of architecture and houses.
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Lingerie & Swimwear Design Course Print this page Download Brochure Descarga Brochure Course Content The Lingerie & Swimwear Design Course I Grew Up in a Polyamorous Household - VICE Few cultural symbols have as much heft as the "traditional" nuclear family. You know the one: two heterosexual parents, two kids, one dog, two tablespoons of white picket fence, whisk gently. Don't get me wrong, there's nothing wrong with that—it's just not how I was raised. My parents are polyamorous, a Greek/Latin mishmash word meaning romantic non-monogamy with the consent of everyone involved. As a kid, I lived with my dad, my mom, my mom's partner, and for a while, my mom's partner's partner.
Your Mental Health is More Important Than Your Grades Pursuing your degree? Feeling the pressure? It’s that time in the term, when the heat is turned up-between deadlines, exams and everything in between. If you are a student of today, you likely have a lot going on in the between. Ideas about “traditional” and “non-traditional” students have flipped, with increasing numbers of students being working professionals, juggling all kinds of demands, who want to earn new and advanced degrees. But across the board, what unites students of all ages and life circumstances is this: unprecedented stress levels. How to Choose the Best Bra for Your Breasts Just as the right clothes help you look and feel your best, the right bra could be the missing puzzle piece to perfecting your outfit. That’s why when online lingerie outlet HerRoom released the infographic below—the best bras for your breast type (!)—we were hooked. Especially because, according to Tomima Edmark, HerRoom’s founder and a bra-fitting expert, women aren’t as great at finding bras that fit their breasts as they are at choosing clothes that fit their bodies. “The most common mistake women make is buying a bra where the band is too large and the cups are too small,” Tomima says. “My goal was to look at the subtle differences in bras and find out what works for which breasts.
Why I say “non-primary,” not “secondary” I’m a writer and editor by profession, so I choose words carefully. In this blog I deliberately refer to “non-primary” partners — rather than “secondary,” the more common term. First, let me define what I mean by non-primary: Non-primary relationship. An intimate (romantic/sexual) relationship that by mutual agreement does not have the traditional relationship escalator role or goal of becoming primary life partners (married or equivalent) who share a household.
Mental Illness is the wrong scapegoat after mass shootings by Amy Wolf | Dec. 11, 2014, 10:57 AM | Want more research news? Subscribe to our weekly newsletter » In the shadow of the two-year anniversary of one of the worst mass shootings in American history, at Sandy Hook Elementary School, an extensive new study by two Vanderbilt University researchers challenges common assumptions about gun violence and mental illness that often emerge in the aftermath of mass shootings. 29 Common Types Of Bra Designs And Their Functions Developed late in the nineteenth century, the feminine icon has since been views as a symbol of a girl’s coming of age. The bra does not only covers, supports and elevates the breasts, but also shapes the wearer’s figure. The degree of which the bra frames the breasts varies between style, functionality, fashion and fabric. Most of the bras today fall into more than 1 category mentioned below.
Religious Attitudes Towards Polyamory Among organized religions, attitudes towards polyamory vary from extreme discomfort and distaste to complete acceptance. At one end of that spectrum, conservative or fundamentalist sects of Christianity, Islam, and Judaism abhor extra-marital sex and base family on a strident sexual exclusivity—for women. At the other end of the spectrum, Paganism and sacred sexuality of several varieties celebrate a multiplicity of gods and lovers. The more liberal and sex-positive a religion is, the more likely it will accept polyamorous relationships among its congregation. The Big Three in the United States—Christianity, Islam, and Judaism—share the same theological foundations that mandate heterosexuality and marriage to create children.
4 Ways to Find Out If Your Partner Is Using Their Depression as an Excuse for Controlling Behavior At first it was only little comments. Your partner would shake their head disapprovingly after you dyed your hair. They’d scoff at your taste in music. After a while, though, you couldn’t just laugh it off, pretending it didn’t bother you. Your partner was belittling you in front of friends and family – even strangers!