Is Cunnilingus Probiotic?, Mainstreaming of Pansexuality, & Heartbreak Apps
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Is Cunnilingus Probiotic?, Mainstreaming of Pansexuality, & Heartbreak Apps

Leaked CIA memo about identifying a homosexual. Kansas introduces extreme anti-LGBT bill calling same-sex marriage “parody marriage.” Apple and Google urged to drop app that allows Saudi men to track women’s movements. Is eating pussy like taking a probiotic? A dude invented a thing to glue labia together to keep in menstrual blood, for some … Continue reading

Tax-Free Tampons, Songs for Fetuses, & Woman in Vegetative State Gives Birth
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Tax-Free Tampons, Songs for Fetuses, & Woman in Vegetative State Gives Birth

What horrible things did we do to our penises last year? Korean women’s rights activists condemn investigations into abortions. Legalizing gay sex in India is not a western idea. Menstrual products will now be tax-free in South Africa. Second oldest women’s college in US now admitting trans students. Professor who put Brock Turner’s face in … Continue reading

QPOC Heathers Reboot, Androgyny Meets Body Positivity, & Dating While Asian
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QPOC Heathers Reboot, Androgyny Meets Body Positivity, & Dating While Asian

Doctors find menstrual cramps are as painful as heart attacks. Trans kids benefit from being able to transition. The new Heathers reboot makes the QPOC kids the bullies. Trump dismantles LGBT protection policies. The cost of reporting while female. Arizona legislature makes restrictive prison menstruation rules. Androgyny isn’t just for thin people. Drag king spaces … Continue reading

Sex in the news / Sex Links

Comments poly people are tired of hearing. Pat Toomey staffer ends phone call with constituent for using the term “menstruation.” Remembering LA’s revolutionary Black gay nightclub. What it feels like to lack attraction to other people. Alabama OB-Gyn treats miscarriage, is now being charged with wrongful death. Dad fired for attending son’s birth gets outpouring … Continue reading

Menstruation and Empowerment in Uganda: A Conversation with Carmen Cronin
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Menstruation and Empowerment in Uganda: A Conversation with Carmen Cronin

MPH and Fulbright scholar Carmen Cronin recently returned from a trip to Uganda where she studied the practices of girls around menstruation. What products/materials do they use to handle blood flow? What are the cultural beliefs about periods that affect their daily life? Does menstruation get in the way of being able to attend school? … Continue reading

Myth of Sex Addiction, Wonder Woman, & Marijuana for Menstrual Cramps
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Myth of Sex Addiction, Wonder Woman, & Marijuana for Menstrual Cramps

Sex addiction is a myth. Dating with intention: making your behavior match your goals. Things you might think are consent, but aren’t. Nobody catcalls the woman in the wheelchair. “We all need D” ad campaign is unintentionally hilarious. Man dies in fatal crash pantsless, watching porn while driving. Sex without shame.” My partner fantasizes about … Continue reading