Porn is for fantasy, but can also be educational -
By Kara Price I’m a retired porn star and I like porn. I think regular old porn is a good thing. I think rough porn is a good thing. I think lesbian porn, gay porn, straight porn, kinky porn…
I support educational porn
Reason #134,679 why I’m a feminist
My Poly Story: What Polyamory Means to Me -
Hi! I’m John, and I’m happy to be joining the team here at Poly Chicago. I’ve been namelessly referenced a few times as “Caroline’s husband,” so whatever you may think of that guy, that’s me. Carol…
John took the words right outta my heart!
How to open your marriage to a third : polyamory -
I wanted to write this as a bit of an orientation for people who are interested in adding a third person to their relationship as this is a pretty com…
The comments are as worthy as the top post
9 Reasons Sex on a First Date Does NOT Backfire -
Every good girl has been told not to have sex on the first date. Right? When you google ”sex on the first date,” the first entry that comes up is some fuckwit’s post in the Huffington Post about w…
I am moved to agree, and share.
This'll Show Abercrombie & Fitch -
In response to Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Mike Jeffries not wanting “not so cool” kids or women who wear size large to wear his company’s clothes, Greg Karber has come up with a funny and creative way to readjust the Abercrombie & Fitch brand.
Yeahhhh… I have some serious issues with this #FitchtheHomeless thing. I get the idea: stick it to Abercrombie! But the method for sticking it is to say, “You want cool people to wear your clothes, so HAHAHA look at all the gross and uncool homeless people wearing them!” That’s the message you’re trying to send with this, right? That is exploitation. I am pro-giving clothes to the homeless and pro-telling Abercrombie to shove it, but this particular combination is flat-out wrong.
Instead, start giving Abercrombie clothes to the parents of teenagers. Kids are one polo-shirt-wearing soccer mom away from never going near that stank store ever again.
STFU, Conservatives: Gender-Neutral Restrooms Become the Law -
When Mayor Michael Nutter signed legislation Thursday to afford equal rights to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, he said he hoped Philadelphia would become “the most LGBT-friendly” city in the world.
One piece of that comprehnsive legislation will forever…
Say WHAT?! The Boston Globe reported 2 hours beforehand that a “controlled explosion” would go off in the exact location where 19 year old pot-smoker Tsarnaev is supposed to have detonated the first bomb… things that make you go ‘HMMM!…’Although the gruesome sight of mangled body parts is an everyday reality in countries occupied or bombed by the U.S. military, the ‘double-tap’ bombing in downtown Boston on ‘Tax Day’, Monday 15th April, was the first terror attack on U.S. soil in 12 years. Anyone with a couple of neurons firing will have noticed by now that the official story is riddled with inconsistencies. In fact, it makes absolutely no sense at all. In fact, there is no ‘official story’; U.S. authorities have clearly just been making stuff up as they go along, hoping that the emotional trauma of a terrorist attack will suffice to ‘win the hearts and minds of the American people’. So far it appears to be working, but when we discussed this on a recent SOTT Talk Radio show, we had a few callers who were completely exasperated with the contradictory, incomplete, and simply unbelievable accounts of last week’s events in Boston.
It was a strange week in more ways than one. It was the 20th anniversary of the Waco Massacre. It was the 18th anniversary of the Oklahoma City Bombing. It was the 14th anniversary of the Columbine School Massacre. And the bombings happened on the 238th anniversary of the opening shots in the American Revolutionary War. Coincidences? Or by design?
Every. Single. Time. Get it yet?
Seriously, if we believe a 14 year old is too immature to know how to take a pill, do we really think she’s adult enough to handle an unwanted pregnancy?
The truth is that the age restriction is completely arbitrary, tied only to our puritanical comfort levels. And listen, I get it; I think it’s fair to say that most people are uncomfortable with the idea of a 14 year old having sex. But here’s the thing - access to Plan B isn’t about keeping a 14 year old from having sex - by the time she gets to the pharmacy, that ship has sailed - it’s about keeping a 14 year old who has already had sex from getting pregnant. And despite what urban legend (or past embarrassing FDA memos) may tell you, making emergency contraception more available is not more likely to make young teens have sex - it will just make them less likely to end up pregnant.
We can’t let our discomfort with teen sex trump young people’s right to sexual and reproductive health and we can’t continue to let politics trump science. If we care about young women’s health and bodily autonomy and integrity, we’ll drop all age restrictions from emergency contraception. Anything less isn’t just illogical - it’s immoral. —
“Hey, FDA: Drop the Plan B Age Restriction,” my latest at The Nation (via jessicavalenti)
No fucking shit. Hey, your call dummies: Do you want
a) a bunch of teenage girls taking morning after pills
b) a bunch of pregnant teenage girls?
Because there is no option c here.
Lightning round, bonus points to whoever can guess how many of those pregnant teenage girls will get the abortions you all dread so much…
and how many will die for not getting them…
or not getting them legally since I’m sure you’ll make that as impossible as you can for them too.
(Source: jessicavalenti, via stfuconservatives)
What would you do with a $50k lottery ticket? -
…if you were homeless?