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Bright lights swirling, colors mingling in a swarm of sweat and sweet perfume. Base beats echo heartbeats rapidly sounding hidden desires. Long legs, short skirts, breasts heaving in succulent waves. 163 more words

The links we click tell us who we are—

The most-clicked link in “Men are where women were 30 years ago?” comes from this sentence: “In addition, a lot of early socialization about sex and dating is so bad that… 113 more words


What If I Were A Girl?

(and yes, I mean ‘girl’ – I’m under eighteen, so am a ‘boy’, and so any inversion of my gender would make me a girl, not yet a woman. 851 more words


The Letters of Abelard and Heloise - Michael Clanchy (Introduction), Betty Radice (Translator)

Was romantic love invented in the Middle Ages? If so, then the true story of Pierre Abelard and Heloise is a template. However, Patricia Hamill wrote: I wanted to write to you regarding your comment that this is ‘one of the greatest love stories of all time.’ I think this is a misleading statement and grievous misrepresentation of their history….Two people in a relationship, tragic or triumphant, does not make a love story. 4,313 more words


Spring Is Here

Rain is falling
birds are singing
flowers are blooming
spring is finely here!

The icy fingers of winter
no longer tracing patterns in the snow… 383 more words


Is sex really such a big thing?

Imagine how annoying it is when those missionary religious groups approach you and try to convince you you’re missing out on life by not opening up yourself to Jesus’s love? 546 more words



I have often heard it said that society is more lenient on the clients of sex workers than on those selling sex. The prostitute is “a dirty whore” “or a slapper” (these are words I have heard used to describe those engaged in prostitution, they are not mine and do not reflect my views of sex workers), while the man buying sex is “a bit of a lad”, “is sowing his wild oats” etc. 612 more words