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Trobriand Islands & The United States: Sexual Practices and a Lesson in Cultural Relativism

For us in the United States, though constantly changing and being challenged, our sexual practices are normal for us. It is a private matter that should take place between those in relationships and while casual sex does occur, it is not something commonly discussed. 792 more words

LOVE MAKES THE WORLD GO ROUND

 

Man/woman relationships are established in Genesis. Marriage, including sex, between one man and one woman is God’s plan. The book is replete with cases that are not one man/one woman, but I can’t think of any that did not result in pain.    227 more words

Keeping It In Your Pants: Abstinence and Asexuality

No sex guide is complete without a discussion of abstinence and so we will start off with a bang, or more accurately the absence of one. 574 more words

Abstinence

LISTEN UP, LADIES

Listen up, Ladies.  Many of you I am mad at!  I have been where most of you are in age and maturity.  But I have been in one place most of you are not, and I am so sorry for you.  716 more words

Peni$ Rings

I was looking for sex toys and I chanced upon penis rings. I have never used these before so I thought why not now. There’s one big problem though. 308 more words

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Six tips for conducting a book party

As I look forward to my novel being published in 2019, I think about the book party I’ll have—where I’ll host it, how I’ll get people to attend, ways to keep people invested in the party long enough for them to buy a copy of the book, possibly recommend it to others, and write a 5-star review for Amazon. 423 more words

Will the new rules of sexuality be like an ashtray with a no-smoking sign?

Slavoj Žižek is a cultural philosopher. He’s a senior researcher at the Institute for Sociology and Philosophy at the University of Ljubljana, Global Distinguished Professor of German at New York University, and international director of the Birkbeck Institute for the Humanities of the University of London. 1,506 more words

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