I know a lot is being said regarding educating kids on matters of sexuality, to teach them about good touch and bad touch, to talk to them matter of factly. 554 more words
Let me start by saying that this book is probably my favourite book I have read so far this year. It is insightful, thought-provoking, challenging, and vulnerable, and it brings a unique perspective to one of the topics most likely to spark a heated discussion among Christians. 651 more words
Luke is ‘Caught Inside’ this confliction of sexual orientation. He is dating Zara and is on vacation with her. Zara has a cousin named Theo. The moment Luke meets Thoe, unfamiliar feelings begin to rise within his core being. 43 more words
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Bizarro Stories from the Polycule: Adventures in Consensual Non-Monogamy
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Weird shit happens in CNM — weird good and weird bad, weird happy and weird sad. 285 more words
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So I was looking at Riley Dennis’ videos because I hate myself (I vehemently disagree with almost everything she says and I think she emotionally manipulates people) and came across one video titled ‘Not dating bisexual people is biphobic’ (and she means not dating bi people, simply because they are bisexual, is biphobic) and as much as I HATE to admit it- I actually *gulp* agree with Riley on this. 446 more words
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Foucault argues that we generally read the history of sexuality since the 18th century in terms of what Foucault calls the “repressive hypothesis.” The repressive hypothesis supposes that since the rise of the bourgeoisie, any expenditure of energy on purely pleasurable activities has been frowned upon.