Monthly archive for August2011

Boobs, Blood and Bonding

Boobs, Blood and Bonding

I survived what New Yorkers have called “Minor Inconvenience Irene.” Hardwood floors lining my apartment didn’t flow water nor did wind hurl elderly maple branches through my car’s rear window. A bloody right shin was my only hurricane-inspired personal injury — a result of a…

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Rock You Like A Hurricane?

Rock You Like A Hurricane?

Mayor Bloomberg shut off our subway system, the MTA, from noon on Saturday. There’s talk of preemptively killing electricity in parts of the city. Across the water, New Jersey’s Governor Christie warned people … and this is a direct quote … “Get the hell off…

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Sex with Men Who F*ck Men

Sex with Men Who F*ck Men

No Surprise for Bisexual Men: Report Indicates They Exist. The study in question is Northwestern University Department of Psychology researchers’ Sexual arousal patterns of bisexual men revisited. In other bizarre and unpredictable news, Humans have two eyes. Carry on, folks! Speaking of bisexuality, a shameless…

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Not My Orgasm

Not My Orgasm

Did you feel that, baby? ;) Yes, the earth moved. No, it wasn’t my orgasm. To learn more about today’s earthquake in my beloved New York City, see Gawker’s commentary, “Hey, Californians: Shut up and let us wallow in our abject terror.”

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How to Give Yourself an Orgasm

How to Give Yourself an Orgasm

“Unlike sex, when it comes to credit cards, I don’t remember my first.” That’s the opener to Rachel’s piece It Happened to Me: I Declared Bankruptcy. Speaking of firsts, in case you missed it, from the show Fourplay TV, here’s a clip about the first…

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Sex and the Classroom

Sex and the Classroom

By now, you’ve probably heard that NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg issued a “mandate” requiring New York City’s public schools to teach age-appropriate sex education. In theory, according to the Wall Street Journal, students will receive their first sex ed dose in middle-school (ages 10 –…

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