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What?! Yes, Pakistan Airs Sex on TV.

What?! Yes, Pakistan Airs Sex on TV.

And you thought conservative, Islamic countries were afraid of sex. ;) Did you know Pakistani television airs a national, cable, call-in show called Clinic Online? Each week, viewers ask a doctor live questions about their sex lives. A few days ago, NPR ran a story about it. Listen to the clip….

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Hey, Sailor! Need a Fleet Week Hookup?

Hey, Sailor! Need a Fleet Week Hookup?

That crazy sexcapade called Fleet Week is raging through New York City’s streets, mattresses, dark alleys and parks again. I love it because men and women from the Navy, Marines, and Coast Guard certainly deserve sexual healing.

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I Did it! My Cherry Blossom 10 Miler Race Results

I Did it! My Cherry Blossom 10 Miler Race Results

I was at the race start line stretching when I thought I heard the announcer say, in passing, something like: “Due to an accident involving personal injury, today’s course will only be approximately 9.5 miles because a portion is already closed as a crime scene.”…

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How To Keep Your Orifices Clean & Healthy

How To Keep Your Orifices Clean & Healthy

Eat real food. Vary your diet. Cook your own meals when you can: Fish. Fruits. Veggies. Meats.

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Watch This: An Interracial Threesome Love Triangle

Hot Blasian Love! Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company’s Lights Rise on Grace is a gritty love story about a shy daughter of Chinese immigrants, Grace, who falls in love with a charismatic young black man, Large, who goes to prison for a bit and falls in lust with a white guy named Riece.

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Here’s What I Learned About Life By Writing About Sex

Here’s What I Learned About Life By Writing About Sex

There’s a reason you can make anyone fall in love with you if you ask them 36 questions, and I think question #11 gives it away: Take four minutes and tell your partner your life story in as much detail as possible.

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What A Difference A Year (or 10!) Makes

What A Difference A Year (or 10!) Makes

As a kid in central Illinois, I spent much of my life confessing private emotions in written, bound journals. I couldn’t predict I would eventually share stories publicly, and I sure as hell didn’t think people would buy my words, watch me perform things I’d written, and write nice stuff about me in national newspapers and magazines.

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5 Things I Learned from the FIFA World Cup Trophy

5 Things I Learned from the FIFA World Cup Trophy

I was recently invited to attend the U.S. Department of State’s 2014 FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour event, hosted by Secretary of State John Kerry. I participated in a policy briefing with Department officials about U.S. sports diplomacy efforts and digital strategy in general, met former U.S. Men’s National Team soccer players Cobi Jones and Tony Sanneh, and sat six rows from the stage as Kerry and Vice President Joe Biden addressed our group.

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I Made St. Patrick’s Day 8K “Top 10 Female Teams”

I Made St. Patrick’s Day 8K “Top 10 Female Teams”

I rallied five friends to join me for my first 8K. We were Latina, black, and white women who ranged in age from 28 to 42, but our multiple-ethnic group’s unifier was simple: We’d all hump Colin Farrell in a heartbeat.

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