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27

Apr

Ask away!

Just enabled the Ask feature. Have questions for me? Let ‘em rip.

03

Sep

maryrambin:

I don’t think men will be chastising the snuggie anymore.

25

Aug

Social media has overtaken porn as the #1 activity on the Web.

Source: Social Media Revolution video

16

Aug

She smiles a tiny wicked smile and thrusts her hips back and forth a couple times. I now have an erection that is probably tall enough to ride some of the scarier rides at Great America without a parent.
Henry, “The Time Traveler’s Wife” by Audrey Niffenegger

20

Jul

rachelhills:

My long-awaited (well, not really, but long-awaited by people who were involved in the conversations that led to its creation, who’ve been checking the newsstands for months) article on sex without condoms is finally out in this month’s CLEO.
I like how, on the cover, they’ve referred to it as “condom roulette”. Because this issue isn’t just about cut and dry switching condoms for the pill after a month because you trust your partner so much (although, admittedly, that’s what my article focuses on) but about all the questionable risks even clever cookies engage in when it comes to safe sex. “Playing with fire,” I called it in a conversation the other day.
In the wake of former UK Marie Claire ed Liz Jones’s tirade on the women’s magazine set, I feel compelled to give a shout out to two other very awesome (and feministy) articles in this month’s CLEO: Nicole Elphick’s article on the “fat acceptance” movement (something I’ve been embracing intellectually if not emotionally), and Lizza Gebilagan’s piece on the mainstreaming of plastic surgery.

rachelhills:

My long-awaited (well, not really, but long-awaited by people who were involved in the conversations that led to its creation, who’ve been checking the newsstands for months) article on sex without condoms is finally out in this month’s CLEO.

I like how, on the cover, they’ve referred to it as “condom roulette”. Because this issue isn’t just about cut and dry switching condoms for the pill after a month because you trust your partner so much (although, admittedly, that’s what my article focuses on) but about all the questionable risks even clever cookies engage in when it comes to safe sex. “Playing with fire,” I called it in a conversation the other day.

In the wake of former UK Marie Claire ed Liz Jones’s tirade on the women’s magazine set, I feel compelled to give a shout out to two other very awesome (and feministy) articles in this month’s CLEO: Nicole Elphick’s article on the “fat acceptance” movement (something I’ve been embracing intellectually if not emotionally), and Lizza Gebilagan’s piece on the mainstreaming of plastic surgery.

16

Jul

10 best places to kiss

(via jessicachu)

Musings on men

At what point do we stop referring to them as “boys” and start calling them “men?”

It’s an obvious statement that no two men are the same so it doesn’t seem to be defined by age. One man at 25 may be more mature than a man in his 40s (although unlikely, they’re probably both immature, they’re men).

Maybe it’s when a boy reaches specific and significant goals in his life that he becomes a man. When a boy loses his virginity, is he then a man? When he graduates college, moves out on his own and gets a “real job” is he then a man? Or does he have to get married in order to earn the title?

06

Jul

'Joey thinks your pretty'

I found this note on my desk after a party I threw at my apartment one night. It was written on a crumpled piece of computer paper and the handwriting was almost illegible. Luckily, I’m fluent in third person.

Dear HookupsfromHell,

Joey thinks your pretty. Joey wants you to call him. Please call Joey at (555) 555-5555*.

Love,
Joey**

*Phone number has been changed.
**Name has not.

Would you have called Joey back after receiving a love note like this?

23

Jun

Can a woman be a douchebag?

A recent article from Lemondrop says it’s possible to be a weiner without actually having one.

What do you think?

 We know little Dalten has to be between the ages of 11-13. Nicely done.

 We know little Dalten has to be between the ages of 11-13. Nicely done.

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