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Sunday, March 28th, 2010
3:31 pm - Stuck in a sexual rut...

opaloctober
Cut to save you from my sex life and for language...Collapse )

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Wednesday, March 17th, 2010
6:27 pm - What songs make you hot??

opaloctober
YOU all know what I mean...what song(s) do you know that make you wish you had (or could do) a striptease?? LOL What songs make you horny??
I'll start:

Nine Inch Nails - "Deep"
Rhianna - "Rude Boy"
Joi - "Lick"


I'm a HUGE music buff (of all genres) and i'm sure there are way more than that for me, but that's just to give a few ideas...

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Wednesday, July 15th, 2009
7:58 pm

opaloctober
...So my rommate is getting hired to be a stripper at the local club called "Lipstick"....we have a LOT of adult clubs here in SE Houston/Clear Lake area, and I was just thinking...they should have BBW adult clubs. Ther's gotta be a market of guys & ladies that love to see lovely ladies with more curves...I totally would work at one! The attention would give my confidence a boost!

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Sunday, June 1st, 2008
12:10 pm

opaloctober
Does anyone know where i can get photos of the vagina as art?

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Friday, May 16th, 2008
4:22 pm

mr_lascivious
I just read this article and found this very intresting, considering the fact that I'm a musician/writer

Talk about creativity. Professional artists and poets hook up with two or three times as many sex partners as other people, new research indicates.

A study of 425 British men and women found the creative types averaged between four and ten partners, while the less creative folks had typically had three.

The more creative the study participants, the more partners they'd had.

Previous studies have hinted at all this, and anyone mingling seriously with artists might have suspected as much. But this is the first study to provide firm evidence, the researchers say.

What's behind the results? It could be that "very creative types lead a bohemian lifestyle and tend to act on more sexual impulses and opportunities, often purely for experience's sake, than the average person would," said study leader Daniel Nettle, a psychologist at Newcastle University.

"Moreover, it's common to find that this sexual behavior is tolerated in creative people," Nettle notes. "Partners, even long-term ones, are less likely to expect loyalty and fidelity from them."

For those of you who are curious, the full text of the article can be found here: http://www.livescience.com/humanbiology/051129_creative_sex.html

X-posted all over the place.

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Monday, December 3rd, 2007
8:21 pm

hooray4bunnies
Does anyone know of a community, or otherwise amazing resource, for sexology? I want to be a Sex Therapist and I'm always looking for advice from people who are all ready involved in it. Any community that I can find on LiveJournal has not been updated in the past months. I am also on MySpace and Facebook if anyone knows of something on either of those sites. Thank you.

current mood: curious

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Wednesday, February 7th, 2007
11:06 am

lightning_rose
Magnetic resonance imaging of male and female genitals during coitus and female sexual arousal

Images are probably worksafe. From a cubicle entrance they'd be unidentifiable.

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Thursday, December 21st, 2006
5:57 pm

electric_colors
Even Grandma had premarital sex.

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Friday, November 24th, 2006
10:37 pm - A question . . .

anguisettee
Hi everyone -

I'm usually one of those people who just read others' posts, but I had 2 questions.

1.Have any of you ever hear of a fetish/attraction that is directed at shy people (men) and/or their seduction?

2. If so, have you ever heard of groups set up for meet shy men (We're all adults, not need for internet jokes . . .) who are into light S&M?

I'm a dominant women who really likes shy men (to the consternation of my friends) and can't seem to find anything on this subject . . . In all the literature I've read (and I've read my share) I haven't run across anything. Thanks

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Wednesday, October 11th, 2006
11:56 am

bettybaker
So, I have a BPAL addiction. I love wine tasting and tea parties. I buy clothes that are nubby, silken, or velvety. I live for scents and touches, sounds and tastes; I look at things. The problem is that, as a result, I tend to buy stuff, keep stuff- and then the stuff accumulates on my floors, tables, and counters. I'm surrounded by awesome, misused crap. Crap that could have been sensual and decadent if I'd put it away, used it, or organized it sits in piles, shaming me.

Right now, I understand why some say that material goods wipe out a sex drive.

So, if going to the work of purging, organizing, and decluttering creates a sexier atmosphere- made sexier because our partner has a blossoming sense of faith in our ability to contribute productively to the relationship (and so do we)- logic dictates something disturbing.

It tells us that Flylady is the sexiest woman in the world. Move over, Tyra. When Flylady talks about hot spots, she's talking about more than the kitchen table.

*wink*

Time to strap on a feather duster and get to work.

current mood: flirty

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Friday, August 25th, 2006
7:54 pm - Vibrator First Timer.

kiwimunkyluv
So, my boyfriend and I have a healthy sex life. On the other hand, right now we live an hour and a half away from each other. So in the 'in between' time of not seeing each other, I would like to have some "stimulation" of my own.

I have never owned a vibrator, and I don't know where to start. I have no idea what I want or why I would want it.

I'm wondering whether I would want a bullet or egg for more 'hands-on' stimulation or if I would want a wand or something realistic or penetration or not or whatever! Well, I don't want anything realistic.

I just want some advice for a first-timer. Reasonably priced? In the $20-$30 range?

Or some interesting websites or something?

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Friday, August 11th, 2006
2:30 pm - Check This Mental Shit

caintheexile
Hey guys and gals....

As if you didn't know, some FUCKING MENTAL SHIT is kicking off in the world of cyberspace, and I'm pleased to say that this time it is entirely my fault.

Essentially, I've come up with a new theory for human attraction.

I've posted it on the Advanced section of the website that links the online universe of men who want to be good at seducing women, known as the Seduction Community, with the best pick-up artists (or PUAs in pickup speak) in the world.

It has kicked up a shitstorm of epic proportions.

The website is www.fastseduction.com

Check it out.

Click on the mASF forum icon in the vertical bar on the left hand side of the screen.

Sign in as a guest.

Click on the topic marked Advanced.

Read the thread entitled "New Attraction Theory."

My username is drjekyll.

After you've read that, read the thread above it, which is posted by a man called Allen Reyes. He goes by the pickup alias Gunwitch. This is also highly relevant.

God Bless America.

Ever Yours,

Jekyll

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Wednesday, July 26th, 2006
5:59 am - Non Con Community Pimp

cripplethebitch
noncon_is_fun
What is this community for? As the url says, "Non-Con is fun!" This is for any fan fic, original fiction, or art that deals with areas of "questionable consent" - be it rape, bondage, or torture.

Rules:
1.) You must be 18 or over.
2.) You must have your age in your profile to prove this.
3.) Any fandom is welcome - from Buffy/Angel to Seventh Heaven.
4.)Your fic/art is certainly welcome to deal with the negativeconsequences of rape/torture/etc. In real life, rape is a tragic,tragic thing.
5.) Your fic/art doesn't have to deal with the negative consequences of rape/torture/etc.
6.) Loving Bondage is welcome as well.
Friday, July 21st, 2006
3:41 pm

lightning_rose
From "The Straight Dope"

As a child, I was taught that the point of toothbrushing is to prevent the bacteria in food particles from producing an acidic environment that would cause tooth decay. Later, in sex ed, I learned that semen is alkaline. So what I'm wondering is, does having a little bit of semen in my mouth before I go to sleep also prevent tooth decay? It's more fun than using a toothbrush. --Creative Hygiene in Santa Barbara, CA

Frankly I don't have the faintest idea, C. But please don't let that stop you from spreading this theory around.

--CECIL ADAMS

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Tuesday, June 20th, 2006
8:05 pm

bdyffrent
I'm sure many of you have already read and/or heard about stuff in this article, but it was too good not to post, just in case.


The Effeminate Sheep and Other Problems with Darwinian Sexual Selection
An article from the 5th edition of Seed Magazine ("Science is Culture"), June/July 2006

Joan Roughgarden thinks Charles Darwin made a terrible mistake. Not about natural selection—she's no bible-toting creationist—but about his other great theory of evolution: sexual selection. According to Roughgarden, sexual selection can't explain the homosexuality that's been documented in over 450 different vertebrate species. This means that same-sex sexuality—long disparaged as a quirk of human culture—is a normal, and probably necessary, fact of life. By neglecting all those gay animals, she says, Darwin misunderstood the basic nature of heterosexuality.

Male big horn sheep live in what are often called "homosexual societies." They bond through genital licking and anal intercourse, which often ends in ejaculation. If a male sheep chooses to not have gay sex, it becomes a social outcast. Ironically, scientists call such straight-laced males "effeminate."

Giraffes have all-male orgies. So do bottlenose dolphins, killer whales, gray whales, and West Indian manatees. Japanese macaques, on the other hand, are ardent lesbians; the females enthusiastically mount each other. Bonobos, one of our closest primate relatives, are similar, except that their lesbian sexual encounters occur every two hours. Male bonobos engage in "penis fencing," which leads, surprisingly enough, to ejaculation. They also give each other genital massages.

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See http://www.seedmagazine.com/news/2006/06/the_gay_animal_kingdom.php and click "next" at the bottom of the page for the rest of the article.

FYI: cross-posted to _queer_teens_ and gsa_lj.

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Friday, May 12th, 2006
11:53 pm

empousa
Not to seem too trivial with my first post, but does anyone know the artist of the Eve painting used as wall paper here?

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Thursday, April 20th, 2006
2:09 am

cursedfairytale
I have always had an interest in human sexuality, and because of that people often have strange misconceptions about me. I go to an all women's college where my strange behavior is a little more accepted, but I still get odd looks when I talk about sexuality. I think it's mostly the fact that I'm a walking contradiction. I am one of the only person in my friend group not sexually active I'm pretty quiet, yet I don't get embarassed talking about sex where alot of my friends do...(it gets quite amusing when my older sister who has three kids asks ME questions about sex XP) I have scared off a few guys who perceived my openness to talk about sex as "being slutty"--even when I was just talking about the paper I was writing on sexuality in Leninist Russia for my 20th Century European History Class. I am glad to see a community willing to openly talk about this normal aspect of soceity. ^_^

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Wednesday, April 12th, 2006
11:05 pm - i wish i could be happy to just be a monk 4 real
taurus_eye kid with an ostomy.
know what an ostomy is?
no bladder; instead there is an external piss bag.


(hospital stock photo; not me)

this is a gross picture but - yeah, i know, nasty.
yuck, gross, fucked up.

21 years old. single. likes girls. knows girls don't like bags of piss.
what to do? what to dooooo?

challenges oneself constantly - is not bound.
runs, lifts weights, stretches, exercises, does well in school, maintains good jobs, travels around the world, learns new languages, never uses 'condition' as an excuse...

but - still awkward. girls don't like bags of piss. NO ONE LIKES BAGS OF PISS (unless they let you be alive)
what to do? what to dooooo?

fuck. fuck fuck fuck.
staying happy with pot is lame.
will i have to be rich, and afford new cars and shopping trips to have a girl?
should i even? i don't want to gross people out.
who wants a broken doll? fuckkkkkkk.

always thinking about monkhood. /end rant.

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Tuesday, April 11th, 2006
6:57 pm - Perverse?
grahambaster



Sexual Perversion

American Philosophical Quarterly 04/1997

Primoratz, Igor

[excerpt]



In view of the inconsistent and, indeed, confusing use of "sexual perversion" in ordinary discourse,(21) and the difficulties plaguing philosophical accounts of such perversion, one might be tempted to conclude that the idea of sexual perversion should be discarded altogether.

Some philosophers have actually proposed just that. One was the Marquis de Sade. He developed his notorious sexual libertinism as an alternative to the traditional view of sex as by nature (and God) ordained to procreation, and legitimate only within marriage. That view rules out a wide array of sexual practices as immoral, condemning with particular harshness those that are considered immoral because unnatural, perverted. De Sade's moral philosophy does without God, but not without nature. However, his view of nature is quite different from that adopted by the tradition; it is tailored to generate the views on morality in general, and sexual morality in particular, which have made him infamous. The natural is the yardstick of the moral; but nature is merely the sum of natural laws, and everything that happens happens in accordance with these laws. That means that nothing that happens, nothing that people do, can ever be unnatural, perverted nor, indeed, immoral. Homosexuality, pedophilia, incest -- and, of course, sadism and masochism -- are neither unnatural, perverted, nor immoral and criminal, for nature is behind them all. Nature makes it possible for human beings to commit such acts, that is, allows them to do so. Moreover, nature is the real instigator, as it puts the inclinations to commit such acts in human beings. "There is no extravagance which is not in Nature, none which she does not acknowledge as her own," says de Sade. Therefore "there can exist no evil in obedience to Nature's promptings..."(22) Sexual preferences and acts traditionally, depicted as unnatural, perverted, and censured and punished as crimes against nature, are merely preferences and acts at odds with the conventional tastes in sex.(23)

Michael Slote, too, argues that the notion of unnatural or perverted behavior, including sexual behavior, is idle and should be dispensed with. Slote notes that "unnatural" and "perverted" have both descriptive and expressive meaning. The former has proven extremely difficult to capture by a definition, while the latter is easy to characterize: both words express horror. Whatever we may mean by saying of a type of behavior that it is unnatural or perverted, we always express our fear or horror of such behavior. It is this horror that points to the true descriptive meaning of these words in their ordinary use: to call a way of acting perverted or unnatural is to say that it is not to be found in nature, that it does not exist in nature. By banishing it from nature, we also banish it from our world. Both these claims are supported by the fact that people who are especially knowledgeable about human behavior are neither horrified by ways of acting most of us find horrible, nor given to calling such behavior unnatural or perverted, the way most of us do. Unlike most of us, they know, and are willing to acknowledge, that such behavior is to be found in nature, that it is part of our world.

But why should we be attempting to put those human acts that horrify us outside nature, outside our world? Because such acts are very strongly prohibited by society and most of us nevertheless have certain impulses towards them, impulses which frighten us and threaten our self-image, and which we are extremely unwilling to acknowledge. As depth psychology tells us, most of us have some deep, unconscious, repressed tendencies towards incest, homosexuality, and possibly some forms of fetishism. We repress such impulses and keep them unconscious by determining that such behavior is unnatural or perverted. "By calling it `unnatural' [and `perverted'] we think of it as banished to a world other than ours, and this helps to reassure us that the impulse toward such behavior is not in us."(24)

Of course, all such claims are false, because there is no such thing as human behavior that is not part of nature or the human world. The ordinary notion of the unnatural or perverted is therefore inapplicable in principle. Those who employ it do so because they are ignorant of its inapplicability.


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Tuesday, March 21st, 2006
11:33 pm - being academic in my panties...

pyroclasticgrub
Okay, here's hoping this passes ethics approval.

My sexuality reads like an article out of Wiley Interscience. Fairly complex in content, but ultimately useless. Depending on the co-authors, there can be a lapse of several years between publications, only to find that the original material is just being re-packaged.

My co-author can expect a certain degree of consistency in my research methods. At least one co-author has noted that this is a refreshing change since it can lessen the chances of inter-observer error after the initial tests are performed. Currently, my former co-author is working on another long-term project and I am working on my own research alone.

My sexuality tends to contain:

Introduction: After having conducted a preliminary survey, I was surprised to note that Canadian women do not like watching Hockey night in Canada while having sex. This does not accord with previous studies (Weinertauber, 1970; Linkerman, 1978; Frakengoober et al, 1986) that suggest otherwise.

Hypothesis: Based on these data, I posit that Canadian women do not enjoy having sex while watching hockey.

Materials and Methods: I used myself as the test subject, as well as an average Canadian male who shall remain anonymous. Both were healthy and had an appreciation for the Habs, who happened to make it to the semifinals that year. We used a Dufresne day-bed (model 3s-va2) and a 42inch Sony plasma-screen. It should be noted that the presence of a 4-point HBC wool blanket at the time may have contaminated the sample. The presence of the blanket may have caused a change in sex positions, as pure wool tends to chafe.

Observations and Discussion: After one hour of Hockey Night in Canada and two of straight sex, we observed an interesting phenomenon. Women really do not like having sex and watching hockey at the same time, unless we can both see the screen clearly, especially during a powerplay. Obviously, more research needs to be conducted in this area.

Conclusion: There is no clear correlation between sex and hockey enjoyment. I plan to expand my research to include a full scale analysis of sex without hockey, sex without point blanket, sex without bed, sex while watching the Leafs and possibly sex during the winter Olympics.

Acknowledgments: I would like to thank my anonymous sex partner, and SSHRC for supplying the TV and other materials.

I should also like to add that my sexuality can be summarized in abstract format and should be available online within the year. I will also be presenting my sexuality at the AUNGAC (Annual Unlaid Nerd Girls Association Conference) in Copenhagen, 2006. I plan to pick up my research partner there.

current mood: cheerful

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