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  • Seeking Help as a Survivor of Sexual Violence

    Rape, abuse, and sexual assault are crimes that overwhelmingly target women, so I will be speaking primarily about women who have survived these things, and from my own experiences as a woman who has been assaulted. Through this series of articles, I hope to provide survivors and their supporters with resources, wisdom, and understanding, using myself as an example.

  • What appealing DADT didn't do

    What we forgot when President Obama repealed Don't Ask Don't Tell.

  • Poisoning to Be Pretty

    While the act of putting on your makeup in the morning may not seem to be of significance, studies have shown that it can have a grave impact on your health.

  • Courage in Kansas

    Wichita has been without abortion services since the horrible murder of Dr. Tiller. But now, nearly four years later, Julie Burkhart and others step forward to fight the protesters to reopen the doors of the clinic and once again provide the constitutionally protected service.

  • Move Over Big Brother, Big Business Is Here

    One of the largest internet credit card processors in the world has recently announced a policy of zero tolerance regarding the use of certain words on sites it represents. How long will it be before all the others follow?

  • Losing Faith In Words

    How what we say and the way we say it can make all the difference in the world.

  • Unexpected Stalkers

    Stalkers, is a dangerous and frightening word. Instantly one pictures a man or woman in their mid-twenties to thirties, standing outside in the bushes late at night. In this picture the stalker is usually unkempt in appearance, with baggy clothes, and unwashed hair. They have some secret creepy shrine of their victims and a dangerous obsession. The frightening truth is that almost anyone you meet can become your stalker. At twenty-four, I learned this the hard way.

  • How “Teaching Men Not to Rape” Won't Prevent Another Steubenville

    Last week, Trent Mays and Ma’Lik Richmond were sentenced for the rape of 16-year-old “Jane Doe” at an alcohol-fueled party in Steubenville, Ohio. In the aftermath of this horrific crime, pundits are calling on the country to “teach men not to rape” to prevent a repeat of this obscenity – but that message is utterly ridiculous.

  • Steubenville – the aftermath

    The Steubenville rapists, Trent Mays and Ma’Lik Richmond, were sentenced yesterday for violating an unconscious teenager at an alcohol-fueled party. But while the cycle of justice is over; many are asking if justice has really been done.

  • To the Anti-Porn Brigade; it's Always 1984

    The specter of porn legislation has raised its head again in Europe, and this time they mean it

  • Should prostitution be legal?

    While I would never turn to prostitution as a profession, I do think it should be legalized.

  • Economy Stimulation with Prostitution

    Just my humble opinion on legalizing prostitution.

  • The Oldest Profession For A Reason

    Prostitution isn't going anywhere. Rather than being naive, as a country we need to work to regulate it.

  • Shining A Light Into Darkness, Illuminating The Sex Trade

    Should prostitution be legal? A healthy national attitude about sex not only makes things pleasurable for its citizens, but also makes great financial sense.

  • Confessions of a Wishful Prostitute

    Is trading your body for money immoral? I don’t think so. In fact, I find the whole concept to be kind of hot! Let me tell you why.

  • Don't Rape Not "Don't Get Raped"!!

    Women are told to avoid walking back home alone after dark, to avoid dressing provocatively, and to avoid getting too drunk in order to avoid getting raped. But is this the solution?

  • NAMBLA: Working the First Amendment

    The North American Man/Boy Love Association (NAMBLA) is a pedophile and pederasty advocacy organization in the United States that works to abolish age of consent laws criminalizing adult sexual involvement with minors, and for the release of all men who have been jailed for sexual contacts with minors that did not involve coercion.

  • War on Abortion Opens New Front Line in North Dakota

    In North Dakota, Senate bill 2303 recognizes fertilized eggs as having full legal rights.

  • Johns, Tricks, and Cold Hard Cash

    Opinions are free to give out, but how much will you actually DO?

  • Should prostitution be legal in your country?

    Yes, I think it should be legal for a variety of reasons. Read on if you want to find out why.

  • I Can Sell Everything...But The ONE Thing That Is Mine??!!

    For Sale: 1994 Oldsmobile, Jeans, Diamond Ring, Puppies, Dishes, Couch, Bed, Used Lelo Vibrator, Porn DVDs, Erotic Tales, Phone Sex, Used Underwear, Business Plan, Inventions, Intellectual Property...Everything but my body...

    Why can we sell everything we own, even our thoughts and ideas, but not our body? What would the ability to sell our own body do for our rights and lifestyles? Why is it we can sell everything but the one thing we have ultimate control over?

  • Domestic Violence the same for the LGB community.

    A new report shows domestic violence occurs at the same rate for those in the LGB community in their lifetime as they do for heterosexuals.

  • Morally Grey: Biological Children

    When does the desire for children turn grey? Is it okay if you know you will give your child a disease? Is there a line? And where is it?

  • Will Gay Marriage Become a Reality in the UK?

    Marriage Equality advocates in Britain are finally looking to make gay marriage legal – but will they succeed?

  • Prostitution? Yes please!

    Prostitution is known as "the world's oldest profession." If it has been around for centuries, then why is it illegal? Shouldn't everyone have a right to do what they please with their body?

  • Rape Isn't A Consequence

    Growing up, I was warned by many folks that there are situations we put ourselves in that can get us raped. I didn't question this until I experienced several instances at work that brought out the fear. I learned how ugly the fear is, and how the warnings seemed to endorse that rape was a consequence for making bad decisions.

  • My Story: Recognizing and Preventing Rape

    This a bit heavy for a first article, but as someone who has been a victim, rape is a serious issue that men and women need to stay informed about. I admire the magazine Cosmopolitan for making a monthly article about the issue of campus rape and actually doing something to raise awareness of the problem. In this article you will learn about my experience and ways to be aware and safe.

  • Naughty Teacher Nixed Over Pornographic Past Will Not Be Allowed To Teach Anymore

    A 32 year old female teacher was fired for performing in porn, during a lull in her career and due to financial hardship. Learn more about the ordeal here.

  • Whose rights are it anyway?

    Is there a simple answer to the question of who has the right to make a decision on abortion? Of course not! In such a horrible situation, who gets the final say?

  • College Vending Machine Supplies Plan B

    A small school in Pennsylvania has stirred up a big controversy by allowing students access to the controversial Plan B contraceptive through a vending machine on campus.

  • Our child, whose choice?

    Generally, I am absolutely pro-life. I am on the side of the baby, not either of the parents.

  • Israeli Ban of Ultra Skinny/Unrealistic Models

    Learn more about the Israeli ban on models and image editing encouraging unhealthy ideals.

  • Equal rights across all planes!

    In a country that has fought so long for equal rights, it seems to me that a key area has been disregarded: father's rights to an unborn child. No man can legally force a woman to abort her baby, so why should a woman be able to abort a baby that has a parent who wants to raise it?

  • What Rights?

    Many people bring up the idea of requesting a father's signature before a woman can get an abortion. These people do not think of the consequences of such actions. These measures are not only undue burdens, illegal under Roe v. Wade, but also horribly oppressive measures that would force women to give birth against their will.

  • SexIs Subjective: Gentleman's Choice?

    Should men be included in the decision making choice for abortion?

  • Anonymous attacks Steubenville students accused of rape – but do their facts add up?

    Hackers affiliating themselves with the Anonymous movement have turned their attention to the Steubenville rape allegations – but their version of events doesn’t always match the facts.

  • Abortion. Rights of the Father?

    Being pregnant is already a difficult thing. However in life, nothing is simple and abortion is possible. Abortion complicates things enough in itself, but the right to choose exacerbates debates and blurs lines. What about the rights of the father? I posit that his rights only extend so far, but as usual the answer is not entirely clean cut as the one I suggest.

  • California Courts Rule Rape is Only Rape if You’re Married

    Normally it is members of the Republican party who make asinine comments about Rape, but yesterday, the California appeals court decided to get in on the act.

  • Donated Sperm? Now Donate Your Paycheck.

    A Kansas man who donated his sperm to a childless lesbian couple has now been sued – successfully – for child support.

  • Who has the right to decide?

    Being adult means we are responsible for our actions and their consequences. We have the ability to create and destroy lives – but such power comes with huge responsibility. Who can make such decisions? Who can shoulder such responsibility? Who can have a say over a life created by two people that would belong to two?

  • He With the Clean Internet Profile May Cast the First Stone.

    Sexting, package shots, World of Warcraft??? As politicians get blamed for more of their online activities, what happens to regular people who enjoy the same activities?

  • Sanford and (ex) Spouse

    Remember that governor who disappeared, claimed he was hiking the Appalachian Trail and was really in Argentina with his mistress? He wants another chance at being your latex salesman.

  • Teen Rape Goes Viral; Town Protects Football Team

    Instagram and Twitter feeds incriminate students in a sexual assault case the authorities can’t brush under the carpet.

  • Not So Progressive – Britain to Make Gay Marriage Illegal

    Advocates for same-sex marriage in America scored some major victories in the fight for marriage equality this election – but their supporters across the pond didn’t fare so well.

  • America Should Vouch for Gay Marriage.

    Gay marriage won't be legal in all 50 states until 2024 at the earliest. What if there was a way for gay people to get married in any state, while keeping it convoluted and maintaining gays as second class citizens? That's what marriage vouchers can do!

  • Euphoric Over Dysphoria

    The APA has decided that being transgendered should no longer be considered a disorder.

  • Sex Feed: New Proposed Law to Ban Bestiality in Germany

    Animal brothels tied to the decision to ban the practice.

  • Idea for the porn industry thanks to Prop B

    Laws can be a benefit. But sometimes they are just stupid and at those times I don't mind suggesting ways to exploit them, as long as you take the time to check on things to make sure it will work first.

  • SexFeed: Elmo Actor Resigns Due to Sex Scandal

    A long-time Sesame Street actor has resigned as his role on the children's TV show as Elmo amidst a still emerging and thus far unverified sex scandal involving teenage boys.

  • Maine Backs Same-Sex Marriage

    On November 6th, 2012, Maine voters agreed that the state should issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. This is a huge win for the LGBT community and Maine as a whole. But not everybody thinks so.

  • SexIs Subjective: Free to be Me

    What is the point of having sexual freedoms when the choices we make and the things we do are still so taboo? No one should feel condemned for what they do in the privacy of their own home.

  • SexIs Subjective: Freedom at Home & in Public

    It's hard to nail down the point at which someone ceases being sexually free and instead becomes disruptive or offensive. However, it's even harder to tell how justified that offense is! I don't think that we as a society are completely where we need to be in terms of open-mindedness, but I do think that we are on the way there.

  • Twincestual Discrimination

    Sure, you hear often of discrimination against people who are not given their rightful marriage privileges, but are those you hear about the most often the only ones denied?

  • Why I Don’t Care About Gay Marriage (And Why You Shouldn’t Either)

    Gay marriage is a huge political issue now, with states overturning DOMA and the institution of gay marriage in several states in the last few years. Don't get me wrong--that's great. But we queers need to get our priorities straight.

  • Porn stars protest condom-only porn measure

    They appreciate safe sex, just not in their industry.

  • Sex Feed: Shameful sexual abuse in schools

    Two tales of abuse that will get your blood boiling

  • Sex Feed: Detroit's police department left without a leader due to inappropriate relationship

    Detroit police chief's sex scandal revealed

  • The Condom Broke, Now What?….Plan B

    Plan B is the emergency contraceptive pill that can be taken up to 72 hours after unprotected sex or in the case of failed birth control such as the condom breaking. There is important information you need to know.

  • The Girl Behind The Glory Hole

    It’s been said that sex workers are among the most misunderstood professionals in the world. But they are also among the most dedicated.

    In the first of several interviews with different "specialists," conducted over a period of six months, a woman filling what some people might describe as the most demeaning of all her trade’s many roles talks about the demands of her job, her motivations and the rewards.

  • Sex Feed: Former Bengals cheerleader turned teacher pleads guilty to sex with student

    She left court holding the young student’s hand.

  • God Loves Sex Too

    We've basically been told sex is wrong all our lives. A lot of us have grown up under the impression that God views all sex -- even between a married couple -- as dirty. Despite the need to re-inform, we shouldn't be spending our love-making time feeling guilt because in our hearts it feels like we're sinning. Guess what? God loves sex too! The idea that God is opposed to sex is false, and I'm here to tell you how I happen to come to this conclusion.

  • Sex Feed: Former pageant princess who appeared on Wife Swap arrested

    It’s her third time dealing with the law, but the first time she’s arrested.

  • Sex Feed: Vancouver Sex Trade Workers Can Challenge Prostitution Laws

    It took five long years, but The Supreme Court of Canada finally decided that prostitutes can argue their case in court.

  • Sandusky, Savile and worse – Why do we tolerate sexual predators?

    Out loud, we all claim to despise sexual predators. So why do we tolerate so many of them?

  • Sex Feed: One small step for transgender students in Toronto schools

    The Toronto District School Board has created new guidelines accommodating transgender students

  • Sex Feed: Nova Scotian teenager held against his will

    The 16-year-old boy was chained and sexually assaulted for up to two weeks.

  • Sex Feed: Canadian HIV carriers absolved from having to legally inform their sexual partners about their condition.

    To disclose or not to disclose HIV, it just got a little more complicated.

  • In Landmark Lesbian Custody Battle, Court Rules: “Best Interests of the Child are Paramount.”

    In the lead up to the election, it often seems like equality is in the firing lines. But in the midst of an anti-gay agenda by militant Republicans, it looks like one small victory has been won in New York City.

  • Incest fantasy porn and legalities

    I think this is an odd thing to be able to find on the internet and I do not understand why I like to search for it, especially when most of the people in these videos repulse me.

  • Breaking Out Of The Box IS Hard!

    After over seven years of dealing with blood sucking lawyers, it's over now and I am left with nothing. Who is to pay for what has happened? Getting out of this box is getting harder and harder. I just want to go back.

  • SexIs Subjective: The Separation of Church and State...When it suits us.

    At 14 years old, I thought the government was never going to let me marry another woman...At 21, I'm fighting a battle to allow myself, my friends, and my family to marry who they want--a battle of human rights that shouldn't even be an issue.

  • SexIs Subjective: Marriage Inequality

    Partners cannot be afforded the same rights as married couples in Health Care.

  • Past, Present and Future: The Shifting Legality of Abortion

    What do we learn from our past and how do we implement those lessons in the future? America needs to take a look at statistics from our shared past before voting.

  • SexIs Subjective: Equal Rights For All!

    I believe if one group of people has a certain right, everyone else should too. It’s only fair.

  • SexIs Subjective: On Marriage Equality

    Marriage equality is a sensitive subject. Should marriage stay true to the tradition many are trying to uphold? If you ask me, I think that some traditions should be broken so a new one can take its place.

  • Gays Can Breathe Easy - Porn is the New Threat to Marriage

    Patrick Trueman, President of Morality in Media, claims that watching porn can re-map the brain of young males, causing them to be sexually dysfunctional later in life. And he aims to prevent that. What's worse? He's got the GOP on his side.

  • What's In A Name?

    You are what you eat - reclaiming the word "cocksucker" for the people who really deserve it.

  • No Porn for Minors

    A point of view of one who remembers "breaking the rules" to look up pornography, and the negative side this presents.

  • To See Justice for the Raped, First they Must Be Seen.

    Despite rape's prevalence in society, the unwillingness to even discuss it has prevented major progress and left innocent people feeling helpless. Instead of waiting for the politicians to discover the willingness to address the prevalence of rape, it's time to stand up, be counted and demand change.

  • Sexy dysfunctions that can destroy your life: Part One -- Sexsomnia

    Sexual conditions that sound sexy but could destroy your life.

  • “Nanny Bloomberg”, Mayor of New York City, Launches Controversial Breastfeeding Initiative

    Mayor Bloomberg, who recently earned the nickname “Nanny Bloomberg” after banning large sodas and trans fats from New York City, has now turned his overprotective eye towards the unlikeliest of targets – brand new mothers.

  • Sexual Freedom's Fifty Shades Of Grey

    What defines ethical sex? Consent and age are the usual definitions, but what happens when dangerous sex gets dangerous, but consent seems clear? That's where questions get tough and answers become murky.

  • Presidents’ Day Protest Teaches Lawmakers a Lesson in Fact-Checking

    All eyes are on Virginia as their government decides whether or not to state-sanction rape.

  • Hawaii and Delaware to Ring in the New Year with Same-Sex Unions

    Way to start it off right!

  • Will Work for Love: Lawyer Fights for Right to Date Clients

    Conflict of interest? What conflict of interest?

  • Domestic Violence Law REPEALED in Topeka, Kansas

    Budget cuts, political gamesmanship blamed. Meanwhile, prosecutions stop.

  • Former Brit Lawmaker Advocates Porn Regulation

    She claims requiring viewers to pay would help adult industry.

  • Court Strikes Down New Texas Anti-Abortion Law

    Women's rights groups call ruling a huge victory, and it is.

  • New Jersey Governor Would Veto Same-Sex Marriage Law

    Christie sticks with the one man, one woman thing.

  • New Jersey ‘Sexting’ Law Advances

    Teens caught sending racy photos would no longer be considered child pornographers.

  • “Don’t Say Gay” Law Proposed in Tennessee

    Legislation would ban teaching about any sexuality but heterosexuality, K-8.

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