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Withholding sex as a form of protest has a long history - but are sex strikes effective? Sex strikes - a form of protest where a group of people, usually women, withhold sex to achieve a particular goal - have been a fixture in the public imagination ever since the time of the ancient Greeks. It's a way to ignite conversation and help everyone understand the gravity of the situation and the immediate need for swift action.
There are a ton of options available today that tick All The Boxes—they provide long-lasting lubrication, contain lab-tested ingredients, and are friendly to both vaginas and penises. Back in the day? Not so much.
JHS spans geographic and temporal boundaries, providing a much-needed forum for historical, critical, and theoretical research in its field. Its cross-cultural and cross-disciplinary character brings together original articles and critical reviews from historians, social scientists, and humanities scholars worldwide. Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide.
For most young people today, navigating what healthy, fulfilling, human sexuality really means is highly problematic and highly dangerous. The agents of a revived paganism have their incendiary devices laid within the public school curriculum, the media, in the entertainment industry and throughout the corridors of political power and all cultural life. This open conspiracy is making for social chaos, confusion and, in many cases, total ruin, as biblically illiterate generations discover the consequences of the pagan worldview and its implications for sexuality.
Flicking through anthropological texts yields a pathetic number of references to heterosexual anal sex. Is this because researchers assume that it's only for homosexual guys? Those researchers are missing a trick.
The remaining women served as a comparison group. In structured interviews, questions were asked about educational level, partnerships, reproductive history, contraceptive and drug use, smoking, and psychosocial factors such as wariness, success, and attractiveness. RESULTS: The women with experience of casual travel sex were more often single, had more often experienced broken relationships, were more often smokers, and used alcohol or cannabis at a higher-frequency.
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I previously did a timeline post about the Salem Witch Trials. It was a fascinating way of seeing the build up to the event, the climax and then the descent back to normality, which reminded me of doing this type of post. Condom technology is hella old, you guys. Some of the earliest references to same-sex relationships appear in Chinese documents.