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kateordie:

At least something good happened in this godforsaken episode

Source: cyberqueer

geekyasfuck:

I love how Kaylee is the one they treat like she’s innocent and then she says stuff like this all matter-of-factly. Best ever. <3

I’ll always love how sweetly Kaylee is open about her sexuality.  Makes it seem more like a good future to be heading towards. 

geekyasfuck:

I love how Kaylee is the one they treat like she’s innocent and then she says stuff like this all matter-of-factly. Best ever. <3

I’ll always love how sweetly Kaylee is open about her sexuality.  Makes it seem more like a good future to be heading towards. 

Source: geekyasfuck

How Many Kids Today Are Sexting? ⇢

Solidarity is For Miley Cyrus: The Racial Implications of her VMA Performance ⇢

What Do We Know About Asexuality?  ⇢

The Orgasm Gap: The Real Reason Women Get Off Less Often Than Men and How to Fix It ⇢

Instead of being driven by biology, women’s rate of orgasm relative to men is a function of social forces.

25 Celebrities You Might Not Know Are Bisexual ⇢

When James Becomes Janice: What Not to Ask a Transgender Friend ⇢

I’m afraid “Did you have surgery?” is the wrong question for two reasons. First, it’s too personal (this is true of asking, unprompted, about any surgical procedure) but more important it’s not likely to give you the answer you’re seeking. The better questions are: “What’s your pronoun preference?” or “I see you changed your name; how’s everything going now?” Either should be a soft enough lob to encourage your friend to explain the name change and to get at the heart of the matter.”

Doing it Again – Second Casting Call ⇢

Please help spread the word – we’re doing a second round of casting for the erotic documentary Doing it Again specifically looking to cast scenes of trans women with trans partners.  We’re looking for couples, friends, fuckbuddies, and individuals willing to be paired with someone – yes that includes trans men applying individually! ”

BOOKISH BEASTS: CSC Zine & Comic Fest

With Wondercon not in San Francisco this year there is not great comics events happening in April. Wouldn’t be great to have a local comics event that was a s uniques as San Francisco? The Center for Sex & Culture is a fantastic multi-use space that is perfect for a small gathering of local artists whose works need to be celebrated for their stance outside the mainstream. 

Bookish Beasts is a one day zine fest for the creators of art, books and comics featuring sex, sexuality, gender and erotica. We want to give you the opportunity to exhibit your works, and connect with local readers who love and collect adult material. 

This is a not for profit event that is free to the public, Although as we live to support local artist we will  need some help from you t make this happen. We are asking for $20 to split an 8’ table with chairs. You will be responsible for cashiering your own sales and all profits are your own. The CSC has enough chars but will need to rent tables and promote the event. If this sounds like a great event that you want to get involved with please confirm right away. 

The event is one day. April 14th from noon to 6PM. There will some presentations and workshops following. Please let us know if you are interested in participating or would like to propose a workshop or presentation. 

CSC provides judgement-free educations, cultural events, a library/media archive, and other resources to audiences across the sexual and gender spectra; and to research and disseminate factual information, framing and incoming issues of public policy health. Please consider donating copies of your work to the library and helping spread the word about this great resource. All of the CSC Library books are searchable though Goodreads and CSC’s Zineography, along with their growing zine catalog/database, which is currently being cataloged

If interested in participating or for more information contact us- gallery@sexandculture.org

Sincerely, 

Jon Macy

Dorian Katz, CSC Curator

Anissa Malady, CSC Librarian 

Tess McCarthy, CSC Archivist

How to please a woman in bed

How to please a woman in bed

timelightbox:

Vaginal Photoplethysmograph II: Measures vaginal blood flow indicating the level of sexual arousal in women. Circumference 2.4 in., length 3 in.
Sarah Sudhoff cataloged many of the devices, both contemporary and vintage, that the Kinsey Institute has used in its sex research. See more here.

timelightbox:

Vaginal Photoplethysmograph II: Measures vaginal blood flow indicating the level of sexual arousal in women. Circumference 2.4 in., length 3 in.

Sarah Sudhoff cataloged many of the devices, both contemporary and vintage, that the Kinsey Institute has used in its sex research. See more here.

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