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In BUST's column, sexologist Dr. Carol Queen takes on getting rough in bed. My boyfriend and I have been dating for five months. We both have healthy libidos, and our sex is pretty steamy, but I’d like to spice it up a bit. I know he likes it rough, and he talks dirty to me when I go down on him. My only trouble is feeling comfortable talking — and acting — rough back. It feels too contrived. I want to turn him on and am open...
ICYMI, last week Vice President-elect (soon to be just Vice-President *gulp*) Mike Pence posted on Facebook encouraging people to register for tickets to the Inauguration. The good people of Facebook has a few better ideas. Like, taking advantage of their slowly diminishing rights to birth control. Or watching a talented, intelligent, Oscar-winning actress. And the classic, sticking pins in their eyes. Looking for something to do right now? Why not try out the following:   Maybe that's what the 66 Democratic members of Congress skipping today's ceremony are up to. Image...
You think being a director in Hollywood is hard? Try making a film in a country which has little interest in women in general, no film industry, or movie theaters. That’s what Haifaa al-Mansour, a Saudi Arabian, faced when she decided to make films. In addition, Saudi Arabia’s sharia law places restrictions on women, but al-Mansour made her first feature film, Wadjda, within the confines of her government’s laws and strict censorship. It was the first Best Foreign Language Film entry to the Academy Awards from...
For many women, the upcoming Women’s March on Washington is an important way for them to let the incoming administration know that they will not have their voices or their rights silenced. But what about those with disabilities? The Trump campaign made odious remarks about women and women’s healthcare, but they also targeted people with disabilities. Many women with disabilities feel they too have the right to voice their opposition to the new administration, but are often excluded from these popular protests. Via Twitter/@DisabilityMarch From this desire...
Image via PerryUndem report   Poor men. It must be so hard being the oppressed sex. The New York Times reported this week on the results of a national report by PerryUndem. The good news is that 93 percent of Americans believe in women deserve to be treated equally (who are you, other 7 percent??). But the report also showed that men underestimate the extent to which women are made to feel unequal in society. But the statistic that will really make you grind your teeth? Republican men think...