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I love sex. Like most human beings, I enjoy sex and often think about sex and look forward to having sex with a consenting partner. I’m a sexual being and expressing my sexuality is fun and enjoyable. I feel safe professing my admiration for all things sex, because I live in Seattle, and we’re pretty liberal around here and honestly, people in Seattle just like to have a lot of good sex.It would be different, though, if I lived in Washington, D.C.It turns out that,...
Texting may be the most common form of communication, but handwritten cards have not lost their place. In fact, stationery is becoming increasingly modern and very chic. Who doesn’t love hand drawn illustration of crowns, cities and mermaids? Ditch the mainstream cards at the drug store and pick up a whimsical, and perhaps custom card for your besties from these vendors at the BUST Craftacular Spring! April 23rd in Brooklyn! Woven Ink Image via woveninkstationery.com “Stationery for the modern girl”Stephanie and Kyera met in their Drawing...
Stand-up comedy is often viewed as a genre dominated by men, and it shouldn’t be. While many think of stand-up, specifically as a boys club, these talented, hilarious women are carving out a space for the rest of us. Get ready to laugh your tampons out.    1.         Marina Franklin Image via twitter.com/marinafranklin I’m amazed that many people still have not heard of Marina Franklin. How is this possible? Marina Franklin is one of the most popular comedians in the comedy scene. She often makes fun of the...
“Looking into the origins of western feminism, in every case the women who were ‘stirring up the hornets’ nest’ were considered a bit odd. In a short amount of time, a very small group of ‘men hating’ women skewed the minds of content and happy women everywhere and made them think that they were being treated ‘unfairly.’” This is a real sentence written by a real student at a New England university. I was this student’s freshmen composition teacher. The student who wrote this sentence is...
Say "she sells seashells by the seashore" quickly, three times in a row.Now, try the more historically accurate version: Mary Anning peddles dinosaur parts on the Jurassic Coast as one of the world's first, unheralded fossil hunters.Born in 1799, Anning ran a fossil stand on England’s Dorset Beach, also known as Jurassic Coast, and it's often said that she was the real-life inspiration behind the famous tongue twister. At age 12, she dug up a 200 million year-old marine reptile—the first complete ichthyosaurus skeleton to...