Cosmo's 44 most ridiculous sex tips
: Ben Reininga, who writes "Ridiculous Tips for a Miserable Sex Life
" (a monthly round-up of bad advice from Men's Health, Maxim, etc. - previously
) focuses this month on Cosmopolitan
magazine. Can you tell real Cosmo sex advice from fake?
More from The Frisky (here
); Cracked (here
); Persephone (here
); the Pervocracy's Cosmocking
; and Glossed Over's posts tagged "Cosmopolitan"
. All links probably NSFWish. (previously: working as a fact checker for Cosmopolitan - link here)
Sexual abuse amongst the Amish
has traditionally been handled by the Amish. However, some victims are breaking with their communities and exposing their cloistered world to legal authorities and losing their entire family in the process. (Nerve.com link, relatively SFW)
Nerve crosses blogging/personals with Survivor.
Go screw yourself!
One man takes up the challenge. For...um...science and the betterment of something or other.
The English have landed!
In the spirit of international confederation, Nerve.com offers this all too brief list of common curses, epithets, and scandalous phrases, along with their French counterpart, and more interestingly, a transliteration of the French so one can better understand the Idiom.
~Did I ever tell you I'm your hero? I am the subtext beneath your sling
[Not work-safe. Don't read it out loud, anyway.]
strives for intelligent, what about full-on intellectual erotica? I submit Foucault's Pendulous...
at Suspect Thoughts
. Not – at all – to be confused with Foucault's Pendulum
, which oddly enough has its own bit of intellectual erotica in it that ties together the Khaballah, new pregnancy, and a woman telling her husband he's being an idiot, all at the same time.
Is this really a problem? Nerve.com
offers informative info for those seeking internet love.
OK, so we all know the cliche about men being visual, and woman
being narrative as it applies to the appreciation of web erotica. Is
that true? As a male, I know what turns my crank, (I don't think my
sharing that is important considering it's banality) but have no idea
if the internet has grown as a sensual media by women for women.
seems to have a balanced
approach, but that's all I know. So I ask all the ladies in the MeFi
house what intelligent stuff do you click to scratch that itch, if at