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  1. Pride Vermont Attracts More Groups Than EverRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WVNY

    Pride Vermont continues to grow. More floats than ever took part in Vermont's annual celebration of the LGBT community on Sunday.


  2. Samira Wiley & 'OITNB' Writer Dating After Divorce From HusbandRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | HollywoodLife

    'Orange Is The New Black' writer Lauren Morelli has just filed for divorce from husband Steve Balisone after she realizing while writing the diverse show that she's a lesbian. Also - surprise! She's dating Samira Wiley, who plays Poussey on Netflix's award-winning series.


  3. Taking a pill to prevent HIVRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday |

    Jason Roush, an EmersonCollege instructor who is gay, is among those who have decided against taking the drug, despite the recommendations. "I worry about potential toxicity.


  4. Sex On Wheels: My Disability Didn't Ruin My Sex LifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 13 | Refinery 29

    I probably would've slept around a lot more in high school if I could've taken my pants off without help. But, sex was the last thing on my mind after I broke my neck at the age of fourteen.


  5. 10 Blowjob Mistakes You DON'T Want To MakeRead the original story

    Friday Sep 12 | Ask Dan and Jennifer

    A blowjob can be incredible pleasure for a man - sometimes, it can be even better than traditional intercourse. But you don't want it to turn into an epic fail and even if you think you know it all when it comes to oral sex, you could still probably use to learn a few things.


  6. Busting 12 Common Birth Control MythsRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 11 |

    In the past year, legislatures across the U.S. have been making access to birth control more difficult and passing bills that compromise women's reproductive freedom. Scare tactics and horror stories abound, and whether it's on the news or on your Facebook feed, it can be hard to separate fact from fiction.


  7. How To Make Sex Over 40 GREATRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 11 | Ask Dan and Jennifer

    Sex tips specifically for women over forty can help older women have a super hot, satisfying orgasmic sex life! Sex tips for these women differ slightly than sex tips for younger women, because as the body ages, it is important to realize that sex can be different too. But that doesn't mean you can't have AWESOME sex! It could be better sex than you ever had! A lot of couples assume that if they're turned on, they don't need additional lubrication during intercourse .


  8. The Incredible, Brand-New Sex Move You Have To Try - TonightRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 10 | Ask Dan and Jennifer

    Sex tips can help improve your bedroom routine, but many of them are still "run of the mill" stuff that gets boring after awhile. Even new things can seem old after some time, if you've been doing them regularly during sex.


  9. Thanks! For my book (comingRead the original story

    Monday Sep 8 | BlogHer

    In cultures where female virginity is critical prior to marriage, a great deal of pressure is placed on the couple's wedding night, including the need to show 'first night' blood on the sheets as evidence of the bride's purity. Lest you think this custom has died out, in a recent survey of couples in their 20s presenting for sexual counseling in Turkey, 65% were required to show the blood stained sheet as proof of the woman's virginity their first night of marriage.


  10. Examining the understudied pull of personality on adolescent sexual development and experienceRead the original story

    Friday Sep 5 | Science Daily

    Can aspects of personality help explain a predilection towards risky sexual behaviors in developing adolescents? Researchers approached this question by surveying middle adolescents of various personality types. The three most common personality types found across cultures and age groups are undercontrollers , overcontrollers , and resilients .


  11. Why does my nose block when it is cold?Read the original story

    Sunday | Daily Monitor

    Most people with allergic rhinitis have mild symptoms that can be easily treated. However, for some, symptoms can be severe and persistent, causing sleep problems and interfering with everyday life.


  12. Analysis: Synod on the Family - a defining moment for Francis' PapacyRead the original story

    Sunday | In-depth Africa

    Last year, on his way back from Brazil, journalists asked Pope Francis questions inflight about divorced and remarried Catholics. He replied, "I believe this is a time for mercy" He then alluded to the Orthodox practice of permitting a second marriage.


  13. Rowan Pelling's sex column: Why is our sex life out of sync?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Daily Mail

    American who tore up tourist visa so he could be imprisoned 'to experience human rights abuses in North Korean prison' is sentenced to six-years hard labor Former U.S. air stewardess flying from New York to London for her honeymoon kicked cabin crew and shouted: 'F*** off.


  14. Clear Communications about Sex for Effective ParentingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Psychology Today

    You probably communicate telegraphically when you're unexpectedly placed in an awkward situation with your young child. For instance, there you are at a baseball game with your seven-year old daughter or son, and staring you in the face from behind left field is a huge billboard with the letters V-I-A-G-R-A next to a picture of a man smiling.


  15. .com | The not so famous HIV prevention methodRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | News24

    It not a secret that South Africa has the highest number of HIV/Aids infection in the world with 5.6 million people living with HIV, and 270 000 HIV related deaths recorded in 2011 in a study provided by Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/Aids. Though the treatment for HIV is working wonders, it is no cure and people are still dying and it a big concern to our health system.


  16. Teens and the Sex-Care GapRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Wall Street Journal

    Talking to teenagers about sex is tough-so tough that many pediatricians appear to be avoiding the topic all together. Health experts recommend that teens receive regular care relating to their sexual health, including screening and vaccination for sexually transmitted infections, but studies show that few pediatricians offer these services regularly.


  17. How peers influence young adults' sexual habitsRead the original story

    Sunday |

    According to significant research, awareness about how peers can affect young adults' sexual behaviours is important for parents, teachers and healthcare professionals who want to stimulate adolescents' responsible and healthy sexual decision making. "Adolescents who think that their peers engage in sex are more likely to engage in sex themselves.


  18. Sa Kaew hospital campaign steeply reduces teen pregnanciesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Nation

    SA KAEW'S Wang Nam Yen Hospital has successfully reduced the number of teenage pregnancies from 200 cases a year to only 75 through a project that uses a multi-disciplinary approach to the problem. The project emphasises life skills and sex education and successfully campaigned for condom machines to be installed at schools, hospitals and other places.


  19. An Inside Look Into the Secret Life of SwingersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday |

    People have a lot of misconception about the life of swingers . A lot of them think that couples who are not able to satisfy each other sexually, often get into this kind of lifestyle.


  20. Former Cambridge University fellow Joao Maguejio releases book on a filthya EnglishRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Cambridge Evening News

    Written by Joao Maguejio, a physics professor at Imperial College London, the book has become a best seller in his native Portugal. The author, who came to England in 1989 to do a masters cites some of his experiences during his seven year stay in Cambridge.