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I’ve never before reblogged anything, but for Canary Beck’s survey into Second Life sex versus RL sex I’m going to make an eager exception.
The only published study I was able to find was published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior (Craft, 2012).
When are we going to stop denying our basic human needs and desires, associating sex – virtual or otherwise – with deviance and perversion, or pretending as if sex is something other people do?
“Second Life is great in part because it allows for the opportunity for sexual freedom, expression and enjoyment. As promised, I’ve summarised the responses to my Second Life Sex Survey and the results are surprising in several ways.
Idiosyncratic filmmaker Abel Ferrara ("Bad Lieutenant," "The Funeral") takes on the provocative 2011 case of former International Monetary Fund managing director Dominique Strauss-Kahn in the barely veiled drama "Welcome to New York." This frank, unruly look at sex, privilege and power unfolds so much like real life that it proves an intriguing and strangely immersive experience.
Gérard Depardieu, in one of the most uninhibited recent screen appearances by any notable actor, plays George Devereaux, a super-rich, sex-addicted financier — and prospective president of France — whose appetites are as outsized as his waistline.
Entitledthe author shares results of a web-based survey that received 235 responses (Gilbert, Gonzalez and Murphy, 2011).
The author concluded that the “interest and experience of different sexual practices supported findings by other researchers that online environments facilitated access, but also indicated that interest in certain sexual practices could differ between offline and online environments.” My findings are very similar.
There is no bigger fan of Sex and The City than Jackie P.
I have seen every episode at least five times, I organized girl’s nights when both movies premiered, my comforter is still Calvin Klein Bamboo Shoots (same one as Carrie in her old apartment,) and at one point, the show’s opening song was my ring tone.
Testing can bring justice to rape victims, said Hargitay, founder of the Joyful Heart Foundation, which works with victims of sexual abuse, child abuse and domestic violence.
The organization has taken on the rape kit backlog issue because the lack of prompt testing "is the clearest and most shocking demonstration of how we regard these crimes in our country," she said."Every day in the United States women and men take the courageous step of reporting their rape to the police," Hargitay said.
When are we going to stop judging where and how we have sex, and start trying to understand why so many people enjoy it?