#SFS17: Thursday

For day one of Woodhull, there was a single conference called The Color of Choice (on racial and reproductive justice) that was taking place all day. Wanting to start my day with some learning, I dressed and went downstairs, quickly finding a friend and entering the conference room. We got to take part in a song and discuss principles of reproductive justice. I learned the excellent point that you can’t have health care without reproductive
health care.
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#SFS17: Wednesday

When I was interning last summer at the Center for Sexual Pleasure and Health, I had a financial choice to make: I could go camping with the Center crew, or I could go to Woodhull. Not knowing much about the conference, I chose to spend a weekend in
Maine, where I watched people go down a lube slip and slide, and we had sex trivia by the bonfire.
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Crescendo by Mysteryvibe

Some people say that size matters, while others say it’s all about how you use it. Personally, I’ve always been in the “how you use it” camp. It’s more body inclusive, and it doesn’t make anyone feel ashamed of themselves. This is why I can enjoy using both the Godemiche Ambit with it’s bulky head, as well as the Mysteryvibe Crescendo, which is about as big around as two fingers (I have large hands with long, skinny fingers, so about two Ticonderoga No. 2 pencils thick, and about four wide). Continue reading “Crescendo by Mysteryvibe”

Semolino by Fun Factory

I bought this vibrator when searching for a toy to help my fiancé (then boyfriend) practice penetrating me with a toy, without a chance of hitting my cervix. It worked like a charm, and has become one of my favorite insertables. Continue reading “Semolino by Fun Factory”

Bonk: The Curious Coupling of Science and Sex by Mary Roach

Content Warning: graphic description of surgical operation on the penis (Chapter 8) and penile urethral manipulation. Continue reading “Bonk: The Curious Coupling of Science and Sex by Mary Roach”