People these days love organic things, anything environmentally friendly to make them feel a little better about the way they move about the world. Organic and environment friendliness also tend to be seen as more body-friendly. But is Good Clean Love (GCL) body friendly? Well, I have some opinions on that.
Continue reading “Almost Naked vs. Cinnamon Vanilla/Guilty Pleasure by Good Clean Love”
I had heard great things about Sutil. Several bloggers had mentioned the favored company, so I reached out to them to see for myself what everyone was raving about. More expensive than other lubricants, I wanted to see if their quality could stand up to their word of mouth as well as their price tag. Continue reading “Sutil Luxe by Hathor”
This book has been an arduous journey for me. That’s not to say it hasn’t been a rewarding read, but I am still burned out from the heavy academic texts of my college years. Continue reading “Beyond Pro-Life and Pro-Choice: Moral Diversity in the Abortion Debate by Kathy Rudy”
The never-ending battle of sex education shows a history of constant back and forth between comprehensive and abstinence-only educations. Like watching a fierce tennis match, our heads whip back and forth as each side lobs a ball of anger and frustration at the other. In The Purity Myth, the ball is in Jessica Valenti’s court, and she plays the game well. Continue reading “The Purity Myth: How America’s Obsession with Virginity is Hurting Young Women by Jessica Valenti”
There’s always that person. That one with the great hair, the hot body, the deft fingers and excellent bedroom technique. Continue reading “Quaker by VēDO”
Sometimes you just want to go back to basics. You don’t always need stimulating creams to have a good time. So you keep it simple by grabbing a bottle of water-based, no-frills lubricant. Continue reading “Sliquid Organics Natural vs. Sliquid Naturals H2O”
No-shave November is known all over the country as the time when beards begin to grow, and female legs become fuzzy. As for the origins of this tradition, whose to say. Perhaps it comes from culture and society, from class struggles, or from raising cancer awareness. Continue reading “No-Shave November”