Fangirls, I’m at the first of 2 conventions I’m going to this month, and I know New York Comic Con is coming up next month, so it’s time for a refresher on the importance of safety at conventions. It’s really important to be aware of your surroundings, along with being aware of yourself.
On our journey through commonly sexually transmitted diseases, what they mean, what to do about them, and how to prevent them, we land at Hepatitis B. Hep B is a typically overlooked STD, most likely because it’s placed in a whole separate category with it’s counterparts A & C, and because it’s symptoms are quite different from the more “typical” seeming infections. However, Hepatitis, especially strain B, is a very common infection spread through unprotected sex play. Luckily, it’s also very avoidable. Read More »
It’s that time, Fangirls! Time to enlighten ourselves about STDs and how they seem so big, bad, and ugly but that we can fight them with the power of awareness. And how we try to make talking about them not so lame or scary or like we’re sitting in a high school health class. Huzzah! Have no fear of the Clap!Read More »
Oh boy, Fangirls, the day has come. I’ve wanted to talk about porn for a long time but have never worked up the nerve. It’s a hot button topic in the world of sex, and everywhere else. I didn’t know which angle to approach it from, exactly what to say, or how to represent all the different perspectives out there. But I decided to face all the uncertainty and write the article anyway. Read More »
Fangirls, there has been this stigma in my household since I was younger, that the internet is no place to make friends. In the age of AIM and Myspace, I now see that there were some incredible dangers that I narrowly avoided, and I’m glad that I did. There are some I didn’t, and I do wish that I had listened to my parents about that. But now, I feel like I’ve found a rather safe niche of the internet, and am incredibly grateful to the people who have been so supportive of and friendly to me.
I have noticed that recently, pop culture has really taken notice of the butt hole, Fangirls. Anilingus, also known as rimming, anal oral, eating ass, or tossing salad, has recently been mentioned in countless songs, viral videos, and common slang. With the topic’s rise in popularity, I figured that people must also be curious about it sexually. Fear not, I am here to inform those interested about all the rimming know-how your heart desires.Read More »
Fangirls, I know we talk about gender inequality all of the time here, but one of the things that we haven’t really touched on with it is how sex is treated in relation to gender inequality. That’s still pretty broad to think about, so let me narrow it down; Ashley and I were discussing the differences in ideals with older women dating younger men versus older men dating younger women the other day.