All in Sexuality + Relationships
Next I tried sitting in one of the chairs but quickly realized that I would have to essentially hold the cup upside down in that position, which would have made the semen dribble all over myself and none in the cup. Again, it's nothing like peeing.
Going into my vasectomy, I was much more concerned with the pain afterwards, and the length of the recovery. But the worst part about the whole experience ended up being the vasectomy procedure itself.
It’s an extremely personal question and at the same time - one we all need to be openly discussing way more than we are now…..that stupid dilemma about pregnancy and fertility that most sexually active adults face.
When two people come together in a relationship, be it a parent and child, lovers, friends, etc. - that relationship has an energetic body. And that body also has chakras. If the chakras are stunted, so is the relationship.
I wrote my own motherfucking ideas about what love is because this is what I know to be true. That is what I want other's to know is possible for them. That love is cuddles and rainbows and that if you're regularly giving each other the silent treatment and hurting each other's feelings and accepting this as the norm simply because you're in a long term relationship....it doesn't have to be like that.
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It always comes up when we talk about "being polyamorous" which I actually really am starting to loathe the term. Why do we have to put a label on it? Because we all like labels. They make us feel comfortable.
Hey! Is your life sucking right now? Do you go to bed every night thinking "shit, I have to drag my ass out of bed in just 6 hours and go to a job that I hate all day tomorrow?" Lemme guess, you're probably also overweight, out of shape, and don't have near as much money as you wish you did. I'll bet your relationship sucks too, if you're even still in one. It's probably also a safe guess that your doctor has you on all kinds of bullshit pills to help combat your self-induced misery.
I still can’t believe it’s 2016 and we don’t have better birth control options. It’s either take some crazy fake hormones, or have some foreign body inserted in your uterus, or chart your cycles and risk having an abortion. Ultimately I ended up getting an IUD because it wasn’t fake hormones (I got the copper one) and it didn’t mess with your cycle - you still bled and ovulated and all that as per usual.
I had a revelation when I applied the basic principles of attachment parenting to adult intimate relationships. MIND BLOWN. And now, I'll share it with you.
Hey men, you wanna see some pathetic shit? Go and set up a fake OkCupid profile as a female, and watch your inbox rapidly fill with the most awful garbage you have ever read. Actually, don’t do that because that’s a little weird, just read this article instead. You'll learn how not to be a douche bag on Tinder and other online dating sites.
Over the past couple of months I have encountered multiple situations that have caused me to stop and think about my sexuality and what it means to me. And by sexuality, I don’t mean sexual orientation, but rather who I am sexually attracted to and why. I have noticed that the types of people that I identify on paper as an ideal sexual partner are different than the types of people that I have recently found myself sexually attracted to in real life.
Over the past few years I have encountered lots of people who claim to be polyamorous only to hear them explain a few minutes later that their definition of poly means they live at home with a spouse and children, and occasionally they go on dates and/or have sex with another person on the side who never meets the spouse and never knows the family. This is not the same thing as polyamory, this is simply an open relationship, and I feel like the two often get lumped together in a very confusing and frustrating way.
Last summer, my girlfriend Katie and I stayed in Budapest, Hungary. While we were researching Hungarian society, we learned that sex work is legal and all sex workers are part of a union, are covered by state funded healthcare, receive regular checkups, testing, and other support from the government. Brothels or pimping is illegal, which allows all sex workers to remain in complete control of their situations and their money.
Here is a quick list of things you can do as a man to be a good relationship partner. From polarity to affection to basic respect - these are all things I wish someone would have hammered into my thick skull when I was 23 but instead it took me until I was about 35 to figure it out on my own. So here's an opportunity to learn from someone else's mistakes!
I'm sure you 98% of you will read this title and think to yourself "...Um...What?!" Especially if you're a red-blooded American male. I personally fall right into this category myself. I'm an American male, I was circumcised at birth, and the first time I heard the notion of foreskin restoration I thought it was some kind of joke. Like, why would anyone want their damn foreskin restored, aren't they removed for a reason? And also, what the fuck even is a foreskin really? I mean, I've gone through my whole life with my circumcised penis and it works just fine.
A more “mainstream” title for my partner and I could be “polyamorous” or “in an open relationship”, in all honesty -- we don't resonate with any of those titles anymore. We've started saying "relationship anarchists" or simply just "none of your business". It seems putting a label on something only serves to encourage other people to pre-judge and decide they already know who you are without actually getting to know you.