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Thursday, 17 March 2011 03:45

Exploring Gender: Stress

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I have been working lately on so many things from homework to work to job applications. Needless to say, it’s stressful. There’s just so much, and it is hard to keep believing everything is going to be alright if I just keep going, if I just keep trying. I have to believe it will be. I have to think things are going to work out.

When I get overwhelmed, I tend to implode. I stop everything and bury myself in books or television shows to ensure for a little while my sanity. This approach, I know, is not the best. I wish I didn’t worry. I wish I had more faith all would be fine, but sometimes it gets really hard. And this stress spills over into my search for self.


Tuesday, 01 March 2011 01:44

Deep Tissue

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massage cream

Going for a massage is the same as having sex with your partner.

It's important to have a good line of communication going throughout the entire experience where you talk to each other about what feels good and what's too much.

In either case there's a possibility that you could wind up with a hand up your ass going for a deep tissue massage if you just lay there quietly like a dead fish not saying anything.

Friday, 04 February 2011 16:46

Homophobia Can Be The Cause Of Diseases

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A study shows that homophobia involves hormonal changes which can develop a disease.

Wednesday, 01 December 2010 15:52

Exploring Gender: The Art of Binding

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So binding. It’s one of those things, a necessity for some of us. For me, unfortunately. It gets physically uncomfortable, but I feel so much better about myself when I do it. There are many different ways, some more comfortable than others. I’ll relate them all, ones I have tried and haven’t. So here we go.


Thursday, 11 November 2010 00:51

0% Of Lesbian Mothers Abusing Their Children

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One study indicates that lesbian mothers do not physically or sexually abuse their children unlike heterosexual mothers.

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