The Sordid Dynamics of Love: Monogamy vs Non-monogamy

Relationships are complicated entities that are well worth the experience. There’s no doubt that interactions between us conjure up chemical impulses that make us feel good, bad and everything in between. And yes it’s true, sometimes people prefer to share those impulses with more than one person. We’ve been taught that monogamy is pretty cut and dry; you fall in love and spend every day … Continue reading The Sordid Dynamics of Love: Monogamy vs Non-monogamy

Porn: America’s Secret Obsession

American’s love porn, that’s just the bottom line. The days of hiding the scantily clad women on glossy pages in bedside tables and under mattresses has now given way to glowing screens of eroticism. The internet aided in the ease of access by making content a click away. In the early 2000s, it was reported that porn was a $10 billion dollar industry. In 2019 the … Continue reading Porn: America’s Secret Obsession

The Argument for Educating Children About Sexuality

Sexuality can be a scary topic for parents and people alike. Even though sex dominates our lives at every turn, many people are still uncomfortable with discussing it and rightfully so. Society has spent centuries ingraining it into people that sex should be as private as possible; this mentality no longer coincides with the times. As with everything—education is power. Giving someone the knowledge ahead … Continue reading The Argument for Educating Children About Sexuality

Daily Inspiration: Protect Our Girls From Sexual Assault

Sexual assault has been flooding the news outlets with murmurs about high profile figures such as Judge Kavanaugh and Bill Cosby. Sexual assault is often hard to prove and difficult to prosecute unless it is reported immediately and evidence is readily available. Often times women opt not to report due to shame, fear or the mounting possible fall out. In this video a teenager girl … Continue reading Daily Inspiration: Protect Our Girls From Sexual Assault

Convenience To Contraceptives On Campus

It is not a secret that young adults attending college are sexually active. Even though the media has evolved to be extremely sex ‘forward’, the topic of sex is still taboo. Women and men may still face scrutiny and some colleges are looking to ease that burden; with contraceptive vending machines. Since 2012, Shippensburg University, University of California, Santa Barbara and University of California, Davis … Continue reading Convenience To Contraceptives On Campus