Link Carnival–weird games, evo psych, terrible advice, and cool sex sites

Sexual Health 10 years ago (2011) Barbara
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People send me a lot of links related to sexuality. I thought I would feature some of my favorites for readers to check out.

Rape likely not genetic adaptation–I always hate it when evolutionary psychologists decide they’re going to confirm gender stereotypes by making assumptions that ignore what contradictory data says.  This is an article refuting the claim that rape victims seem to resist extra hard during fertile periods.

Ute: A game for adults–This humorous game is not by any means safe for work.  This is definitely social commentary on how we approach women and sex. . . but it’s more funny and entertaining than anything. The plot is that there are 10 men who are in love with Ute, and her grandmother advises her to have sex with them as many times as she can without being caught before getting married. My favorite part were the different animations for each of the different men.

Jessica O’Reilly, Sexologist–I loved the different posts on fetishes and sex terms–she featured a different letter for every post and found names of sex acts and paraphilia associated with them.

Poolboy Magazine–Poolboy produces the most badass women’s lifestyle magazine I’ve seen. I was a contributor in their first issue–I wrote an article explaining the practicalities and challenges of the different birth control methods.  Poolboy is definitely NSFW, as it features naked men.

Sex Is Not The Enemy–a Tumblr dedicated to happy people having sex.  Charming and inspiring, but NSFW!

Possible sting operation at Planned Parenthood–A man connected with Live Action (a group notorious for infiltrating Planned Parenthood and viciously editing videos to make staff look bad) has visited 12 clinics claiming to be the head of a sex trafficking ring.


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