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The president reportedly reached deep into his strong-arm arsenal in a failed effort to arm-twist the vice president into overturning the election.
If you're like our president, you're going to want to grab it.
Why does everyone care so much about vaginas? I think that this is a great question that was recently posed by my friend and colleague, Lawrence Lanoff.
There is a 'Divine Feminine Goddess' movement afoot. A movement encouraging women to embrace pleasure, erotic energy, sisterhood, and saying the word 'Pussy' to be able to move more deeply into their own power and autonomy.
I share my stories so a reinvigorated rape culture mentality does not befall today's girls and boys like it did me. Perhaps I can prevail upon at least some of their parents not to vote for Trump.
How a word potentially derived from "pocket" became one of the nastiest terms in the dictionary.
Maybe he should have spent less time in the locker room and more time practicing his right hook.
"The cat, like female sexuality, has always occupied a place of unpredictability, uncontrollability."
When a baby arrives, the newborn provides something special to both parents which, if this were a venn diagram, would overlap with different areas of what each gender tends to get from sex: a sense of boundary-less intimacy.
The lack of acceptance that far too many woman have for her own vagina and the lack of knowledge about the incredible potential of embodying the creative life force energy these spaces hold, continues to disturb me as I encounter this all over the world.
You can shake your head or laugh or call it hippy dippy or whatever you like. But a woman's pussy is a wondrous thing with the most amazing parts and abilities, and it is simply not given its due in our culture. We are over-sexualized in theory, and under-experienced in practice.
Making yogurt from your vagina is a party trick, and the pussy is not a toy. The pussy is a wonder. It can produce incredible orgasms with remarkable health benefits. It can bring a baby from the womb to the world. It brings pleasure and life, not breakfast.
The Bay area's oldest and largest gay theatre companies scored strongly last fall with shows that were custom made for gay audiences. One had previously been presented in 2012 at DIVAFest; the other was a raucous world premiere that made the most of a limited budget and the playwright's fertile imagination.