Ever wonder what happens to a woman’s brain as she climaxes? Well, let’s start out with a little visual that you won’t be able to easily forget:
Women who masturbated in an MRI machine helped scientists show that, from buildup to peak, an orgasm lights up your brain like the night sky on the Fourth of July. Here’s what’s going on in your mind while you’re getting it on.
Because there’s nothing too kinky or perverted about a bunch of technicians hanging out monitoring this, right? Oh the things we do in the name of science.
William McGuinness, for Huffington Post Politics writes: Tim McDaniel, Idaho Teacher, Explained ‘Vagina’ In Sex Ed Class, So He’s Being Investigated
Parents in Dietrich, Idaho, say the word “vagina” has no place in a 10th grade science class, according to news website MagicValley.com.
A small group from Dietrich, population 332, complained to the Idaho State Department of Education, which launched an official investigation of science teacher Tim McDaniel. He is accused of teaching “sex education material” in a science class, describing “inappropriate” forms of birth control, telling “inappropriate” jokes in class and showing a video clip that depicted a genital herpes infection.
I can just hear those “inappropriate jokes” in my head right now. “So, you know kids, unprotected sex can lead to some very nasty consequences, nyuk nyuk nyuk…” Definitely enough of a reason to burn this guy at the stake, wouldn’t you say?
Found at The Stir by CafeMom:
Jennifer McKenna Morbelli was a 29-year-old, married, expecting mom. She and her husband were excited about their baby girl, who they were going to name Madison Leigh. They’d set up a gift registry. And then, Jennifer got some disappointing news: It appears Madison had some abnormalities. Jennifer and her husband, TJ, made the difficult decision to abort at 33 weeks.
What happened next has ignited the fury of anti-abortion activists: Jennifer died following her abortion. A young mother and her baby are gone. But only a heartless ideologue could get up the next day and protest an abortion clinic after her death. Jennifer’s decision to abort was an act of compassion. Even if you don’t understand it, you need to respect it. And her death doesn’t mean we should ban late-term abortions. It means we need to make them safer and more accessible.
From XX Factor – What Women Really Think
Ladyblogs have been understandably hostile to the ePad Femme, a touch-screen tablet created “exclusively for women” by the Middle East-based Eurostar Group. The tablet, which sells for $190 and runs the Android OS, comes preloaded with a (surprise!) pink background and apps such as a clothing-size converter, a weight-loss tracker, a shopping-list creator, something about perfumes, and two yoga apps. (Notably absent: a shoe app. How ever will I survive?!) Read more
This, from Shelley Nicole blaKbushe:
Interesting, don’t you think?