Walking around campus it’s hard to miss the bright, blaring posters advertising “Sexual Responsibility Week” here at Wash. U. On one appears the silhouette of a woman wearing nothing but heels, her clearly visible nipples up at attention and her back arched to accentuate her rounded buttocks. Another poster shows the outline of a naked woman kneeling on the ground, her legs splayed wide. Each poster features a naked (or near-naked) woman in a provocative, sexual pose accompanied by a one-word headline: “Sex.” The suggestions are clear: a woman’s body (and maybe even a woman herself, since there are no male images or couples anywhere to be found on these distasteful posters) is nothing more than a sex symbol.
Student outrage over Student Union Treasury’s decision to fund a panel featuring Bristol Palin for $20,000 was not assuaged by Wednesday’s SU Senate meeting.
While the weather is still snowy and cold, there may not be much of an opportunity for outdoor sex just yet, but spring break and warm weather are upon us—and this guide to discreet public indecency is sure to get you in the mood. To pull off these risky moves, you’ll need a fundamental lack of decency and shame, bail money and an adventurous short or average-height partner.
The recent Duke controversy concerning 2010 graduate Karen Owen has drawn the attention of national media outlets and sparked a debate about the implications of her actions. Owen composed a 42-slide PowerPoint presentation in which she ranked 13 men with whom she had been sexually involved.
You’re going to receive a lesson in “daggering” this weekend at W.I.L.D. “Daggering” is a dance form created and popularized in Jamaica that has since been adopted by Major Lazer as the style of choice for his sets. It is dry, aggressive, raunchy sex that leaves nothing to the imagination.
Many girls have never achieved an orgasm. There are also girls that don’t particularly care whether or not they orgasm, girls that lie about having orgasms and girls that lie about enjoying sex at all.
The multitude of responses that I have received (both positive and negative) concerning last Monday’s “The not-so-hidden expectations behind fraternity formals” demonstrates that the pressure associated with fraternity formals is an important issue that many are interested and invested in. Of course there is controversy around the article.
As I’m riding in a bus filled with rowdy college kids en route to a fraternity formal, more than excitement and even anticipation, I’m feeling relief that my date isn’t some stranger who was desperate for a last-minute setup.
If you believe Bowie’s ex-wife, she caught The Thin White Duke in bed with dozens of men, most notably the rooster-strutting Rolling Stone. This would be higher ranked if it weren’t so eerily believable. The bisexual, androgynous Bowie and Mick; the excessive rock star who could just as easily impregnate a woman as look at her? Both men deny the claim, but we’ll reserve judgment.
With the recent publicity surrounding Tiger Woods’ alleged sex addiction and the impending release of the 5th Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-V) and its major reorganization of the sexual dysfunctions category, the debate about the existence of sexual addiction as a diagnosable mental disorder rages on.