Monthly Archives: February 2016

Exploring Why Offenders View Internet Child Pornography – Huffington Post

Exploring Why Offenders View Internet Child Pornography
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Internet sex provides vast amounts of materials which appear to sanction unlimited sexual exploration and gratification. Online, the individual can take on a different "persona" and imagine himself as virile, young and desirable. This may fuel an

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Hollywood’s golden night: ‘Spotlight’ shines at the Oscars – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


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Hollywood's golden night: 'Spotlight' shines at the Oscars
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
“Spotlight,” starring Pittsburgh native Michael Keaton as a Boston newspaper editor who helped expose a cover-up of serial sexual abuse by priests, was named best picture at Sunday night's Oscars. It had been the front-runner until “The Revenant” and
'Spotlight,' 'Mad Max,' DiCaprio win big at OscarsPhilly.com

The Best, The Worst And The "Eh" Of The 2016 Academy AwardsThe Frisky

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What We Get Wrong About Black Women’s Sexuality – Cosmopolitan.com


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What We Get Wrong About Black Women's Sexuality
Cosmopolitan.com
And speaking of Miley, while her nude photo shoots and sexual exploration are seen by some as avant garde examples of feminist boundary pushing, by contrast Beyoncé's "surfbort" wizardry is just eye candy. That assumption of black women's freakiness …

Students navigate relationships, sexual health in hook-up culture – Central Michigan Life


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Students navigate relationships, sexual health in hook-up culture
Central Michigan Life
Lucas said discussing sex early is a way students get to know each other, obtain advice and determine what's considered "normal" sexual behavior. It also might help … “It's the positive exploration of not only their partner's (body), but their own

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Issa Rae’s Fruit: the podcast exploring hypermasculinity and sexuality – The Guardian


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Issa Rae's Fruit: the podcast exploring hypermasculinity and sexuality
The Guardian
“I don't want to tell you my name yet – or maybe ever,” begins Fruit, a brand new podcast from the mind of Issa Rae. It explores questions of race, gender, identity, and sexuality through the story of a black football star who is questioning his