Archive for November 7th, 2015

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Saturday, November 7th, 2015


Protests Against Trump On Saturday Night Live

Saturday, November 7th, 2015


Did dead Libyans and Iraqis protest when Hilly Clinton appeared?

Hilly’s reaction to Gaddafi’s death:

Cobb: The Greatest Baseball Player Of All Time

Saturday, November 7th, 2015

I don’t like baseball but I love this movie.

Forbes Future Skyscrapers

Saturday, November 7th, 2015


Future skyscrapers:

Those Earrings Are Tragic

Saturday, November 7th, 2015

Good Taste Quotes here.


You Don’t Have To Take Your Clothes Off

Saturday, November 7th, 2015


WARNING: This post contains graphic descriptions of human sexuality.  Teenage discretion is advised for parents.

Condoms are distributed on request in my city’s high schools.  They seem to be bringing down the rate of unwanted pregnancies and venereal diseases no matter how loudly the parents are screaming.

“My little Susie doesn’t do THAT!” Right.  I used to know little Susie and she did do that – plus a lot of other stuff.  These kids aren’t getting pregnant and STD’s from the Tooth Fairy.  It’s time we accepted reality and help them make better choices.

People believe we have sex education in schools but what we really have are organ recitals.  A clear list of choices (including abstinence and “How to Tell Your Boyfriend “No”) should be taught early. One of those choices should be outercourse.

Although definitions vary, outercourse is sex play without vaginal, anal, or oral penetration.  Outercourse can include hot talk, erotic fantasy, spicy role-plays, sensual massage, bathing together, mutual masturbation, and dry sex (aka: dry humping or frottage).

Outercourse is simple, convenient, and free and can satisfy both partners.  But the main advantages are there’s virtually no chance for unwanted pregnancies or diseases.  Skeptical?  Think kids will just slide into “home” without rounding first, second, and third “base”?  Maybe.  But until they learn there are many other exciting options, we’re going to continue to get what we’ve got which is tragic.