le-smut

le-smut:

lacigreen:

lalatinafeminista:

toomanyfuckscrusader:

hiddlefun:

cloudcuckoolander527:

talisguy:

Signal boosting in case anyone needed to know this. 

This is informative as heck. Show this to everyone!

This is actually some great info! Why can’t they teach this kind of thing in school??

Wow, I’ve taken health and sex ed three times during my educational process and never learned any of this. Thanks.

Definitely some important information here!

this is supa awesome.  i do think it should be noted that side effects of EC *really* vary.  when I took EC I didn’t have any symptoms whatsoever.  

I’ve done it once after a condom mishap. I experienced no issues and my period followed as schedule.

I read somewhere afterwards, that if you’re overweight (as I am), the EC may not work. So maybe it worked. Maybe it didn’t and I just got lucky.

diaphanously-perverse

queeraschinocherry:

southcarolinaboy:

boku-no-poltergeist:

can we stop referring to all sex that could possibly result in pregnancy as “heterosexual reproduction” now

Is this real

Is this really appearing before my eyes

can it be true

a cutesy cartoon about gender and sexuality that is not cissexist and degendering toward trans people (who get to wear clothes just like cis people)??????????

mind is blown.

!!!

textmesomethingdirty

textmesomethingdirty:

heyepiphora:

Smitten Kitten has a new jar of toxic sex toy horrors! It’s only four days old and the toys are already oozing an oily film onto each other. (P.S. I love the subtle “Doc J" in the corner of that photo, guys.) I’ll be watching the badvibes tag on Tumblr with a morbid fascination…

Edit for all y’all reblogging this and crying “of course they’re melting! They aren’t supposed to touch!”: One, they aren’t melting in this photo. They are developing a layer of oily film (which, if you watch the video, you’ll see that one already had it straight out of the package). Is that not repulsive? Does it not disgust you that the toys all smelled horrible and gave these two people headaches? IT SHOULD. THESE ARE THINGS THAT ARE MADE TO TOUCH MUCOUS MEMBRANES.

Two, while they will eventually melt together, true 100% silicone dildos WILL NOT. That is a myth. Body-safe sex toys do not contain active molecules that off-gas, degrade, and melt. Because they are body-safe. Stop making excuses for toxic, shitty sex toys.

PLEASE, READ THIS.

Important information kids.

~AE

baronmagdalene
lunulata:

whowasntthere:

funnypageszine:

This comic was made for Cards Against Humanity's 12 Days of Holiday Bullshit by Erika Moen. 

I’m just going to address this quickly because I still get funny looks/questions/laughed at when I talk about wearing condoms, using condoms or buying condoms. Indeed, my spouse and I both have vaginas, but we use condoms regularly. The problem (and my frustration) is:
A. Not everyone uses condoms right now, especially people who don’t have penises
B. Some people without penises really need to use condoms 
For some education on why you should use condoms, even if you don’t have a penis or don’t use a penis in sex:
The rate of HPV that’s spreading and how easily it’s spread is scary, and can lead to full-blown cancer. Someone in my family had pre-cancerous cells found in them and they still have to get regular check-ups to be screened for cancer in their cervix. There are also a ton of other STI’s that can be had from fluid contact (vagina to vagina included, or even from fingers, tongues, etc.) and shared toy use.
Also, a lot of common toys, especially dildos, are made from materials that can’t be sanitized effectively, so not only does that increase a risk of passing along STIs, but it also can lead to bacterial infections from the toys never being able to be truly cleaned, or other nasty reactions from non-medical-grade PVC or other materials that your body doesn’t like.
So, people who have vaginas or use toys: USE CONDOMS AND USE THEM EFFECTIVELY, as this comic demonstrates. Use them as dental dams, use them on your fingers, use them on your toys, use them for switching between vaginal and anal play, etc. etc. You can very literally save your, or someone else’s life, and I feel like the only time condoms are brought up is when there’s a penis involved. There’s no excuse not to be safe, and that includes not having a penis.

Reblogging again for the FANTASTIC information above. Condoms don’t just protect hetero couples from babies, they protect EVERYONE from STIs, bacteria, and infection no matter what you’re putting where!

lunulata:

whowasntthere:

funnypageszine:

This comic was made for Cards Against Humanity's 12 Days of Holiday Bullshit by Erika Moen

I’m just going to address this quickly because I still get funny looks/questions/laughed at when I talk about wearing condoms, using condoms or buying condoms. Indeed, my spouse and I both have vaginas, but we use condoms regularly. The problem (and my frustration) is:

A. Not everyone uses condoms right now, especially people who don’t have penises

B. Some people without penises really need to use condoms 

For some education on why you should use condoms, even if you don’t have a penis or don’t use a penis in sex:

The rate of HPV that’s spreading and how easily it’s spread is scary, and can lead to full-blown cancer. Someone in my family had pre-cancerous cells found in them and they still have to get regular check-ups to be screened for cancer in their cervix. There are also a ton of other STI’s that can be had from fluid contact (vagina to vagina included, or even from fingers, tongues, etc.) and shared toy use.

Also, a lot of common toys, especially dildos, are made from materials that can’t be sanitized effectively, so not only does that increase a risk of passing along STIs, but it also can lead to bacterial infections from the toys never being able to be truly cleaned, or other nasty reactions from non-medical-grade PVC or other materials that your body doesn’t like.

So, people who have vaginas or use toys: USE CONDOMS AND USE THEM EFFECTIVELY, as this comic demonstrates. Use them as dental dams, use them on your fingers, use them on your toys, use them for switching between vaginal and anal play, etc. etc. You can very literally save your, or someone else’s life, and I feel like the only time condoms are brought up is when there’s a penis involved. There’s no excuse not to be safe, and that includes not having a penis.

Reblogging again for the FANTASTIC information above. Condoms don’t just protect hetero couples from babies, they protect EVERYONE from STIs, bacteria, and infection no matter what you’re putting where!

girlonaleash

cutevictim:

hazelgracelancaster:

Chris Hardwick talks about censorship of women’s bodies and absolutely nails it.

HARDWICK IS RALLY STARTING TO GROW ON ME