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Having Sex: Mythbusting

April 22, 2012


Reblogged from kracktivist Mythbusting ‘To be human is to be sexual’ Winder, 1983 Sexuality is often equated with just sex. Actually, it’s much broader and also encompasses gender identities and roles sexual orientation, eroticism, pleasure, intimacy and reproduction. Sexuality is experienced and expressed in thoughts, fantasies, desires, beliefs, attitudes, values, behaviours, practices, roles and relationships. […]

We Believe You – rape myths we’re challenging

March 13, 2012


There are so many myths about rape – about what it is, about who does it, and whom it happens to. Consciously or not, many people in Britain believe these myths, and they’re reflected in the media, and in the criminal justice system. These myths discourage women from coming forward when they’ve been raped. They […]

Looking For Unicorns

February 12, 2012


Reblogged from mott62 February 11, 2012 – Posted by rmott62 I am tired and exhausted by how “discussions” round prostitution are controlled by a constant search for two unicorns. The unicorn of the prostituted women who have never had bad experiments, is completely in control, has no past experiences of sexual violence, and is able […]