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Wanna be my fuck buddy?

Okay, can I just rant for a minute please? What is going on with the internet degrading our ability to hook up properly?

Am I the only person that believes a one night stand should start with someone buying me a drink and sneaking into the bathroom at the bar with me? Is that old fashioned?

If I want to  find a local fuck buddy, I want to risk the outrageously awkward chance of running into them in the grocery store. I’m not saying you ever have to talk again… If you’re careful, they’ll be so wonder struck they’ll forget to ask for your phone number. But at least look them in the eye before you bend them over!!! Y’all, please fuck responsibly.

Remember, every time you sleep with someone, you’re having sex with everyone they’ve ever been with…and everybody’s got a Random. I don’t want you or anyone else to find themselves in a Charlie Sheen situation. Nobody wants that. I wouldn’t wish that on my worst enemy so wrap it before you tap it.

I know that not everyone can be as lucky as me: a sexy girl at home that lets me get all the hot, hard dick I want and I get paid for it to boo. By the way, she cooks. Oh yeah, my girlfriend is a goddess of orgasms and mouthgasms and still lets me get destroyed by a gorgeous brute when I need it. /end brag

But whatever situation you’re in, you need to be honest with yourself and what you need. If you want a serious relationship, that’s great. But if you want a random hookup, that’s great too. I’m just saying be honest about it.

The time is finally approaching where the world is normalizing the idea that it’s okay to want whatever we want. I truly believe that only in being 100% honest with our desires are we able to open the doors and meet the people that can make those dreams a reality.

You’d be amazed how good it feels to unburden yourself of the terrible weight social acceptance. To completely and totally, Not Give A Fuck. To make your happiness number fucking one. Own it.

Anyway, I guess the point of this kind of rambly thing is…as long as it’s consensual (Please look up the “consensual tea” video on youtube), do what turns you on. Do who turns you on. Be it your first love or a new lover every night. Have fun. Excite yourself.

Don’t let societal norms dictate how you live your life. Be who you want to be and if that means you want to whip out a sex toy, stick it up your ass and then hire a hooker to suck your cock at the same time, go for it!

Fuck, while your at it, throw in some great porn! Might I suggest my latest scene from Blowjob Demons? Just sayin’ if you can’t fap it to your favourite blogger, who can you fap it to?!

The point of my long rant is, you should feel free to live your life the way you want to. It doesn’t matter what I think, or your neighbour thinks or anyone else. If you want to have a 17 girl orgy, have a 17 girl orgy! And don’t let any asshole try to tell you that’s not okay.

 

 

How often do condoms fail?

Nina Hartley recently tweeted that condoms fail as much as 30% of the time. 30% WOW?!  With only a 7 out of 10 chance of working, why bother? Doesn’t seem worth it. Or is it more likely that she pulled that statistic out of her ass? My research (source) shows some very different statistics, showing that there is only a 1-5% chance of a “slip down” and an almost 100% chance of protecting you from HIV and other STDs when condoms are used properly.

In the United States, most studies of breakage caused by fault in the condom itself have shown breakage rate is less than 2 condoms out of every 100. Studies also indicate that condoms slip off the penis in about 1-5% of acts of vaginal intercourse and slip down (but not off) about 3-13% of the time. Again, these rates are influenced by the care one takes when using a condom.

Studies have shown that if a latex condom is used correctly and consistently (every time you have sex), they are a highly effective barrier against infection. This has been demonstrated most clearly by studies of “discordant” couples in Europe. A “discordant” couple is one in which one partner in infected with HIV and the other one is not. In a study of 123 couples in which condoms were used consistently, none of the infected partners became infected.

I wonder why she would say that they fail 30% of the time? Why would she go out of her way to promote UNSAFE sex? I thought she once said she was an advocate for the industry? Hmmm. Sounds like someone has some sort of agenda of her own.

I won’t say if I’m for or against mandatory condom use but what I will say, if you are going to give “FACTS” give real ones and not just bullshit you make up.

If you can’t just tell the truth than just shut the fuck up already.

You do more harm than good for your cause by spreading false information.

 

Sex Superbug Hits Hawaii

‘Sex Superbug’ Found In Hawaii, Is Immune To Antibiotics [source]

‘Sex superbug’ may sound like a cheesy teen sex comedy from the late 90s, but it’s no laughing matter. It’s in fact a drug-resistant strain of the STD gonorrhea that has people around the country worried.

It was reported last week that a drug-resistant strain of gonorrhea was found in two people in Hawaii. The finding led people to assume that it was the same ‘sex superbug’ that has been found to be immune to all forms of antibiotics. Fortunately, the Hawaiian Health Department says the case of gonorrhea it found is different from the ‘sex superbug’ strain found elsewhere.

Despite it being a different strain, the emerge of a gonorrhea that’s immune to medication should have people concerned. For years, the sexually transmitted disease was on the decline thanks to antibiotics and medication. The number of infections may rise, however, as the disease has evolved immunities to the medication used to treat it.

Peter Whiticir of the State Department of Health’s STD/AIDs Prevention Control branch confirmed that the the Hawaiian ‘sex superbug’ is, in fact, not the dreaded strain that’s completely immune to all drugs, but he does say that the current news helps remind people that these diseases are evolving.

“There is no multi-drug super resistant superbug yet in Hawaii or the United States. We don’t have the superbug in Hawaii that I repeat again, but I think it does raise people’s consciousness that gonorrhea is out there, there are new strains that are developing and evolving and we need to be aware of that and protect ourselves.”

Even if its not the dreaded ‘sex superbug,’ gonorrhea can still evolve to a point where it becomes one. As such, health officials fear that such a form of gonorrhea could be worse than AIDs. The Center for Disease Control has even asked Congress for $50 million in funding to research new treatment for gonorrhea infections just in case things go South.

Even if you have no intention of catching gonorrhea, it’s always advisable to use safe sex. You should also never be afraid to discuss STDs with any potential partner.

 

Major syphilis outbreak in Houston, Texas

You know what they say … things are bigger in Texas and apparently that includes their STD outbreaks.  Local health officials are reporting a nearly 100% increase in new infections of syphilis in the Houston and surrounding areas.

[source]  Syphilis is exploding in Houston and Harris County, local health officials said Wednesday.

Houston’s health department reported a nearly 100 percent increase in new infectious syphilis cases during the first seven months of 2012 compared to the same time period last year. The outbreak reverses a trend of syphilis cases decreasing between 2008 and 2011.

The department “strongly recommends that medical providers, particularly those that provide health care services for men, determine if their patients are at increased risk for syphilis,” the city said in a news release. The department “also urges medical providers to offer testing for syphilis, immediately report syphilis to their local health department and provide prompt treatment to infected people and their sexual partners.”

Syphilis, which can cause serious complications if left unchecked, is easily treatable with antibiotics.

A total of 318 infectious syphilis cases were reported in Harris County from January through August of this year, according to the Houston health department. The total for all of 2011 was 264.

The 2012 cases amount to 7.5 cases per 100,000 people, up from 4.2 through the same period in 2011. The recent high is 7.8 cases per 100,000 people in 2007.

Roughly 39 percent of people with infectious syphilis in 2012 also tested positive for HIV.

The health department, which has intensified syphilis detection and community field work and expanded the schedule of its HIV/STD mobile clinic, is urging immediate testing for syphilis for men who have sex with men; people who engage in anonymous sex; anyone who has had multiple sex partners; and people who test positive for other sexually transmitted disease.

Just last week, San Antonio health official began assigning case workers to follow syphilis-infected women through their pregnancies to ensure proper treatment because of the rising numbers of babies born with the disease there.