Book from the Month - Desiring Toys

posted on 19 Jun 2013 09:02 by cheapsextoys

Oh my ... are you ever in for a treat this month. Virginia Crowley's Longing for Toys, one of the horniest, dirtiest, filthiest reads I've ever clapped eyes on (and I've seen a few) is the my blog Erotic Book Club Book of the Month for February. When you buy this primer in how best to use remote-control vibrators you'll get your very own free Chix Stick mini vibe, so you can play out scenes from the novel to your heart's content. Don't forget to discuss your findings - with or without the vibe -with other erotic fiction fans in the Erotic Book Club forums.In this masterpiece of financial and sexual health fem dom, Robert and James - two upstanding young professionals with bigoted, conservative, middle-class girlfriends - begin a descent into wholesale financial ruin and erotic degradation the night they meet the beautiful and cunning stripper, Michele. As Robert's character erodes from.

outcome is all the more lamentable because encouraging condom use is so important. Let’s look at the facts.

Fact number one: young people in the United States act particularly clueless about the cause-and-effect links between unprotected sex, the spread of sexually transmitted infections (STIs), and unplanned pregnancies. In theUnited States, about half of the 19 million individuals newly diagnosed with an STI every year are between 15 and 24 years old. In addition, about 800,000 sex toys online and young women between 15 and 19 years old get pregnant every year, mostly unplanned. Only about 60 percent of sexually active high school students say they used a condom during their last sexual encounter.

Fact number two: frighteningly few teenagers and pre-teens in the United States receive effective information and guidance about sex, despite the fact that 9 out of 10 kids in public secondary schools will receive some form of sex education at least once during their time from 7th to 12th grade. This is partially due to the fact that the federal government has invested several billion dollars in abstinence-only programs since 1997, including $5 million in the 2012 federal appropriations bill alone. Abstinence-only sex education teaches sexual abstinence until marriage as the only viable option for teenagers to avoid STIs and pregnancy. Under this logic, condoms are not only ineffective but also immoral because they “make” teenagers have bullet vibrators . (Study after study has proven abstinence-only sex education to be ineffective at best and harmful at worst).

Fact number three: the internet is where kids go for the information they feel they need, including about sex. Successive Youth Internet Safety Surveys haveshown that children between 10 and 17 years old are increasi.

inic or school sex education program might do exactly that. And there's a place for both.

Among the findings of the studies:

Stressing abstinence at young ages is appropriate, but could be made far more effective if youth were taught other forms of emotional interaction as an alternative to sexual intercourse. Sex education will be more effective if sex is treated as a healthy part of life at appropriate ages and circumstances. Young women benefitted strongly from families who had open lines of communication, talked about sex, monitored their activities and made it clear their health and safety was important. Many teenagers have received surprisingly little accurate information about sex and sexual health. Sex education programs in schools are nearly universal and there is also strong participation in sex-related education from youth at community centers.

This research was outlined huge dildos from http://www.sextoysbrand.com/brutal-dildos/huge-dildos this year in several publications by Peggy Dolcini and Joseph Catania at OSU, as part of their work with the Hallie E. Ford Center for Healthy Children and Families. It was done in collaboration with researchers from the University of California-San Francisco, University of Alberta, DePaul University, Michigan State University and other organizations.

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