Posted on July 22nd, 2014 by Sarah
Although withholding sexual favours on condition of certain conditions being met isn’t exactly new to the dynamics of male/female relationships, protesting as an organized group is a bargaining tool that’s relatively new on the social scene. An innovative group of women in a small town in Columbia have decided not to share a shag with their respective husbands until something is done about the deplorable state of the 35 mile stretch of road that connects the isolated village of Barbacoas to the rest of the province in which it’s located.
The road is in such bad shape that despite being only 35 miles long, it takes an average vehicle from between 12 to 14 hours to reach the closest hospital. As a result, many women have died on the way to the hospital to have their babies. Choosing to withhold sex as a condition of the road being improved to the extent that it allows for safe and swift travel is something that this group of women has done before.
These ladies went on a similar sex strike in 2011 as a way to provide incentive for the Columbian government to pave the same road in question. One of the leaders of the “Crossed Leg Movement,” Ruby Quinonez, has stated that the refusal to repair the road constitutes a denial of basic human rights to the women who require medical attention during childbirth.
Although the original strike had some positive preliminary results, such as the government promising to provide 21 million dollars for the road repair and town politicians promising that it would be fixed, none of that came to fruition. Tow years later, the ladies crossed their legs again, and this time, there are strong signs that it may be paying off. Bulldozers and heavy machinery have been seen in the vicinity.
Sex strikes are becoming a popular way of non-violent protest partially because they attract a substantial amount of media attention. Other strikes around the world in places such as Kenya, Togo, and Liberia are currently in progress.
Posted on June 15th, 2014 by Sarah
Not all facts concerning sex are titillating and capable of producing amorous longings; some are silly and funny while others are downright scary. Following are seventeen sex facts that you may want to avoid sharing with your lover if you’re trying to set the right mood for a night of romance. 1. Human semen was used as invisible ink by British spies until it began to be noticed that not-so-fresh semen created an unpleasantly peculiar odour. 2. Noted sex researcher and author Alfred Kinsey had the dubious capability of inserting the bristle-end of a toothbrush into the hold on the
Posted on May 10th, 2014 by Sarah
Not all facts concerning sex are titillating and capable of producing amorous longings; some are silly and funny while others are downright scary. Following are seventeen sex facts that you may want to avoid sharing with your lover if you’re trying to set the right mood for a night of romance. 1. One sperm contains as much genetic information as 62 MacBook Pro laptops. 2. Within the course of two weeks, a single human male manufactures enough sperm to get every fertile woman on planet Earth pregnant. 3. Quite a mouthful, the word schwangerschaftsverhütungsmittel is the German word for contraception.
Posted on March 28th, 2014 by Sarah
With many modern people living in apartments or other types of fairly cramped conditions. many people have valid complaints about being forced to endure the noises that their neighbours make while making love, but most people have not been kept away by the amorous activities of sea creatures. That appears to be exactly what is happening in Southampton, however, where over 30 residents have recently complained to the New Forest District Council about being kept awake by frisky fish. The mating sounds they make have been described as a “pulsating hum” that has caused some listeners to believe that they
Posted on February 21st, 2014 by Sarah
When “Sex Sent Me To The ER (Emergency Room)” premieres on TLC, many viewers will be flabbergasted at some of the injuries that land some people in the emergency room. While many of us roll over in bed, breathing a sigh of relief and smiling from ear to ear following a hot sex session, the adventurous and unfortunate among us find themselves in a hospital bed writhing in pain from sexual injuries. Dr Jordan Moskoff who runs an emergency room in Chicago sees at least two patients on a weekly basis suffering from sexually related Injuries. One of the most common