Every Friday, The CSPH shares with you stories, reports, and headlines we’ve come across during the week focusing on sexuality, gender, sexual health, sexual politics, and more. These may be stories we found to be controversial, thought-provoking, or just plain interesting! Without further adieu, here is the roundup for the week of August 17, 2012!
Contrary to popular belief, there’s no need to worry: our Olympian lovers will still win even if they bang the night before. (Phew)
Helen Gurley Brown, the influential magazine editor, passed away this week at the age of 90. Though her attitudes were controversial, she paved the way for women’s comfort declaring their own love of sex.
The holy grail of pet names transcends age, orientation, and relationship status. Does it exist?
As Chinese citizens discover on the internet, government officials are no less immune to temptations of the flesh than the rest of us.
Is Nike’s new “Gold Digging” shirt, made exclusively for women, winking at hackneyed stereotypes or simply reminding us of them?