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 September 21, 2012.
1. And The Penis-Themed Computer Game Of The Century Award Goes To…
Navigate your cartoon cock down a mountain while doing tricks and avoiding zombie dongs in the addictive adventure that is “Penis Avalanche”.
2. Speaking Frankly On Black Sexuality
Sexually-induced trauma and a lack of communication in black communities is contributing to “economic, financial, and even spiritual bondage” – and no, that’s not the good kind.
3. Too In Heat To Be Grossed Out?
Latest studies show that sexual arousal is capable of overriding our built-in propensity for disgust.
4. Brown Bares All In Nude Curriculum
Brown University’s Naked Donut Run (look it up!) isn’t the only big naked event on campus: a new nude performing art series aims to unclothe the stigma attached to bare bodies.
5. This Womb? It’s My Mother’s!
Swedish doctors pull off the world’s first mother-daughter uterus transplants. If all goes well, new babies could share the same womb their mothers were born from…
6. This Cooch Isn’t Welcome In Ours
If Ken Cuccinelli wants to shut down reproductive rights, he’ll have to contend with these girls first: in a singing showdown based on Cher Lloyd’s “Want You Back”.