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Pegging in Two Acts

in: Featured& Film & TV

In what must be a record for televised depictions of non-vanilla sex acts in a single season, two of my favorite shows, Broad City and Louie, both explored pegging recently. Pegging, for those who don't know, is (rather inelegantly) described by Wikipedia as; "...a sexual practice in which a woman performs anal sex on a man… keep reading ->

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The Sports World’s Anti-Woman Week

in: Featured& Sports

There are times when the wide world of sports can fill our hearts with joy and awe us with the human potential for greatness. When an athlete or sports organization does something amazing, or uses the power of their platform to create change and restore our faith in humanity. Then there are the other times… keep reading ->

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Thursday night, we’ll learn if the NFL’s “NO MORE” campaign is real or just more empty promises

in: Sports

On Thursday, April 30th, the NFL will face the first true test of allegiance to its "NO MORE" anti-sexual assault and domestic violence campaign. It'll be a quick test, lasting no more than ten minutes and it begins once the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, holders of the first pick in this year's draft, are on the clock… keep reading ->

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Sorry For My Absence 

in: Elsewhere

Hey there faithful reader! This is just a quick post to apologize for my recent absense over the past month plus. If you're interested in knowing why I haven't been blogging, it's because, 1. I'm in the midst of conducting a series of trainings with the NBA and MLB (requiring lots of travel), 2. I… keep reading ->

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More About No More

in: Advertising& Sports

Last week I alluded to the fact that I "have some feelings" about the NO MORE anti-domestic violence campaign. Since writing those words, I read some things about the campaign that only increased my negative feelings,  making it clear that I'm not the only one with concerns. So this week I figured I should expound on my feelings… keep reading ->

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