Links Because I Read Too Many Blogs Not to Share

About Time I Take a Stand
Jem writes another great response to the whole BDSM kerfluffle (yes, that's how I spell that word) going on in the blog universe. It seems like she has a nicely balanced perspective, and I appreciate her respect.

Speech on Innovation in Sex Education
Heather Corinna of Scarleteen includes the full text of her inspiring speech on sex ed and innovation. I think she's an amazing person, and while the speech is long it's well worth reading. She talks about how she got to where she is as a sex educator, reaching tens of thousands of people each day.

2 comments:

Jemima Aslana said...

Thanks for the plug. Funny how some of the hot topics alert me to the fact that I have more readers than I thought. Always a nice realisation.

Myca said...

Jem's post reminds me of a post I've been meaning to write for a while about how I find domming to be a feminist act.

I think part of it for me is that BDSM offered me a framework for taking fantasies about hurting/controlling/etc women, and turned it into a way to give women happily consensual orgasms.

Which is awesome, and a pretty good way to keep from feeling like a bad person for having the fantasies in the first place.

---Myca

On living, loving, learning, and fucking with the materials I've got at hand.

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