“Several outlets are reporting on this update as if it’s a sweeping “ban” on porn (Buzzfeed updated its article on the guidelines but didn’t remove the incorrect tweet). I haven’t typed the words “Sex Blog Roundup” in a very long time.
Back in 2005, when it was just Jonno and I running Fleshbot and the commercial porn industry hated us for not being one of them (and for being pro-indie, pro-internet, pro-sexpositive culture, pro-queer, pro-woman, pro-Po C, etc), I was the one who compiled,…
Boys enter puberty later than girls – usually around age 12 – and it lasts until around ages 16 or 17.
“Film producer Harvey Weinstein has denied raping three women after allegations were made in US magazine The New Yorker.
It claims Weinstein forced sex on the women, including actress Asia Argento.
Preteens and teens are sometimes embarrassed by their changing bodies and concerned that they are not developing at the same rate as their friends.
Reassure your child that young people grow and develop at their own pace and that the changes are normal. Active sweat glands call for regular bathing and deodorant.
The strangest thing was that it should have crept me out but for some reason it…
Buzzfeed started a censorship panic Friday about Twitter’s adult content guidelines by mistaking Twitter’s ad policy for its general policy.
Talk with your child about the following physical changes that will happen during puberty.
The changes are listed in the order in which they generally occur.
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From ages 11 to 14, your preteen will be experiencing many difficult developments in their lives – especially rapid physical, mental/intellectual, and emotional changes.