I’ve done this too, well-intentioned PC-views on things taken-out-of-context. When this song was new, early 1950s white-radio would never allow two people mutually scheduling a booty-call, outside of coyly playing expected gender-roles, when they’re horny.
Personal lubricant does not, intuitively, feel like a controversial topic. What is there to discuss, really, about a semi-viscous substance designed to reduce friction during “human sex acts” (per the so-specific-it’s-a-little-weird Wikipedia definition)? But for a big chunk of the general population, the very existence of lube is a matter that’s ripe for Discourse. More bluntly: What’s with all the hang-ups that straight people seem to have about lube?
A Welsh seaside town aims to put people off having sex in its new public toilets by including features to disturb those in the act.
Porthcawl’s anti-sex toilets would spray occupants with water and sound an alarm.
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On the stand, she said her father did not actually abuse her.
“I couldn’t write anything,” she said. “Like, my family is amazing. I love my family.”
However, she said she wrote up the false allegations against her father anyway. She also claimed that Mack instructed her to make a sex tape, which she said she provided.