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3 Sexy Summer Treats To Try

After many chilly months, the ice is beginning to thaw and nicer days are finally upon us…or, if you’re like me and live in Cali, the days of 90 degree weather are back in full swing. For most California residents, this means out with the shorts and onto the beach so I came up with 3 fun ideas to try beneath the sheets with your honey in the coming hot summer nights.

Enjoy!

This Sexy Body Paint Graffiti Spray Massage Oil is totally a good time. Completely edible and deliciously flavored, it’s perfect for a hot summer day or night. A nice cool spin to put on this sweet treat? Try placing it into a bowl of ice water or the refrigerator for a bit before using. This should make the spray come out nice and chilly. What a nice way to cool off! Be careful and make sure you don’t put it in the freezer though; the pressure could make the can explode.

Certified Organic, the Intimate Organics Relaxing Massage Oil with Lemongrass and Coconut provides a deliciously sweet way to cool off. Great for relieving sore muscles or simply for a sensual rub down, this organic massage oil is formulated with aloe so it’s friendly on any sun burns you may get in the coming months. Place it in the fridge or a bowl of ice for 15 minutes before you use it and voila! You have yourself some pleasantly cool massage oil.

The original way to cool off on a hot summer’s day, ice cubes are great for sensual pleasure. Simply take an ice cube and slide it around on your partner’s body for great cooling effects. Enjoy immediate relief from the heat and sunburns and enjoy whatever pleasure comes out of it!

Good Luck!

Buy Your Mom A Vibe Sale!

Alright, so maybe you won’t buy your mom a vibe for Mother’s Day, but you can buy it anyway and pretend you’ll give it to her then keep it for yourself! 😉

I won’t tell anyone, I promise!

At any rate, you’ll have to buy someone a vibe

(and who better to buy it for then yourself right?)

because our Mother’s Day Sale is happening from now until May 10, 2011.

From now until May 10th, you’ll get 20% OFF ANY PURCHASE!

If you forget the day every year like me, Mother’s Day is May 8th.

The sale will go 2 days after for all you belated gift givers who claim it’s

“in the mail.”

Don’t worry, I’ve been there, I’ve got your back.

Enjoy the Sale!

Homosexuality:Victorian Vs. Modern Times

Homosexuality has been the subject of controversy for hundreds of years, perhaps more. Existing since the dawn of man, it seems that many societies including those in Victorian times viewed homosexuality negatively. In the mid to late-1800’s, homosexuality was seen as the practices of a “sinner” and was thought to only be practiced by men, although we know that is likely to be very untrue. After the late 1800’s, there was a shift in society’s opinion on homosexuals from being dubbed “sinners” to being thought of as “social deviants” or “perverts.” But as I will repeat again, in the words of Lady Gaga, “A different lover is not a sin, believe capital H-I-M.”

Up until the 1980s, homosexuality was seen as a sickness caused by a weak father and a controlling or dominant mother. Since the 1980’s, many strides have been made to change the public view of homosexuals and their lives with the creation of many AIDS alliance and assistance programs, LGBT organization, legalization of gay marriage AKA same sex union in many countries and in the U.S. only in certain states, and most importantly, more of an acceptance of the homosexual community as a whole by the general public.

Although it is true that we have come a long way in LGBT rights, we still have a very long way to go in achieving equality for the homosexual community as a whole and it seems an even longer way to go in achieving an accepting view on LGBT communities from society as a whole.

Still widely disputed today, homosexuals, both male and female, experience many hardships in their daily lives including religious exile, bans from child adoptions, and, in some cases, shaming and harassment from various members of society.

I urge every reader to open their hearts and minds to accepting LGBT as a way of life that is not a choice for someone, but in the words of the brilliant Lady Gaga, they were “born this way.”

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Homosexuality:

  • The word “homosexual” is a term disliked by the gay community for it defines the person’s orientation, not them as a person on the whole.
  • Other derivatives of the word homosexual used throughout history: Homophile (1960), Homo-erotic (1916), Homophobe (1970’s), Homophobia (1969), and Homos (1930’s).
  • Homosexuality was very common in early B.C. Greece, Egypt, & Roman societies. In Greece in particular, sexual orientation was not something clearly defined or frowned upon and was not used as a social identifier as it is in present day Western societies.
  • Homosexuality is common among many animals, both domestic and wild, including dogs, birds, cats, etc.
  • The term homosexual has in the past only referred to men who are attracted to other men, but modernly refers to both men who are attracted to men and women who are attracted to other women.

To learn more about LGBT support and what you can do to learn more or help out in your community, please visit gaycenter.org for more information.

Don’t be a drag, just be a queen. 🙂