266 results for 'sex'
...to be Jewish, but it does reek of rat that they would suddenly become Orthodox. These raise interesting cases. I am entitled to display a Jewish Star outside my house to express my religion, but what if I "founded" a religion whose symbol was an anatomically correct picture of two people having sex? Could I display that symbol outside my house? Surely not. So, we could say that it only includes "real" religions. But then what do we define as real? If Scientology considered real? Returning to the prison example, what if I found a religion that requires me to go to a five-star restaurant... (more)
...Galaxies”—a galaxy far from our own where he’s the star of a hit reality TV show called “The Richest Family”. Currently, he’s protesting not being paid $20 billion in back royalties for “The Richest Family”. The government is also embezzling his sex life, among other things.
His normal protest route goes through downtown San Francisco. But he’ll also show up at pretty much any organized protest in the city. So, if you’re protesting something, want him or not, this guy’s protesting with you. He’ll... (more)
...the fire-and-brimstone preacher stereotype." In the magazine's May 22, 2004edition, staffers identified Land as "One of 113 Americans who will help the policymakers in Washington plot the country's course in 10 critical areas: intelligence reform; workforce quality; Social Security; China; same-sex "marriage"; global warming; drug pricing; weapons threat; church and state; and bioengineering." What I want to know is how Richard Land influenced President Bush's decision in regards to the RFID verichip legislation since his familarity with biblicalprophecy could help strike fear into the... (more)
... (and the fact that I just spelled that word “favorites” as opposed to “favourites” is a telling sign of the influence that the USA has had on my writing), its title and ensuing brouhaha (ha ha) did do well at representing my early ideas about America. Here we have the sex, drugs n’ rock n’ roll history of a band who obviously sold enough in the mainstream arena for the album “Amorica”, to climb the Billboard Charts to an 11th position on one hand. Then we have on the other hand, a large enough sector of the public finding an image of... (more)
...that my lesson to her was taught, but yet how could it be so easily forgotten. Sure, girls feel powerful that a man is interested in her, but isn’t it for all the wrong reasons?
As I begin to look at this from a world view, I come to one conclusion. In the end, is everything just about sex? Do men, do women no longer have a respect for their bodies; no longer wait to be carried off to a secluded prairie where only he and she lie, talking, kissing, and being in love. Has this generation learned that it is only important about sex and drugs? That it is only fun to do these... (more)
... children and young people now intimidate us. Young people can now ask an older person to get off the seat on a bus or train for them to sit and the older person will rise to the occasion in fear that they may be ‘knifed’ or shot to death. It seems cool for young people to do anything-drugs, sex, murder,theft among others but why should that be the case? Somewhere between the ages of 10 and 16, have parents cocooned in a shell and prayed that whatever shortcomings in their children’s behaviour, is a stage that will slowly phase out? Parenting and raising our children is a full time... (more)
...education, career, goals because she’s pretty and believes she shouldn’t have to break a nail to reach them.
In modeling my father's teachings are not so applicable. A girl’s success does not depend so much on her endurance and commitment but her looks, youth, sex appeal. Let’s face it, you can be as determined as hell but if you don’t look the part, you’re wasting your time. Modeling is fun, but not something I would bet the house on. I just do it because I can. You are a student of music also. Do you play any instruments? What... (more)
According to http://life.familyeducation.com/teen/prom/36549.html "For parents, the primary prom-related concerns aren't financial. Our biggest prom worries are the risky behaviors associated with proms, most specifically driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs and unsafe sex. Prom night always seems to be linked with drunken-driving injuries and deaths, date rapes, pregnancies and STDs. It's become the night where teens' poor judgment and dangerous choices have become institutionalized." Think of that. Institutionalized.... (more)
... and schools were not able to control them, as they were not accustomed to rules and control. Both parents were now working and they either did not have the time to manage their children, or could not manage their children, as they themselves did not have rules to pass on. This was the era of free sex, smoking, drinking and shop-lifting, stealing and making a mockery of Law and Order. Parents had lost control which they did not know how to have, and even young students starting schools behaved as they chose, and teachers struggled to run their classrooms.
It was also the start of... (more)
...it, but from whatI found out was that a person can get the herpes virus simply by skin to skin contact,regardless if wearing a condom.Some say yes and some say no. So is it up for grabs? Nobody seems to know, even doctors. The only recommendationof notgetting any type ofSTD is abstaining from sex. So whats the real answer? I don't think nobody is going to stop having sex unless it's a life threatening issue. The problem with herpes is that you carry that with you for the rest of your life. It's tattooed on you like a piece of luggage. Nobody wants that and spare the embarrassment of... (more)