What the fresh hell is this.
Last night, I flew home from Chicago. As the plane taxied the runway, the guy next to me turned on his iPad. By the time we reached LaGuardia, cops were waiting to arrest him. He's now on the no-fly list.
I've never really had any TV characters I could identify with, who seemed to represent my personal experience of sexuality. But then I discovered Brittany and Santana on Glee.
When the first footage of "Machete" started to leak out, it seemed like a buffet of celebrity nudity: constant exposed flesh from Lindsay Lohan! Jessica Alba in the shower! Other, future famous women dancing around with nothing on at all!
Lately, it seems like whenever I turn on Hulu, I'm greeted with an ad for Gardasil, the HPV vaccine. As someone who cares a lot about reproductive health, this should make me happy. Except I just can't stand the ads.
What are the historical roots of virginity? How do queer people lose their virginity? And in an age where teens claim virginity while having anal and oral sex, what does virginity really mean?
Valentine's Day is but a few days away—and if you're anything like us, you probably haven't even begun to think about buying a present for your loved (or lusted after) one. Here's help.