Naked pictures, Snapchat, Tinder. Maybe the shift from dating to hooking up is the cause. Or maybe teenagers are getting bolder. But the fact is, sexting is becoming as popular as ever, and it’s not limited to teens.
No getting feelings. No having breakfast the morning after. No getting attached. Seriously, who came up with these rules? Continue reading
Zak Cheney-Rice starts off his article about breaking stereotypes of Asian men with the important question – what makes a man handsome?
With all the buzz that has been going around recently about the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, I thought it’d be appropriate to discuss some of the dangers models face.
Is being a “skinny bitch” a good or a bad thing? And what determines if you’re a skinny bitch or not?
In the heteronormative society that we live in, it is not normal for an individual to openly be proud of his or her sexuality. Those individuals that are willing to discuss their sexual preferences or activities freely are often labeled as whores or sluts. (Funny how there are only insulting names for women in this case.) Considering our sexualities are a core part of who we are, why are we so afraid to be open?
Regardless of your sexual preference, regardless of what sport you may have played in high school — if you were physiologically born a female (look at me trying to be politically correct), you have probably taken a ballet class. Continue reading