August 27, 2015

    Introducing Richard Mille’s New Erotic Watch: RM 69 Erotica Tourbillon – Forbes

    By / August 27, 2015

    Forbes
    Introducing Richard Mille's New Erotic Watch: RM 69 Erotica Tourbillon
    Forbes
    Unlike other, more graphic erotic timepieces with paintings, sculptures and automatons, the new RM 69 is more a work of technology and titillation that eroticism. Each watch is equipped with titanium rolling bars that — at will — can be turned by the
    Richard Mille's Erotic Tourbillon whispers naughty suggestionsClassic Driver


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    ArtsBeat | London Journal: A Nonstop Carnival of Culpability – New York Times (blog)

    By / August 20, 2015

    New York Times (blog)
    ArtsBeat | London Journal: A Nonstop Carnival of Culpability
    New York Times (blog)
    Fleshing out (as it were) Joseph K's erotic history in this manner dilutes the ambiguous menace of Kafka's fable-like novel. But the production achieves its presumed intention of making those watching it feel complicit, voyeuristic and tarnished. The

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    Sex Then Vs. Sex Today; Views About Sex Are Different Than Your Parents

    By / August 13, 2015

    Each generation of people is different from the ones before it. We try to learn from our parents mistakes and not make the same ones, and sometimes we instead repeat those mistakes. This is especially true when it comes to the views about sex and what it means to have a partner. In most homes it was considered to be traditional that you had and opposite sex partner, and the issue of gay or transgender was never an issue. Everyone around seemed to have a boyfriend or a girlfriend and it was ok, but anyone that was with a same sex partner was often considered different and not talked about.

    Over the last decade, perhaps a little longer it has become ok to be different, making transgender, gay, lesbian common words in life today. The law now allows same sex marriage giving all the same rights as anyone else. But it doesn’t make it any easier to tell your parents that you have a different view about sex than they do. Welcome to life as an adult when you happen to like things differently than your parents. So you now have two choices, you can sit down with your parents and explain to them about your views, even bringing your partner with you in hopes that your parents will accept. Or you can continue to hide it from them, and hope they never find out, keeping their world completely in the dark about yours.

    You owe it to yourself, your partner and your parents to be honest about who you are. If they raised you with morals than you can use those morals to prove your honesty to them. You are a better person for being honest to yourself and everyone around you, then you are if you are hiding what you truly enjoy. Your parents should understand that, and if they do not than you just need to give them a little time to adjust. It can be hard for some parents to understand, and other parents will not have a problem with it. Especially if they love you and cherish you for who you are.

    When telling them however you want to be nice about it, and not throw it in their face. Especially if your parents are not as open minded as they should be in this day and age. Tell them slowly and give them the time it takes to adjust. Be prepared for a negative response, but also be prepared to have that weight lifted off your shoulders.

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