Discussion in 'UK politics, current affairs and news' started by bemused, Jan 1, 2018.
I'm pretty sure I was asexual at that age, but nobody had bothered to tell me that that was even a thing so I was quite confused by life
the "nobody bothering to tell you" thing is what's changed i guess. i think she's equally baffled by life as i was at 14. but then i still am
Decency 1 - 0 Stupid Edgy Journalism
Give it time.
Without reading the story I bet it's by Ellen Scott. The majority if her articles seem to be about vaginas, what to stick in them and what not to stick in them.
It was, not sure why they took it down.
Makes me wonder why they published it in the first place, if they decided to try to memory-hole it later. I don't see the point, since there are plenty of websites and individuals who make it their business to archive this sort of thing.
IIRC, they once ripped off a post I made here on Urban re which urinal you should piss at.
That pic didn't sit comfortably with me at all...
I don't know if this is a spoof, but it was all over twitter last week:
Where you can buy silicone penises for your daughters if they were 'assigned' (my fucking arse) female at birth but would prefer to pee standing up.
They link to ftmessentials which is a fairly well known site, and the packers and STPs they're selling are common brands. Doesn't look like a spoof
The youth today... they don't know their porn
Big bucks to be made out of tran
Perhaps it's my inability to believe that silicone penises are being sold to children.
Why? Should they not be allowed to do anything at all to reduce their dysphoria until the age of 16?
I think it's a good idea to guide your kids to safe healthy ways of enjoying their sexuality. Why not? I don't think I'm the only woman who has shoved household objects up my vag when experimenting as a teenager - would have been much safer to have access to toys.
For people who experiment with anal it is even more important too.
As hospitals all over the world can attest.
Also, while I'm not a fan of The Metro, I think newspapers should be allowed to print the odd 'out there' opinion piece without being accused of it representing the paper as a whole. And I'd rather this than Hopkins.
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