Huzzah, actually good porn!
Oh, TheInternet, you really do have everything. Alas.

Oh, TheInternet, you really do have everything. Alas.

Not how blowjobs usually work.

Not how blowjobs usually work.

Shops in Japan apparently have less stringent rules about what they can have in the window.

Shops in Japan apparently have less stringent rules about what they can have in the window.

peithop:

FALKLAND ROAD: PROSTITUTES OF BOMBAY
Falkland Road, Bombay, India. 1978

peithop:

FALKLAND ROAD: PROSTITUTES OF BOMBAY

Falkland Road, Bombay, India. 1978

sexisnottheenemy:

happybdsm: (Laughing Seesters by tissotsgrl)
Reminds me a lot of someone I know (they are cute too).
sexisnottheenemy:

Glitter Ink & Marxxx from T-Wood Pictures Rec Room Volume 3, due out Fall 2012. (via t-wood)

Reminds me a lot of someone I know (they are cute too).

sexisnottheenemy:

Glitter Ink & Marxxx from T-Wood Pictures Rec Room Volume 3, due out Fall 2012. (via t-wood)

Why is it so easy for people to underestimate not just the effectiveness of birth control, but also how likely they are to get pregnant if they don’t use it? Part of the problem is, ironically, that birth control is so effective, but so hidden. Much as the anti-vaccine movement could only erupt in a culture where the diseases the vaccines prevent are out of sight and easy to dismiss, contraception works so well at suppressing fertility that many people have no idea how high fertility rates would be without it. Sex is everywhere: TV characters have it, songs on the radio are full of it, and most friends gossip about it. But contraception is rarely discussed in much detail, if at all. It’s easy for someone to look at all this booty-knocking and the relatively low birth rate and conclude that it’s not that easy to get pregnant instead of concluding, correctly, that contraception use is widespread.