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Tag Archives: Sexuality
Your idols are human, they will let you down. The important thing is to know what about them inspired you, and what about them you do not want for yourself. Continue reading
Corsbie-Massay, C.L., Miller, L.C., Christensen, J.L. et al. (2016). Identity Conflict and Sexual Risk for Black and Latino YMSM. AIDS and Behavior. doi:10.1007/s10461-016-1522-7 Young (aged 18–30) Black and Latino men who have sex with men are at a higher risk of … Continue reading
We ended last week discussing the differences between visibility and representation. Differentiating between visibility and representation is required to understand and deploy the different mechanisms that are essential for societal change especially when talking about the relationship between media, culture, and politics. … Continue reading
Christensen, J.L., Miller, L.C., Appleby, P.R., Corsbie-Massay, C., Godoy, C.G., Marsella, S.C., & Read, S.J. (2013) Reducing shame in a game that predicts HIV risk reduction for young adult MSM. Journal of International AIDS Society, 16 S2. Read the entire … Continue reading
With so many sexy costumes available these days, I dressed up in my sexiest panda pajamas. My students loved it.
Whether or not “Blurred Lines” is “rape-y,” it objectifies female bodies and disregards the woman within.
I’m still working my mind around the full media artifact that is “Blurred Lines.” I find the video offensive. On its face, it features three fully clothed men objectifying and fetishizing naked women (unrated version available here) who seem to … Continue reading