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In Defense of Pleasure
Post on 28-01-2006.
The need for the female orgasm to come to the forefront of our cultural sexual dialogue By Amy Theberge and Aimee Shattuck January 27, 2006
The need for the female orgasm to come to the forefront of our cultural sexual dialogue
As all psychology, sociology, and education students know (hopefully), people learn not only from classrooms, but from friends, television, comments on the street and everything else that can collectively be referred to as “noise.” Current research, much to parents’ dismay, is showing that how much you read to your child has less effect on test scores than what their friends tell them. Again, it is the sum of the “buzz,” the “noise” around us, including formal education, from which we learn. Those students in marketing and communications are learning about this “buzz” — how can you slightly change the “chatter,” therefore that something is all of one sudden popular? Well, I don’t know the answer. But, if you do, call the Women’s Resource Center at 503-725-5672, because what we want to change is the silence around female orgasms. ...
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Narcissism at a Glance
Post on 28-01-2006.
Sam Vaknin, Ph.D. - 1/26/2006 Primary Narcissism, in psychology is one defense mechanism, common in the formative years (6 months to 6 years old). It is intended to shield the infant and toddler from the inevitable hurt and fears involved in the individuation-separation phase of personal development.Test ...
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