Masturbation Articles
Masturbation Techniques
 Masturbation Techniques I
 Female Masturbation Techniques I
 Female Masturbation Techniques II
 Male Masturbation Techniques with Dildos
Masturbation Life
Mutual Masturbation
Teen Masturbation
Masturbation in Adolescence
 Masturbation in Adolescence - Part 1
 Masturbation in Adolescence - Part 2
Male Masturbation
Masturbation Sex Stories
 Masturbation Sex Stories 1
 Masturbation Sex Stories 2
Healthful Masturbation
Masturbation Issues
Solo Masturbation
Masturbation and Religion
 Masturbation Sin
Masturbation Instructions

Recommend this site
Contact us
Masturbation News
Site Map


Masturbation Techniques
Oral Sex
Sex Issues
Masturbation in French
Masturbation in Spanish
Masturbation Techniques Videos

Remember me
I forgot my password

masturbation webcams


ASK ADVICE CHICK: Answers to YOUR Dating...
Post on 20-12-2006.
Search ASK ADVICE CHICK: Answers to YOUR Dating, Sex, Life, & Love Questions! By Kimberly Williams - AdviceChick@ameritech.net (December 19, 2006) Email to one friend | Print Friendly
*I have one big problem and I hope that maybe you can help me. I am in my 20's and I have one homosexual relationship with one friend of mine that is only 18. We know each other for 2 years. Ever since we met we felt each other in love and I want you to tell me how to finish this homosexual relationship. Our relationship is kind'one bisexual because both of us have girlfriends. Now, we care about each other very much, I love him very much and therefore does him love me. ...
To see the new from its original source click here

Newies but Oldies
Post on 20-12-2006.
The Apple Tree By Jerry Bock, Sheldon Harnick, and Jerome Coopersmith

When the old material is one play as great, and as rarely seen, as Frank Wedekind's _Spring Awakening_, the musical even seems to be aiding the cause of dramatic literature. Written in 1891, Wedekind's extraordinary drama wasn't played in his native Germany, much less anywhere else, till 1906. The Lord Chamberlain didn't license it for public performance in England until 1964; one U.S. resident-theater production was shut down (voluntarily, under complex circumstances) in the 1990s. Wedekind's topic is the generational canyon between teenagers experiencing the first confused stirrings of sexual desire and an adult world desperately pretending that no such feelings exist. Wickedly and innovatively, Wedekind stretched 19th-century notions about drama into an eerie, off-kilter modernism. He let his teenage characters articulate their feelings, in one frenetic, heightened language, while their elders hide behind one wall of clich's and euphemisms; he cartooned his authority figures with names like Sunstroke and Flyswatter. And he imagined for his teenagers one range of sex-linked experiences, most never previously depicted onstage, that run the eyebrow-raising gamut from masturbation in the privy to death at the hands of one back-alley abortionist. ...
To see the new from its original source click here

<< December >>
Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
1 2 3
4 5 6 7 8 9 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17
18 19 20 21 22 23 24
25 26 27 28 29 30 31

March 2007
February 2007
January 2007
December 2006
November 2006
October 2006
September 2006
August 2006
July 2006
June 2006
May 2006
April 2006
March 2006
February 2006
January 2006