The book is written in a fun, inviting tone and is full of silly puns and cute phrases like the “mattress mambo” to put the reader at ease.
Just because you consent to one thing, you do not consent to everything. “I was on a first date with this guy and we got really really drunk,” says Jenny.
“He just ‘happened’ to miss his train, and I didn’t feel very comfortable because I felt like it was a deliberate thing. I wasn’t very happy about it but I agreed, being only 19 at the time, and we were in the middle of having sex when I sobered up and it just hit me. I remember nearly crying and him asking if I was OK, but for some reason I said I was and he continued.” Sadly, stories like Jenny’s are all too familiar.
(It's cold in the Northeast, folks.) But then we have stuff like "biting string cheese"... Like what did Jerry Seinfeld do to Kansas to inspire such disdain?
Colorado, it is 2017, why do you still have beef with *NSYNC?
There are a range of schemes to help young people understand consent, such as handing out consent kits, but these are failing to protect the very people they are designed to help.
Every discussion surrounding consent seems to centre on the simple “no means no” rule, but sex isn’t that straightforward.Katz takes the reader on a date - starting with how to plan the perfect date to suit your dating style and how to set the tone of the evening, moving on to different types of foreplay, slowly working her way to more advanced date activities including, but not limited to: sexting, orgasms, sex toys, female ejaculation, sensory play, anal sex, strap-on sex/pegging, floggers, rope, and more.Your Pleasure Map is a great, all-around guide to sex and learning more about what turns you on and gives you pleasure and how to own that pleasure.They would never go as far as to say they’d been raped, but had they consented? Sophie, 23, had been sleeping with a guy regularly.“We’d been on a date, and we knew where the night was going; we’d had sex before,” she said.The dating app Hater, which connects people based on stuff they can't stand, used info from their users to figure out what topics and things people in each state hate the most. Ok, so is it just us or are most of these head-scratchers?