Learning to love casual group sex

Vi Nguyen, the Sex on Tuesday columnist in Berkeley's Daily Californian, writes about her first threesome and how that grew into a preference for group sex over intimate relations with someone special or even a quick hook-up: But because I feel weird as hell — I’ve never been attracted to him, and this is the dude my friend is convinced she’s going to marry — I yank off his shirt and run off with it in what I hope ... (Continue reading)

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Wendy Davis to run for Texas governor: sneakers to get more attention than abortion

When Wendy Davis stood up for the right to kill preborn babies in the final trimester of pregnancy by filibustering a Texas bill that would ban abortion after 20 weeks, an obscure Texas state senator became a national hero to the pro-abortion crowd and became a national sensation. The Columbus Dispatch reported that, "The bill eventually passed, but Davis’ newfound popularity continued, and she gained $1 million in campaign contributions." It was just a matter of time until she ... (Continue reading)

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The legacy of October 4th

October 4th may not be a significant date for most people, but it is heavy with meaning for me. On that day in 2010, I had finished roughly a month of Grade 13. I came home from school and, as was routine, browsed the internet for the latest news. I found the social media profile of a favourite-musician-turned-casual-friend and saw his latest post. Did I shake with anger or fear? Did my jaw hit the floor? I don’t remember much ... (Continue reading)

Planned Parenthood invests $1 million to stop pro-life gubernatorial candidate

The Washington Post (via Hot Air) reports on the Virginia gubernatorial race attracting outside state help from pro-abortion extremists intent on preventing pro-life Republican Ken Cuccinelli from becoming the state's next governor: Planned Parenthood Votes has spent more than $1 million on television and radio ads that will soon air in the Norfolk and Richmond areas, telling women that they should not trust Ken Cuccinelli II, the Republican candidate for Virginia governor. Planned Parenthood’s various political advocacy groups ... (Continue reading)

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Tweet the Defund Abortion Canadian demonstrations (Oct 3)

Campaign Life Coalition's Defund Abortion efforts kicked off in Newfoundland on the weekend and will launch in the capitals of Alberta, Manitoba, and Nova Scotia tomorrow (October 3). It will also continue in Ontario in the form of mini-protests at the constituency offices of more than 50 MPPs (find out where here by typing in your postal code). Organizers are encouraging a Tweet-a-thon: To ensure that this campaign is NOT ignored by politicians or the media, we ... (Continue reading)

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Self-marriage: it was only a matter of time

This story is more than a year old but Acculturated is reporting it and I haven't noticed it before: A 36-year-old North Dakota woman who married herself in a commitment ceremony last March has now spoken about her self-marriage choice in an interview with Anderson Cooper. The marriage took place among friends and family who were encouraged to “blow kisses to the world” after she exchanged rings with her “inner groom”, My Fox Phoenix ... (Continue reading)

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The things that occupy my mind at night

Or: how I think Josh Brahm is influencing me for the worse. I dropped my cell phone under my bed late last night. The combination of my disability, short arms, and the wall it was wedged against made me unable to reach the phone. I tried using a few ordinary household items to pull it up – a pair of scissors and two or three coat hangers (all different kinds). One of the coat hangers eventually worked, but ... (Continue reading)

Way for pro-lifers to help in Syria

Canadian pro-lifers looking for way to help Christians suffering in Syria are encouraged to donate through the Catholic Near East Welfare Association. CNEWA is a totally pro-life organization that is helping Christians in Syria. reports: CNEWA has been able to help thousands of Christians affected by the conflict, both those in refugee stations and those who remain in Syria. Christian families, of all communities and denominations, have received food, hygiene products and other daily necessities, “winter kits” ... (Continue reading)

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Tattoos to be better regulated than abortion

Wesley Smith has a good post at NRO about how Washington, D.C. is considering a bylaw that would regulate tattoos more stringently than most states regulate abortion, including with a 24-hour waiting period after requesting a tattoo and prohibiting minors from getting them. Smith says, "it is considered by many pro choicers the height of tyranny to require an equivalent wait for an abortion. Which is the more serious procedure? Apparently, tattooing." He also notes that the opposite policies are often in ... (Continue reading)

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Porn actors get HIV

Time magazine reports that "Another porn actor tests positive for HIV." How is this news? That is four reported cases in less than a month. Why is anyone surprised? Time sees this as an opportunity to examine whether porn actors should be using condoms. Missing from the story is how having sex with numerous partners might have something to do with contracting the disease. (Continue reading)

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Divorce and kids

Writing in the Daily Mail, columnist Yasmin Alibhai-Brown looks at last night's BBC documentary Mum And Dad Are Splitting Up which says that couples split up too easily and the children are often the victims of family breakdown.  Many children of divorce end up having social and psychological troubles and often have trouble forming healthy relationships later in life. As one child of divorce says in the documentary about his parents, "They do this to us. How do ... (Continue reading)

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What I learned this summer

This week marks the end of my time working at The Interim and Campaign Life Coalition. I dread leaving the people and places that shaped my summer behind. Here are some important lessons I've learned over the past four months. I learned ... That the same core message can be used for different audiences and purposes. How to conduct interviews, and smash a few idols in the process. Some things that were knocked off their pedestals, including my solidly ... (Continue reading)

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End of Biola controversy good news for student activist

My “career” as a pro-life activist, as well as a university student, began under some rather unusual circumstances. A shadow of sorts had been cast over my first year of post-secondary school, as it marked the anniversary of this infamous incident. I was connected to the pro-life community at my institution, followed by what would become my favourite activist organization, through the arrests. Since then, the events of Oct. 4, 2010, seem to follow me ... (Continue reading)

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Abortion survivors

Listverse is a favourite website of mine. It provides precisely what it's name suggests: lists. There are business lists, animal lists, pop culture lists. A few days ago they had a list of "10 abortion survivors." We have written about Melissa Ohden before and Gianna Jessen is well-known in pro-life circles. Many of the rest will be new to readers who haven't spent a lot of time examining the issue of people surviving abortion. (Continue reading)

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LifeChain is great for beginner activists

It's almost that time of year – the annual LifeChain is coming up. I have only participated in one, and I remember two things from that day. I had lived in Ottawa for only a few weeks and did not know the bus routes well, so I was terrified of getting lost. Nobody seemed to react to our presence on the sidewalk, except for two young men who looked to be about 18. Dressed in black from head ... (Continue reading)

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