Browsing All posts tagged under »sexuality«

Learning About Sex, Part 1

May 12, 2015

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I know I talk a lot about sex. I like talking about sex so much that I majored in it. But it wasn’t always like this. There was a time when I knew nothing about sex, and that was well into my late teens. Even though my first sexual experience was at the tender age […]

Random Memories

September 18, 2012

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1984. My father has just returned from a trip to the states. Among the many gifts he has brought back, he gives my brother, sister and I a stack of postcards, telling us that we should divide them up. One of them immediately grabs my attention. It is the close-up of a gorgeous face of […]

Who’s On Top?

August 29, 2012

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Warning: This is what a post looks like when I’m trying to think something through that has too many layers and on which I have done very little to no research at all. In other words, this post is all over the place. Your thoughts are very much appreciated. When I was starting to deal […]

This is not about homosexuality

August 6, 2012

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The arrests of 36 (35?) men in a gay porn cinema last week have sparked outrage in Lebanon (and across the world), mostly as a result of the anal probing “tests” that were done to them prior to their release. It has also sparked fear among the gays of an upcoming crusade against them. It […]

We Suck Dicks

August 1, 2012

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We suck dicks. We swallow. Sometime we spit. We deepthroat, we bite, we suck on the balls. We lick pussies. We fuck. We put things in our orifices: toys, cocks, fingers, wrists. We kiss. We moan, scream, talk. We talk dirty. We read erotic novels with our hand down our pants. We sext, we flirt, […]

Born this way

April 30, 2012

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I have the world’s most awesome sister. I know everyone says that, but I really do. She’s an established painter. She was a key adviser in developing a Convention for the UN. At 30, she started learning to play the guitar. She’s written a book dealing with the death of someone close to her. She’s […]

Debates on the participation of women and being ‘out’ (A Lebanese LGBT History Post)

April 5, 2012

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When Clubfree was first created in the late 1990s, it was a secret group. In order to join, you needed to know at least one other member, and the initial meeting was always done in a public space. There was endless talk about how public the group should be, and whether or not the group […]