Can they be taught to see it more critically? Photo illustration by Sara Cwynar. By Maggie Jones. Then in ninth grade, he found online porn sites on his phone.
The first time I heard a mother of girls talk about the teenage oral-sex craze, I made her cry. The story she told me—about a bar mitzvah dinner dance on the North Shore of Chicago, where the girls serviced all the boys on the chartered bus from the temple to the reception hall—was so preposterous that I burst out laughing. The thought of thirteen-year-old girls in party dresses performing a sex act once considered the province of prostitutes we are talking here about the on-your-knees variety given to a series of near strangers was so ludicrous that all I could do was giggle. It was as though I had taken lightly the news that a pedophile had moved into my friend's neighborhood.
A photo of two Dutch newlyweds is going viral — and it's a bit more, uh, intimate than the usual wedding-day shot. This week, photographer Michel Klooster posted a photo of his clients, who wished to remain anonymous, from their wedding. The pose, however, was a little different than the typical "stare lovingly into each other's eyes" trope: It hints at the bride giving the groom a blow job in the middle of the woods near their venue. Who thought of the idea? According to BuzzFeed, it was none other than the mother of the bride. Unsurprisingly, people had strong reactions to the image. Many social media users found it cheeky, calling it "out of the box" and funny. Others thought it was entirely distasteful, or they took issue with the photographer posting it online.
Skip navigation! Story from Sex. Allegedly popular amongst high school students in the early aughts, these parties had their media heyday when this author was somewhere between 12 and years-old. Now, you might be asking yourself: What is a Rainbow Sex Party? That sounds fun! Either way, we have the on this once frenzy-inducing phenomenon. So what is a Rainbow Sex party exactly?