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Why Voicing Your Opinion in the Bedroom Is So Difficult

Picture this, you meet an amazing person who meets your every description of an ideal mate. They’re attractive, witty, successful, and don’t automatically change the channel when Grey’s Anatomy comes on. There’s just one problem, the sex is mediocre if not bland. Believe it or not, there was a time when I use to think a person always climaxed during intercourse. What’s worse, I actually believed both partners orgasmed simultaneously. Blame it one the one too many rom-coms I’ve watched throughout the years. Imagine my surprise when neither of the above rang true. As shocking as it may sound, not everyone is presented with a happy ending after intercourse. Sure, the planets may align and the chemistry is on point, but there aren’t any sparks within the bedroom. What’s a girl to do? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. You’d be surprised at how many couples are dealing with the exact same dilemma. Now, I’m not a certified psychologist so I’m not going to pretend that I have all the answers. I’m merely speaking through experience, and believe …

Rape Statistics and Why They Shouldn’t Go Unreported

Judging from the confident, luxurious life, Madonna leads; it’s difficult to assume the iconic pop star lived a life less extraordinary in the past. Dig a little deeper, and one will find how far from reality that particular story actually is. While promoting her new album, Rebel Heart, Madonna made time to visit The Howard Stern Show and discussed some rather enlightening details regarding her past with host Howard Stern. During the interview, Madonna revealed, that while living in New York at age 19, she had been sexually assaulted. This isn’t the first discussion Madonna encountered regarding the topic of rape. During a 1995 interview with a British magazine, Madonna confessed to being sexually assaulted, explaining that the experience forced her to become a survivor. When asked Madge chose not to report the incident, she responded saying “You’ve already been violated. It’s just not worth it. It’s too much humiliation”  I have a vast problem with that comment, and here’s why. What is probably most shocking about the incident, isn’t the fact that it actually occurred, but that she chose not to report …