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I find that Europeans are, compared to Americans, more comfortable with their bodies and with sex. In fact, I imagine even bringing up this topic in my blog might offend some Americans. Thinking through my recent travels, the examples are plentiful. My Dutch friends had a copy of a graphic, government-produced magazine promoting safe sex on their coffee table.
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Yes, indeed. With good reason, and very quickly, the deleterious effects of this measure on the lives of travestis , non-binary and trans people were denounced and critically analyzed , provoking debates in a few regional conversations of which I am part of. These discussions have inspired me to write this brief note in order to explain, in a more orderly manner than what can be done in the always-truncated exchanges that take place in WhatsApp groups, why I consider these measures unacceptable. In fact, I want to make a call for these measures to be severely contested by all persons and organizations involved in the struggles against unequal, hierarchical and authoritarian gender and sexual orders.
In a world where sex is still viewed as taboo by — especially when it comes to women — we could do with a little bit more sex positivity. Here are the five sex positive bloggers to follow in Empowering conversations about sex and health should include everyone, and these five bloggers are educating the internet about every aspect of sexuality, dismantling the taboos one by one. Pleasure was nowhere to be seen on the syllabus, and whatever was discussed was painfully heteronormative. So thank god for the internet.