Features: Daisy Chain With Dumb Domme by GirlontheNet

When Cliterati first started, there were very few people – particularly women – writing about sex on the internet. Now, there’s an abundance of sex bloggers. But who should you read? We didn’t think it was fair for us to decide on our own but wanted to help expose (ahem) the best sex bloggers around.

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Features: Six Sexual Resolutions for 2015

Fix It. The words on the suicide note of teenager Leelah Alcorn are a chilling reminder that transphobia still kills. People flocked to #RealLiveTransAdult to offer support to others in need but we need to do more. Join the Facebook group aiming to end transgender conversion therapy and find out how else you can support

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Why It’s So Hard To Fight Gender Role Stereotyping

Feminists have been critiquing and challenging gender roles for many decades; not just since the first wavers, but at least since Mary Wollstonecraft’s A Vindication of The Rights of Woman. But why are gender roles sticking around? This is obviously a complex issue with no single answer. But one reason could be that gender roles

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Is it possible to be a tomboy in your twenties?

This article is the first in a series about “tomboy” and was originally posted as a blog on Straight Out Of Crompton. Use the #tomboy to follow and join the discussion on Twitter.  Over the last few months I’ve been thinking a lot about the definition of “tomboy”. It started as a dinner conversation with some girlfriends, each

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News: New Sex and Feminism Research Made Available by Harvard

The Schlesinger Library at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study (RIAS), Harvard University, has completed a five-year project to address its backlog of uncataloged print, manuscript, and audiovisual material.  This involved cataloging of the entire print backlog (12,813 titles), 207 manuscript collections and 8,479 unpublished audiovisual items. Unexpected discoveries include a videotape of the last

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Erotica: Her (His) Story by KL Gillespie

Be careful what you wish for, so the saying goes. Well I always was and I always wished for the same thing. For as long as I can remember, every birthday candle blown out, every shooting star in the sky, every coin thrown in the well was all about one thing. I wished for it

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Web: Nursing Clio

A new collaborative blog, Nursing Clio, has launched that aims to explore political, social and cultural issues surrounding gender and medicine. Subjects such as abortion, birth control, and the reproductive rights of men and women, are covered, with an emphasis on how they sit in society today, and considering how views, attitudes, and legislation towards

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