Monthly Archives: March 2016

Politics on Parade

Trump confuses everyone with his stance on abortion. John Kasich jumps in and says the opposite of what he has actually done towards women’s reproductive health care. Ted Cruz also jumps in, bit it is his religious advisory council that gives us the bigger picture. Utah Governor signs bill endangering women. The State battle to see which one can pass the most discriminatory anti-gay measures- and we may have a new winner.

Sex Crazy

Anti-gay State Senator goes where few dare to tread when comparing gay rights to the civil rights movement. North Carolina State Senator gloats over anti-gay victory with an extra dose of vindictiveness. Pat Robertson says something crazy yet again.

Sex Science Saturday

The case of bad science before the Supreme Court. The stunning decision in the U.K. regarding the drug Truvada.

Entertainment Spotlight

Was Wednesday’s Law and Order SVU episode unfair to the Catholic Church? Jeff has some thoughts about that. He also watched The Theory of Everything, and has his own take on that as well. More on the Hulk Hogan Gawker case. The Erotic Heritage Museum makes a play for a new exhibit of historical and possibly presidential importance.

Politics on Parade

Two huge stories broke just yesterday. It looks like bad news from the Supreme Court in the case to determine whether companies can prevent employees from having access to birth control. A major sex scandal just broke in Alabama, that may well bring down the Governor and many others.

Sex Crazy

Australian family first politician complains about accusations of bigotry while spouting bigotry. Louis Gohmert and his gay island won’t go away. The effective but crazy scare tactic used against transgendered people.

What in the Name of God

A shocking story of anti-gay abuse in the Mormon Church, and further proof that the Catholic Chruch still has a long ways to go in dealing with their massive child molestation problem.

Sex Science Saturday

A vaginal ring that could hold promise for reducing HIV infections.  A study on the effect of the Texas HB2 legislation on women seeking abortions might effect the Supreme Court ruling on the law, if Justice Kennedy can convince his colleagues to rule as he suggests.

Entertainment Spotlight

Two major cases on celebrity sexual privacy are in the news involving Erin Andrews and Hulk Hogan. The city of Dallas Texas shuts down a major adult convention.

Politics on Parade

The selection of Merrick Garland for the Supreme Court and what it means to reproductive health rights, what the Senate chose to do instead of having hearings on Garrick (and yes, it does have to do with reducing women’s reproductive health rights),  and a concerning Federal Court ruling on BDSM.