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Oldpeoplefacebook, Shell, and Fridge: Vel 4 PM PIV Text Message Today 3:31 PM Hey sis, fresh out of the oven I have no idea who you are Sorry about that. It's only a pie that baked. missed my sister's by one digit. O Text Message ooooo Verizon 11:41 PM Those pies looks lovely though Lemon meringue? Yes, my mother's recepi. Can have the recipe? I have never made lemon meringue pie and this seems like a sign that l should OK. The recepi is, 19" gramkracker That is 1- 9" Keebler Graham cracker ready made pie crust. 2 cans of carnation sweetened condensed milk. 5 lemons, 2 limes, 4 large eggs. Melt 14 stick of butter and baste the pie shell. Bake it at convection setting 325 for 15 minutes. Zest the lemons and the limes. The zest will be mixed with the meringue later. Seperate your room temperature egg white and yokes. Be careful not to get any yolk in with the whites. Juice the lemons and the limes. Use some of their pulp with meringue. Mix egg yolks with condensed milk. Add lemon and lime juice. Add mix to pie shell O A Text Message ooooo Verizon 11:41 PM 4 large eggs. Melt 14 stick of butter and baste the pie shell. Bake it at convection setting 325 for 15 minutes. Zest the lemons and the limes. The zest will be mixed with the meringue later. Seperate your room temperature egg white and yokes. Be careful not to get any yolk in with the whites. Juice the lemons and the limes. Use some of their pulp with meringue. Mix egg yolks with condensed milk. Add lemon and lime juice. Add mix to pie shell and bake at 325 for twenty minutes. Whip egg whites on high speed by themselves, without sugar until they start to peak. Add granular sugar and zest until they stand on their own and to taste. Use convection setting @4500 until meringue browns nicely. Let cool for 1 hour then transfer to your fridge for another 2 hours. Enjoy Hank you Thank You're welcome O A. Text Message Meanwhile, browsing Imgur, I find this Lemon Meringue Pie recipe...

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Condom, Honeymoon, and Lesbians: 1. Myth: A woman's "first time" is meant to hurt. A woman's first-time might hurt if she's not turned on enough, if her partner is too rough, or if she's feeling anxious and tense Also, while most women's hymens are worn away before their first times, it plays basically no role in discomfort during sex anyway. 2. Myth: You can tell when you (or someone else) have an STI. Unfortunately, a quick peek with a miror every now and then won't cut it. Lots of STis don't have any signs or symptoms at all, and the only way to be sure you're clear is if you get tested. 3. Myth: Hymens "break" the first time a woman has sex. Nope. Hymens can't break. They're more like a door frame than a barier. They're usually worn away by the time you're a teen thanks to things like exercise, and even walking, and if they weren't, you wouldn't be able to menstruate properly. So, if women bleed during their first time, it's nat their hymen "breaking"-it's probably vaginal tissue bleeding because of poor lubrication or 4. Myth: Taking PrEP means you don't have to use a condom. PrEP is a drug that significantly lowers the risk of becoming HIV positive and some people believe that if you take it, you no langer need to use a PrEP only reduces the risk of HIV infection, so it doesn't protect against other STDs like gonomhoea or chlamydia, and it only works if taken daily. Using a condom and PrEP also reduces the risk of Hiv even further, so it's a no-brainer 5. Myth: Most women can orgasm just from vaginal sex. Most women need stimulation around their clitoris to orgasm, and that's totally normal. Around 70% ot women can't orgasm just from vaginal sex. So it you want to orgasm during penetration, make sure that area gets some attention. 6-Myth: Using a condom ruins" sex. Can't teel anything when wearing a condom? This is most likely because you're wearing the wrong size and there isn't enough lubrication. Finding the right fit will drastically improve your experience. 7. Myth: Vaginas get looser the more a woman has sex. A locked up, squeezed up, shut-down vagina is a tense, non-aroused one, not a virginal one." When women are turned on and relaxed, their vaginal muscles loosen slightly, and tighten again after sex. Or, put another way, if giving birth to a baby doesn't permanently change the shape of a vagina neither will a penis 8. Myth: Lesbians can't really have sex. This one neads to be debunked, like now. Lesbians can detinitely have sex, in lots of difterent ways, with or without sex toys-just like any other couple 9. Myth: Virginity only involves a penis and a vagina. There isn't one solid, exact definition of what "sex is. Most of us grew up thinking losing your virginity only involved PIV sex, but this is a realy heterocentric view that excludes a lot of people's realities and experiences. The truth is, "virginity" has different meanings to different people and only you get to say when you've "lost it" or not 10. Myth: You only need to use condoms for penetration. You can get STis from oral sex, so make sure to get regularly tested, and to use condoms or dental dams- whether you're giving or receiving. You can also get STis from sex toys, so putting condoms on them reduces the risk of you catching something (and can make them last longer 11. Myth: Women should pee before sex to avoid UTls. High school lied to us. Peeing before sex is the number one cause of honeymoon cystitis. You should wait to pee after sex because a strong pee stream increases the chances of pushing vaginal bacteria back out. 12. Myth: Older people never have sex. Your gramps are totally doing it. Studies show that 60% of men and 42% of women aged 65-74 are sexually active, though the trequency of sex reduces with age Basically, sex has no expiry date. 12 sex myths debunked!
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Being Alone, Children, and Click: 9:14 AM witchwind.wordpress.comm iPad 62%-) PIV is always rape, ok? Recen individ relation Submitt oppress Published December 15, 2013 heterocage, men are violent -22 Comments Tags: giving birth, grooming, intercourse, PIV, rape, reproduction, reproductive harm, violence Just to recall a basic fact: Intercourse/PIV is always rape, plain and simple. This is a developed recap from what I've been saying in various comments here better" and there in the last two years or so. as a radfem I've always said PIV is rape and She sh I remember being disappointed to discover that so few radical feminists stated it access Hallowe clearly. How can you possibly see it otherwise? Intercourse is the very means Why do through which men oppress us, from which we are not allowed to escape, yet she sho some instances of or PIV and intercourse may be chosen and free? That makes no to radic stockho UTOPIA look lik Summa sense at all First, well intercourse is NEVER sex for women. Only men experience rape as sexual and define it as such. Sex for men is the unilateral penetration of their feminist penis into a woman (or anything else replacing and symbolising the female What's orifice) whether she thinks she wants it or not which is the definition of rape: that he will to do it anyway and that he uses her and treats her as a receptacle, in Addition all circumstances it makes no difference to him experiencing it as sexual. That and pri is, at the very least, men use women as useful objects and instruments for penetration, and women are dehumanised by this act. It is an act of violence a not s commu Recen As FCM pointed out some time ago, intercourse is inherently harmful to women and intentionally so, because it causes pregnancy in women. The purpose of men enforcing intercourse regularly (as in, more than once a month) onto women is because it's the surest way to cause pregnancy and force childbearing against our will, and thereby gain control over our reproductive powers. There is no way to eliminate the pregnancy risk entirely off PIV and the mitigating and harm reduction practices such as contraception and abortion are inherently harmful too. Reproductive harms of PIV range from pregnancy to abortion, having to take invasive, or toxic contraception, giving birth, forced child bearing and rearing and all the complications that go with them which may lead up to severe physical and emotional damage, disability, destitution, lness, or death (See factcheckme.wordpress.com for her work on the reproductive harms of PIV, click on the "intercourse series" page or "PIV" in the search bar). If we compare this to even the crappiest online definition of violence: "behaviour involving physical <p><a href="http://thecrankyconservative.tumblr.com/post/118832904670/ill-be-really-honest-with-yall-when-i-saw" class="tumblr_blog">thecrankyconservative</a>:</p> <blockquote><figure class="tmblr-full" data-orig-height="281" data-orig-width="500"><img data-orig-height="281" data-orig-width="500" alt="image" src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/b37d6c6f4ce573072a0ebbdc223214a5/tumblr_inline_no9obasZ1J1roebvf_500.gif"/></figure><p>I’ll be really honest with y'all…. When I saw someone mention ‘PIV sex’ on my dash… I had to look that shit up. I can not be expected nor assumed to know all the powerful, ancient douchbaggery at work here. <br/></p><p>This little number was the third or fourth result that came up when I googled &lsquo;PIV sex’. <a href="https://witchwind.wordpress.com/2013/12/15/piv-is-always-rape-ok/">And this isn’t even half the article.</a></p><p>Is it even possible to summarize all of the nonsense in these few paragraphs alone?</p><ul><li>women have no control over their sexual desires or exploits</li><li>women can not feel pleasure in their chosen form of sexual activity</li><li>women who get pregnant are victims of sexual assault<br/></li><li>women can not really choose to get pregnant or have children</li><li>women can not really be attracted to males</li><li>homosexuality is a choice</li><li>there is no such thing as safe sex</li><li>there is no such thing as heterosexuality</li><li>women who don’t feel attraction to other women are wrong</li><li>childbirth is wrong <br/></li><li>reproduction is wrong</li></ul><p>And of course, each one of these points spawns off into dozens of other sub-points! </p><p>I guess the realization that made me most incredulous while reading through this trash is the sheer disdain with which radical feminists seem to look down upon women and the feminine form… How much they<i> truly hate women</i>, to not just deny their ability to participate as equals in a mutually pleasurable experience with a person they love (<i>and to choose that person in the first place</i>), but to condemn their ability, their power, to give life as nothing more than a symbol of their oppression. Like the uterus is a<i> ‘proof of purchase’</i> stamp on a receipt to Victim-Mart. <br/></p><p>And, of course, lest we forget the homophobic and backwards suggestions that homosexuality is nothing more than a whimsical choice (setting back the main talking point of the LGBTQ community), and that men’s own experiences with sexual assault and violence are non-existent or non-important. <br/></p><p>The ignorance is just so beyond me I am not even capable of understanding. It’s as though this level of stupidity has not yet been closely examined by the scientific community – It has no name or identifiable origin. The victims tend to see the symptoms dissolve once they turn 16, however it may persist in some adults, manifesting itself as an insatiable urge to colour hair and wear thick-rimmed glasses. <br/></p></blockquote> <p>What the&hellip;WTF? What? And I just made the mistake of reading some of the comments, most of which affirm this. W&hellip;H&hellip;A&hellip;T&hellip;?</p>
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