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The history of gay women is long and storied. From the creation of western civilization, same-sex attraction between women has underlay some of the greatest works of art, from Sappho’s poetry to Gertrude Stein’s writing to the revolutionary thought of Audre Lorde. While history has privileged the experiences of gay men over that of gay women, gay men and gay women have existed side-by-side since the beginning, fighting for the same rights, celebrating the same victories. Pride has the newest stories about the life of gay women, from political struggles to health issues to representation in popular media. Check it out today!

The pansexual pop singer is eyeing a return to the small screen.

PRIDE chats with the creator and the stars of the new, queer, messy AF comedy film! 

„There were so many brutal things going on in the world when the record came out, especially in America, and yet it made me feel as if all would be OK,“ said the 74-year-old icon.

Carey Mulligan and Heidi Gardner fall in love on a rocky, grey beach in a scarily accurate parody of Ammonite, Portrait of a Lady on Fire, and other queer period pieces. 

The pansexual dancer and media personality had some amazing words of encouragement for queer youth! 

The 5 Best Sex Positions for Women Who Sleep With Women

When two women have sex, it’s as beautiful, awkward, sexy, unique, and liberating as when any other kind of couple get it on. But while the world is full of info on what straight partners do in bed, there’s a lot false information out there about what goes on when two females get intimate. If you’ve never done it before (or if you just want to experiment with new positions, whether you’re straight, gay, bi, or identify any another way), it can seem a little daunting.

To clarify some misconceptions, provide sexy inspo, and remind you that good health means being fulfilled in bed—we asked a group of women to share their favorite positions for same-sex pleasure.

How do lesbians have sex?

Lesbians have sex, much like straight people and gay men.

Unlike straight people and gay men, lesbians usually don’t have a penis.

Sadly, the lack of a dangling dong seemingly causes some confusion as to what lesbians actually do.

“How does sex work without the male member?” “Is one person ‘the man’?” “Is the sex great because women understand the female body?”

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We can do whatever we like with our sex lives.

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Can Men Who Identify as Gay Still be Aroused by Women?

Many people think about sexual orientation in terms of just three distinct categories: straight, bisexual, and gay. Those who subscribe to this view usually don’t allow for anything in between—they expect that everyone will fit neatly into one of these three boxes.

By contrast, others have argued that sexual orientation is far more complex and is best viewed along a continuum. The idea of a sexual orientation continuum is not new and, in fact, can be traced back to Alfred Kinsey. His classic Kinsey Scale allowed for seven degrees of heterosexuality and homosexuality:

The validity of the Kinsey Scale has been questioned by some, though, who have wondered exactly what distinguishes one spot from another on the scale. For example, consider men who classify themselves as Kinsey 5s—what accounts for their selection of 5 rather than 6?

One possibility, of course, is that these men are indeed more sexually attracted to women than men who are exclusively gay. Another, however, is that these men just aren’t willing to admit being completely gay and feel that perhaps it’s more socially acceptable to report bisexual feelings to some degree.

A new study published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior sought to test which of these competing explanations is correct. This paper is part of a forthcoming issue dedicated to “the puzzle of sexual orientation” (for coverage of other articles from this issue on the blog, see herehereherehere).

In this study, 58 participants (all of whom currently identified as gay, were mostly White, and were aged 26 on average) completed an online survey about their sexual attitudes and histories. Thirty-six of these men also went on to complete a lab study in which their genital arousal patterns were recorded while they watched different kinds of pornography, including man-on-man and woman-on-woman.

In total, 20 of these men classified themselves as Kinsey 5s (mostly gay), while the remaining 38 classified themselves as Kinsey 6s (exclusively gay). When asked how arousing or disgusting they found the prospect of having sex with a woman to be, the Kinsey 5s rated sex with a woman as more arousing and less disgusting.

In addition, the Kinsey 5s demonstrated more genital arousal in response to woman-on-woman porn than did the Kinsey 6s.

Interestingly, sexual arousal to men (both self-report and genital) did not differ between the Kinsey 5s and 6s. In other words, both groups were equally aroused by men. What distinguished these groups of guys was their arousal to women.

Although these findings are limited in that they were derived from a very small sample, their implications are important. For one thing, they argue against the idea that Kinsey 5s just aren’t ready to commit to being fully gay. Rather, these men—all of whom identified as gay—were aroused by women to a greater degree than were the Kinsey 6s. This confirms that some gay men are indeed attracted to women.

For another, these results provide further support for the idea that sexual orientation represents a continuum and is far more complex than the simple three category view of gay, straight, and bisexual.

Side note: The study discussed above didn’t just look at the difference between Kinsey 5s and 6s—it also explored the phenomenon of transitional bisexuality. The transitional bisexuality findings are discussed in a separate blog post, which you can find here.

For more on this research, see: Semon, T.L., Hsu, K.J., Rosenthal, A.M., & Bailey, J.M. (2016). Bisexual phenomena among gay-identified men. Archives of Sexual Behavior.

Is one person ‘the man’?

And what does this question even mean? Does it mean: “Who’s on top?” or “Who’s more dominant?”

Well, look to straight couples for the answer – is the man always on top, and always dominant? No?

Lesbian couples are the same. We switch things up too. Next!

How does sex work without the – erm – phallus?

Well, much like straight people and gay men and everyone else on the spectrum, lesbians do lots of different things. The sex is varied, and different people enjoy different things.

The following list is a general guide lesbian sex, because we haven’t met and interviewed every sapphist in existence, and we can’t include every single sex-thing girls do together. (Also, some of it is everyone’s cup of tea, obviously.)

What are strap-ons?

Some lesbians use strap-ons – which are fake penises which you, you know, strap on – and some don’t. Some use them occasionally, some use them more regularly.

Some enjoy penetration, some don’t. As previously mentioned, you learn what your partner enjoys with a bit of practice and chat.

What about porn? Is lesbian sex like that?

Erm, no – not really. Watch lesbian porn for five minutes and you’ll see that lesbians have very long nails, both look like versions of Blake Lively, make loads of sexy noises (seriously, there’s so much moaning) and spit on each other a lot.

Continue watching for another five minutes and you’ll find that lesbians also love massive dildos and aggressive fingering (imagine trying to rub a stubborn stain off an old sheet with your hands), as well as forcefully smashing each other’s vaginas together.

Oh, and then you’ll notice the actual vaginas – that is, clean shaven, glistening pink, designer vaginas.

That said, is any porn truly representative and genuine? Nah, not really.

What Is a Pet Name?

Just like a nickname you’d use for a best friend, in the dating world, pet names express fondness (which isn’t to say they can’t be used to poke a little fun, too!). When it comes to your significant other, you may have a nickname for them that you use in front of friends or while out and about, but do you have a special name for them in between the sheets?

Some people need a sexy nickname for a line of work such as go-go dancing, or perhaps for a screen name online. Whatever the case, you’ve landed on this page because you are exploring the possibility of a sexy nickname. Maybe you are even looking for one for your . . . um . . . package? Anyways, let’s move on, shall we?

Looking for a spicy nickname for your man? This list has names both naughty has nice.

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„yo wtf… y’all cant be serious right?? who the hell came up with „gully wompkus“ or „burrot grande“? y’all on drugs srsly“ this deadass just made me bust out laughing

Dude no one cares and i have a new bf and he calls me kitty and kitten

yo wtf… y’all cant be serious right?? who the hell came up with „gully wompkus“ or „burrot grande“? y’all on drugs srsly

She calles ms daddY I’m a female but idm so i call her kitten

My girlfriend keep calling me alpha after she saw this web

my crush calls me baby girl in a flirty way because he teases me for being short

my boyfriend calls me baby girl, cause im short and known as the baby in our friend groups

Yes, because I love it when my boyfriend calls me patty melt

I call my wife tall fry and tthe other day she called me „mommy“ and also „big daddy“ ah! I was blushing for the next our. and or „shawty“ because im short.

I call my girlfriend The Whole Package or The Whole Damn Package

Her name is sugar pie and my name is honey bunch … We love each other and we use those names when we are kissing

Master-Kitten(you can make comments like, “kitty wanna sit on my lap,” or “kitty wanna get pet.”)

Owner-puppy (good for couples into collars and leashes during sex)

Alpha-Omega(sounds slightly better for man/man relationships)

Master-Kitten(you can make comments like, “kitty wanna sit on my lap,” or “kitty wanna get pet.”)

Owner-puppy (good for couples into collars and leashes during sex)

Alpha-Omega(sounds slightly better for man/man relationships)

I call her nut, bc I make her eat PB and J, and she makes me N U T

I am his baby girl which you didn’t mention and I call him big daddy

I need a gf for a long or short term relationship may be for fun too

ok i love this but the only one i could find was caliente and papito and i call him both of those

I wanna say “hey stud” or “hey muffin” to my bf in the morning. It’ll be the first time I give him a nickname. Which one should I use

thanks my man is super hot so his name is my cucumber

I’m the biggest flirter in the world,i mean I’m Irish

I got so many names from my boyfriend. I love it all. Buttercup, Cutie Pie, Little Sucker, Little Sinner, Bulldog, Beautiful, Sexy, Good Girl, Daddy’s Good Girl, Freaking Sweet, Baby beast, Demon Baby LoL

My boyfriend also says to me hey “belle” let me be your beast

Thank u for giving me a nice name for calling my girl.

call some one trixy poo and you gonna end up single

I called my man mi amor he looked at me and I think I like it thanks!

Some of them are so cute then there’s the rest that are so stupid, but I have to admit they are so cute, I already have a nickname from my crush it’s baby momma

Tbh with you…I don’t really like these. Most of these are cringe not cute at all

very good site and helps you to get your nicknames fast

I put my name in before this, could you say yes but cross out my name? love you-Jessa

Thanks for these names, my boyfriend keeps on calling me all the cute names and kissing me, while there I am just sitting there calling him by his real name! PS. I don’t think it’s the best idea to call your guy/chick, something like DRAGON!

Just wanted too say Thanks for all theses cool cute names i use them on This Nerd named Samuel, we knew eachother since our childhood and we been best friends for so long, and i really like him, hes got the cutest Red Hair shaved on both i’ve been dating him for 2 years, and Always slam my hand on the wall behind him and lean in close too call him one those cute would sometimes fall over blushing.

One study that looked at behaviors in speed dating found that interest can be built through simple behaviors that indicate a woman is showing initial interest. This applies not only to first dates or early dates, but also to other arenas of potentially budding romance—you know: the meet-cute at the coffee shop, the run-in at the folk concert, the drink order sent (bourbon, neat) from the other side of the bar. A woman making the first move is irresistible.

Here’s what the bi women had to say:

Overall, bi women tended to be more thorough in their responses than the guys, really breaking down the sexual dynamics between each gender.

„Women are less judgmental in my experience and both people cum in F/F,“ evangel_online wrote. „With women it’s a ‚i like this,‘ ‚Do you like this?‘ ‚how does that feel baby?‘ Thing and there’s no ‚am I taking too long to cum‘ guilt. It’s an exploration. With men it’s more primal and straight forward ‚assume the position‘ stuff.“

„Women tend to be more vocal and communicate what they want more, and tell you what they don’t like,“ added another bi-identifying woman. „Men tend to just do whatever they want and you have to give them a firm no if you don’t like what they’re doing.“

Another commenter, Fang_Jolima, spoke specifically to the differences that come with strap-on sex.

„Generally speaking, sex F/F almost always contains oral. While it is not a rule, it does happen more often, IME. Also, strap-on sex is different, bc the Giver cannot actually feel the cock, and as such must rely on cues/body language to ensure their partner is being satisfied. Also, having no feeling in the strap on means she can be totally ? focused on her partner with no distractions, and also can fuck her longer and longer without worrying about ejaculation. So, yay F/F is awesome.“

She continued, „However,.. of those reasons are why M/F sex is great… because of the sharing of feeling and sensation. And oral can be done as often as partners like. And anyone can and SHOULD learn to read their partners body language. So, for me… lesbian sex means you take turns focusing on the other person almost exclusively, while hetero sex means you get to enjoy the sensations simultaneously or separately.“

SamuraiWisdom echoed Fang_Jolima’s comments, but she also added: „Everyone’s different, but in general: Men are about the ACT, women are about the CONTEXT.“

At the end of the day, Bustersprinkles3, a bi man, broke it down best, highlighting more of the similarities than the differences. He noted that it matters less on a person’s gender and more on that person as an individual.

„To be completely honest, I choose my romantic partners based on compatibility and spark. Some people just naturally have a spark, and it draws me to them,“ he said. „I’ve had wild aggressive times with woman and sensual loving long lasting times with men and viceversa. While it is slightly different based on genitalia, the real difference is personality and chemistry between the partners.“

Things to consider

Homophobia refers to fear, prejudice, or discrimination toward persons who are gay, lesbian, or bisexual. It can take many forms, from name-calling and bullying to serious crimes like assault and murder. It is not okay for people to be treated this way because of their sexuality. Talk to someone in law enforcement if you are being physically or verbally abused.

The process of developing and experimenting with your sexuality can be hard and confusing. It may cause stress and anxiety. It could lead to a period of depression. If this happens, it is important to talk to others and get help. It may help to join a support group so you don’t feel alone in the process. Keep in mind that every type of sexuality is normal and okay. There is nothing to be ashamed about.

„It might sound cliche, but I really do prefer scissoring,“ one 23-year-old says of this classic lesbian sex position. Scissoring typically involves two people reclining on their sides and grinding their pelvises, legs tangled and swiveling. But despite how easy it may seem, IRL it’s little complicated. It can be awkward to maneuver into a position that feels good, especially when you have a different body type than your partner, or if neither of you is very flexible.

Plus, holding yourself in position as you rub against your partner requires some upper body strength. “It’s easy to do it poorly or for the position itself to not work. It takes work, it takes energy, it takes endurance. But when you’re with a partner who it works well with, it can be really intimate and pleasurable,” the 23-year-old says. “There’s just something about that direct genitalia contact that is so damn sexy.“ Remember, this is a more active position, so use lube; it’ll add a nice glide.

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Nadia Bokody attends a sex party on her first episode of ‚Nadia Goes …’…

Nadia Bokody attends a sex party on her first episode of ‚Nadia Goes …‘

‘Gross’ sex act men love but women hate. Picture: Instagram/Nadia BokodySource:Instagram

At least, that’s what I was led to believe growing up.

“Private parts” seemed to be the only acceptable term for the place I was perpetually cautioned not to speak of.

As a young woman, my vagina felt foreign to me; like something not entirely my own.

I’d seen the outline of a vulva projected onto the whiteboard in health class – when we were learning about periods and how babies were made (both of which sounded painful, and not like something I was interested in) – but I’d never seen my own genitals in real-life.

“Have you ever looked down there?” a friend giggled over recess one day, as we were scoffing back warm sausage rolls.

“Ew, gross! No way!” another girl in the group exclaimed, spitting out flaky chunks of pastry in disgust.

Sex columnist Nadia Bokody believes there’s a sexual double standard that needs to end. Picture:

I didn’t wriggle a hand mirror into my underpants until I was in my mid-twenties – immediately struck by a dichotomous sense of awe and horror upon seeing myself.

There was a confusing, ever-shifting set of parameters around what it meant to possess a vagina.

“Close your legs!” my mother would snap, as I played with my Barbie dolls on the living room floor, letting my legs splay open.

In contrast, everywhere I went, boys spread their legs with pride, drawing attention crotchward. There were loud public jokes about their genitals and the things they did with them, too.

Still, I was regularly reminded, “Cross your ankles. It’s not ladylike for girls to open their legs.”

The directive took on a more implied tone when I became sexually active. I was warned at every possible turn, boys didn’t like girls who slept around. Casual sex was something only to be enjoyed by men. Have too much of it as a woman, and you’d be deemed “loose” and “not wife material”.

Women can often struggle to enjoy oral sex because of the shame associated with our genitals. Picture:

There were contradictory messages about how I should look, too.

“Men hate fake women. Natural is best,” I was told, while simultaneously being marketed a slew of products – most of which resembled torture devices – to remove the “unsightly” hair that sprouted from between my legs.

And no matter how much I washed it (and wash it I did), my vagina felt inherently unclean. Every trip to the supermarket was a reminder of this: an entire row of the toiletry aisle dedicated to “feminine hygiene” washes, wipes and fragrances insisted my genitals should smell like daisies or “a fresh summer’s day” at all times.

And so, when my first boyfriend ventured down south, I politely squeezed my legs shut.

“It’s okay. You don’t have to,” I murmured, feeling my cheeks burn hot with shame.

It was a scenario that would go on to be repeated throughout my adult life. Though, while I was busy nudging men’s heads away from my thighs in a bid to protect them from my unsightly, unscented vagina, I wasn’t nearly as discerning in reverse. (I spent most of my twenties kneeling before guys who didn’t appear to possess the same chronic paranoia – let alone awareness – of how their junk smelled.)

In contrast, men will accept oral sex without a second thought. Picture:

A 2016 study published in the Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality suggests my experience is not unique.

The study found women are far more likely to perform oral on our male partners than we are to receive it. While 63 per cent of men reported receiving oral during their most recent sexual encounter, just 44 per cent of women said the same.

Additionally, 53 per cent of men described the experience as “very pleasurable”, in contrast to the depressing 28 per cent of women who could say the same.

Which makes sense. After all, it’s hard to enjoy yourself when you’re fretting about whether your genitals smell like a bouquet, are convinced you’re deformed and too hairy, and wrestling with a lifetime of conflicting messaging around how and when you’re allowed to even let anyone see between your legs in the first place.

My hunch is, the oral sex gap has far less to do with men’s willingness to perform oral (though there are men who won’t, and they’re best described as selfish douchebags unworthy of the effort required to tear open a condom), and far more to do with female sexual shame.

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The vast majority of women I speak to confess they won’t let their partners perform oral because they’re “not comfortable” with it (this is in spite of confessing they don’t enjoy giving oral either, but do it to please their partners anyway).

An equal number quote degrading insults an ex has made about their vulvas that have left them convinced they’re too smelly/hairy/loose to ever let a sexual partner see their genitals up close again.

It’s not a coincidence so many of us have a negative relationship with our vaginas. Women’s shame is big business.

In spite of the fact the vagina is self-cleaning (side note: the penis is not), and definitely NOT designed to smell like Chanel No. 5, vaginal douches are expected to be a $42.7 billion industry by 2022.

Women are under tremendous pressure to keep their vaginas desirable. Picture: Instagram / Nadia BokodySource:Instagram

Meanwhile, our obsession with recreating a hairless, pre-pubescent aesthetic (both creepy and impractical, given pubic hair’s role in keeping bacteria away) has spawned an emerging generation of men who’ve never actually seen a woman with pubic hair. Like, ever.

And perhaps most concerningly, labiaplasty – a cosmetic surgery procedure that’s been compared to female genital mutilation – has exploded in popularity over the past decade, with girls as young as 11 reporting concerns about how their vulvas look.

(Incidentally, if you’re a woman who believes your vulva is ugly, it’s worth visiting The Labia Library – an online project dedicated to showcasing dozens of different vulvas in all their nuanced glory.)

Until we teach girls their vaginas are not dirty, dangerous things to be hidden away, they’re likely to continue growing into women who believe a part of their body is so unacceptable, they won’t even let an intimate partner see it.

That might seem like a fairly insignificant detail, but it’s not. Because asking for, and unapologetically enjoying oral sex is, in its essence, about claiming pleasure. And when we deny ourselves access to pleasure as women, what we’re really doing, is saying we’re not worthy of the same thing we’ve afforded to men throughout all of history.

Can people be forced or convinced to change from gay to straight, or the other way around?

No. Some people feel pressured to change their sexuality. This is not possible. Trying to be someone you aren’t can lead to stress, anxiety, and depression. It can be harmful to your mental, physical, and emotional health.

I think I might be gay. How do I know if I really am?

Over time, you will figure out if you are gay, straight, neither, or both. You may experiment to see what makes you comfortable and happy. The process may take a while. Your decision may be hard for you and/or others close to you to accept. It is important to be honest with yourself and with others.

What does “coming out” mean?

The process of telling people about one’s sexual orientation is often referred to as “coming out.” This process can be easy or hard. The phrase “in the closet” may be used to refer to someone who is gay, lesbian, or bisexual, but hasn’t told friends and family members yet.

Curve Comes Home

Franco Stevens came on the Bay Area scene in the late-1980s, eager to immerse herself in the lesbian community she knew existed there. She went to A Different Light bookstore in the Castro looking for a magazine that would connect her to San Francisco’s vibrant lesbian scene only to be told that no such publication existed. She took a job at this same bookstore, and met other women hungry for the same sort of magazine…

Jewelle In The Crown

The women who gravitated towards Curve were often so unique and multitalented that it was entirely possible a lesbian might be both the subject of one article — and the author of another! Jewelle Gomez is one such lesbian…

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Hazard a guess who which absurdly hot „straight“ gay porn star was prancing around outside my office all fucking day shirtless yammering into his sidekick with his girlfriend while waiting to film his scene while I tried (and failed) to get a single thing done all fucking day?

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Same-sex marriage in Brazil has been legal since 16 May 2013, following a National Justice Council decision, which orders notaries of every state to perform same-sex marriages.

Same-sex unions had already been legally recognized since 2004. Following a ruling of the Supreme Court of Brazil, so-called stable unions (Portuguese: união estável) had been available for same-sex couples since May 2011. These unions were granted most of the rights of marriages, including adoption, welfare benefits, pension, inheritance tax, income tax, social security, health benefits, immigration, joint property ownership, hospital and prison visitation, IVF and surrogacy. This decision paved the way for future legislation on same-sex matrimonial rights. Before the nationwide legislation, the states of Alagoas, Bahia, Ceará, Espírito Santo, the Federal District, Mato Grosso do Sul, Paraíba, Paraná, Piauí, Rondônia, Santa Catarina, São Paulo, and Sergipe, as well as the city of Santa Rita do Sapucaí (MG), had already allowed same-sex marriages and several unions were converted into full marriages by state judges. In Rio de Janeiro, same-sex couples could also marry but only if local judges agreed with their request.

According to Ibope, support for same-sex couples having the same rights as different-sex couples in Brazil in 2017 was 49%, with 38% opposing. Support was higher among women, young people, people with higher educational levels and Brazilians living in the South region of the country.

The 2017 AmericasBarometer showed that 52% of Brazilians supported same-sex marriage.

Same-sex marriage (also known as gay marriage or marriage equality) is the marriage of two persons of the same sex or gender, entered into in a civil or religious ceremony.

As of 2 April 2019, same-sex marriage is legally performed and recognized (nationwide or in some jurisdictions) in:

Same-sex marriage in Brazil has been legal since 16 May 2013, following a National Justice Council decision, which orders notaries of every state to perform same-sex marriages.

Same-sex unions had already been legally recognized since 2004. Following a ruling of the Supreme Court of Brazil, so-called stable unions (Portuguese: união estável) had been available for same-sex couples since May 2011. These unions were granted most of the rights of marriages, including adoption, welfare benefits, pension, inheritance tax, income tax, social security, health benefits, immigration, joint property ownership, hospital and prison visitation, IVF and surrogacy. This decision paved the way for future legislation on same-sex matrimonial rights. Before the nationwide legislation, the states of Alagoas, Bahia, Ceará, Espírito Santo, the Federal District, Mato Grosso do Sul, Paraíba, Paraná, Piauí, Rondônia, Santa Catarina, São Paulo, and Sergipe, as well as the city of Santa Rita do Sapucaí (MG), had already allowed same-sex marriages and several unions were converted into full marriages by state judges. In Rio de Janeiro, same-sex couples could also marry but only if local judges agreed with their request.

According to Ibope, support for same-sex couples having the same rights as different-sex couples in Brazil in 2017 was 49%, with 38% opposing. Support was higher among women, young people, people with higher educational levels and Brazilians living in the South region of the country.

The 2017 AmericasBarometer showed that 52% of Brazilians supported same-sex marriage.

Same-sex marriage (also known as gay marriage or marriage equality) is the marriage of two persons of the same sex or gender, entered into in a civil or religious ceremony.

As of 2 April 2019, same-sex marriage is legally performed and recognized (nationwide or in some jurisdictions) in:

We’re saying goodbye 2020 and dance into the New Year 2021 with sexy friends and fun!

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We’re saying goodbye 2020 and dance into the New Year 2021 with sexy friends and fun!

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