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Pagan Sexuality and Sexual Freedom
Old Traditions Live Today! Pagans like me who believe in, talk about and practice sexual freedom are protected by the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. As individuals, and as Americans, we pagans have the freedom to choose the manner in which we...
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Body Mysteries >> Sexuality

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Another View: Keeping pace with the Newcastle community and its luminaries
He stopped by my place to reclaim his bird, Bloody Parrot, the symbol of his Pirateness only to discover the bird has become an ungovernable, unruly, licentious, chaotic – Ah, I repeat myself – creep.
SXSW 2016 Review: KARAOKE CRAZIES Kills It
With thousands of karaoke bars, open all hours, littering every corner of the country, it's an activity that reaches every part of society, servicing hoards of stressed salary workers, bored teenagers or oftentimes a more licentious clientele.
This Utahn has read every Pulitzer Prize-winning novel - ogle his book
In 1920, English professor Stuart Sherman wrote to the group's chairman, "We ought not to crown a licentious work, but I don't believe we should hold off till a novel appears fit for a Sunday School library.
The feminist poet of Hindi cinema
Much of Sahir's angst came from a childhood in which he helplessly watched his mother's oppression at the hands of his licentious zamindar father. The sensitivity that this awakened in him to women's suffering found expression in such powerful songs as ...
The Buffalo You Should Know: Before there was Canalside …
Known as “the Infected District,” “the Hooks” or just Canal Street, the area was a hotbed for licentious behavior, especially among visiting sailors. The red dots on the map show the location of “houses of ill-fame.

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