Lock focused much of his choreographic attention on Louise Lecavalier, a dancer in his company.
Lecavalier, whose appearance was muscularly androgynous and whose dancing was explosively risky, contributed to the revolutionary and cutting-edge feel of "Human Sex" at the time of its premiere.
Count Tim and Countess Lea of the House Van Doorn claim to be real life vampires and think that sucking blood is better than sex.
The couple wear fangs, drink blood and avoid the sun (although going out in the daylight only makes Lea uncomfortable instead of turning her to ash).
Para os garotos, flores na lapela, remendos com retalhos e muito xadrez para compor o estilo caipira.
Fotos: Manequim Passo a passo para fazer roupa caipira – Para os meninos, separe a calça jeans mais velha – se estiver curta, melhor ainda – e uma camisa xadrez.
A boat full of migrants came ashore on a beach in Spain, which was full of sunbathers and vacationers at the time.
It's not known where the boat originated, but many migrants from North Africa and the Middle East have been making their way to Spain.
Wireless Lab, the Russian techie behind the popular app, received criticism of “blackface,” after a controversial photo of Donald Trump circulated online.
), clinical psychologist, blogger, and frequent Savage Love guest expert—has launched a new online video project. Ley is taking on sexual shaming and the damage it does. Essentially, it's interviews of people, talking about ways in which sexual shaming has affected them, and more importantly, how they overcame it.
“I’ve spent a long time, battling the effects of sexual shame within mental health," says Dr. "What’s clear from sexual research is that it’s the shame that does damage, not the sex." I was interviewed for #No More Sex Shame—you can see my video here—and I interviewed Dr. The series is on Youtube, and contains about a dozen videos now, with more coming every week.
Whether we are talking about homosexuality, porn use, promiscuity or nonmonogamy, or what have you, it's the social shaming of these behaviors that causes people pain, and leads to depression, stress and life problems.
I've been fighting this for a long time, and made some progress, but realized I needed to start paying more attention to the positive, empowering elements here. What I've loved so far, is that I learn with every interview—there are types of sexual shaming I never expected, and there are beautiful, creative and empowering ways people have beaten sexual shame, and taken control of their lives and sexuality.
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I realized I needed to know more, about how people overcome this shame. In your practice, in your research, how have you seen sex shame harm people?