I was recently approached to guest star in a three way. Even if you been in a group sex scenario before, it is important to really think about the pros and cons before you jump into bed with more than one partner.
What if you could have a continuous “Big O” and hundreds of metaphorical (or literal) sandwiches during just one intimate encounter?! I am talking about the art of tantric sex, or tantra. Tantra, in a sexual context, is a way of rethinking sexuality.
Getting screened for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) is so important, so why aren’t more people doing it at Stanford? This week, I’m here to talk about why, when, and how to get tested.
Every girl says, “I just want to meet a nice guy.” But do you really? What is it about bad boys and jerks that continues to be so appealing to many women? The stereotypical phrase “nice guys finish last” applies to the overly-nice men who let us walk all over them, becoming so compliant…
Tom Mallon ’14, a native of Philadelphia, was tatted back in 2010 during the spring of his freshman year on the Farm. A pair of wings flanking a star adorns his back, nearly covering his shoulder blades. He’s been running since his freshman year of high school and mainly competes in middle distances, like the 800.
Even though Stanford often seems like a safe bubble, things like sexually transmitted infections (STIs) still affect the community. According to Stanford University Hospital labs, the three most prevalent STIs on campus are human papillomavirus (better known as genital warts), chlamydia and herpes.