The shift, in both attitude and practice, is likely an outgrowth of the fact that anal sex has steadily been making inroads with heterosexuals over the last two decades. In 1992, a?Centers for Disease Control and Prevention?study of people age 18 to 59 found that just 20 percent of women and 26 percent of men had tried anal sex. By 2005, those numbers had risen significantly: 35% of women and 40% of men between the ages of 25 and 44 said they’d had anal sex at least once. By the time the?CDC?again posed the question?in 2006-2008 to 13,495 people between the ages of 15 and 44, heterosexual anal sex was more popular than ever. Forty-four percent of men and 39 percent of women had engaged in straight anal sex, a leap that seems nothing short of impressive. It follows that the ever-expanding perception of the anus as a sexual organ would manifest in multiple―and fluid―forms of butt play, from sticking to licking.
The idea that epic fantasy is somehow a “male” genre is apparently entrenched at the New York Times. Most notoriously, critic Ginia Bellafante wrote a disgusted review of the series’ premiere in 2011, implying that “the Dungeons & Dragons aesthetic” has no place in a high-class venue like HBO. “While I do not doubt that there are women in the world who read books like Mr. Martin’s,” Bellafante wrote, “I can honestly say that I have never met a single woman who has stood up in indignation at her book club and refused to read the latest from Lorrie Moore unless everyone agreed to ‘The Hobbit’ first. ‘Game of Thrones’ is boy fiction.”
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I have to speak to the issue that people always raise, You can’t erase history! Are you trying to change the past??No. But when you, for example, name a highway?which starts right across the Potomac River in Arlington, Virginia,?and it goes down through Mississippi,?out west, and finally ends at the Canadian border near?Seattle, for Jefferson Davis, that doesn’t teach anyone anything about what Jefferson Davis did, except that he is in the past, and is to be honored.
Set, according to Artie, in the Swiss Alps village of Gstaad, there was a kind of alternate-universe feeling to the whole production, as if it were unfolding not on a public-TV soundstage in Lima but in a blandly benevolent dream space — one in which the characters all got along fantastically well and never cut each other down in public or stole each other’s boyfriends and girlfriends, and one in which it was possible to call Christmas “Christmas” rather than “the holidays” without seeming exclusionary. Herbie the Elf — sorry, Rory the Irish exchange student — even invoked “A Charlie Brown Christmas” by reciting from the New Testament, Linus-style. (“Lights, please.”) During a season in which “Glee” feels even more slapped-together than it already did, this charming interlude was a reminder of what the show can do when it puts its mind to it.
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