RATED VU : TURN ON THE LIGHTS

Welcome to Rated VU, a blog that focuses on cross cultural and cross-national conceptions of human sexuality. This blog is part of a larger Living-Learning Project that we are conducting at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. The purpose of this blog is to synthesize our thoughts and ideas about human sexuality as we conduct our research and encounter different experiences on campus. This also will serve as an outlet to reflect on some of our personal thoughts, questions, and ideas related to human sexuality. We hope you enjoy following our journey and learning with us about the multi-faceted topic of sex.

amaninprogress:

alyseofwonderland:

petitedeath:

flightofthecoco:

nerdloveandlolz:

This is true. I saw a documentary about it. Men’s orgasm faces are allowed in teenage comedies rated PG13, but women’s orgasm faces can often push it into NC-17 territory, no joke. [x]

This is pretty much the equation:

women receiving abuse = PG-13/R

women receiving pleasure = R/NC-17

there is a whole documentary about women vs men and sex vs violence and film ratings. i recommend it

The Documentary is called “This Film Is Not Yet Rated”

first of all, i love this actress. second of all i love this documentary

(Source: tabloid-lover, via beautifullymindful)

lesbiansandthelivingdead:

sheisahopelessromantic:

marrymyface:

bisexual guys are assumed to be secretly gay

bisexual girls are assumed to be secretly straight

both are assumed to secretly like men

see what i’m getting at?

Don’t forget that gay men are gay because they lacked a “strong male figure”. And lesbians either haven’t found the right man or are gay because of a guy.

(via restti)