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Reproductive Politics in YA Literature

Everyone’s read The Handmaid’s Tale, right? With its dystopian vision of a future where the few women who are fertile are kept like slaves? Well, with reproductive rights being so hotly contested right now, it’s no surprise that the topic is popping up in literature again. This time, YA (Young Adult) novels offer a variety of perspectives on how a disturbing yet plausible future might emerge from our currently debated policies. It makes you wonder… Continue Reading →

Welcome To The Sexapocalypse

Thanks to the fact that I follow @KateClancy on Twitter, I found out about an essay she’d been cited in: Get ready for the sexapocalypse (some say it’s already here). Possible scenarios discussed in the essay include a world where gender completely ceases to exist, a future where body parts mutate into genitalia at random, and an extrapolation of today’s sex-selective abortions wherein men outnumber women so much that women begin to be bought and sold as scarce commodities. The idea of a sexapocalypse is interesting to ponder; its very basis depends in part on what you think is feasible when it comes to sex and sexuality in our world. Would eradicating gender roles lead to chaos and the downfall of society, or cause us to transcend social limitations and become angelic? Would meeting an alien species that had three genders, or none at all, challenge our ideas about binary gender? Continue Reading →

Tech Guys Finally Get Some Solid State Support

Check out Menaga Miss’ music video “Hard Driving Me Crazy”

This is the hetero tech guys’ erotic dream – the cam girl who dresses up as Leeloo and Lara Croft (AND some leather suited robot-dancing lady – Aeon Flux?) and then leaps out of the monitor for some F2F sexy time.  Thanks, Menaga Miss, for including so many computer puns.  One of my favorites is “gigabyte me all night long.”  Enjoy the nerdiness. Learn about MSP posts as they happen by following us on Twitter @mysexprofessor. You can also follow Craig VanKempen, the author of this post, @craigvk and make friends with us on Facebook. Photo thanks to Reverbnation.  

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