A look at how Limbaugh's misguided view of women evolved, and how courageous men are changing it.
Oh, Rush, Rush, Rush. Do you have any idea how deeply wounded you are? Do you not see how your thwarted view of the opposite sex is fueled by untold fear and confusion about what it means to be a man? Did you miss the sexual revolution of the 1960’s which has evolved into the awareness that sexual expression between caring, consenting adults can actually be emotionally, physically, mentally and spiritually healthy?
Research blames sexual revolution, Woodstock era, for Catholic priest sex abuse scandals.
It seems like just yesterday that the news of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church broke. Priests, billed as ministers of the Lord and trusted for spiritual guidance, were charged with inappropriate relations with children. When those charges turned out to be true, the backlash was severe. Now, a study commissioned by Catholic bishops in the U.S. say that the sexual abuse scandals—you know, the ones where some priests couldn't keep their hands off of little boys—are no reflection of the Church itself. Rather, the sexual revolution of the 60s and 70s are to blame.
Video Vixen Karrine Steffans urges women to value themselves if they want to find Mr. Right.
We each attract a certain type of man, depending on how we carry ourselves. Don't expect to have a respectful man if you, for instance, curse like a sailor. Such behavior always reflects more negatively upon you than it does to those you're cursing. As for other important aspects of your life, if you don't have any goals, principles, power, or worth, then what makes you believe you can attract a man who has any of those qualities? You are what you attract, whether you like it or not.
Contrary to what you may believe, we are not designed to follow the lead of men. They are made to follow us, at least when it comes to male and female relations.
And the consequences include inflating rates of STDs and abortions.
Chinese youths are meeting up at bars and hooking up just like Americans. It turns out though that they're familiar with the old in-and-out but are lacking fine details like birth control and disease prevention. The government is trying to remedy this but doing so in a subtle way.
Argentine women are leading social, political and sexual revolutions.
Sure their new president, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, is a woman. But that's only the tip of the iceberg of what women are doing in Argentina. They've established themselves as powerful independent forces during the troubled times of the 80's and 90's and are starting to let their presence be known.