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The spot, the zone, the district

Deborah Sundahl helps women and couples find the joys of the g-spot

SEXed It’s that really fun time of year again when people start making lists of what they want to do better in the new year. How about trying a new New Year’s resolution that you will be really likely to keep? ...

Wednesday, January 1, 2014 Hunter Riley

Ending the Rape Culture

Victim-blaming and cultural norms don’t support safe, consensual sex

SEXed Welcome to rape culture. The example above is one that Jess Clark uses during presentations for people of various ages through his work at Solace Crisis Treatment Center. Clark is the education and prevention s...

Wednesday, December 4, 2013 Hunter Riley

More Than One Way

Polyamorous relationships aren’t just for swingers

SEXed If a previously taboo topic hits mainstream TV, you can hope it’s on its way to cultural, and eventually legal, acceptance.  That’s my hope for polyamorous relationships. The Showtime TV ser

Wednesday, November 6, 2013 Hunter Riley

SEXed: Accentuate the Positive

Freud student crafts useful label for talking about sex

SEXed This is not your typical sex column. My approach to sex education comes from a concept you’ve probably never heard of —sex positive.

Tuesday, October 1, 2013 Hunter Riley

Get off the Lawn

New book looks at the transformation of New Mexico’s plazas

Book Reviews Visit Santa Fe’s Plaza on any Saturday afternoon, and a diverse throng of locals and tourists, buskers and gawkers, buyers and sellers, and artists and lunch-eaters will be milling in and around it.

Wednesday, November 16, 2011 Hunter Riley
 
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