Lunchtime Poll: Text or Talk?

As a genuine certified Old, I’ve lived the vast majority of my life without the ability to text, and instead have had to use my own voice to talk to other people over the phone. Here’s a secret: I hate talking on the goddamn phone. Read More Lunchtime Poll: Text or Talk?

Adventures at Babeland: Review of “The Art of Oral Sex” Workshop

Babeland is more than just a sex toy shop. The folks who work there are not simply cashiers or shop workers–they’re known as sex educators. And that’s exactly what two Babeland employees, Lauren and Lila, did. I attended and got majorly schooled at the workshop “The Art of Oral Sex” at their NYC SoHo location (which I had never been to, and is an absolutely beautiful and spacious haven of dildos, lube and porn, oh my!). (Warning: NSFW!) Read More Adventures at Babeland: Review of “The Art of Oral Sex” Workshop

LTP 6/24: Are You a Text-a-holic?

For today’s poll I want to know: How much do you text?  I am a utility texter, I will text if I have a quick question or want to remind my husband to do something, but if it will require more than three messages on my part I would rather just talk. Read More LTP 6/24: Are You a Text-a-holic?

The Age of Dick Pics And Why Weiner Should Have Stayed

Back in February, I attended a Planned Parenthood rally here in NYC. There were at least 20 speakers at that rally, many of them great, but one of the best was Anthony Weiner. Having just come from a pro-labor rally also being held that day, he spoke with passion about women’s rights. Read More The Age of Dick Pics And Why Weiner Should Have Stayed

C U L8R: The Changing Forms of Communication

This morning as my kids were playing quietly by themselves, I was indulging in some online time with Selena. We were swapping emails back and forth. For a moment, I thought about switching over to G-Chat, but  I didn’t. It wasn’t really necessary, we were emailing just fine, every 5-10minutes to each other. At the same time, I was skimming Twitter and catching up on Facebook. Read More C U L8R: The Changing Forms of Communication