“Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man”

‘Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man’ returns to Temple Theater  Des Moines Register

The hit comedy “Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man,” returns to the Temple Theater from Jan. 22 to Feb. 10. Based on the best-selling book of the …

Based on the best-selling book of the same title, author/playwright Matt Murphy has created an adaptation that works well on the stage.

The last time “Sex Tips” visited Des Moines was the launch of its national tour at Temple in 2015. It was so well received that the Des Moines Performing Arts Center has now booked the play for a three-week run at the Temple Theater.

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Should Sex-Ed Classes Teach Scenes From ‘Outlander’

Why Sex-Ed Classes Should Use Steamy Scenes From ‘Outlander’ To Teach Consent  WBUR

Many sex-ed courses teach consent, and have the students role-play it. They talk about “no means no” and the need for an enthusiastic yes. But when students return to their usual media diet, they often re-enter what some have described as a “rapey” world of forced kisses and ever more borderline-pornographic violence on shows like “Game of Thrones.”

Sex educator Deirdre O’Donnell told wbur.org, “I would say many scenes from the ‘Outlander’ television series would be a good educational tool for consent, Claire and Jamie have chemistry on the screen that feels so authentic and relatable, it might be exactly the media experience we need to break the common misconception that consent isn’t sexy.”

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Sex education teacher arrested after filming sexual abuse of girl in his classroom

  1. Sex education teacher locked up after filming abuse of girl in his classroom  

    Scott Lynch, a male teacher in Flintshire, Whales, has been sentenced for five years in prison after he took a teenage girl into his classroom after school and engaged in sexual acts with her. Lynch admitted he had fantasies about rape and incest and got her to role play that she was his daughter.

    Mr. Lynch filmed her performing a sex act on him, which continued into further sexual activity in a motel room, and sexual intercourse at his home, and in his car.

    Scott Lynch, who admitted 19 charges, was a former banker before changing careers as a teacher. He was also appointed the head of personal and social education at the school where he was employed, which included sex education and the responsible use of social media.

    Lynch was also a liaison with the local police officer on behalf of the school, but although admitting he had fantasies and a sexual interest in children, he denied that was why he had retrained as a teacher.

    Daily Post North Wales

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