EmpowerU BrittanyEmpowerU is a fantastic program that every Cal student is required to take. The facilitators Alicia and Gill use a safe and sexy approach with their awesome revamp of the program.  As opposed to the old version of the program that students in the past may have attended, the newly revised version is interactive and entertaining and truly gets its point across.

Sexual assault is a difficult topic to address on any occasion and in a formal setting such as EmpowerU, it can be triggering and even tense. However, Gill and Alicia did a fantastic job at relieving any stress that may have been promoted with light hearted and enthusiastic discussions on otherwise intense topics. It promotes active discussion regarding how and why you might intervene to prevent sexual assault in a subtle and effective way. Furthermore it helps educate individuals on how to direct a person to help in the event they need.

The new EmpowerU film will help educate students on a basic social skill that many people avoid or even lack. It’s difficult to intervene in a tense situation, especially if it involves a stranger and this revamped version of EmpowerU certainly teaches students how to stand strong for themselves and for others. This is important and certainly applicable during the current rush of sexual assault complaints filed against the campus. Where there are steps toward prevention there is another small step towards reducing or eradicating sexual assault as a whole.

That said, its great to see the changes around campus as a result of the current campaign against sexual assault. A topic long held in the dark it is refreshing to see it more actively combated through tools such as EmpowerU.

~ “Bondage” Brittany


Brittany Sather HealthThis past semester I had the fantastic opportunity to lead an LGBT workshop for the Sather Health group on campus  in Evans hall. Sather Health focuses on delivering accurate health information to the student body through their own website. As a result they have different speakers come in to discuss various health topics over the course of the semester.

They were a warm and welcoming group eager to learn, if a bit shy. Which is understandable as sexuality is a difficult topic to broach and not everyone is always as eager to do so as I can be. Unfortunately for me, before I could even get the workshop started, technology was against me! I had a handy power point presentation for them full of awesome facts and cool pictures, but alas, the projectors refused to cooperate with my laptop.  So instead,  I had to default to a plainer lecture mode. Luckily I had some interactive activities up my sleeve such as a visual Kinsey scale and two truths and 1 lie.

Overall, the group was incredibly receptive to the information I had for them and I’m thankful they bore with me and didn’t get too antsy when I tried to use the chalkboard. Did you know chalk gets everywhere when you use it? It definitely gave me a new appreciation for my GSI’s.  That said, it was a true pleasure to present for Sather Health and I hope I gave them new insight into the LGBT community!

~ “Bondage” Brittany

Brittany LGBT HealthEquality should be a right and not a prize to be won. Unfortunately in our society, it is difficult to discern when and where equality is sufficient. Thus, our society is intrinsically unequal. Campaigns such as the Human Rights Campaign (often denoted by a gold equal sign on a blue background) attempt to promote equality for the LGBT community.

LGBT stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender. Often members of the LGBT community are stigmatized and discriminated for their life choices. They are placed in a position of inequality and lower status in comparison to the heterosexual norm.  Such stigmas result in a fear of health care due to policies, which often discriminated against members of the LGBT community. This prejudice of the health system resulted in uncomfortable encounters with medical professionals, which proved inadequate and often resulted in avoidance of health care.

October 2013 efforts were made to improve the quality and availability or access to health care for the LGBT community. It is an effort to combat the stigmatization and discrimination (and on occasion criminalization) associated with LGBT health procedures. This in turn would assist in decreasing Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) transmission among the community. For example, in 2008 the CDC reports 63% of syphilis cases occurred in homosexual and bisexual men. This is a result in part of insufficient health care and in some cases insufficient availability of health care.  However, please remember that STI’s are not solely for members of the LGBT community – anyone practicing unsafe sex can be the unfortunate recipient of an STI. Therefore it is important to practice safe sex whenever a sexual encounter is likely to occur.

The move towards universal health services for hetero-normative communities and LGBT communities alike is a momentous step. It is an inch towards equality that is incredibly important for public health and the health of individuals in the LGBT community. That said, it is best to keep it “Safe and Sexy” for any person- so don’t forget that Tang provides safer sex supplies for a small fee so take advantage of it!


~ “Bondage” Brittany


Response to: http://blog.aids.gov/2013/11/a-victory-for-lgbt-health-in-the-americas.html


DeCal student DominiqueI completed my Random Acts of Sexiness on Monday, 28 April at around 2:30pm with Connor! Before beginning my Random Acts of Sexiness, I ran into my SHEP DeCal Facilitator Daysha and I was so excited that she was so excited to see us do this. We started out in front of GBC, then up Sproul Plaza and I ended over at Dwinelle Plaza. I only gave out a little over half in the hour I was there, with about 12 left over. It seemed like Connor had an easier time handing them out, because I sure didn’t. Some folks looked at me funny, others laughed and were quick to decline. It seemed as though nobody was down for protecting themselves and staying safe and sexy! But that’s cool too – they have their reasons. However, there are always the few people who were super excited to receive a little treat…

~ Sex 101: Topics in Sexual Health DeCal student

Welcome back to Penetrative Porno! This week I’ll be reviewing the category of BBW, which stands for “Big Beautiful Woman” or “Big Busty Woman” depending on who you ask. The section on pornhub is full of large, beautiful plus size women who range from being slightly overweight to very large; the variation seems endless. It’s good to see that PornHub has something other than stick thin women on screen, but it’s also frightening that a lot of these women are degraded for their size instead of having it treasured and accepted as normal.

The video I’ll be reviewing today is called Sexy Fat Wife Minnie Mayhem teases and fucks stud Tony:

http://www.pornhub.com/view_video.php?viewkey=1377561545 PP 7

I picked this video because I really did identity with Minnie, and she seemed to have a sassy personality and a relatively realistic attitude when it came to interacting with Tony. The role-play situation starts out with Minne standing in front of the TV as Tony attempts to watch it, and thwarting his attempts at watching the game by motorbotoring him from over the couch. Already, I’m hooked, and Minne’s breasts and make-up look great.

Tony licks Minne’s tits and then it cuts immediately to a shot where Tony is fucking her. The angle is amazing, and Minnie’s soft moans are on-point. They fuck for a while on the couch, and even through you can’t see Tony, Minnie is the star of the show, and her tits jiggling and bouncing along with the rest of her body make her facial expressions even more believable.

Tony caresses her stomach, generally kneading her body and the shot ends with Minnie grasping his dick in ecstasy.  I’ll definitely give this video a 5/5 Woodys.


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Ticha Community 1 Asian American community at Berkeley boasts a diverse range of students of all nationalities and ethnicities, making up a staggering 40% of the newly admitted freshmen this year on campus, my community of choice was a broad range of individuals. I decided to team up with APASD, which is the Asian Pacific American Student Development, which is a program that serves the diverse and changing needs to the Asian Pacific Islander (API) community. They provide accessible and relevant programming and resources, cross-cultural community building through education and empowerment. Since most of APASD already was familiar with doing workshops and outreach, I asked Vy Hoang for her help and soon we were work -shopping for the communities that the APASD was already educating and reaching out to.

Vy was our special focus on the API community, so after Anal-Play Angela and I would give our SHEP information, Vy would jump in with speicifc analysis on the community.

Our first workshop was for the Asian Pacific Islander Conference, and was titled #NotYourAsianBlowUpDoll and focused around Sexual debuts and Healthy relationships.

Our second workshop was with the Southeast Asian Student Coalition, and I saw many familiar faces from the previous workshop. Our focus was on Sexual positivity and Consent. This workshop was especially dear to me because I am half Thai, so the experiences and intersectionalites as it specifically applied to myself and my mother, made me feel very connected to the stories our community shared during the time in the workshop, and I think I really want to make a difference specifically in the southeast Asian community, where voices of marginalized women are sometimes hidden underneath the predominant narratives of east Asian women.

Ticha Community 2Our third workshop was for the Asian Pacific American Theme house, and this workshop focused also around healthy relationships (consent!) and sexual debuts, as we were presenting to a majority first-year API group, all facilitators thought it was very important to emphasize and role play asking for and giving consent within this community.

We have two or three more workshops planned, so hopefully we can get the details of all the specific workshops worked out over the next week, but I would really love to do a sexual pleasure workshop in this community because I feel as if I haven’t had the opportunity to do so yet, and I think some very good discussions would come out of it, with Hardboiled magazine, and the Queer and Asian Conference.

I think overall I really learned a lot about this community, and they received it very well, with progressive open minds and smiling faces, I genuinely think a lot of women especially in the API community learned very valuable information. Vy and other members of the API spaces have expressed their concerns that sex is often a slilent topic within the community and I’m glad that I was able to provide a forum in which we could open up a discussion and engage in discourse about these issues.

My community can continue to learn about sexual health information by engaging in our SHEP decal, and coming to more SHEP outreach events. I also know that there is an Asian Pacific Islander health issues decal, so I’m sure they also provide very great information.

~ SEXpert, Ticha


Sexual Assault Blog EthanI recently read an article that spoke about several facts about sex offenders and how these facts are more shocking than some would expect. The article, Megan’s Law – Facts about Sex Offenders – was outlined in a true-false questionnaire fashion, which allowed the reader to ponder these generally conceived questions before learning the truth. Some of the information listed in this article pertained to the reasons that sexual offenders participate in these unethical acts. It is stated that they do not do so in order to gain sexual satisfaction or because they cannot find a consenting partner, when in fact, many offenders are married, in a relationship and only commit these acts in order to feel some sort of power or control over their victim. Something that I knew going into the article was the fact that sexual offenders are often familiar to their victims and are usually close to them or attempt to get close before abusing them. This lulls their victim into a false sense of security, I believe, and allows them to do whatever they want to the child or adult victim over time.

The article mostly tried to debunk many of the common misconceptions people have about sexual offenders and who can potentially be one. Women, just as much as men, can be sexual offenders and most victims do not say that they’ve been assaulted right away due to feelings of fear and confusion. To me, this scares me because it shows that there could be an invisible world out there, and a community of people that have been hurt or scarred by these events. But at the same time, the people that do step up and speak out their experiences are probably some of the bravest and most humble.

~ “Eat ‘em Out” Ethan

Original source: http://meganslaw.ca.gov/facts.htm

DeCaler Yujung Kim.fwMy experience of handing out condoms on Sproul was interesting. It was one hot Friday afternoon in April between one to two o clock. I gave out total 60 because I could not partake in giving out condoms during condom week. I distributed with my friend, Keistrel. This experience was very interesting because many individuals had different reactions. Some people shamefully walked away while others smiled and grabbed it in a heartbeat. For example, a Cal athlete jeered at me for giving a standard-sized condom. This one particular guy said he would not need it because he is practicing abstinence and believes in sex after marriage. I gave him a high-five for staying true to his beliefs and wished him luck.

I also noticed that people who participate in Greek System were more prone to take condoms without shame or grossness. Two fraternities who was doing a philanthropy event and the other handing out flyers for an event on that day, each took a condom. When I handed these to familiar faces whom I seen in my class, they did not take it. I think they didn’t take it because they didn’t want me knowing about their sex lives. These varied reactions of people made me realize that sex is perceived differently to different groups of people. Overall, it was a great learning experience and I was glad to promote safe sex on my campus.

~ Sex 101: Topics in Sexual Health DeCal student

Welcome back to Penetrative Porno! Today, your host, Rub-One-Out will be talking about Hentai! “Hentai” literally means pervert in Japanese, but most commonly defined as a subgenre of the Japanese genres of manga and anime, characterized by overtly sexualized characters and sexually explicit images and plots. Which warrants it a section on Pornhub, boasting an array of 3-D animated naked women and monsters in addition to the traditional manga and anime figures engaging in carnal acts.

The video I’ll be reviewing today is called Red-Head Babe Screwed. PP 6


The opening shot is of a red headed woman having sex with a giant animated cock, and their alternative moaning fills the air. She orgasms thirty seconds in and the animator removes the man and the dick from the shot and shows her gaping pussy with cum dripping out of it. A++ imagery as the cum drips out of her vulva.

The man seems to be interrogating her during the sex scene so it doesn’t really seem to be consensual. This video loses points here, especially when he sticks his finger into her anus. As he continues to rim her she visibly drenches the floor with her excessive vaginal fluid.

The kicker is that he’s having sex with the woman against the window, and her breasts are fully exposed. The anal is very hot, as you can see her streaming animated vagina as the man pounds her anus. The woman suddenly moans her approval and love of the sex, asking him to keep going, but as soon as she gives her consent, the man pulls out and blackmails her by saying that he’ll only continue doing her if she gives up the information; so the video turns into some kind of dirty fantasy role-play thing, which is perfect for a hentai.

The man picks her up after she spills the beans and has anal sex with her against the window, and her perfect breast bounce in unison with his thrusting. She then squirts all over the carpet and the floor, and the video ends with the view from outside the window.

I’ll give it a 4/5 Woodys for sexiness; it’s a shortie but a goodie!

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Welcome back to Penetrative Porno! This week we’re going to focusing on Disabled porn. A quick search of “disabled” into porn-hub reveals nothing but a video of two able-bodied white women, but the side bar with suggested searches has a whole plethora of horrifying ablest words.

I clicked on the “wheelchair” tab, but to my disappointment there seemed to be only porn stars that where able-bodied pretending to need a wheelchair, as after the performance they would stand up out of the chair and walk around. Neither where these disabled individuals portrayed as capable strong people, but more like victims that were being taken advantage of.

Handicap Sex 3; Scene 2, was the video I finally settled on, and it features a woman with an amputated right arm.

http://www.pornhub.com/view_video.php?viewkey=500367420   PP 5

Video opens up with the woman touching herself, and then immediately cuts to a a shot of her sucking a man’s dick. It’s a pretty regular shot, and there’s a woman laughing in the background at one point, which is kind of weird, but I got over it pretty quickly because it’s a very hot scene. The woman keeps her tongue and hand in tandem, and I really recommend watch this video if you want to know what a great blowjob looks like.  It goes on for 6 minutes, which if you’re into really long realistic BJ shots it’s great, but I lost interest at around 4 minutes.

After about 6 minutes we finally cut to a sex shot, and again A++ for using a condom! This porno gets safer sex points. The initial fucking scene is pretty hot, and the man even affectionately puts a pillow behind her back as she raises her legs. The dude has one toned ass. The fucking is a good scene, with some natural moaning and some very realistic checking and adjustment of the condom.

They switch positions several times, but the woman seems to be limited to lying on her back and not participating, but they also don’t play up her lack of an arm in a fetishizing way, which is awesome for this video.

About 18 minutes in she flips over to do doggy style, and this video really gives it a go for realism, but for a porno it takes a really long time to get any kind of variation in.  She ends up on top but bafflingly keeps her shirt on for the duration of the entire video, I’m glad she has pussy hair because life isn’t a Nair commercial

I’ll give this video about 4/5 Woodys, because it’s good, but waaay too long. I recommend skipping through it for the juicy bits.

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