TEN TIPS AND TRICKS FOR SUPER SEX SCENES
1. A Sex Scene is a Scene (or a Sequel).
A sex scene should be a scene like any other scene or a sequel like any other sequel. That is, it should either have a goal, conflict, and disaster, or emotion, analysis, dilemma, decision. It needs to move the story forward.
2. A Sex Scene is not IKEA.
A sex scene isn’t about Tab A and Slot B. It’s about character, plot, and emotion. Who does what to whom isn’t as important as how and why they do it. Don’t give a play by play. Change up the order of events from one scene to another. No two or more characters should have the same sex scene; it’s not plug-n-play either. Read On
by Peggy McIntosh
“White privilege is like an invisible weightless knapsack of special provisions, maps, passports, codebooks, visas, clothes, tools, and blank checks.”
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“In unpacking this invisible knapsack of white privilege, I have listed conditions of daily experience that I once took for granted. Nor did I think of any of these perquisites as bad for the holder. I now think that we need a more finely differentiated taxonomy of privilege, for some of these varieties are only what one would want for everyone in a just society, and others give license to be ignorant, oblivious, arrogant, and destructive. Read On
During the Passover seder, three pieces of matzah are used. As the fourth part of the Seder, the leader breaks the middle piece in half; the largest piece is set aside to be served as the afikomen (from the Greek word for dessert). In most houses, either the leader hides the afikomen and the kids have to find it, or the kids steal the afikomen and ransom it. In either case, the kids are given ‘gifts’ (often gelt, chocolate coins) for finding or returning it.
Until the afikomen is returned, the Seder cannot be concluded, as it’s the last thing to be eaten (after regular desserts even). This tradition, instituted in the Middle Ages, was devised to help keep the kids engaged and entertained during a long meal with a lot of interruptions for education. Read On