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Bringing Sexy Mac: Masturbation—Get Down With Yourself!
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Bringing Sexy Mac: Masturbation—Get Down With Yourself!

Alrighty folks, it’s about time we talk about masturbation. I’ve been thinking about sex a lot recently (thank you, women’s, gender and sexuality studies and educational studies for allowing me to do both my capstones on sex education). But before we can really talk about sex – and I mean really talk about sex –…

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We’re bringing Sexy Mac: miles past vanilla

By Delanee Hawkins Inspired by last week’s cautionary tale about combining food with sex, this week’s edition will feature two riskier kinks/sexual practices, cock-and-ball torture and erotic asphyxiation, with tips on how to minimize these risks. Whether you’re a connoisseur of erotic asphyxiation or don’t consider yourself an inch past vanilla, this week’s column is…

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Bringing Sexy Mac! Happiness as a Process

“I believe that happiness is a process.” During the Senior Farewell dinner for the Bonner Community Scholar Program, April Bethea, ’14, began a reflection on her four years here at Macalester with this line. As the year draws to a close, more and more of these kinds of farewells crop up as people submit their…

Bringing Sexy Mac! Manic Pixie Dream Girls
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Bringing Sexy Mac! Manic Pixie Dream Girls

We all have our guilty pleasures. There are reality TV aficionados, who know the names of every Real Housewife and have watched the entire spread of the Discovery Channel’s options. There are Facebook gamers, who always seem to be in the middle of waiting for a new life in Candy Crush or other King games….

Bringing Sexy Mac! (Slut)Walking a fine line of shaming and reclaiming
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Bringing Sexy Mac! (Slut)Walking a fine line of shaming and reclaiming

On October 5th, starting from a pavilion in Father Hennepin Bluffs Park, SlutWalk MN will return to Minneapolis. If it is anything like the SlutWalk I went to as a first year, there will be hundreds of protesters, mostly women, but people of all genders can be found in the crowd, gathered to march the 1.8 mile walking trail around the West River in protest of rape culture and sexual assault.

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