Which is why my ass fell asleep at the Ween show last night. Hey, when you've slept through an air raid, a rock concert is so not a problem.
Not blogging about this:
Jane Juffer, an assistant professor of women's studies at Pennsylvania State University, devotes part of a class on feminist media studies to women and pornography.
"It's a misconception that porn ruins relationships or is only for men in trenchcoats," said Juffer, author of "At Home With Pornography: Women, Sex and Everyday Life." Juffer concedes that pornography often degrades women, but called it "a potentially positive thing," especially when "directed at couples, providing more information for a better sex life."
While the fact that Juffer teaches about pornography is a sign of growing social acceptance, she said many of her students "still think porn is for men and porn is bad."
If more pornography sites were made with women in mind, they would feel more comfortable, Juffer said.
Because I'm not really capable of that whole coherent thoughts thing right now. Do think that last one could have named Scarleteen, but this might be the sleep deprivation talking. You can always tell. It makes fewer typos.
I'm just gonna do my laundry, take my vitamins and say my prayers.
Oh yes, and sleep.