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We control our emotions and desires every day of our lives. We do this every time we have to make a choice, or when we do not indulge in an act which brings pleasure and reward but can also cause harm. The only difference regarding sex is that sexual emotions and desires are very strong and tied up with our feelings of love.
Women can now arm their vaginas with a latex condom fitted with internal hooks to snare rapists. The Rape-aXeshown at left, was invented by Dr. During penetration, it hooks onto the penis resulting in excruciating, debilitating pain for the attacker while allowing the rape victim to hopefully escape.
A government scheme being piloted in Sunderland is handing out free condoms to thirteen-year-old children, without their parents knowing. What a sad reflection on modern Britain. Schoolkids, missing some of the healthier pastimes of growing up — playing soccer in the fresh air or developing tactical skills with games like chess — are being encouraged to apply for a card that gives them free contraceptives.
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Sensis Condoms represent the first new FDA-approved condom technology in over 50 years. These condoms have QuickStrips — which work very much like the pull-off tabs on a band-aid. Given that condom failure usually results from improper condom usethe QuikStrips make it so every Sensis condom goes on like it should.
By Laura DonnellyHealth Editor. A poorly kitten, an overly salty dinner and a "hit-and-run" which left a squirrel dead have been the subject of some of the most pesky calls to NHS emergency services this year. Health officials said the calls could cost lives, diverting experts from those with genuine emergencies. They said vital time had been wasted by people requesting help with blocked noses, and advice on hairloss, bifocal glasses and condom sizes.