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***** medical role play and fetish supplier donates scrubs to hospital

MedFetUK, a UK fetish company that deals in medical supplies and equipment for *** play has donated its supply of scrubs to a National Health Service hospital.

“It was just a few sets, because we don’t carry large stocks, but they were desperate, so we sent them free of charge...” MedFetUK tweeted.

"When we, ...

Official NYC Health Guidelines advise against rimjobs during coronavirus outbreak

An official memo from the New York City Department of Health offers guidance for ****** *********** during social distancing. Among other things, it warns:

We still have a lot to learn about COVID-19 and ***.

COVID-19 has been found in feces of people who are infected with the virus. COVID-19 has not yet been found in ***** ...

Understanding the neuroscience of pleasure

Nan Wise, Ph.D., is AASECT certified *** therapist, neuroscientist, certified relationship expert, and author. Follow her @AskDoctorNan. The following is adapted from her new book, Why Good *** Matters: Understanding the Neuroscience of Pleasure for a Smarter, Happier, and More Purpose-Filled Life. -- Mark

Our society has had a long, challenging relationship with pleasure. ...

Vice documentary about how ****** is being marketing to millennials

Now that ****** is available over the counter in some parts of the world or is easily available online with or without a prescription, many young men without erectile dysfunction are using it recreationally. This episode of Vice High Society looks into the trend, hosted by a "healthy 24-year-old man" who takes ******. Read ...

*** pheromone named after a character in Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice” changes mice brains

Darcin is a pheromone found in the ***** of male mice. It's used to mark territory and signal mating availability, and was named after the character Mr. Darcy who appears in Jane Austin's Pride and Prejudice. In the new issue of Nature, researchers at Columbia University report on how darcin "takes hold in the brains ...

********** was not socially acceptable in medieval Europe

Sweary historian Eleanor Janega writes on her Going Medieval blog (previously) that there was never a time in medieval Europe when ********** was socially acceptable, and brings the receipts in the form of eyewatering details on the punishments for having *** with animals.

Janega mentions that, of course, any non-procreative *** was doctrinally suspect in ...