(It's cold in the Northeast, folks.) But then we have stuff like "biting string cheese"... Like what did Jerry Seinfeld do to Kansas to inspire such disdain?
Also what kind of tuna are they eating in Georgia, cause I do not want to try it.
Few things are less appetizing than a man four years my father’s junior, a dumpy, pasty, greedy-eyed man in a gray suit who says he doesn’t care to screw fat women because they’re harder to overpower, asking me over a big bowl of warm apple crisp if I like anal sex.
(For example, the “Partner is intoxicated but is Good2Go.”) Easy, right?
When I tried this process out with a partner, it took us four minutes to navigate through all the screens, mostly because he kept asking, “Why are we using an app for this? ” (More on that later.) I was confused, too: As the instigator, I wasn't asked to confirm that I wanted to have sex or to state my own intoxication level for my partner's consideration.
there are cases, of course, as we know, where the accused is an innocent party, so in that case, it could be beneficial to him.” That record may help the falsely accused, but it's unlikely to aid a real victim.
Good2Go may remind its users that consent can be revoked at any time, but there are still judges and juries that will take evidence that a person said “yes” to sex at one point, and conclude that they were asking for whatever happened later that night (or the next).But since he’s just offered me ,000 a month plus perks—gifts, dinners, shopping sprees—to get naked with him once a week, I keep my tight young ass in its place, laugh politely, and pick up my fork.I learned about Sugar when an acquaintance I’ll call “Kim” recommended it to my friend, who’s had trouble finding a job despite (or because of) earning her master’s in media arts several months ago.They don’t know how they should be approaching somebody they’re interested in,” she told me.Meanwhile, “kids are so used to having technology that helps them with issues in their lives” that Allman believes the app will help facilitate necessary conversations, encourage them to consider their level of intoxication, and remind young people that consent to sex should be affirmatively given and can be revoked at any time.It may not always be getting though, but it’s not clear how the app (which is now being promoted through campus ambassadors) advances the cause.