Dr J's Sex Facts

Fun sex facts and accurate information from a clinical sexologist for a hotter and more fulfilling sex life.

Thursday, September 27, 2007

Happy Blogiversary!

“An inordinate passion for pleasure is the secret of remaining young.”
Oscar Wilde

I was looking at my calendar, and it occurred to me that I first began posting entries to this blog in August 2006. Let’s write this down under the heading “better late than never” and mark this auspicious occasion by doing what most people do on significant anniversaries: reflect back and look to the future.

WHY IS THIS BLOG DIFFERENT FROM ALL OTHER BLOGS?

This is where you come in: Take a look at our blog’s original objectives as I set them out last August. I’ve thoughtfully included them below (I’m all about the thoughtful):

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What’s this blog all about? Information so that you can develop your own sexuality based on facts, not myths. Everyone has concerns about sex, because we all grew up with judgments and misinformation. Each week, we’ll will cover some aspect of human sexuality. My intent is to demystify and inform. Oh, and did I mention we’ll have lots of fun? Because that’s what sex is: fun!

Cooking blogs are full of recipes for delicious food. This sex blog will give you recipes for delicious sex . That’s my wish for you: yummy sex.

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So that was our starting point. How do you like me so far? Have we reached most — or any — of our objectives?

BECAUSE TOMORROW IS ANOTHER DAY

And what about the future? What topics would you like us to explore together? I’ll start. Here are just a few of the topics I’ve received so far from you and your fellow readers:

· Shaving shapes in interesting places, piercings, etc.
· My first experience with another person; also, my first experience with a really significant other person.
· More about what men and women can learn from each other. (Don’t get me started! Or by all means do. . .)
· Exploring fetishes: leather, shoes, erotic clothing and. . .
· Role-playing and making your sexual fantasies come true with a partner
· Threesomes

But let’s not stop with just these. There are so many topics we can discuss, and I’ve got a feeling we’re only scratching the surface (mmmmm, scratch a little harder, ooooh, down and to the left).

WHAT WOULD DR. FRANK-N-FURTER SAY?

For fans of Rocky Horror Picture Show, these words will be very familiar. To the rest of you: before all those oh-so-helpful TV "therapists," there was Dr. Frank-N-Furter:

Give yourself over to absolute pleasure,
Swim the warm waters of sins of the flesh.
Erotic nightmares beyond any measure,
And sensual daydreams to treasure forever
Can't you just see it?
Don't dream it — Be it!

Seriously — jump into the deep end of the pool and tell me what exciting areas you’d like to plumb :) via the comment button below or by email: drjanice@aol.com. In the meantime, happy blogiversary everybody.

Dr. J

And while I’m in responsive mode, here’s an anonymous comment from the post below regarding sex laws:

Hey Dr J,
Love the blog, great stuff!
I've always heard there are different legal ages people can have sex, depending on the state they live in. Can you tell us some of the states with different ages of consent? Maybe I broke the law on accident too!

Thanks

Dr. J says: Great question! Yes, the age of consent varies from state to state and sometimes even from city to city. Crazy, isn’t it? These laws were originally passed to “protect” girls from exploitation; however, because they’re inconsistent, they create great confusion. For instance, you can consent to sex in Alabama at the age of 16, but must wait until 18 in California. For detailed information on each state, check out
http://www.sexlaws.org, a very helpful site.
Thanks and a big Happy Blogiversary to #9 and Da Maestro

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