Queerie's Link Drop

It’s a bitch to go through all those websites out there, scanning and clicking until your eyes are sore and wrists throb in pain. To save you from carpel tunnel, I selflessly scour the web each day, and post interesting things I find here on Queerie’s Link Drop.

NPR’s Dave Pell recently asked “Does the End of Privacy Mean the End of Shame?”

I don’t know if the end of privacy is the issue, per se, but I know that access to uncensored information about others has helped this highly sexual queer feel less shame about my body and my desires by knowing I’m not alone in them.

Did you know the Swiss are making condoms for young boys?
According to Bust Magazine, 12-14 year old boys are too small for grown men condoms, so the Swiss are starting to make condoms in their size. I touched my first penis at 12, and my friends were having sex by then. It would have been nice to have had access to any kind of condoms in my small farming town, more or less ones that are the right size. (thanks to AK-47, an amazing assed derby gal, for sending me this article)

From Jezebel.com: Motorists in Italy are confused over a sign that reads “Attenzione Prostitute” and features an image of a big-breasted woman in high heels. There have been complaints that the sign’s meaning is ambiguous.

I collect pictures of funny signs, and I’m rather upset I didn’t see this one, or any prostitutes for that matter, when I lived in Italy.

About Queerie Bradshaw

Lauren Marie Fleming is a writer, speaker and motivator known for her intimate, informative and often hilarious look at sex, relationships and body-image. Lauren runs the critically-acclaimed QueerieBradshaw.com blog, writes for major news sources including VICE, Nerve, Huffington Post and Curve, and is the author of her memoir Losing It: My Life as a Sex Blogger. In 2013, Lauren founded Frisky Feminist Press (FriskyFeminist.com) as a way to enhance conversations about sexuality through educational guides, online classes and entertaining publications. A law school graduate, Lauren has spoken all over the United States and is internationally recognized for her dynamic, engaging style. In everything she does, Lauren’s goal is to educate, remove stigmas and encourage people to achieve their desires.
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