Posted on March 4, 2010 by DrThrottling
And while I’m on the subject of the Winter Olympics. Duffster reported before the Games began (in his post Olympic village root-fest about to get underway) that 100,000 free condoms ad been distributed to the 7,000 athletes in anticipation of the shagging frenzy usual on such occasions. At an average of 14 condoms apiece, some may have thought this would cover the requirements adequately enough, but apparently not.
Swedish Biathlete Sven Diggler was the first to require a top up
Supplies appear to have run dangerously low. Low enough that, on the last Wednesday of the Games, the Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research leapt into action and trucked an extra 25,000 free condoms off to the Olympic Village. CANFAR’s Executive Director, Kerry Whiteside, explained…
When we heard about the condom shortage in Vancouver, we felt it important to respond immediately
Good work Kerry. Although it does rather raise a question.
Are all Winter Olympians so skint they can’t afford to buy their own?
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Posted on February 9, 2010 by Duffster
Another Winter Olympics is about to get underway, this time in Vancouver, and that means loads of testosterone-fuelled young people, in peak physical condition, thrown together in a small village, and they will be Continue reading
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Posted on February 1, 2010 by DrThrottling
Around three weeks ago we looked at a British scientific paper from Kings College London, which claimed the G-Spot was a figment of women’s imaginations. The original post is here (Sex News: G-Spot Confusion) and it generated Continue reading
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Posted on January 27, 2010 by Duffster
We’ve previously looked at virginity a couple of times (here and here) at Notes, particularly the way in which virginity can become overvalued within a culture, and how that overvaluation is often associated with Continue reading
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Posted on January 26, 2010 by Duffster
It’s summer time in the southern hemisphere and for many people that means heading to the beach and getting your gear off. It appears, however, that in many countries women are taking off Continue reading
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Posted on January 18, 2010 by DrThrottling
We’ve looked at a number of ad campaigns here at The Notes.
In the modern cultural environment, where advertising images and viral campaigns are ubiquitous Continue reading
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Posted on January 7, 2010 by DrThrottling
Adventurous readers may have already come across (no pun intended) news in the last couple of days that the Holy Grail of women’s erogenous zones, the G-Spot, has been discarded as a figment of the Continue reading
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