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    Blog — History of Sex

    Cannabis, STI Awareness, and Sex Ed:
    A Conversation With Lady Business 🧠

    Cannabis, STI Awareness, and Sex Ed: <br>A Conversation With Lady Business 🧠

    Here in Portland, we are #blessed to be surrounded by a plethora of badass babes! Creative babes, tech babes, business babes, foodie babes, educational babes, you name it, we have them.

    We have had the pleasure (pun intended) of working with the local social movement Lady Business in the past and were so excited when the founder Lauren, agreed to chat with us about some hot topics!

    Lady Business is dedicated to creating an all-inclusive positive community devoted to breaking stigmas by focusing on discussions about sex, sexuality, infections and diseases, testing, treatments, condoms, safety, empowerment, and cannabis. Now that's what we need more of in the world! Tune into our chat below đź’–

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    The Eroticism of Data

    The Eroticism of Data
    Last month, Berlin’s Museum der Dinge hosted a lecture given by Judith A. Allen of the Kinsey Institute called “The Eroticism of Data: Alfred C. Kinsey, Sampling, & cultural representations” to support their exhibition “the Eroticism of Things”. We were left to dissect the possibilities for the question, what makes things erotic?

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    What's in a Name? The Etymology of Penis Slang Throughout History

    Penis—the beloved member of the male genetalia. I would bet that penis has more nicknames than any other object in the world. For ages, we've applied just about every conceivable euphemism to the word: animals, weapons, human names, metaphorical words, pet names, shapes, functions—the list goes on. Adopted from Latin in 1676, penis has endured the test of time as the ultimate appellation, but let's take a look at the etymology of the heat-seeking moisture missile's vulgar past.

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    Worship the Temple: A History of Body Molding

    From Ancient Egyptian Pharaohs and Greek Heroes to Beethoven and groupies, the history of body molding is full of idolization.
     
    Death Masks
    Rooted in the idealization of the dead, ancient Egyptians believed in the preservation of the body through mummification. In order for the departed soul to return to its body, it needed to recognize itself, so the Egyptians created a mask of the deceased’s face. Though the early masks weren’t molded from the faces themselves—the mummification process preserved the features of the deceased—the masks were molded over the mummified faces and painted to the likeness of the deceased. In reality, the images painted were exaggerated features of the dead in order to elevate them to the level of gods. These masks, originally made from wood, were most commonly made from cartonnage; a linen or papyrus soaked in plaster and then molded on wood. For royalty, however, the death masks were created from gold or gold leaves on bronze and decorated with the semi-precious stone, lapis lazuli.

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