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Planned Parenthood Fundraiser at Mosex

Join PPNYC at the Museum of Sex on July 8, 2010 for the 6th Annual Summer, Sex and Spirits.

All proceeds go to benefit Planned Parenthood of New York City’s healthcare services, education programs, and legislative work.

This event features full after-hours access to all of the museum’s newly renovated exhibits, open bar all night, a fabulous silent auction, raffle prizes and music by DJ Ayres and Jess Jubliee! Plus balloon artistry by Mistress B.

Sponsored by The Museum of Sex, Glaceau Vitamin Water, Phuket Beer, Vault 49, Bust Magazine and Flavorpill.

VIP Admission: $75 7:00pm-8:00pm

Includes admission to our VIP reception hosted by renowned sex-positive feminists Betty Dodson & Carlin Ross who will be joined by sex-life consultant Eric Amaranth; all of First 40 VIP RSVPs receive special gifts from Vault 49 as well as Betty Dodson’s new memoir My Sexual Revolution.  

Beverages provided by Deltetto and Hermann J. Wiemer.

General Admission: $40 in advance, $50 at the door 8:00pm-11:00pm

21 and over.

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Those who are obsessed with gaining weight are known as "gainers," a once-underground proclivity that is squeezing its way out of the closet as the voices for fat acceptance grow louder. Sometimes, the practice is sexual – so-called "feederism" — when the gainer is aided by a "feeder" who takes on more and more control as the gainer becomes physically incapacitated.

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No Sex Please, We’re Middle Class

Will women soon have a Viagra of their own? The implication is that a new pill, despite its unforeseen side effects, is necessary to cure the sexual malaise that appears to have sunk over the country. But to what extent do these complaints about sexual apathy reflect a medical reality, and how much do they actually emanate from the anxious, overachieving, white upper middle class?

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