The Daily Evergreen

Stereotypes can affect races through sexualization

JAYCE CARRAL, Evergreen columnist

October 12, 2018

Big bootied black women, curvaceous Latinx women with fiery tempers and quiet, submissive Asian women. These are some of the stereotypes that have littered media and society, leading to unrealistic expectations of women based solely on their race and ethnicity. Paulina Abustan, who is currently a...

Public boning can really work

Despite the cultural taboo, there are many ways to work around laws regarding indecent exposure and noise in the city. Just be sure to prepare carefully with blankets and protection.

MAGGIE QUINLAN, Evergreen columnist

October 12, 2018

Lots of people want to get nasty in nature, whether it’s because of a roommate, your hippie instincts or a blood alcohol content of .2 percent. If the urge strikes, you can make it work. With some tips from an outdoor sex connoisseur and the law on your side, four walls can’t hold you tonight. First...

Athletes’ endurance gives them advantage in bedroom

The winning mentality of athletes just might contribute to longer, better sex.

TAYLOR DUNLAP, Evergreen assistant sports editor

October 12, 2018

Athletes are viewed as people who are physically and mentally fit in whichever sport or workout they are interested in. They are icons people admire and imitate simply because of how great they are at whatever they do. Some of the top people who come to mind when someone says ath­lete are LeBron James,...

PDA: Leave room for Jesus

“If you’re in the middle of Walmart making out against a box of mac and cheese, no thanks,” Resident Advisor Mallorie Jordan said. There’s a way to show affection, but maybe don’t.

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen columnist

October 12, 2018

Picture this: You’re walking down the street, minding your own business, when out of nowhere two people appear. They aren’t walking side-by-side like civilized human beings. No, they’re making out, right there on the sidewalk where the whole world can see. What do you do? Avert your eyes as...

Car sex can be fun but requires preparation

Car sex can be fun under the right conditions.

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen reporter

October 12, 2018

Car sex isn’t just for teenag­ers hiding from their parents and can be a fun, flirty experience. However, it comes with its own sets of challenges couples should be aware of before driving off to a dark corner to partake in some backseat fun. The Journal of Sexual Medicine published a study about...

Spicing up sex lives requires trial, error, communication

“When people get into BDSM it’s important that they have accurate information,” said Kathy Sprague, owner of Eclectica in Pullman. “You don’t read ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ and then try something in that book that could harm or kill your partner.”

RYAN LUNDBERG, Evergreen columnist

October 12, 2018

For a lot of people, they already know what they are into and what they are not. For me, most of my sexual interests come from a very awkward trial and error period. Kinks and fetishes are very sensitive topics to most people. Any time I would ask someone about their interests, they usually gave me...

Use memes to perform pick-ups

Using humor in pick-up lines in-person or through  hook-up services can make you more appealing.

KADE RUSSOM, Evergreen columnist

October 12, 2018

Aside from being sexy, what do you do for a living? Did it hurt when you fell from heaven? Great legs, what time do they open? Pick-up lines, whether charming, cheesy or obscenely vulgar, have been the start of many relationships both short and long-lived. They have withstood the test of time with...

Three best positions for sexually unoriginal folk

New positions can help spice up an existing relationship and make coitus more interesting.

SAAD NABIL ALI, Evergreen columnist

October 12, 2018

Three best positions for sexually unoriginal folkIf your manhood has not been matched by your pocket Kama Sutra as of late, perhaps it’s worth adding a new arsenal of positions to the bedroom. Kieran Abbott, my girlfriend and connoisseur of all things me, and I have dug deep into the underground...

Exploring the asexuality spectrum of love, not sex

Asexuality comes in more than one form, including variations in both romantic and sexual attraction.

JAYCE CARRAL, Evergreen reporter

October 12, 2018

Asexuality, as described by the Trevor Project, is a sexual identity spectrum in which love does not equal sex. People who fall on the spectrum may or may not engage in romantic or sexual relationships. “I’m asexual, but akoiroman­tic,” junior David Hamre said. “I just don’t experience...

Tinder: use with caution

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen reporter

October 12, 2018

On college campuses, dating apps like Tinder are a common way to match up with possible romantic interests. Here are some of the experiences students have had using them. New age flirting Sophomore Koby Bailey said he has a special technique he uses for most Tinder matches. “I don’t use pick...

Menstrual cycles don’t stop sexual urges, period

“If you feel like you don’t want to touch blood, wear a condom, which you should be going anyway,” sophomore nursing major Alexis Knight said.

ALEX BIVIANO, Evergreen columnist

October 12, 2018

Period sex is a non-starter for many men, but this is not necessarily a rational turnoff. Hormonal changes are a large part of a woman’s period and that often leads to a higher sex drive, which is why an aversion to period sex is not what’s best for many relationships. Periods are a natural part...

Sex noises are self-expression

Your body’s reactions to intercourse should be natural reactions to pleasure, not forced ego-boosters.

LAUREN ELLENBECKER, Evergreen columnist

October 13, 2017

Oh, yeahhh, baby. That’s right, we’re talking about sex noises. There are numerous categories in which a sex noise could be assigned. You’ve got your almost inaudible moans, rhythmic grunts, a verbal version of “fjamnfldfg,” yelling, dirty talk, heavy breathing. The list goes on. Sex...

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