Do You Cry After Sex? You’re Far From Alone

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Do You Cry After Sex? You’re Far From Alone

Do you ever cry after sex? If so, do you have an understanding of why you cry after sex?

It’s an experience Calico has had only a handful of times in her life (well OK, maybe two handfuls) and it has left her entirely mystified each time. It wasn’t something that happened during the encounter, it wasn’t regret or “buyer’s remorse” over stooping so low as to have sex with the fellow now lying there next to her — so what the hell was it?

While that particular mystery may never be unraveled, the good news is that researchers have been looking into the phenomenon of “post-coital dysphoria” and what they’ve learned makes Calico feel much better, even if it doesn’t address why she occasionally experiences PCD herself.

What is it the researchers discovered? Is crying after sex merely a “girl thing” as Calico’s dick of an older brother once put it? Find out in her new post, “Do You Cry After Sex? You’re Far From Alone.”

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Humor: Cannabis, Sex and DIY Science

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Humor: Cannabis, Sex and DIY Science

If you spend much time on social media, you’ve probably seen all sorts of wild science claims about the benefits of cannabis and cannabis extracts like CBD oil. To hear cannabis advocates tell it, weed is the solution to everything from acne and halitosis to cancer and COVID-19.

Some science people also claim cannabis use enhances sex and boosts their sex drive, but how good is the science behind these claims? Does the data and research support the memes and commonly-shared headlines? Perhaps most importantly, which strains should Calico smoke if she wants to orgasm like mad, but NOT make herself sick binge-eating Cheetos after sex?

Thankfully for all her fellow seekers, Calico has taken it upon herself (and her husband, who happily consented to being a guinea pig for this one) to hold a series of clinical science trials of her own. Armed with jars labeled with names like “Purple Urkle” and “Trainwreck” and “Strawberry Cough,” Calico has bravely endeavored to demystify the purported connection between cannabis and better sex. Was she successful? Find out in her new post, “Cannabis, Sex and DIY Science.

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Police: On the Bright Side, This Probably Won’t Lead to Rioting in the Streets

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Police: On the Bright Side, This Probably Won’t Lead to Rioting in the Streets

If you’re like Calico, you find yourself disturbed by the ongoing unrest in American cities right now — both the incidents of police misconduct and brutality that have led to the unrest and the way peaceful protests occasionally morph into riots and escalating confrontation.

It all makes Calico long for news of… well, “lighter” stories of police misconduct of the sort that she has gleefully poked fun at over the years. There’s nothing funny about police brutality, after all — but cops getting in trouble over their office betting pools, or making brief appearances in online spanking videos? That’s a whole other story.

This is why Calico is so pleased to find an unlikely new source of potential fodder for her posts, one seemingly replete with sexting detectives and officers who think their precinct station is their own personal sex crib.

What sort of misconduct have these Bobbies been up to lately? Is there any explanation other than having a foot fetish when a cop takes pictures of his coworker’s feet without her permission? What the hell does “a breach of conduct in relation to courtesy” mean, anyway? You may not find the answers to any of these questions, but you could still get a chuckle from Calico’s latest post, “On the Bright Side, it Probably Won’t Lead to Rioting in the Streets”

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Artists: You Know What Else Would be “Memorable”? A Punch In The Nose

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Artists: You Know What Else Would be “Memorable”? A Punch In The Nose

Calico is a big believer in the idea that artists have to be given freedom to pursue their vision, including the freedom to touch on subjects that are taboo, or create their art using controversial methods, mediums and messages.

There is a limit to how much slack we should cut artists, however, as Calico sees it — some bright red lines between “a provocative creative approach” and “obnoxious shit for which you should get your dumb ass kicked.”

One of those bright red lines, at least for Calico, is invading the privacy of others. And while she recognizes that a person who is out in public may not have a legal right to privacy regarding their public conduct, there is such a thing as artists going too far in examining that public conduct.

Which artist crossed one of those lines this time around? Should texts displayed on someone’s phone be fair game for nosy, camera-toting dweebs in search of compelling images to put in their upcoming book? Is it a good idea to try to snap a picture of Calico’s screen without asking her permission, first? These and other questions are answered in Calico’s new post, “You Know What Else Would be ‘Memorable’? A Punch In The Nose”     

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Having Sex With A Ghost is Fine – Just Be Sure It’s Not a Demon

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Having Sex With A Ghost is Fine – Just Be Sure It’s Not a Demon

Sex advice columnists get asked a lot of tricky, sensitive questions. Some of those questions are easier to address than others — and some require the person offering the advice to consider possibilities that may strike them as strange, unlikely, or even insane.

Thankfully for us all, Calico is NOT a sex advice columnist. This doesn’t mean she can’t occasionally offer a helping hand, particularly when sex advice columnists have already taken a crack at offering their counsel and missed the mark.

Take a recent letter to one of Slate’s “How to Do It” advice columnists. Because of the counselor’s own skepticism regarding claims of supernatural occurrences, he’s not able to provide the reader with sound, helpful advice. Enter Calico, who is far more steeped in the mysterious ways of spectrophilia than the average advice columnist.

What is the spiritual/sexual dilemma faced by the concerned citizen who wrote in to Slate? Can a ghost wear a condom? What does any of this have to do with hydroxychloroquine? Find out in Calico’s latest post “Having Sex With A Ghost is Fine – Just Be Sure It’s Not a Demon” 

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Sex Humor: The Blasphemous Jokes Write Themselves!

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Sex Humor: The Blasphemous Jokes Write Themselves!

Some jokes, especially sex jokes, can only come about through the personal experiences of those who tell them. Sure, a comedian can make up a funny story from scratch, but the best stories like those come from real life experiences, giving the story/joke an authentic touch it wouldn’t otherwise have.

Other times, jokes almost literally write themselves, they’re so inherent to the circumstances we find ourselves — or others — in. Take a story recently related by a young TikTok user, who tells the story of how she got pregnant over five years ago… without having penetrative sex.

The potential one-liners and jokes about this situation are legion, obviously. But once you hear the nickname the young woman’s friends bestowed upon her, you’ll probably agree with Calico that there’s one particular direction those jokes are just begging to head in.

What sort of jokes have written themselves in Calico’s head in response to this TikTok mom’s self-reported “miracle” pregnancy? Find out in her latest post, “The Blasphemous Jokes Write Themselves!”

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The Day Has Finally Come: A Government Endorsement for Glory Holes

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The Day Has Finally Come: A Government Endorsement for Glory Holes

As the COVID-19 pandemic drags on, it stands to reason that new guidance and advisories would be handed down by governments from time to time, including changes to previous guidance regarding how to make your sexual encounters safer during the outbreak.

Up in Canada, the British Columbia CDC’s advice largely mirrors that given out by their American counterparts, with a couple of prominent differences. One of those differences caught Calico’s eye, not just because she was impressed with the level of detail offered by the BCCDC, but also because she’s pretty certain she’s never seen a government give the thumbs-up to a sex act like the one the BCCDC recommends in a recent update.

What’s the BCCDC’s latest sexual recommendation for Canadians? Does it involve maple syrup and/or hockey? Does each line of their guidance end with “eh?” Find out in Calico’s new post: “The Day Has Finally Come: A Government Endorsement for Glory Holes” 

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Save the “Shock”, U.N. – You’re Going to Need It

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Save the “Shock”, U.N. – You’re Going to Need It

Sadly, there’s no end to the shocking, horrifying and enraging accusations of sexual assault and sexual misconduct one hears these days. The good news is, it’s a subject about which society has had far too little to say to this point in human history — a necessary outpouring of anger, grief and calls for perpetrators to be held to account for their crimes and misdeeds.

Sometimes Calico wonders if she’s starting to become desensitized to the accounts of sexual misconduct, progressively numbed by repeat exposure, to the point where some accounts that should shock her simply don’t.

The other possibility, of course, is that some accounts just aren’t as shocking, or as awful, as others. For example, when there’s suspicion that a United Nations staff member had sex in her (or his) official U.N. vehicle, Calico thinks it might be worth asking whether the sexual encounter in question was consensual BEFORE deciding it’s an abhorrent crime, as opposed to a serious lapse in judgment that doesn’t call for those involved to be demonized.

Read all about it in Calico’s latest post, “Save the ‘Shock’, U.N. – You’re Going to Need It.”

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Will NBA Players ‘Wilt’ Under the Sexual Pressures of Quarantine?

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Will NBA Players ‘Wilt’ Under the Sexual Pressures of Quarantine?

As the world slowly emerges from COVID-19 lockdown, the professional sports leagues returning to play are issuing guidelines and rules for their players to follow — and some of those rules don’t leave a lot of room for intimacy, if you catch my drift.

Among observers who follow the National Basketball Association, which is famous for its players hooking up with groupies, fans and occasionally their teammate’s mothers (I’m looking at you, Delonte West!), there’s serious skepticism that players will be able to withstand the temptation of sneaking out of quarantine to have sex when the league begins play again, even isolated within the Magic Kingdom down there in Florida.

Will NBA players seek sex on the sly during their return to play? Is there a Stephen B. Smith who works for ESPN that makes it necessary for Stephen A. Smith to use his middle initial like that? How true are the rumors about NBA player groupies to begin with?

These questions were all on Calico’s mind as she composed her latest post, “Will NBA Players ‘Wilt’ Under the Sexual Pressure of Quarantine?”

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