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Yes. You can. There are plenty of women who do sex work AND who identify as feminist. These two things are not mutually exclusive.I understand why you ask the question though. Some women say they are feminist but they aren't inclusive of sex workers (SWERF) or trans women (TERF). You'd have to ask Someone who has this view why they believe sex workers and/or trans women shouldn?t be included in the rights and protections feminists are working for.I'd imagine there are Sex workers who don't identify as feminists. I'd guess it's because of the behaviors of people in the first group who call themselves feminist but aren't for equal rights for all.Thank you for your question....
Published Date : 8/8/2018

I live in the United States.It would be interesting to ask a judge or a lawyer who covers divorce cases to poll what their answer would be. Likely they hear directly from many different people what drove them to divorce.If I had to answer based on my experience and the experiences of my students and clients, I would say poor communication skills are what causes the most divorce here.This shows up in many ways -lots more than the few examples here.Lots of people can?t talk to their partner or spouse when there?s a problem anywhere in the relationship, sex or otherwise (Problems with sex are often symptoms of a different problem). They may not even know where to begin addressing the issue with their partner. They also might not know what to say without hurting feelings.The reason that sits in second place for me is a lack of respect. If someone is married to their ?best friend and confidant?, why do so many people start relationships outside of their marriage, typically without their spouse?s consent. Sometimes there is built up resentment (there?s that communication issue again) and it?s just easier to sneak around behind someone?s back than to address the problem.But adults cannot be to blame. They probably didn?t get taught these skills when they were young. Where is the education and training in school to learn how to ask for what we want, voice concerns in a way that doesn?t humiliate the other party, share our concerns when there?s a problem? Non-violent conflict resolution skills are critical, especially beginning in middle school. Parents have to take that on since schools already have so much on their plates.If you?re an adult now, I think the best place to begin is to seek out educators and counselors and therapists who help people communicate better and who can maybe also help you dial into your own feelings and figure out how to communicate them as well. Doing this will enhance all of your relationships. And maybe even head off divorce....
Published Date : 8/14/2018

My best divorce experience? Getting to know myself and learn/relearn what I like without the influence of someone else. I don't think, as a young woman, I knew what I wanted bc I spent my time and effort liking what he liked or wanting what he wanted. So as an adult woman I got to take any of those things for myself. An amazing experience.Yay for independence and individuation!...
Published Date : 10/15/2018

No, not at all. It just means you don't dig that particular depiction of whatever you watched.There is so much adult content out there. A lot is poor to bad quality, but there is some good stuff out there.If you want real people having sex with their partners, check out MakeLoveNotPorn - social sex video sharing platform The couples on there make money for their own video submissions versus some (typically) male producer/director making porn the way he thinks sex happens. Hint: typical porn is all just someone else's fantasy.Not enjoying porn does not mean you are gay (as if there was something wrong with being gay - there's not). Anyone telling you that is hella ignorant...
Published Date : 8/12/2020

I'd say the best person to ask would be your partner. In my opinion, the two of you can come up with any solution you can both agree to as long as neither of you have felt coerced in making the agreement. You are not obligated to do what other people do just because that's the way it is. I presume you are both smart, respectful, consenting adults who can communicate your feelings, and you will need to, especially when it comes to the time when one or both of you feel a need to renegotiate your relationship agreement. Some people are fine with going along in a relationship leaving things left unsaid. To me, I feel the question you pose boils down to respect. I personally would prefer to explicitly outline some needs, wants, and desires as well as expectations. My partner doesn't have to meet all of those or even do as I wish. We all have free will. Only I get to decide which of my list would be dealbreakers if not met. It may happen that some people will fail to uphold their end of the bargain. You could even calculate what you will do if / when someone violates your relationship agreement. I would say the only obligation you have to your partner would be to communicate. When communication stops, then the relationship is usually headed for trouble. ...
Published Date : 7/6/2018

No. Typically genetically male boys do not possess the internal plumbing to gestate babies (ovaries, fallopian tubes, and uterus) AND the internal plumbing required for spermatogenesis (the hardware that produces sperm - testicles, epididymus, vas deferens, seminal vesicle, etc). But there are rare instances of intersex babies having one ovary and one testes. ?True hermaphroditism, a rare and usually sporadic disorder, is defined as the coexistence of seminiferous tubules and ovarian follicles. Most patients have an ovotestis with either an ovary or a testis on the opposite side; a gonad in the scrotum is usually a testis but may be an ovotestis.? Disorders of Sexual Development It?s very very rare for both sets of the internal reproductive organs to fully develop. My understanding is the SRY gene (key during that point in the in-uterine development for sexual differentiation) is missing or dormant and so the development of the internal reproductive organs follows more the ?female? route. Here is a fast, less than 2 minute clip about sexual differentiation in utero. Hope this helps. ...
Published Date : 7/18/2018

The testicles are where spermatogenesis begins. If a man has no testicles, nor any sperm of his own saved up in a sperm bank, then with current science it won't be possible for him to contribute his genetic material to a child.HOWEVER, a man can BE a Father to a child. Being a father means different things to different people but mostly it's being there for the child's development. Lots of times he provides support emotionally, sometimes financially, sometimes guiding spiritually, but unconditional love and acceptance is paramount....
Published Date : 10/24/2018

No. I don't really care much what gender my baby would be born as.I always wish to celebrate the coming of a new child is that the baby is happy and healthy and the birthing process is smooth without too much pain....
Published Date : 10/12/2018

Thank you for the A2A.Someone asked me something similar recently here on quora. I didn't meet my S.O. through Craigslist Personals, but through Match(dot)com.Lanae St.John, DHS, ACS's answer to How did you meet your significant other?...
Published Date : 11/16/2020

Thank you for the A2AI did the opposite. I convinced myself I didn't need to know anything about Caesarean Sections because I won't need one?.Well, I had an emergency c-section. Turns out my baby had the umbilical cord around her neck. It freaked me out a bit because when the time came it was an emergency and I didn't know what was happening (partially because I was giving birth in Germany and I didn't yet speak the language).I understand that you could start to worry but try your best not to. I mean, attend to your body and pay attention to your intuition. But try to enjoy this time as best you can. It goes so fast....
Published Date : 6/28/2019

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