Santa Fe Reporter - SEXed http://www.sfreporter.com/santafe/articles.sec-157-1-sexed.html <![CDATA[Going…Going…Gonorrhea - Treatment options are dwindling]]>
By: Hunter Riley
Comprehensive sex education and safer-sex education is becoming more important every year. Recent studies show gonorrhea might soon be resistant to the treatment options we currently use.]]>
<![CDATA[Sex, Art & Higher Education - Cliteracy project sparks graffiti ]]>
By: Hunter Riley
Public discussions about sexuality pop up on college campuses on a regular basis, and not immune from this phenomenon is our own Santa Fe University of Art and Design, where in January a spate of clitoristhemed graffiti led to uproar from school officials.]]>
<![CDATA[Sex on the Silver Screen - Was 'Blue Is the Warmest Color' really that outrageous?]]>
By: Hunter Riley
Sex and media go together like peanut butter and jelly. It’s nothing new that advertisers, entertainment organizations and even journalists use sex to garner more viewers, sell more things and ultimately make their products more interesting to you. Unfortunately, we also have lots of hang-ups when it comes to seeing sex in the media.]]>
<![CDATA[The spot, the zone, the district - Deborah Sundahl helps women and couples find the joys of the g-spot]]>
By: Hunter Riley
It’s that really fun time of year again when people start making lists of what they want to do better in the new year. How about trying a new New Year’s resolution that you will be really likely to keep? Resolve to have better orgasms in 2014.]]>
<![CDATA[Ending the Rape Culture - Victim-blaming and cultural norms don’t support safe, consensual sex]]>
By: Hunter Riley
Welcome to rape culture. The example above is one that Jess Clark uses during presentations for people of various ages through his work at Solace Crisis Treatment Center. Clark is the education and prevention supervisor at Solace, which was formerly called the Santa Fe Rape Crisis Center.]]>
<![CDATA[More Than One Way - Polyamorous relationships aren’t just for swingers]]>
By: Hunter Riley
If a previously taboo topic hits mainstream TV, you can hope it’s on its way to cultural, and eventually legal, acceptance.  That’s my hope for polyamorous relationships. The Showtime TV ser]]>
<![CDATA[SEXed: Accentuate the Positive - Freud student crafts useful label for talking about sex]]>
By: Hunter Riley
This is not your typical sex column. My approach to sex education comes from a concept you’ve probably never heard of —sex positive.]]>