Winner of the 2009 Smart Marriages® Impact Award Think all sex should be earth shattering?
The quality of most couple sex doesn’t measure up to the much distorted image of the perfect romantic love/passionate sex encounter portrayed in popular culture.
For example, in Saudi Arabia, there are laws that require women to wear a hijab, a head scarf, as well as dress in loose, long garments that do not show the shape of the woman’s body. There are other laws such as this one that are meant to protect the virtue of women in Saudi Arabia.
Knowing this about Saudi Arabia, I had assumed that women there would be relatively safe since there are such strict laws regarding the protection of a woman’s virtue.
Yet New York Magazine’s Jonathan Chait claims the “yes means yes” standard will mean most college sex will be classified as rape – goodness only knows what kind of sex Chait thinks “most” students are having, but dismal is the most generous way to describe that view of other men’s average sexual experiences (“coercive” would be another).
AXYS USA aims to help individuals with one or more extra X and/or Y chromosomes and their families lead fuller and more productive lives. NDIS: Our Facebook site has a lot of discussion about applying for NDIS. Child development assessment: States and territories have child development assessment units attached to major hospitals.
is an amazing website with many, many resources for all sex chromosome anomalies including: The Australian Government provides Carers’ payments and allowances when individuals require daily care and attention due to disability or medical condition. Search for ‘Child Development Assessment’ services in your location, or check out the links below as a starting point.
We can’t do that on a public website, but here are some tips for finding the right health professional: Information on Klinefelter / XXY on the Internet varies very considerably in quality and approach.
We urge you to stick with reliable websites, particularly when your diagnosis is fresh and you may be feeling vulnerable.