SORT BY Relevancy
today we have some topics to talk with you guys about. Boring sex, we all been there when the sex was so wack. Staying positive in camden, and also talk bout stds and what makes a healthy relationship. New music by camden's very own Cap Benson
Join us as we discuss the topic of, “Pastor Craig Davis, who was sentenced to 10 years for knowingly exposing women to the HIV virus.” Share your thoughts with us. Click the link to listen. Also, check out our websitewww.dawsondenise.com & follow us on Twitter @DawsonDeniseTV.
This episode of The Forbiden Fruit will ask the question, With the US being a sex-negative culture, how does that affect our country? Does it increase the number of sex crimes, teen pregnacies, and STD's? Some have said that the US is too conservative concerning the human body and sex. Is religion behing all of this? There are no nude beaches and our TV shows are overly censored compared to some other countries.. When in Sex-Positive countries, the naked human body is viewed differently, and in some of these, if not all, have lower sex crimes. Why do some get upset when a mother decides to breastfeed in public? The way sex and the human body is viewed, should be more of an individual prefrence, than a legal isssue. Should the government really mandate who an individual can not marry? Are our Religious groups controlling to much or our culture. Where is the separation between church and state?
What do you think?
Call in at: 347-202-0492
Email us at: AppleBrain@Live.com
Like us on facebook: Facebook.com/TheForbiddenFruitRadioShow
Follow us on Twitter: @TFFradioshow
Listen to us at: blogtalkradio.com/TheForbiddenFruit
Subscribe to us on iTunes
This week on Kiss~N~Tell Tuesdays Dï Thomas and Tj'Taboo Bentley are joining your oh so kissable host, Kissa Jo, and her fabulous co-host, Onyx Keesha to talk about the "ABC's of STD's". Tune in Tuesday 9/24 at 9pm by calling 3472158642 or online at www.blogtalkradio.com/lezfemmementality
It's a question that's not as easily answered as one might think.
While the majority of individuals asked will definitely say that they would not tolerate their mate cheating on them and will leave them immediately, the fact of the matter is that when they made their statement, they didn't take into consideration the amount of time invested emotionally, financially as well as the other variables that would make it literally impossible to simply walk out of the door.
It's easy to say what we will do but how many would do as they stated in this situation?
In today's world with the dollar losing its buying power, many couples have chosen to stay in the relationship even after it hit the rocks merely because it might be a tremendous setback to venture forth solo into the world unknown.
So on top of the emotional issues that will arise from this unwanted and devastating discovery, you'll have the ripple effect of the many factors coming at you that will demand swift decisions to be made immediately flooding your brain as if the initial findings weren't enough.
You'll also have to ask yourself if the relationship is salvageable. You'll have to weigh the dirty deeds executed against the underlying issues that were already present in the relationship?
All unions are different just as the influences behind them, so whena person finds out that their mate was untrue the decision to stay or to leave can only be made from the perspective of that person who is IN the situation and sometimes the decision that they make may not be so popular with family and friends.
Tonight on this episode of The LanceScurv Show we will not only cover the show topic in a speculative manner, but we want to speak on the many factors that would bring about the wide array of decisions that individuals have made in the past whether it was popular or not.
Let's chop it up like never before!
Consequences of Unprotected Sex.
Many teenagers are curious about sex, but do not know the facts. movies, television, and magazines portray sex as fun, exciting, and adult, but they rarely tell you about unwanted pregnancy, sexual transmitted diseases, and their consequences.
STD'S ARE YOU HAVING UNSAFE SEX ?? ARE YOU TRULY TAKING YOUR TIME WITH YOUR NEW LOVE BEFORE GETTING BUSY WITH HIM OR HER ??? ARE YOU SPENDING A LOT OF TIME IN STRIP CLUBS GETTING "REAL" LAP DANCES ?? ARE YOU SLEEPING WITH MULTIPLE SEX PARTNERS UNPROTECTED ??? IF YOU HAVE ANSWERED YES TO ANY OF THE FOLLOWING, THEN YOU COULD BE IN REAL TROUBLE !!! CALL IN, TUNE IN, JOIN IN WITH HOST GERAND X
Join me and physicians from HealthyWomen.org as we talk about your body and your sexual health.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD's) are not something we commonly talk about, but we MUST. They are dangerous - to us and to our partners.
My guests are Dr. Bree Weaver, Asst Research Professor of Medicine with the Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Infectous Diseases with the Indiana University School of Medicine and Dr. Dennis Fortenberry, Professor of Pediatrics with the INdiana University School of Medicine.
We'll be talking about the difference in STD's that can be treated and cured and STD's that can be treated and NOT cured. We're going to cover WHEN women should be tested for STD's, and what parts of the body should be tested.
We're also going to cover what/when to tell your sexual partners, and what you should know if you want to get pregnant in the future and had or have an STD.
Join us as we discuss, STD's: Why didn't you tell me before sleeping with me?" Also, follow us on Twitter @DawsonDeniseTV.