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 This type of primordial passion can enable tremendous emotional release and bonding for consenting partners, who don’t have psychological conditions that could be worsened by this activity, and who have the nerve to indulge each other’s desires and to experience, in real life, all of the intensity that, for most people, always remains only a fantasy.
 
But it requires a profound understanding of each other’s psychological states and vulnerabilities. And it requires trust, lots and lots of trust.
 
by John on 2006 Mar 22 - 14:54 | reply to this comment
What happens in a court of law is what counts.
How terrible. This school should be sued! I most certainly would have taken them to court, but I am in a position to do so and not many people are. I am appalled to hear such a thing.
 
This happened to me many times when I was a girl. We lived in a very poor neighborhood and we were street urchins so no one really cared what happened to us. That was the dark ages and I naively thought such things did not happen any more.
 
I remember Andrea Dwarkin on the streets of New York City. For many years she held up a sign that said: Stop Violence Against Women. She had giant pictures of nude women in extreme states of bondage surrounding her stand and she passes out pamphlets and the message was simple: Stop Violence Against Women
 
She did this for so many years that she became a landmark in New York City and every time I heard her screaming I was encouraged because someone had said something.
 
She upset and embarrassed many people but she was insidious and would not leave and this had a deep effect on New Yorker psychology.
 
Specifically, the business community had red flags on their radar and the red flags meant that any inappropriate behavior could result in bad publicity and law suites. The important thing was not the pictures but the message and the message acted as a fire wall that was used for legal leverage. She was intimidating and the business community did not want to be caught up in another mess.
 
The days when women did not get promotions because they could not go and mingle at the strip clubs with upper management are not so far behind us.
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