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Theres a group of soccer moms chatting during brunch one morning. One is brunette, one is a redhead, and one is a blonde; all of them have
daughters in high school. "You'll never guess what I found under my daughters bed" says the brunette. "A six pack of beer. My daughter might
be an alcoholic!" The redhead places her hand on the brunette's shoulder in an act of comfort. "Well you'll never guess what I found under MY
daughter's bed: Marijuana! I can't believe my daughter is a drug addict!" The blonde woman cries. "Well under MY daughter's bed, I found a
pack of condoms." The other two women gasp. "I know. I can't believe she has a penis."
We've mentioned Collusion for Firefox in the past, but the folks at Disconnect have rebuilt the plugin for Chrome users as well, giving them the same live view of how the sites you visit on the web are tracking and transmitting data about you as you browse. As you browse, you can pull up the Collusion map to see which sites have dropped tracking cookies on your system and who else those sites send data to, all in real-time.
Once installed, Collusion works much like its Firefox counterpart, except with better tracking detection and some UI changes Chrome users will appreciate. The map is completely empty. As you browse, you'll see the sites you visit start to appear on the map, and if they drop tracking cookies on your computer you'll see them in red. Hover over any of the circles on the map to read more about the site, and whether it's a known tracker. If you already have privacy extensions installed, you'll likely see fewer circles on your map. Either way, you'll probably see lots of interconnected circles—especially if you visit any page that has ads, connects to social networks, or uses metrics to track its visitors across networked sites (like this one.) As we mentioned before, some of the dots are completely harmless like Disqus, for example, which tracks you across sites so you can comment on articles,) while others may be cause for concern. It's a tool for you to use to evaluate your own privacy.
The add-on is developed by the same folks who make tools like previously mentioned Disconnect for Chrome and their stand-alone apps plugins, Facebook Disconnect, Google Disconnect, and Twitter Disconnect, all of which remove annoying social buttons from your favorite sites and blocks their integration. If you want to do something about it, we've discussed how your activities are tracked on the web, and what you can do about it in the past, and Collusion for Chrome is just one more tool to add to your toolkit.
Hello friends, I am new on this website. Because of a lot of masturbation from my teenage years, my penis is now tilted downward. Will I have any problem making kids? Does it reduce the chances to make your gf pregnant or not? Can I make it straight?
A: If your penis is tilted, curved, bent, or straight, whatever the appearance, that's just how you were born. It does not mean there's something wrong with it, at all. Masturbation will not reshape or break your penis. The only way that is possible, is if you sustained a penile fracture, which means you would have had to ram your erect penis against very hard object, or surface, causing some membrane to tear, and then you would have heard a cracking sound, had bruising/severe pain. That would have caused your penis to bend to the left or right. These rare situations, can damage your urethra and cause bleeding, or blood in your jizz (trust me, I work nights as a hospital transporter and I've seen a few harsh sexual mishaps ) So unless that happened while you were masturbating, I wouldn't worry about it. Your natural shape will not affect your ability to have children, and there is no way to straighten it, again, that's what you were born with.
FRESNO, CA -- Fresno State University public health professor Peggy Gish had to defend her curriculum when one of her students complained earlier this week that she showed a 20-minute pornographic film in class, website Campusreform.org first reported.
Called "Advanced Sexual Techniques, Volume One" the video contained both sexually explicit audio and graphic video. The complaint came as a surprise to administrators considering Giff’s course was about human sexuality.
A statement sent to The Huffington Post from Andrew Hoff, dean of Fresno State’s College of Health and Human Services, defends Gish and explained the 20-minute video segment was an element of a three-unit, semester-long Introduction to Human Sexuality general education course. The class explores "physiological, psychological, social, cultural and developmental considerations for life-long understanding related to sexuality," he said.
“It is not a required course. Students who take the course are advised, in advance, that they may find some content objectionable and that they may opt out at their discretion," said Hoff in the statement. "Since material is provided in a variety of formats, students have the opportunity to gain course content for assignments and exams without being required to view material they may find objectionable."
Gish’s Ratemyprofessor.com profile includes about 20 reviews with high ratings in each category.
An online synopsis of the video advertises, “Attractive real life couples explicitly demonstrate adventurous new techniques. Discover uninhibited positions that lead to pleasure, satisfaction, and closeness for a lifetime.”
However, Hoff writes the video wasn’t pornography.
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