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Current Law Students / Re: is law school really that tough?
« on: July 25, 2006, 07:22:33 PM »
The first year of law school is exhausting to say the least. The rumors do have some basis. Moreover, the extent to which the difficulty of law school becomes excessive is often a personal decision.

The first year of law school becomes especially burdensome when people place unrealistic expectations on themselves and their learning curve. Think about your undergraduate education, age and life experience. The types of students that enter law school, and the personalities they have, often make for a lot of self-induced pressure to perform well, to appear astute before classmates, or to impress others.

Its unnecessary because all the other first years are having the same experience; The transition to law school, the school itself, to the teaching style and to the way classes are conducted.

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Current Law Students / Re: Ruskiegirl is a man baby!
« on: July 25, 2006, 06:59:17 PM »
Austin Powers? Is that you? Is that really you???


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You also get "Let me look that up after class and I'll get back to you."

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hey chica

what's with these folks not staying out? Silly 1L's!

Lame.

Looks like I'm gonna have to go to UVa next year.  I can't go to some stupid law school where people don't know how to party.  I was a South Beach Party Girl, for cryin out loud!

I STAYED OUT PAST FOUR! AND I was being a whore, you said so yourself!

Good for you.

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Oral sex on a woman is risky, especially when she has her period. To make it safe, cover her vulva (genital area) with a piece of plastic wrap. This will keep her fluids out of your mouth.


I'm sorry, but this cracked me up.

PLASTIC WRAP?!?!?!?

 :D :D :D :D :D


Maybe I just have a really sick sense of humor.   :-[

That was quoted from the lesbian health information site.

Obviously, but the thought of wrapping my female private part in plastic wrap (hey - at least they come in different colors now!) is f-ing hysterical. 

Besides, I would never let anyone go down on me when it's that time of the month.  Nasty.

lol...yeah.

Now that we've covered a miniscule amount of health issues, are there any potential legal issues involved?

For example:

If a person knowingly spreads an STD to another partner and causes the second partner to get infected, is the first partner subject to any legal liability?

If the first partner knowingly engages in risky sexual behaviour outside of a relationship and causes the second partner to get infected.....(same thing).

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:D no, it always makes me giggle. I am not Saran-wrapping my vagina for anyone.

Yeah, its not a normal practice.

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Oral sex on a woman is risky, especially when she has her period. To make it safe, cover her vulva (genital area) with a piece of plastic wrap. This will keep her fluids out of your mouth.


I'm sorry, but this cracked me up.

PLASTIC WRAP?!?!?!?

 :D :D :D :D :D


Maybe I just have a really sick sense of humor.   :-[

That was quoted from the lesbian health information site.

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1. I'm not sure exactly what the bolded portion above refers to, but I would presume that they are referring to sex practices that could lead to the tearing/fissures Div and I have both mentioned now
2. I don't believe anyone has said that women CAN'T transmit diseases to one another. LESS LIKELY does not mean DOESN'T HAPPEN

Agreed. The uncertainty arises from cases of STD transmission in WTW sex and the lack of research in that area.

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You're not into roman-style orgies?!?!?    :o

 :D

Heeheehee...nah, Roman orgies are overrated. Besides, wine enemas are messy and stain everything. I'm all about Hindu free-for-all's now  ;D


(To fuisse...can't get the quote thingie to work properly)

I'm just offering anecdotal experience...otherwise, I would have to guess that penetration carries more of a risk for tearing and fissures, which of course, is the likeliest avenue for infection.

I'd do a google search for statistics, but merely searching on "lesbian sex" might break my PDA.  :-\

TITCR. Not true for all STD's, but many are more likely to be transmitted if there is a tear in the tissue. Now some women may participate in activities with one another that involve penetration, of course. But even so, those activities are probably less likely to involve the exchange of fluids

Here's a list of the more risky activities (whether man or woman) and how they can be mitigated:

http://depts.washington.edu/wswstd/lesbian_health_information.htm#SAFERSEXPRACTICES

"Putting your fingers inside her can be risky. To be safe, wear latex gloves. If you use a lubricant, be sure it is water-based. (Oil-based lubricants like Vaseline and hand lotion will damage the latex.)


Sores or cuts on your fingers, mouth or vagina-or hers- increase the risk. They can provide a way for the virus to get inside you. If you touch her vagina and then touch your own (or vice-versa,) you could spread the virus. Be sure to use gloves in between!

Contact with menstrual blood is very risky. If she is infected, her menstrual blood (like other blood) will have a lot of virus in it.

Oral sex on a woman is risky, especially when she has her period. To make it safe, cover her vulva (genital area) with a piece of plastic wrap. This will keep her fluids out of your mouth. Latex dams-also called "dental dams" - are safe to use for oral sex too.

Sex toys are safe by themselves, but it is risky to share them. If you share dildoes or vibrators, cover them with a condom and put on a fresh one every time it is used by a different person."

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I'd do a google search for statistics, but merely searching on "lesbian sex" might break my PDA.  :-\

Not a problem.

Would one's girlfriend give them a complete background of their bisexual experiences? Its just a health issue.




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