The Bonerless Bathing Suit

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Getting a boner at the beach can be a bit awkward. When you don’t quite have the confidence to just act like it’s no big deal Pornhub has something that might help. They just launched their “Bonerless Bathing Suit”, which is supposed to keep you from showing off how excited nubile sunbathing bodies get you.

“Isn’t that the whole point of going to the beach?” said everyone ever. Some “gay” bathing suits are even cut to literally show off an erect penis to its greatest advantage. But if you’re not adventurous enough to let everyone see how much you’re enjoying your partner putting that sunblock on…

…and are willing to spend $69 (of course), at least got an option now (besides, you know, just lying on your tummy for a bit).

“Introducing the Bonerless Bathing Suit, the cure for those beach boner blues,” reads Pornhub’s website. “Whether it’s the swarms of half-naked bods, a warm breeze catching you just the right way or simply because your little buddy’s got a mind of his own, if your start to rise our patented Bonerless Technology will stop the tide. So grab your shades and your surfboard and leave your worries at home, because turning your next hard-on into a hard-off will be a day at the beach.”

It’s not just a PR stunt! The suit is on sale at bonerless.com, comes in four sizes (S-XL) and retails for $69.95. According to the official description, “an inner layer of form-fitting material holds in the excitement. High quality, breathable fabric will stretch but wont strangle. Ergonomic design provides maximum comfort in your time of need.”

For They Know Not What They Do

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For They Know Not What They Do is not an wasy watch. The documentary by Daniel Karslake follows four religious families who share the stories of how they each dealt with their children coming out to them as queer.

There’s Rob and Linda, who tearfully recount how their evangelical church encouraged them to put their son Ryan in conversion therapy. There’s David and Sally, lifelong Presbyterians who had to come to terms with their youngest’s identity as a transgender woman. There’s Harold and Coleen, who slowly came around to supporting their child to transition. And then there’s Victor and Annette, a Puerto Rican couple living in Florida whose son Vico fears coming out to them and his grandmother, with whom he lives back in Puerto Rico.

This look at the ways religion, sexual orientation, and gender identity intersect in the United States is unafraid to delve into ugly realities that affect kids and families all over the country.

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Alabama public TV bans cartoon episode to protect kids from learning that gay people exist

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Alabama is in the news a lot lately. It’s one of these states with stricter abortion laws than Kuwait or Saudi Arabia. But while kids in Alabama are never too young to birth the children of their rapist, they are apparently too young to know that gay people exist.

The first episode of the 22nd season of the kids’s TV show Arthur features the character Mr Ratburn marrying his aardvark partner, Patrick. Alabama Public Television refused to run the epsiode. Instead they showed an old episode, and announced it had no plans to show the premiere.

In a statement to AL.com, APT programming director McKenzie explained the broadcaster’s decision to not air the episode.

“Although we strongly encourage parents to watch television with their children and talk about what they have learned afterwards – parents trust that their children can watch APT without their supervision. We also know that children who are younger than the “target” audience for Arthur also watch the program.”

In 2005, an episode of an Arthur spinoff, Postcards from Buster, was pulled by APT because it featured a girl with two moms. APT didn’t run that episode either, citing the same “trust with parents.”

Arthur creator Marc Brown responded a day later:

“I’m really proud of that episode. And I will defend it to anybody who wants to talk about it. Why shouldn’t their teacher marry another man? We all know people who are gay, who are trans, and it’s something that is socially acceptable. Why is there this discomfort that it takes a leap into our national media?

I don’t want children or people who are different to feel excluded. That’s not the kind of world we want to live in. And we want children to be educated so they can see there’s not just one type of family. Everyone should feel represented. I think we did that with Arthur.”

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Teen says parents installed cams to keep him from masturbating

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A teenager from Alaska took to Reddit to ask for legal advice after his parents installed security cameras in his bedroom and bathroom. The 15-year-old was caught masturbating by his dad after which his parents made him promise that he would no longer touch himself.

According to the teen his family has a rather outdated attitude towards sexuality. They believe that any sexual activity before marriage is taboo. He was also not allowed to participate in his school’s sex ed classes.

His dad told him that he will check the cameras daily to hold him to his promise that he would no longer masturbate. Something that, if true, would be illegal in most countries of course.

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