August 31st, 2004

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Sex Ed

So I was reading "Savage Love," and they have the hilarious, and painful "childhood misconceptions about sex" column, where people write in to recount the sordid tales of how they believed sex worked before anyone sat down and explained it to them.

It would be both too graphic and too embarassing to relate any of mine--particularly "How I learned that homosexuality existed (by reading Mercedes Lackey books)"*--but I was reminded of the time that I put my mother on the spot (with no warning) and she rose magnificently to the occasion.
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breeden

Sex Ed

So I was reading “Savage Love,” and they have the hilarious, and painful “childhood misconceptions about sex” column, where people write in to recount the sordid tales of how they believed sex worked before anyone sat down and explained it to them.

It would be both too graphic and too embarassing to relate any of mine–particularly “How I learned that homosexuality existed (by reading Mercedes Lackey books)”*–but I was reminded of the time that I put my mother on the spot (with no warning) and she rose magnificently to the occasion.

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Originally published at Tea with the Squash God. You can comment here or there.

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This guy started out as just a small portrait–a fun little character design, nothing big and sweeping–but as occasionally happens, the story came with it. So now, at some point, I really oughta paint the Pied Anteater charming a horde of ants…

http://yerf.com/vernursu/piedanteater.jpg

Originally published at Tea with the Squash God. You can comment here or there.