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Astrology

Astrology

Zodiac Gone Wild?

New Sign?

By Julian Wolf [ Thu Jan 13 2011 7:44 PM ]

Apparently, you might not be the western zodiac sign you think you are. According to a new report by the Minnesota Planetarium Society our zodiac, which was created about 3000 years ago just isn't accurate anymore, since the earth is constantly being pushed and pulled around by other heavenly bodies, such as the moon. Here’s one of hundreds of stories about the shift of the zodiac. Don’t worry, Free Will Astrology is still valid according to the reports!

This is good news for body modification artists, who will likely be filling their appointment books with tattoo cover-ups and alternatives such as laser removals, salabrasion, skin branding and other forms of scarification.

According to the reports, I'm not an Aries anymore. I liked that goat. Isn't it cute? Did yours change? How does that make you feel?

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Saucy in the Southwest: Corset.net

Business Profile

By Julian Wolf [ Wed Dec 15 2010 10:03 AM ]

Saucy Southwest, your sexuality resource for the greater southwest, features its first business profile this morning! Just in time for holiday shopping, check out the details on Saucy in the Southwest Business, Xcentricities Corsets! You're likely to find more than you expect ...

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Asexuality and Your Beautiful Business

New Carnal Conundrums

By Julian Wolf [ Sun Dec 5 2010 8:52 PM ]

The newest Carnal Conundrums is live at Saucy Southwest! This edition covers what to do when you're not enjoying the sexy company of others and answers the question "Do I need to change just because I don't look like a porn star?"

Curious about something that you can’t ask Dear Abby? Julian Wolf is here for you. Comment at Saucy Southwest or email Julian directly at advice@julianwolf.net. No question is too mundane or alternative.

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BiFlag.com

Celebrate Bisexuality Day

By Julian Wolf [ Thu Sep 23 2010 4:20 AM ]

Just when you thought International Talk Like a Pirate Day was on the cutting edge of September's holidays, Celebrate Bisexuality Day is in our midst.

Celebrate Bisexuality Day has been official since 1999. To celebrate, go watch this fun 90s Blur video, support your friends who are out of the closet, educate yourself about the local community, go get a date and please avoid drunkenly making out with members of the same sex just because your significant other thinks it's hot. That's usually less celebratory and more exploitative, unless of course, you explain the situation to the third party in advance. (You can always ask for advice at Carnal Conundrums how to go about that politely.)

Let your Bi Flag fly as this part of our diverse community is celebrated around the world.

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Intimacy Happens

New Carnal Conundrums

By Julian Wolf [ Wed Sep 8 2010 1:29 AM ]

In this long awaited newest edition of Carnal Conundrums, Julian clears up a misconception stemming from a polyamorist's in-joke and encourages an advice seeker to play with toys. "Sex Happens" can be found at Saucy Southwest for any adult who wants to know more. Julian Wolf is here for you, ask away!

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Kink and Monogamy?

New Carnal Conundrums

By Julian Wolf [ Sun Jul 11 2010 11:00 PM ]

Over at Saucy Southwest your questions are answered. This week Julian covers a quandary involving kinky people and monogamy. Are you curious about something not covered by conventional columns? Ask away, Carnal Conundrums is here for you.

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Sexy Food and Pride Revisited

New Carnal Conundrums

By Julian Wolf [ Tue Jun 8 2010 10:46 PM ]

The newest Carnal Conundrums discusses an age-old question. Are people playing with their food or are they playing with their food? Head over to New Mexico's Alternative Sex-positive Advice column oh ye curious adults, to find out and ask questions of your own! Also, feel free to check out last year's Pride Edition if you're still making your mind about whether or not you should go this weekend. (Short answer is yes, you probably should.) Remember, if you have a question that's a bit on the alternative side, Julian's here for you, just Ask Away.

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Chicks, Porn & Flirting

New Carnal Conundrums

By Julian Wolf [ Wed Apr 28 2010 3:23 PM ]

The newest Carnal Conundrums answers "What the deal" is with women and porn. Check it out at Saucy Southwest.

Also, May 13th, by popular demand, Flock Together will be hosting special guest Sophia Einstein! Join your friendly Lust Birds for a happy hour with the class at the tail end. Sophia will be covering Flirting 101 with a focus on the bar and online scenes! As always, Happy Hour from seven to nine that evening, class in the middle.

As always, do you have a question for New Mexico's Alternative Advice Columnist? Ask Away! You can use the comment form at the column, Your post will remain private. Alternatively, you can also email me directly at advice@julianwolf.net. I look forward to answering your questions.

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Flock Together: Flirting 101

New Carnal Conundrums

By Julian Wolf [ Tue Apr 6 2010 10:40 PM ]

The newest Carnal Conundrums discusses vocabulary words such as Pansexuality as well as discusses this month's Flock Together, which is Thursday. Join us for the no cover happy hour from 7pm - 9pm, and stick around for our special guest Hannah who will be teaching Flirting 101 at 8:00pm, for only $5! (Bring cash for the class.)

Curious about coming by? The event is at a fabulous private club near downtown, so you are personally invited- please email lovebird@alibi.com or call (505) 243-8476 for location. Cheap drinks (bring your ID if you're going to be buying alcohol), great company in a fantastic atmosphere.

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Kinky is (Officially) Not a Diagnosis

The DSM Revision

By Julian Wolf [ Thu Feb 18 2010 5:10 PM ]

Getting an update in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) is a big deal, particularly when it's the type of update that officially means that what you do is no longer considered medically problematic. This happened in the 70s in regard to homosexuality, and earlier this month it's happened for kinky people.

Here's the article from the Center for Sex and Culture and here is the National Coalition for Sexual Freedom's release. Another victory for personal freedom? Something to celebrate.

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