Censored?!

Censored?!

Congress is currently considering the Stop Online Piracy Act and the Protect IP Act, both of which would limit the content websites can host. The bills' supporters say they just want to stop piracy. But many websites, including Google and Wikipedia, claim that government regulation of the World Wide Web would infringe on free speech. Should online content be curtailed?

Wikipedia Blackout

By Arthur Dobrin D.S.W.
Too bad Wikipedia traded in its principle

The Horror Whose Name Can't Be Spoken - Teen Sex!

By Stanton Peele
Most teens have sex, most parents (like Sarah Palin) are in denial

Three Things You're Not Allowed to Discuss: Sex, Race, and Religion

By Stanton Peele
There are certain taboo topics in polite society - here they are!

“Up In the Air”: What American Movies Say About Our Sexuality

By Stanton Peele
"Up in the Air" - about an affair - is utterly sexless.

Swearing: A Powerful Painkiller

By Stephanie Sarkis Ph.D.
Swearing: Mother Nature's built-in painkiller.

Do Politicians Have Better Sex than You Do?

By Donna Barstow
Get involved in politics, get lucky. At least in fantasy.

Who Decides How Much Online Information Is Too Much?

By Susan Krauss Whitbourne Ph.D.
When the sexual infidelities of politicians and celebrities become TMI.

Titilation, Pleasure and Power

By Caroline J. Simon Ph.D.
Enlightened sexism sells sham empowerment for women.