While this is by far the most drastic of choices, it might have been something you were interested in anyway . The Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines all have programs and positions that many women might find attractive .
2 . Hang around or get a job at a military base.
If you happen to have a military base close enough to where you live, this is perfect place to meet all sorts of single military men2 . You can get a job at the local base exchange or in an area around it where you could be sure many men in uniform will come through.
Also consider hanging around the local clubs, bars, restaurants or military supply stores.
3,.Become a Pen Pal
There are so many deployed soldiers that would love to hear from people back home right now .
So why not start contacting one or two of them by mail ? Kissmilitary.com and americanmilitarydating.com are two sites where you can get the names for soldiers or sailors to write to . You can also consider going to your local veterans hospital, or USO to see if they have any names or know anyone who would enjoy a nice letter or care package.
4.Check out Fleet Week
Fleet Week is when the Navy boats come in and dock in major cities .
There is definitely no better time to meet single military men then when they are happily on shore leave in a great city . All the bars, clubs, restaurants and stores will be loaded with cute men in uniform3 . Keep in mind however, that they will only be there for a short time, so if long term romance is what you are looking for this might not be the place to find it.
5.Meet Them Online
Probably one of the quickest and easiest ways to meet a single military man is by going online .
This way the two of you have a really good chance to get to know each other before you even meet .
Who knows where it can lead?
Did we say psyched? Actress and A is For co-founder Martha Plimpton is beyond psyched for tonight s fundraiser at New York sex toy boutique Babeland. We know the comedians there will be sharing their sex toy stories for an important cause to highlight the connections between sexual freedom, choices about reproduction, and access to health care but it s hard for us to get in the partying mood when abortion is the end game.
After all of that nasty business with the Kermit Gosnell trial, someone has to put a happy face back on abortion.
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At least a few times a year, I get to have the seroconversion conversation with a friend. There’s nothing novel or unique about that. It’s common enough for gay men my age and it has been since I came out.
I’m right in that age group so that when I came out, HIV and AIDS were already major and established parts of the community. They were facts of life and of death. When I opened a gay magazine they were still relevant then almost all the ads were for viatical settlement companies.
They hadn’t yet been taken over by pharmaceutical ads. The older guys who took me out to bars and showed me the ropes were few and far between, since so many of them had died, and they both taught me to assume anyone I would have sex with was positive and to expect that there was a good chance that I would be someday. We’ve come a long, long way since then.
For many people, a diagnosis is more like a diagnosis of diabetes than the death sentence it once was; yes, you will have to take medication for the rest of your life, but it won’t be the thing that kills you and your life expectancy most likely won’t be affected. But, some of the same attitudes hang around, attitudes that are damaging to all of us. All too often, when someone tells me that he has found out that he is positive, he will tell a story it might be one that he believes, it might even be true about the very unlikely way in which he got it.
This will usually involve some practice for which there is a theoretical risk but no or almost no actual documented cases of infection. It will be a story about a tiny scratch in the mouth, chapped skin, or something else. Why do people do this?
We tell these stories and convince ourselves of their truth because we hold onto a dichotomy of those who are victims of the disease, those who got it accidentally or through extreme circumstances and thus are innocent; and, those who deserve it, whose own decisions and actions are the reason they became infected. Yes, there are people who had no causal role in their infection and there are those who have challenged fate (not that this means they deserve anything), but this dichotomy misses the great reality in the middle. Whether positive or negative, anyone who has been sexually active has done something risky at some point.
I’m old enough to remember when a huge effort was made to eroticize safer sex, an effort that was doomed to failure, because even the most anonymous, meaningless sexual encounter is a moment of intimacy. Sex is often about pleasure, but that doesn’t mean that even hedonistic sexual acts are not about a connection with another person. The introduction of a condom or any other barrier necessarily limits that intimacy.
And, almost everyone has chosen pleasure because we also have to face that unsafe sexual practices feel better and intimacy and risk over safer but less intimate and less pleasurable practices. We all do this or have done this sometime; Apollo has a hard time winning when Dionysius is offering us so much more. And, some of us have been lucky and some of us have been unlucky.
To admit this is to admit that we’ve been stupid and if we’ve gotten something because of that our decisions had a role there. We aren’t victims; we were involved. But, it also involves admitting that if we haven’t gotten something, luck had a lot to do with that.
No one deserves their bad luck. So, no one deserves to be infected or sick. In other words, to admit this means to admit that the world is much more complex than we like to tell ourselves.
All of this also means that we have to overcome another really horrible dichotomy: clean and dirty. You aren’t virtuous or perfect or clean because you have avoided some infection. If you are sexually active, the odds are that you are lucky or you might be the one person who is perfectly responsible in every situation (and who has never been lied to by a partner or friend).
And, you aren’t vicious or a slut or dirty because you became infected.
You may have made bad choices or one bad choice or you may not have, maybe you just trusted someone you shouldn’t have and you weren’t so lucky.
To see these attitudes hanging around after all these years is more than disheartening; overcoming them is necessary for loving ourselves and loving one another.
The latest Defence scandal has prompted calls for a zero-tolerance approach to misconduct, with experts suggesting that engrained sexism in the Army may be worse than first thought. Earlier today the Chief of the Army, Lieutenant General David Morrison, revealed that three personnel had been stood down over a series of explicit and offensive emails that degrade women. A further five personnel are facing suspension and nine others are being investigated, with around 90 more people implicated in the emails.
Lt Gen Morrison said he had been in contact with several of the women targeted by the emails to apologise. Defence Minister Stephen Smith says the Army should take a zero-tolerance approach to the misconduct. Australia ‘s Sex Discrimination Commissioner, Elizabeth Broderick, made a similar recommendation when she investigated the culture of sexism in the Defence Force less than a year ago.
The email scandal involves a Lieutenant Colonel, majors, warrant officers, sergeants and corporals. Ms Broderick released the Human Rights Commission report on the treatment of women in the ADF, finding sexual harassment and abuse exist across the Defence services. She says she is appalled at the range of people implicated in this latest scandal.
“That’s what’s so abhorrent about it and it also shows the complexity of the issues that have to be solved,” she said. “Because this is just not a particular rank who are all coming together, it’s across from senior officers – Lieutenant Colonel – right through to general enlistment.” Culture of sexually objectifying women
Dr Ben Wadham spent five years in the Australian Defence Force and is now a sociologist at Flinders University. Dr Wadham, a former infantryman, says the use of images to denigrate women is a long-standing tradition in the Australian Defence Forces, but he says the involvement of senior personnel shows the problem may be much worse than previously thought. “My own experience of being involved in Facebook groups, watching soldiers engage in this sort of behaviour.. .
younger soldiers and.. . soldiers of different ranks, and the kinds of imagery – the kinds of words and meanings and names and things which come out – are often quite extreme,” he said. “This is a case of quite senior officers over a long period of time and we’ve just got to ask the question, when will military culture get this right?”
Dr Wadham says the senior ranks of those involved shows that sexism is not confined to young members of the Defence Force. “I think it also highlights many of the excuses that the Australian Defence Force has used over the past don’t hold water,” he said. “In the past, we’ve blamed it on young men .
We’ve said that this is the sort of behaviour we see in broader society, even in universities . Well, here’s an example of a very entrenched culture, a predatory culture amongst a group of men sexually objectifying women.” Lt Gen Morrison was at a loss when he was asked to explain why the poor behaviour persists in the defence force.
“I don’t have one . I can’t be more honest with you than that . I can’t put a theory on it .
I certainly can’t find an easy switch to flick to turn it off,” he said. “I suspect that it’s rooted in part in human nature, but that’s no excuse either . It’s on me .
I’m responsible for this, I’m the Chief of the Australian Army. “This is a setback, but I’m going to pick myself up, use it in conversations with the workforce of Army, reflect on where things have gone wrong and try and put them right.” The email scandal comes as the Defence Force tries to recover from the 2011 Skype incident, in which a female ADFA cadet was unknowingly broadcast having consensual sex on camera.
Mr Smith says the latest scandal will damage the reputation of the Army and have a real impact in the ranks of the entire defence force.
“To the Army to the Air Force and Navy, the service chiefs, all of whom are seeking to encourage more women to join, this is a backwards step,” he said.
“This will discourage women from thinking about either joining the Army, the Air Force or the Navy, or continuing their career,” he said.
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) Authorities on Wednesday charged a Fort Hood sergeant with paying for sex with a soldier in a prostitution scheme allegedly arranged by a low-level coordinator of the Texas Army post’s sexual assault prevention program.
The scandal and others in the U.S . armed forces have triggered outrage from local commanders to Capitol Hill and the Oval Office, and prompted a rush of proposed legislation to deal with the epidemic of sexual assaults in the military branches . One recent scandal involved an Air Force officer who headed a sexual assault prevention office until he was arrested on charges of groping a woman in a parking lot.
In Texas, Master Sgt. Brad Grimes was charged in military court Wednesday with patronizing a prostitute, conspiring with another soldier to patronize a prostitute, committing adultery and solicitation to commit adultery, according to Fort Hood officials .
The woman soldier allegedly involved in the prostitution has not been charged.
The charges stem from an investigation into a battalion-level coordinator of Fort Hood’s sexual assault and harassment prevention program, post spokesman Chris Haug said.
In May, the Army said a sergeant first class was being investigated on allegations of sexual assault and possibly arranging for at least one woman to have sex for money . The Army said he was one of the coordinators of the program at Fort Hood, about 125 miles southwest of Fort Worth.
Army officials declined to comment about the case Wednesday or release his name, referring questions to Fort Hood.
Two officials, who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak publicly about the case, identified that soldier as Sgt .
1st Class Gregory McQueen . U.S .
officials have said he is being investigated in connection with activities involving three women, including sexually assaulting one woman . The allegations involving the third woman were not known . A defense official in Washington said it was not yet clear if one of the women was forced into prostitution or participated willingly.
McQueen has been suspended from all duties but had not been charged as of Wednesday.
Grimes, an 18-year Army veteran, does not work in Fort Hood’s sexual assault prevention program, Haug said .
A court date for Grimes has not been set.
Congress has been weighing legislative proposals, but on Wednesday a committee rejected a bill that would have overhauled the military justice system by removing commanders from the process of deciding whether sexual misconduct cases and other serious crimes go to trial .
Instead, the Senate Armed Services Committee sided with the Pentagon’s top brass in approving legislation to keep commanders involved in deciding whether to prosecute sexual assault cases.
The House is scheduled to vote soon on its version of a defense policy bill that includes a number of sexual assault prevention provisions.
The Pentagon estimated in a recent report that as many as 26,000 military members may have been sexually assaulted last year, up from an estimated 19,000 assaults in 2011, based on an anonymous survey of military personnel.
Baldor reported from Washington, D.C.
Jun 11, 2013 7:22pm
The Army has suspended the officer who ran the missile defense unit at Fort Greely, Ala., following an investigation into whether he condoned an atmosphere of sexual misconduct within the unit.
Lt . Col . Joseph Miley was suspended from command of the 49th Missile Defense Battalion, based at the remote outpost in eastern Alaska.
The unit of Alaska National Guardsmen operates the ground-based missile interceptors that are capable of shooting down any intercontinental ballistic missiles headed for the West Coast.
The investigation into Miley s conduct was initiated on Jan .
9 after several soldiers in his unit stepped forward and alleged that he had condoned fraternization and extramarital affairs among the soldiers under his command . Adultery is a crime under the military s Uniform Code of Military Justice.
Miley s suspension was announced in a statement from the Army s Space and Missile Command, which along with the Alaska National Guard conducted a joint investigation into the allegations . The Alaska National Guard unit reports to the Army while on active duty.
LTC Miley s command status will be determined, following a final legal and commander review of the investigation findings and recommendations, subsequent approval of the investigation report, and due process for the suspended officer, said a statement released Tuesday by Army Space and Missile Command .
Miley s executive officer has been appointed as the unit s acting commander.
During this period, the brigade leadership will be at Fort Greely to ensure continuity of operations for this strategically important mission.
Bloomberg News Service was first to report in May that Miley was under investigation.
Miley becomes the second Army officer in a week suspended from command because of an investigation involving sexual misconduct under their command.
On Friday, Maj . Gen . Michael T .
Harrison, the general in charge of U.S . forces in Japan was suspended from his duties due to allegations that Harrison failed to report or properly investigate an allegation of sexual assault.
Sexual assault in the military has become a hot-button issue in Washington following a series of high-profile cases and new Pentagon statistics indicating a significant increase in the number of estimated cases of unwanted sexual contact.
On Monday, Gen . Ray Odierno, the Army chief of staff, told a summit of senior Army officials gathered to deal with sexual assault that too many soldiers do not think there is a sexual assault problem in their commands.
Odierno said that when he travels to units, he often finds commanders who tell him, I don t have a problem here, there is no problem in my platoon, there is no problem in my company, there is no problem in my battalion.
That s baloney, said Odierno .
That s the problem . We re not seeing ourselves . I m an all-male unit; I don t have a problem.
That s not right, he said .
In fact, you probably have some perpetrators, probably have some predators and you probably have some males who have probably been sexually assaulted or sexually harassed.
Odierno listed five imperatives that needed to be communicated throughout the Army to tackle sexual assault, among them, We got to hold individuals, units and commanders and leaders accountable.
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By: David Alexander, Reuters
June 11, 2013 11:33 AM
US Army chief General Ray Odierno greets new recruits after leading them in their oath in this file photo. (photo by Jonathan Ernst, Reuters)
WASHINGTON — The US Army is failing to deal with sexual assault in its ranks because too many soldiers in positions of authority do not think there is a problem, the Army chief of staff told a summit of leaders called to address the issue.
General Ray Odierno told a gathering of officials in the Army’s Sexual Harassment, Assault Response and Prevention program that when he travels to different bases and speaks to smaller units, he finds too many sergeants, lieutenants and captains who say they do not have a sex assault problem.
“That’s baloney,” he said. “That’s the problem . We’re not seeing ourselves.”
Some think because they are in an all-male unit, they don’t have a sexual assault problem, Odierno said.
“That’s not right,” he said. “In fact, you probably have some perpetrators, probably have some predators and you probably have some males who have probably been sexually assaulted or sexually harassed.”
“We have not been successful in solving this problem,” Odierno said. “We have a huge issue . And the main thing I want everybody to understand is that this is not just a passing issue .
For whatever reason, this is one that we’ve had for a very long time . And we have not been able to defeat it.”
Odierno’s remarks come as the Pentagon is struggling to deal with a big jump in estimated cases of unwanted sexual contact, as well as a spate of high-profile cases of sexual assault, including some involving personnel charged with combating the crime.
An annual Pentagon study released recently estimated that unwanted sexual contact, from groping to rape, jumped by 37 percent in 2012 to 26,000 cases from 19,000 the previous year.
The issue has triggered outrage among lawmakers . Some are pushing legislation to force the military to be more accountable in handling sexual assault cases, and others are seeking to remove responsibility for prosecuting the crimes from the victim’s military chain of command.
At the weekend, Odierno and Army Secretary John McHugh suspended the commanding general of US Army forces in Japan, Major General Michael Harrison, due to allegations he failed to properly investigate a sexual assault complaint.
“From the things I see, we still have people out there who tolerate sexual assault and sexual harassment,” Odierno told the summit. “Until we solve that problem, it’s going to get worse.”
He said dealing with the problem meant getting leaders from sergeants to lieutenant colonels to “take this on seriously, because we are not doing that today the way I want us to do it.”
“This is important to me .
I want to make sure everybody understands that,” Odierno said. “I sent a message out that said it’s my number one priority right now .
And I’m not kidding.”
It only took 26,0001 sexual assaults being anonymously reported in the United States military in the last fiscal year and a bunch of angry women on the Senate Armed Services Committee2 to get Army Chief of Staff Gen . Ray Odierno to start to see3 the scope of the problem:
The amount of reports that are now coming out people willing to go public, which I think is a good thing has brought this to a head for me, he told reporters at Army s sixth annual Sexual Harassment/Assault Prevention summit at Joint Base Andrews, Md . Maybe we have a bigger problem than I imagined .
In addition to those 26,000 claims of sexual assault, there were a number of high-profile cases of military commanders overturning sexual assault convictions4 and, oh yeah, the head of the Air Force Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office being arrested for sexual assault . Despite this rather clear evidence that the military has a sexual assault problem at several levels and that it is not being adequately dealt with by the current people in charge, military leaders continue to believe that decisions about how to respond to sexual assault should rest in their own hands.
Odierno and other top military officers may well be entirely sincere in their horror at what’s been going on under their command . But it has been going on under their command, and there has been plenty of evidence of that, and yet somehow it’s only now that Odierno is saying “Maybe we have a bigger problem than I imagined.” Yeah, at the time you were ignoring the problem, you didn’t imagine how big it was.
Military leaders don’t have any very good answers about what they’re going to do differently .
But what they do know is that sole responsibility for stopping it should remain in their hands .
Even though they’re only now realizing it’s a problem .
Doesn’t that just seem arrogant?
Originally posted to Laura Clawson5 on Mon Jun 10, 2013 at 02:06 PM PDT.
Also republished by Feminism, Pro-Feminism, Womanism: Feminist Issues, Ideas, & Activism6, Sluts7, and Daily Kos8.
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Size: 136 MBBitrate: 256mp3Ripped by: ChrisGoesRockArtwork IncludedSource: Japan 24-Bit Remaster Sex Machine is a 1970 double album by James Brown. It showcases the playing of the original J.B.’s lineup featuring Bootsy and Catfish Collins, and includes an 11-minute rendering of the album’s title song, different from the original recording of the title song which was released as a two-part single in 1970. Sex Machine purports to be a live recording. However, the first LP’s worth of material consists of tracks recorded in studio settings with added reverberation and overdubbed applause (some of which subsequently were released in unadulterated mixes, most notably on the 1996 Funk Power compilation CD.).
All but one track of the second LP apparently were recorded live in concert in Brown’s hometown of Augusta, Georgia, although this material, too, features added reverb and overdubbed applause. All tracks on sides one and two are studio recordings with added reverberation and audience noise. All tracks on sides three and four recorded live at the Bell Auditorium in Augusta, GA unless otherwise noted. “Brother Rapp” and “Lowdown Popcorn” are the same studio performances initially released as singles. Audience-free studio versions of “Get Up I Feel Like Being a Sex Machine” and “Give It Up or Turnit a Loose” appear on the CD compilation Funk Power 1970: A Brand New Thang, along with a previously unreleased take of “There Was a Time” from the same session. “Mother Popcorn”, which was indeed recorded live, appears without added audience noise and with a longer running time on the CD compilation Foundations of Funk: A Brand New Bag 1964-1969.
In addition, the album Motherlode includes a live rendition of “Say It Loud – I’m Black and I’m Proud” purportedly from the same Augusta 1969 concert.
This live outing from Brown’s seminal 1970 J.B.’s lineup features Bootsy Collins, Clyde Stubblefield, Fred Wesley, Maceo Parker, Bobby Byrd, and many more. While it’s a cut below Love Power Peace in documenting this lineup live, Brown and his band still smoke, tearing into extended versions of funk classics like “Sex Machine” (nearly 11 minutes), “Brother Rapp,” “Give It Up or Turnit a Loose,” and “Mother Popcorn,” plus a healthy quotient of earlier soul material sprinkled in between. Wikipedia + AMG So let’s get something out of the way straight off – this live album is a fake, a counterfeit, mostly studio recordings with dubbed-in audience noise, although some of the tracks here are from actual live shows, albeit with an entirely different band.
It seems like an odd choice, since James Brown was at pretty much the dizzying height of his powers at this time, his live prowess the envy of practically all of his peers. He isn’t known as the hardest working man in show business for nothing. Some of the tracks are from an Augusta, GA homecoming show with the classic 60s J.B.’s, and the rest of the album is a studio session with the new band featuring Bootsy Collins.
The reason this was done is because the original band had quit before the planned live album was assembled and James Brown decided to finish it up in studio while rehearsing the new band.
While awareness of that does make all his audience exhortations seem a little silly (I can’t help but picture him in the studio asking a nonexistent audience to give the band another round of applause or telling that same invisible audience that he can’t hear them and it makes me giggle a bit), the thing is it still totally works. There is some dodgy editing (that jump-cut at 2:45 in “Brother Rapp” is especially egregious and the song where he says ‘it’s gonna be called James Brown live at home in Augusta GA’ was recorded in Miami, Florida), but this band was so tight and our man, American Soul Brother #1, is such a vibrant performer that the vagaries of the recording process hardly matter. So think of it as a live album or a collection of re-recordings of his favourites, the effect is still the same. You better say it loud, and be ready to go to the bridge (don’t matter where you are, maybe Los Angeles?), taste that piano, and you damn well better get on up.
Take in that dirty funky guitar sound of Catfish Collins, the pulsating rhythms of Jabo Starks, Clyde Stubblefield and Johnny Griggs, and the heartfelt, commanding presence of the man himself. He had his bands honed to a razor-edge of precision and it shows through in every moment of these recordings with songs perfectly designed to stretch out and ride those grooves wherever they take them. This is a brilliant showcase for two powerful bands led by one of the greatest performers of all time, you gonna let him get up and do his thang?
rateyourmusic.com/jshopa Personnel James Brown – Organ, Piano, Vocals, Producer Bobby Byrd – Organ, Vocals Bootsy Collins – Bass Phelps “Catfish” Collins – Guitar Joseph Davis – Trumpet Pee Wee Ellis – Alto saxophone Robert Graham – Background vocals Richard “Kush” Griffith – Trumpet Johnny Griggs – Conga Clayton “Chicken” Gunnells – Trumpet Darryl “Hasaan” Jamison – Trumpet Alphonso “Country” Kellum – Bass, Guitar Ron Lenhoff – Engineer Art Lopez – Percussion Robert “Chopper” McCullough – Tenor saxophone Jimmy Nolen – Guitar Maceo Parker – Organ, Tenor saxophone Melvin Parker – Drums St.
Clair Pinckney – Baritone & Tenor saxophone Kenny Poole – Guitar Sweet Charles Sherrell – Bass John Starks – Drums Clyde Stubblefield – Drums Fred Wesley – Trombone Marva Whitney – Background vocals Eldee Williams – Tenor saxophone 01.”Get Up I Feel Like Being a Sex Machine” (Brown, Bobby Byrd, Ron Lenhoff) – 10:4802.”Brother Rapp (Part I & Part II) – (Brown) 5:0903.Medley: – 13:42 04.”Bewildered” (Teddy Powell, Leonard Whitcup) – 6:0905.”I Got The Feelin’” (Brown) – 1:0704.”Give It Up or Turnit a Loose” (Charles Bobbit) – 6:2605.”I Don’t Want Nobody to Give Me Nothing (Open Up the Door I’ll Get It Myself)” (Brown) – 4:3106.”Licking Stick – Licking Stick” (Brown, Byrd, Pee Wee Ellis) – 1:1907.”Lowdown Popcorn” (Brown) – 3:25 (studio recording)08.”Spinning Wheel” (Clayton-Thomas) – 4:0209.”If I Ruled the World” (Leslie Bricusse, Cyril Ornadel) – 4:0310.”There Was a Time” (Brown, Hobgood) – 4:0411.”It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World” (Brown, Betty Jean Newsome) – 3:4212.”Please, Please, Please” (Brown, Johnny Terry) – 2:2613.”I Can’t Stand Myself (When You Touch Me)” (Brown) – 1:2814.”Mother Popcorn” (Brown, Ellis) – 5:50