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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Quailman as Batman

He’s the hero Bluffington deserves, but not the one it needs right now. (via Fashionably Geek.)

This is a mere portion of Dave Perillos lengthwise poster for The Empire Strikes Back. Check /Film to see the rest.

Sword leggings. You know, for dressing for your body type. (Fashionably Geek)

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  • Erin Astolfi Blank
  • Erin Astolfi Blank

    Pam Stetzel didn’t say what the young woman asserted her saying. The link will clear the air of such rumors. Thanks.

  • Jen Roberts

    Not sure that’s an unbiased source. I went and looked her up on YouTube, as she suggested in the article you linked.

    She told the kids in the video I saw that, quote, “If you forget everything else I tell you today, and you can only remember One Thing from me today, this is what I want you to hear: If you have sex outside of One Permanent Monogamous – and ‘monogamy’ does not mean ‘one at a time’; that means ‘One Partner Who Has Only Been With You’ – if you have sex outside of that context, You Will Pay. NO ONE has ever had more than one partner and not paid.”

    From the article you linked: “Stenzel’s overall attitude was that any type of sex will guarantee the contraction of an STD or an unwanted pregnancy,” Campbell told the paper. That sounds pretty much exactly like what Pam says in the video.

    She says that taking birth control makes you “10 Times More Likely” to catch an STD…which may be true if it’s the ONLY form of contraception a sexually active woman uses. What that says to me is that a more comprehensive form of sex education might be useful (especially when combo’d with what she claims teenage girls tell her all the time: “Pam, I didn’t know.”).

  • Anonymous

    Oh lordy. Everything she’s saying could be followed by [citation needed].

    Did you know, attending a Pam Stenzel talk makes you 10 times more likely to pick up dangerous misinformation about STDs?

  • Brian

    Is there a less credible threat than “If you don’t stop protesting our harmful, information-free abstinence-only seminar, we’ll tell Wellesley on you”?

  • Brian

    More like could be followed by [citation unlikely, if even possible].