Students at an Australian university have been caught participating in a grotesque college initiation ritual involving drinking alcohol from their peers' penises. An annual 'Lad's Weekend' for new and old students of University of Newcastle's Evatt House was said to involve male college-goers participating in a variety of bizarre drinking practices. Most notable being male students, understood to be first years, kneeling down in front of older students and drinking from a cup made from the loose skin above their penis. A former student has claimed to news.
Making yourself throw up could help you feel better by expelling foods and substances that make you ill. Throwing up is a natural mechanism your body uses to get rid of toxins and substances that make you sick, but inducing the vomit needs to be done with extreme care. The American Association of Poison Control Centers discourages making yourself vomit unless your physician or poison control center explicitly tells you to. This is because:.
As one of America's most controversial televangelists, Pat Robertson has never attempted to keep his decidedly anti-gay opinions to himself. On Monday, Robertson proved his disdain for members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community on social media after joking that he wishes Facebook had a "Vomit" button for pictures of LGBT people kissing. Robertson, who has previously compared gay people to murderers and claimed that cuckolded wives need to work harder to keep their men faithful , made the comments during the July 8 episode of his daily program, "The Club. A viewer of the show asked Robertson how to address pictures of same-sex couples on social media sites, like Facebook:. When we "like" things on Facebook, if it's something that goes against what is written in the Bible -- such as pictures of same-sex couples -- is that considered condoning the behavior?
For four days in March, a sanctuary for queer and trans people sprung up in Tunisia — a country where being gay is illegal. To complicate things further, in Tunisia, trans people are not addressed at all in legal terms, and are lumped together in the otherness that is considered gayness. Hammemi said. Hammemi, who identifies as queer.