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13-5-2010  · Ingevoegde video  · Dire Straits - Money For Nothing Lyrics : Now look at them yo-yo's that's the way you do it You play the guitar on the MTV That ain't workin' …

27-9-2009  · Ingevoegde video  · The music video for Dire Straits' "Romeo and Juliet " from their album "Making Movies", released in 1980

... but I like things the way they are." However, keyboardist Guy Fletcher has been associated with almost every piece of Knopfler's solo material to ...

12-6-2001  · The Secrets Gay Men Don't Want Straight People to Know . 1.27M. ... the straights in on some of our dirty little secrets. Let's see if you still like us ...

" Romeo and Juliet " Single by Dire ... Indigo Girls covered the track in a solo rendition by Amy Ray on the duo's ... It was also included on the 2009 Like a Version ...

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In countless recent erotic books, from Melissa P.'s 100 Strokes of the Brush Before Bed to Toni Bentley's anal-sex memoir, The Surrender , girl-girl action gets a nod, something to be tried at least once, and not simply as part of an erotic checklist, but out of real curiosity and desire. Straight girl Jen Sincero was so moved by her six-month sapphic relationship that she wrote The Straight Girl's Guide to Sleeping With Chicks , which sounds like it belongs in the humor section, but actually gives the entire lowdown on what every straight girl needs to know about pussy eating, strap-ons, threesomes, coming out, identity crises, and more. She wants to encourage every straight girl who's ever thought about doing another woman to try it.

Part of me loves this sexual openness, which in fact is nothing new; supposedly straight women have been having girlie flings for ages. Yet there is something new going on here: Women who would never consider themselves lesbian, bisexual, or even bi-curious are more than happy to enjoy a sapphic smooch. Is it because lesbian sex is seen as something less worthy or powerful? I think it's just one of an array of options, like having a one-night stand or dressing super-slutty; the sexual world is at our fingertips, and we want to take full advantage of it. It's also not going to pose a threat to most boyfriends or husbands, who are more than happy to let their women engage in some girl-on-girl action.

But it's not always so easy to walk away without feeling changed. After all, I considered myself straight even when I dated a woman in college; she was the first woman I'd ever been attracted to. We had fun, but after we broke up and I went back to dating guys, I didn't know what to make of the experience. I felt slightly different, but not like an entirely new person. For me, it wasn't until I found myself attracted to women on a regular basis, and threw myself wantonly into a pansexual, polyamorous scene, that I truly came into my own as a sexual person.

One thing The Straight Girl's Guide makes clear is that straight women often walk away from their same-sex encounters feeling empowered on several levels. Sex, or something like it, with another woman lets you throw out the heterosexual script; it forces you to think outside the old let-him-try-to-get-as-far-as-he-can-before-you-push-him-away mode.

13-5-2010  · Ingevoegde video  · Dire Straits - Money For Nothing Lyrics : Now look at them yo-yo's that's the way you do it You play the guitar on the MTV That ain't workin' …

27-9-2009  · Ingevoegde video  · The music video for Dire Straits' "Romeo and Juliet " from their album "Making Movies", released in 1980

... but I like things the way they are." However, keyboardist Guy Fletcher has been associated with almost every piece of Knopfler's solo material to ...

12-6-2001  · The Secrets Gay Men Don't Want Straight People to Know . 1.27M... the straights in on some of our dirty little secrets. Let's see if you still like us ...

" Romeo and Juliet " Single by Dire ... Indigo Girls covered the track in a solo rendition by Amy Ray on the duo's ... It was also included on the 2009 Like a Version ...

" Romeo and Juliet " is a song by the British rock band Dire Straits , written by frontman Mark Knopfler . [1] It first appeared on the 1980 album Making Movies and was released as a single in 1981. [2] Reviewer Dan Bolles has called the song a "classic". [3] The song subsequently appeared on the Dire Straits live albums Alchemy and On the Night , and later on Knopfler's live duet album with Emmylou Harris , Real Live Roadrunning (though Harris does not perform on the track). The track was also featured on the greatest hits albums Money for Nothing , Sultans of Swing: The Very Best of Dire Straits , and The Best of Dire Straits & Mark Knopfler: Private Investigations .

The lyrics of the song describe the experience of the two lovers of the title, hinting at a situation that saw the "Juliet" figure abandon her "Romeo" after finding fame and moving on from the rough neighborhood, where they first encountered each other. In addition to the reference to William Shakespeare 's play of the same title , the song makes playful allusion to other works involving young love, including the songs " Somewhere " – from West Side Story , which is itself based on the Shakespeare play – and " My Boyfriend's Back ". The original recording of the song has been featured in several motion pictures, including Hot Fuzz , Empire Records , and Can't Hardly Wait .

The song opens on an arpeggiated resonator guitar part played by Knopfler, who also sings the lead vocal. The introductory arpeggios and melody are played on a National Style "O" guitar, the same guitar featured on the album artwork for Brothers in Arms and Sultans of Swing: The Very Best of Dire Straits . [4] In the Sky Arts documentary Guitar Stories: Mark Knopfler , "Knopfler picks up the National and demonstrates how he hit on the famous arpeggio lines in "Romeo and Juliet", from the Making Movies album, while experimenting with an open G tuning." [5] The instrumentation remains simple during the verses and moves to a full-on rock arrangement in the chorus sections.

The song itself, written by Knopfler, was inspired by his failed romance with Holly Vincent , lead singer of the short-lived band Holly and The Italians . The song speaks of a Romeo who is still very much in love with his Juliet, but she now treats him like "just another one of [her] deals". Knopfler has both stated and implied that he believes Vincent was using him to boost her career. The song's line "Now you just say, oh Romeo, yeah, you know I used to have a scene with him," refers to an interview with Vincent, where she says "What happened was that I had a scene with Mark Knopfler and it got to the point where he couldn't handle it and we split up."

The song has become a classic love song with a wide range of artists covering the track. Indigo Girls covered the track in a solo rendition by Amy Ray on the duo's album Rites of Passage .

I've been thinking a lot about sex lately. For those who know me personally, that probably won't come as too much of a surprise. I'm a red-blooded gay man with a hunky, virile boyfriend, and I've always seen sex as a healthy, important part of my life. But in recent months I've started to realize that I'm not the only one who is obsessed with what I'm doing in my bedroom or in my shower or on my kitchen table or... well, you get the idea.

My sex life, and the sex lives of my queer brothers and sisters, is (and has been) a favorite topic for countless right-wing and evangelical conservatives who fill their radio broadcasts and newsletters and email blasts with lurid concerns about the things that go bump (and grind) in the night in our homes. Not only is gay sex portrayed as filthy and indefensibly immoral because it does not result in pregnancy, but these pundits and politicians seem to take the greatest pleasure in presenting it as fundamentally dangerous.

Not only are statements like theirs patently untrue (the tragedy of AIDS in Africa alone is proof enough), but these pundits are ignoring one little thing: If we consider that, at the very least, straight Americans outnumber queer Americans 10 to 1, then there are many, many more straight people in this country having "gay sex" than there are gay people having it.

Yup, you read that correctly. If, like Fischer and Campfield and their comrades, we were to define "gay sex" as non-vaginal sex, specifically oral and anal sex, then anytime two heterosexual people have oral or anal sex (not to mention BDSM or kink or group sex or role playing or masturbation), they are engaging in the very same activities that these pundits label as obscene and hazardous. And guess what: They're doing it all the time!

By ages 25-29, 88 percent say they've received oral sex from a man, and 72 percent say they've received it in the last year. (Men confirm this: 86 percent say they've given it, 74 percent in the last year.) That's pretty close to the 91 percent of men aged 25-29 who say they've received oral sex from a woman and the 77 percent who say they've received it in the past year.

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