What to play and what you should know

A beginner's guide to the best porn games: What to play and what you should know
A beginner’s guide to the best porn games: What to play and what you should know

August 8 is International Female Orgasm Day, and we’re celebrating with an entire week dedicated to exploring the business and pleasure of porn.

Porn video games come with a lot of stigma, and understandably so. But if you push through all that, you’ll find there actually are some really good, very NSFW adult games out there.

It won’t surprise you that many of the most popular adult games share similar issues to regular mainstream Tube porn – aggressive heternormativity and a near-exclusive catering to a cis, male gaze. Still, the world of adult sex games is far more expansive, diverse, and varied than people think. And, finding the right erotic game for you can help open you up to new aspects of your sexuality you’d never thought about before.

We’ve put together a list

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BBC wants to play a bigger role in children’s education

James Purnell - Paul Grover
James Purnell – Paul Grover

The BBC should take a greater role in children’s education and replace some of the “traditional” elements of teaching, one of its senior executives has suggested.

James Purnell, head of radio and education, said the BBC had created such excellent online content for schoolchildren during the Covid-19 crisis that it had changed the game.

The BBC now has “a huge opportunity” to increase its reach in the education field, he said.

“I wonder if a Rubicon has been crossed now. I think for lots of us who grew up in a more traditional educational environment, we thought school was something that happened in a classroom with people talking.

“And that’s always going to be there but I think we’re going to have a mix of the two,” Purnell said during a virtual event for the Royal Television Society.

“Are we going to have a world…

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Coal should play no part in post-coronavirus recoveries, U.N. chief says

SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Coal should play no part in any country’s post-coronavirus stimulus plan and economic recovery should align with global climate goals, U.N. Secretary General Antonio Guterres said in a lecture to Chinese students.

“There is no such thing as clean coal, and coal should have no place in any rational recovery plan,” Guterres told an online audience of students and researchers in a lecture organised by Tsinghua University late on Thursday.

“It is deeply concerning that new coal power plants are still being planned and financed, even though renewables offer three times more jobs, and are now cheaper than coal in most countries,” he said.

China is a major consumer of coal and is still developing new coal mines and power projects while also making efforts to develop green energy.

China’s 2020 cap on coal-fired power capacity allows another 60 gigawatts to go into operation, though it is

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Fauci says ‘divisiveness’ hurts response; Big Ten schools to only play league games; CDC won’t rewrite school rules

Florida saw an alarming increase in deaths and top federal health officials ran counter to President Donald Trump’s wishes, saying guidelines for reopening schools won’t be rewritten and some states should consider shutting down again as coronavirus cases spike nationwide Thursday.

The Big Ten announced it will limit its fall sports to only conference games, impacting several significant scheduled football games. The ACC pushed the start of its season back to Sept. 1.

Florida reported 120 deaths – almost 50% more than the previous one-day high of 83 in late April – as the state surpassed 4,000 deaths. Nationwide, the Johns Hopkins data dashboard reported a one-day total of 820 U.S. deaths and a near-record 58,601 new cases.

“Any state that is having a serious problem, that state should seriously look at shutting down,” Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said on “The

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