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We provide actionable intelligence on child and youth issues plus opportunities to discuss and debate key issues through Forums, seminars and conferences. The London-based Youth Research Forum is a consortium of leading players in the public, private and voluntary sectors in the UK concerned about issues affecting youth. It was founded in response to a need recognized in the private and public sectors for relevant and up-to-date research and informed debate on key issues facing young people today.


Young people have moved to the centre of government policy-making. Government is increasingly seeking to intervene to modify youth behaviour but with varying degrees of success.

Why we are important?

Problems that have not been effectively addressed by successive governments (such as youth crime, antisocial behaviour, obesity, diabetes, alcohol and drug consumption) contribute on an ongoing basis to individual, family and social deprivation. It can take generations to resolve. The costs associated with getting policies wrong are usually formidable.

In health, education, leisure, criminal justice and citizenship, it is clear that the formative periods in young people’s lives fall before they enter the worlds of work. It is essential that children and young people today are motivated to address the challenges they face in life in a constructive and socially beneficial manner.


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When you touch someone you have an opportunity to share love, express how much you care, and to display your feelings on a physical level.  It is possible to feel good helping someone you love feel good, better, or great.

NAIROBI (Reuters) - Two men are seeking a Kenyan court ruling declaring enforced anal examinations unconstitutional after they were subjected to such tests last year to see if they had been involved in gay sex, the men's lawyer said on Tuesday.

If you are going to touch someone you can choose to have products which enhance the touching sensations. As we travel around the world we look for products to recommend. We experiment with new sensations as much as possible. 

Depression is not my specialty. I'm not a doctor. I don't take any medications. My husband thinks I should take something for menopause. I exercise... I don't smoke and I rarely  drink any alcohol. When your partner has physical issues, it effects you too.

In court papers filed in September, the two men, whose names have not been made public, alleged they were coerced into undergoing anal examination by security personnel and a public hospital in Kenya's coastal city of Mombasa in February 2015.

The two were arrested in a bar near Ukunda along Kenya's Indian Ocean coast in February 2015 on suspicion of engaging in gay sex, which is a criminal offense in Kenya. They still face the charges and, if convicted, could face 14 years in jail.

Well, the good news, is that you’re not alone. Lots of women—maybe even most women—have negative associations with anal sex. There are two main reasons for this: The “ew” factor and the “ouch” factor.

FILE - In this Monday, Feb. 10, 2014 file photo, Kenyan gays and lesbians and others supporting their cause wear masks to preserve their anonymity and one holds out a wrapped condom, as they stage a rare protest, against Uganda's increasingly tough stance against homosexuality and in solidarity with their counterparts there, outside the Uganda High Commission in Nairobi, Kenya. A Kenyan judge on Thursday, June 16, 2016 has upheld the use of enforced anal examinations to determine a suspect's sexual orientation, saying he found no violation of rights or the law and dismissed the petition by two men who were subjected to the procedures. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis, File)

First let’s talk about the “ew” aspect of going anal. Anal sex, despite its growing popularity, is still not widely accepted as a “normal” sexual act. There is an element of taboo, and most importantly to women, an element of…grossness. Much as we many want to pleasure our man with a new and exciting move, it’s hard for us women folk to get past the idea that anal sex is…well…icky!

MOMBASA, Kenya (AP) — A Kenyan court on Thursday upheld the use of anal examinations to determine a suspect's sexual orientation, dismissing the argument that the procedure amounts to torture and degrading treatment

>Do you cringe when someone mentions anal sex? Does the idea of his hard on ramming into your butt give you the eeby-jeebies? Do you get embarrassed just thinking about him going in where your poop comes out

>Most women even have this strange fantasy that maybe men don’t know that they defecate. You always hear of women holding in their BMs til they’re in a public bathroom where there’s no way their guy will hear or smell anything (sorry to be crass here). And now, you  want me to pull down my pants and you want to put your penis…where?? In that one hole that I try so hard to deny in front of you? Yuck

>Next comes the “ouch” aspect. I’m not going to lie, anal sex hurts. You need to be extremely prepared for some serious backdoor pressure when you agree to let him put his erection in that tiny tiny, not very stretchable butt hole. And while bigger may be better in some ways, if you decide to go anal, I’ll bet you wish he were…not so well endowed

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>Let's agree that different people have different physical capabilities. Sensuality is about gratifying your senses. We have five senses to gratify. You can gratify senses without intercourse. You can find satisfaction in many ways.  Consider the possibilities. What would you enjoy touching, seeing, hearing, tasting, or smelling? Do something for your senses. When we seek to enhance our touching experiences we can consider our soap, our body lotions, massage oils, pillows, and even lingerie

>My husband has had multiple health challenges, so I've had to take my own advice lately. I haven't shared with enough of you how we've been able to get through it all. We have had our arguments and yet we've found a way to have fun along the way. Sensuality can be a part of your life if you want to feel good or make someone you love feel good

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