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stealthing: When a man removes his condom during sex, without his partner’s consent.When Alexandra Brodsky was a Yale law student, she researched stealthing and found that the practice was “widespread” among young, sexually active people, although her data was purely anecdotal.I’ve lovingly and carefully restored many of the images that I’ve used here and I’ve done that to share these with other spanking enthusiasts so I have no desire to take this site down.Besides, I still have many more images in my personal archive so eventually I’ll share more in the future.zombie-ing: When someone who’s ghosted their way out of a relationship tries to reenter their ex’s life, it’s called zombie-ing.It can be as a simple as an ex who disappeared liking something on your Facebook or Instagram, sending a request to connect on Linked In or reaching out and trying to get together.
She’s just going to ignore my text message.” READ MORE: How to schedule multiple dates in one night — the right way Annoyed that you’re invited to a wedding without a plus-one? amatonormativity: Coined by a philosophy professor, this term describes the assumption that every single person wants to be in a monogamous romantic relationship — and would automatically be better off in one.It’s like heternormativity, but instead of using it to identify when heterosexuality is seen as the default sexual orientation, you can use it whenever your best friend is pushing you to go out with someone you weren’t that excited about, by saying: “Stop being so amatonormative.” benching: This is what happens when, as New York Magazine puts it, someone puts a romantic prospect “on the roster but not in play.” They might bench you by agreeing to a date, only to reschedule — maybe even several times.ship: Short for “relationship,” and used as a verb to say that you endorse or approve of two people — real or fictional characters — being together.(“I ship Ron and Hermione.“) It’s especially popular among the youths.