“Boys will be boys” at this all-female college: Porn, sex toys and the new “girl” culture

AUSTIN, Texas — In a culture where boys are supposed to be the primary providers and warriors, young men are increasingly using sex toys to get what they want, even if they don’t want to be seen doing it, according to a new report from Vice News.

The report, “Bros for Boys,” details the increasing use of sex toys in the U.S. as the first wave of teens turn to technology to share intimate images and videos.

For some, the rise in the use of devices like the Fleshlight is the first sign of a change in the culture, according, The report was based on interviews with a group of sex toy enthusiasts, sex educators, parents and members of the male sex toy community.

“There is an increasing awareness in the adult world that sex toys are a way to play, share and experience sexual pleasure,” said Jessica Krawczyk, vice president for policy and strategy at the American Society for Sexual Medicine.

The trend of sex with a device, known as the vibrator, or vibrator bong, is gaining traction among the younger generations, Krawcyzyk said.

“The trend of the use is becoming more prevalent in the next generation.

That’s a very positive trend,” Krawczk said.

The number of adults in the United States who say they have used sex toys doubled from 5% in 2007 to 22% in 2017, according a recent survey conducted by the National Survey of Sex and Marital Behavior.

The use of vibrators and sex toys is growing fast in Texas.

The Austin-based school district’s Sexuality Education Center said the number of students using sex-based toys in their classrooms tripled between 2011 and 2017, from 1,600 to 2,300.

The new generation of students is more likely to be involved in sports and other extracurricular activities than their older peers, the report said.

That trend has been documented at schools nationwide, including one in Texas, the Texas Tribune reported.

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“We see more and more kids getting into sports, getting into extracursional activities,” said Amy DeSantis, executive director of the Texas Alliance for the Academic Freedom.

“It’s an area where we’re seeing an increase in the sexual health needs of students, as well as more exposure to devices that can help facilitate sexual pleasure.”

A similar trend is taking place in other states.

Texas, for instance, has seen a nearly three-fold increase in sex-positive school district policy since 2015.

Schools in Colorado have recently taken a proactive approach to dealing with the increased number of teens using sex devices.

Colorado’s Sexually Disseminated Policy Initiative has created a program called the Safe School Initiative that allows students to report sexual assault and other crimes that are a threat to safety to the school.

“They have a lot of support services available, like counselors who will be trained to help students understand what they can and can’t do, and how they can handle situations that may be challenging or uncomfortable,” said Kimberly McKeown, director of policy and research for the school district.

McKeowen said the Safe Schools Initiative has resulted in “a significant reduction in the number and severity of sexual violence” on Colorado’s campuses, including in the last five years.

The policy is working.

McVeigh said she believes the state has a lot to gain from the state and local policies that encourage more sex education, particularly to young students.

“A lot of what’s happening in schools is a combination of schools being a little bit more proactive, schools being supportive of having more education,” McVeighe said.

For instance, she said, Texas’ district started a “zero tolerance” policy on sexual harassment and sexual assault in 2015.

“Our policy is zero tolerance on sexual assault,” McKeighe told The Texas Independent.

The school district is taking a more hands-on approach.

“If we are going to be proactive in our schools, we need to be in the classrooms, not in the halls,” McKeeigh said.

Sex toys are becoming more common in schools, too.

A 2017 report from the National Education Association found that sexual harassment in the classroom is up from 2.2% in 2008 to 2.9% in 2021, and that students are reporting that they have been sexually harassed in their school, according the report, titled “Sexual Harassment in the Classroom.”

A report from Education Week in 2018 found that the number for sexually-aggressed students in high schools has increased from 1.4% in 2016 to 2% in 2019.

Sexual harassment in schools has also become more prevalent over the past few years, according an Associated Press report from January.

According to the report: In 2019, 2.1% of students reported having been sexually assaulted at school, up from 1% in 2015 and 0.8% in 2014. At