NSFW Lesbosexy Sunday Is Certain That Her G-Spot Exists

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+ Because it’s fun to read about orgasms:

“I spend my whole day thinking and writing about sex – and the best sex I have is with myself.

I masturbate every day. I don’t look at porn. At some point in the day, my pussy lets me know that she’s had enough on the side lines and needs some “me” time.”

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+ The g-spot debate highlights some interesting points about how science talks (or doesn’t talk) about women and orgasms:

“The way that female orgasms are contested in science, then reported on in the media is 1.) not really helping anyone and 2.) is sorta sexist or, at the least, very gendered. Imagine if there were a plethora of studies about male orgasms and whether men feel them in the testicles or the shaft — the question sounds ridiculous. And it’s just as ridiculous that science still can’t decide whether or not that walnut-shaped g-spot even exists. Can’t women just get some good science?”

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+ Scientist Brooke Magnanti, also known as former call-girl and author Belle de Jour, has a new book, The Sex Myth. It looks really good:

“Most of today’s erotic pictures and films resemble everyday sex as much as Casualty does the real workings of a hospital. It’s less stories about hookers, and more soap operas with boobies. And yet pornography is a lightning rod for all kinds of accusations. In general these can be divided into two types: concern about the effects on the viewer – as with Lord Campbell’s Act – and concern about the effects on the participants.

It is often said that porn objectifies women and promotes sexual violence. Is this true? In porn people dress sluttier, act bolder, and definitely spend less time negotiating sex than any real-life equivalent (outside of prostitution). Porn is very different from the sexual experiences most of us have had. Because of this, it’s an easy target.”

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+ On Tiny Nibbles, Thomas Roche writes about why pheromone parties are ridiculous scam science:

An attraction to sweaty clothes is, in fact, a very common fetish — and generally harmless. Smelling someone’s sweaty clothes can be hot for you if it’s hot for you, and hooray for you if it is. But as a mainstream, utilitarian matchmaking tool? Yeah…that’s kind of weird. And as a mainstream, utilitarian matchmaking tool supported by a buzzword that reeks (hee hee!) of pseudoscience? Gag me with a spoon.”

+ A new search engine, Bateflix.com, will search through Netflix titles that involve sex and nudity by genre, category, year, availability, and rating. For your reference, a search for “lesbian” gives about 60 results.

+ Did you see our gallery of sexy curvy femmes from last week? Well, it’s pretty epic/awesome so you should check it out.

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+ The Guardian on climate change erotica and doomsday dating:

“The emergence of a discourse on doomsday dating – real or fictional – maybe says something quite depressing about 21st-century attitudes to the future. Romance is often about hope after all, though I appreciate some might argue this is a slightly heteronormative view (or at least the politics of childbirth is worth reflecting upon if digging deeper into this issue). If you want some optimism, there’s that icon of postmodernist survivalism, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, who, on a date in one of the later series, is told by her boyfriend that knowing her leads to him puzzling over what the plural for apocalypse is.”

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+ An intense debate over bacon lube versus honey lube is raging at the Huffington Post. From the maker of bacon lube:

I just wanna punch that little bear in the face. Sex should not be cute. It’s too cutesy. Bacon is for everyone. Honey Lube, well, it’s just not an adult thing.”

And from the maker of honey lube:

“What irks you about Baconlube?

They don’t really bother me too much, but I guess we just value the health benefits of our product. Baconlube is more of a novelty. The bacon flavor is a cute idea but I don’t think it’s up to par. It’s a one-hit wonder. It’s really just gross. Disgusting.”

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+ Pregnancy fetishes: not just for dudes:

“”Lea” is a 24-year-old with a pregnancy fetish. “She is fertile and has successfully created life. As a lesbian, I have the choice to become pregnant. This makes us, women, god like, powerful, rulers of life,” she says. “That is sexy.” And seriously, while it is sometimes downplayed in art and literature, giving birth is the human experience. Like by default. So maybe we can see where that might be worthy of some sort of worship, sexual or otherwise.”

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+ From Curvy Girls, edited by Rachel Kramer Bussel, an excerpt of Salome Wilde and Talon Rihai’s “Recognition”:

“To Rhiamon, Moll’s mouth tasted of apple and the mind of sugar-free gum. Moll’s hands were strong on her ass and made Rhiamon’s pussy tingle and moisten. Moll’s skin was soft, and her flesh was soft, even as muscles moved beneath the dips and roundings of her hands founds as they moved up beneath Moll’s shirt, over her waist and belly, to her chest. Her breast were handfuls, just like Rhiamon’s own — though Moll’s resided in cups, and Rhiamon’s were held close by a sports bra. She felt hard nipples and pushed the fabric up and away, so she could roll them between her fingers and feel the gasp it bought. Then she ground her hips against Moll’s even as Moll’s hands tugged her closer. Pulling her mouth away, briefly, she kissed down that creamy neck, nibbling and sucking as she kneaded Moll’s familiar-feeling breasts.”

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22 Comments

  1. science believes in the g-spot guysss :] I promise. they’ve proven it’s existence many times over. people just like to be assholes and waste everyone’s time with stupidity for the fame. i love science and got into it bc of all the crazy sex studies, so i gotta represent <3

    "The urethral sponge is composed of erectile tissue; during arousal, it becomes swollen with blood, compressing the urethra, helping prevent urination during sexual activity (along with the pubococcygeus muscle). Additionally, the urethral sponge contains the Skene's glands, which with continued stimulation, may produce an ejaculate (usually clear in color) and release it through the urethra during sexual activity or orgasm."

    tons of scholar articles if anyone's interested 🙂
    http://scholar.google.com/scholar?q=urethral+sponge+g+spot+erectile+tissue&hl=en&btnG=Search&as_sdt=1%2C7&as_sdtp=on

  2. Ha, so, I was in a sort of study about the pheromone thing (just for an undergraduate genetics class, nothing serious) and I asked them to note that I was a homo and see if it changed anything (not sure they did).

    My conclusion was that people smell funny–and the problem with it is you have to use unscented soap and shampoo, no deodorant, and not eat garlic, etc. I ate garlic cause I like Thai food. Suck it, study.

    But anyway, some people think that the pheromone thing is related to the MHC (major histocompatibility complex)which is basically a portion of the immune system. Theoretically, you’ll have healthier bebes if you sleep with someone who has an MHC that is farther away from yours (they’ll have a more varied/strong immune response, I guess?)

    SCIENCE. Ok, go back to the naked women now. As you were.

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