NSFW Lesbosexy Sunday: So Many Things to Discover!

Wake up! It’s Sunday! Get your head out of your ass and focus on this computer screen for a hot hot minute. The roof is on fire! Have you read The Ethics of Lust today? You should. It’s about sex too. So you get like, double sex today!

So for starters, Jane Fonda is having the best sex of her life at the age of 71! She is doing this by taking testosterone. I bet she also knows these five Things We Didn’t Know About Our Orgasms including “they’re good for your boobs.”

demi moore via pussylequeer.tumblr.com/

Today in Clitoral Conversatons:

Scientists Discover the Clitoris: “Finally scientists are telling us what we’ve been telling men forever. Namely, that clitoral and vaginal stimulation actually provide different sensation.”

Does anyone else find it odd that there is little or no discussion of the role of the clitoris in sex education in general? Does anyone (besides my sex educator friends and colleagues) know the extended physiology of the clitoral structure?”

photo by M Knight - http://www.flickr.com/photos/djmknight/

Someone is curious about  “when it comes to sex, what does it take to mortify the mainstream?” and so they have written an article about it. On that note, here’s 5 Ways Conservatives are attacking your sexual freedom (likely motivated by mortification) and also, researchers are asking if masturbation is “the last female sexual taboo” because a study of 800 American adolescents aged 14 to 17 found 74 percent of dudes had masturbated and only 48 percent of women.

It’s true that everyone is gay but especially, ESPECIALLY insects. Insects love gaysex. Speaking of things that aren’t people, this Save Sausages thing is the world’s largest dildo ad! Neat! Bet you didn’t think you’d discover THAT today.

via meinmyplace.com

Also you need to call off your old tired beliefs —

Having Sex vs. Being Sexual: “…being sexual DOES NOT always parallel with having sex. I was talking to my friend some weeks ago and she said that one of her friends (not a mutual one) was looking at my blog and saying “Wait, so she’s blogging about sex…. but not having any?”

What can asexuals teach us about sex? “When you step into asexuality land, suddenly up isn’t down — it’s more like up, down and sideways all at once. It also brings up broader questions about desire and intimacy in general.”

The Frisky has A to Z sex words. This is how you can cheat on the alphabet game if the topic is “sex.”

via livingartist.tumblr.com

Nerve.com has Tools of Attraction: Girls With Short Hair, in which they discover the appeal of short hair, or something.

Qantas, the best airline in the world, is in trouble for offering a documentary about the female orgasm as in-flight entertainment for international trips. The 48-minute documentary “aims to help viewers understand the mystery of the female orgasm through the eyes of eight women aged between 24 and 68.” Every voyage is a discovery!

What did you discover today?

[a certain majority of these links are via World Sex News]

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23 Comments

  1. I think every person in that Nerve article made a comment about not being a lesbian, or at least noted that they were paired with a man. Hmm.

    • Obvs. Their site is hilarious, too. They show measurements of their giant horse or whale style dildos by putting a Beck’s beer bottle next to it.

    • SOMEONE’S got his panties all in a bunch (in the commentary below the article):

      ghensel- 1 week ago

      “Yeah. That’s right. There are Dildo billboards pretty much everywhere in Germany. Constantly. And all Germans have their Dildos on constant display at home.”

      hehe

  2. “Does anyone else find it odd that there is little or no discussion of the role of the clitoris in sex education in general?” YES! For serious, I was 14 before I realized it had a name.

    • You know, I’m starting to realize that my junior high cadre of 12 year old pervs was actually pretty well informed. I feel fortunate for that, because I sure didn’t learn anything from school or my parents.

  3. I only learned what my clitoris was because of NC-17 Harry Potter fanfiction. Oh, public school sex ed.

  4. I think I learned about it from the set of encyclopedias in our house, but I definitely learned what to DO with it from the internet. When I was 15.

    (internet forums are perverting the youth of our generation)

  5. what did i discover today…..well i discovered that going on omegle in search for a good convo isn’t a good idea and neither is going out in public after 2 hours of sleep. i also learned that i missed a suicide girls feature for this ):

    yeah that clitoris mapped out thing is kind of old…….a few months old but it’s been a few years old for me. self discovery is the key ladies and gentle bois!

  6. I was in college before I found out what a clitoris is and what it’s for. Fucking useless American non-sex non-education and stupid conservative Christian upbringing. Yes, I was so mad I could have spit nails at having been denied this information for so long.

  7. i should have cherished nsfw lesbosexy sunday when i could experience it in solitude. now i have to wait for my roommate to leave. :/

  8. There are some men that know the difference between clitoral and vaginal along with g-spot orgasms. Also a woman’s nipples provide stimulation to her genitals – that from the same scientists. Are there not female scientists? Lesbian scientists? Does that mean a woman could cum just by sucking and fondling her nipples? How about by pressing her pubic bone against something like a hip bone? Even Marilyn Monroe had that aced. The number of nerve endings in the clitoris vs the head of a penis is astronomically higher, but I forget the exact numbers. All that just so we could pee standing up? Bummer.

  9. Jeeze – I feel like I lucked out on the whole sex ed. thing. My middle school taught a lot of great info about safer sex for all kinds of sex (include gay and lesbian), and my high school most definitely taught everyone what a clitoris was and what it’s for. (For pleasure – yaaaaaay!)

    Not that I needed that info… I found out what it was when I was 11 via a site for teen girls that was basically 1/2 frank-talk sex ed textbook and 1/2 wonderful advice column. I wish I could remember the name of the site. That’s where I learned about the clit and masturbation. From there, I did me some book learnin’, and pretty much educated myself.

    • It guess I didn’t have the typical American sex ed, huh? I mean, my teachers didn’t even use gendered pronouns, and instead of saying “boyfriend/girlfriend” they said “your sweetie”, which I thought was quaintly adorable.

  10. Everything I learned about sex was watching late night discovery channel programs about sex. I learned what a clitoris was and more importantly why was I SOOOOOOOO into the lady parts and knowing how to please those parts as a man/woman. My point: at that age (11) I want(ed) to play with lady parts.

    Sex Ed in high shcool: ugh.

  11. I actually watched that documentary the last time I flew with Qantas. This is the opening sequence:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=onLc8krbOhQ

    I would tell you more about the documentary, but I actually fell asleep after that opening sequence. Perhaps it was just the natural post-coital response kicking in: cuddling then sleeping.

  12. In my school we got comprehensive sex education.. They hired instructors from a sex-ed organisation, and separated boys and girls. Girls were told about how to get sexual pleasure and shown pictures of how the vagina and all works, and about STDs.

    Very informative!

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