Vagina Beauty Pageants Really Exist: Here’s Why We Think That’s a Good Thing, from fashionista.com People are squeamish about vaginas. Go ahead–say the word really loud on a bus and see what happens. But 50% of the people on the planet have them. Why is it such a big deal? The answer: it just is. […]
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Women Are Getting Their Muffs In a Huff: A Backlash Against the Brazilian Is Upon Us There’s been a lot of talk lately about bikini waxing, from the reasons it’s so popular, to the surprisingly young ages that girls start doing it. But the conversation just got a little louder–and more high brow. The Atlantic […]
From The Technology of Orgasm by Rachel P Maines, p. 63-64 [Jeanne] Warner thinks it likely that female orgasm in coitus is substantially overreported owing to women’s tendency to say what their husbands and doctors want to hear, and she adds: “Another factor in the denial of lack of female orgasm has to do with […]
from The Technology of Orgasm by Rachel P Maines, p. 61 A propensity to equate enjoyment of coitus with orgasmic satisfaction remains embedded in both medical and popular discussion despite nearly a century of study of female sexuality. … For most men, apparently, orgasm is satisfaction. Women, however, traditionally have been expected to find enjoyment […]
Dr. Carol S. Pearson’s archetype: Lover Lover individuals are most fulfilled by building relationships. Naturally appreciative, passionate, and committed, they enjoy creating consensus and motivating others to see and utilize their own special gifts. They’re usually excited and challenged by opportunities to enjoy the richness and fullness of life. Lover organizations often are very successful […]
Slow Sex by Nicole Daedone, page 68 Even for couples who have been together for a long time (and perhaps especially for couples who have been together for a long time) it can feel very vulnerable to voice a sexual desire. The thought alone can set off a fireworks display of fears, leaving us raw […]
From what I can tell, intimacy is most likely to thrive if you liberate it from excessive thinking and lubricate it with generous amounts of trans-rational contact. For love’s sake, empty your head of abstractions, opinions, and theories. Make lots of room for the aroma of freshly washed hair, the simmer of peaceful excitement, the […]
Slow Sex by Nicole Daedone. Page 43 “Studies have shown that during orgasm, a man’s brain lights up mainly in the pleasure centres. But when a woman enters an orgasmic state, several major areas of her brain go silent – particularly those involved with inhibition, appropriateness, and evaluating her environment for possible threats. Because of […]
Slow Sex by Nicole Daedone From the visionary founder of OneTaste and the creator of OM—a groundbreaking practice that redefines orgasm from a woman’s point of view—comes the first-ever complete guide to OM in book form. Slow Sex: The Art and Craft of the Female Orgasm is all you need to revolutionize your orgasm in […]
From How to lose friends and alienate colleagues: Show cleavage, study finds Globe and Mail, by Erin Anderssen Dressed too provocatively, “she violated the unwritten rule all women should know about,” said Dr. Vaillancourt, the Canada Research Chair in Children’s Mental Health and Violence Prevention, who hopes the study will help people think about the […]
Excerpt from Women behaving badly: research shows almost all women aggress against a sexy peer Results showed that almost all women were aggressive toward the attractive female whose only indiscretion was to dress in a sexually provocative manner. The women in this situation were more likely to roll their eyes at their peer, stare her […]
Excerpts from Albert Mohler, Southern Baptist Leader, On Yoga: Not Christianity The Huffington Post by Dylan Lovan Southern Baptist Seminary President Albert Mohler says the stretching and meditative discipline derived from Eastern religions is not a Christian pathway to God. Mohler said he objects to “the idea that the body is a vehicle for reaching […]
(as a woman) The most important career decision you’re going to make is whether or not you have a life partner, and who that partner is. – Sheryl Sandberg in her 2011 Barnard College Commencement address.
From LiveScience.com by Jessica Ward Jones After much review and public controversy, the FDA met this week and determined that flibanserin, a new medication that was hoped to be an effective treatment for female sexual arousal disorder, did not significantly improve symptoms of the disorder, and ruled against approving the medication. Female sexual arousal disorder, […]