The Internet is Funny

because cats.

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In my head I am the greatest public speaker. In real life I can’t stop laughing at the opening joke I haven’t told yet.

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You ever do nothing when you should be doing something? I got a paper to write, two exams to study for, and like five scholarly journals to read. And I’m just sitting here unlocking and locking my phone.

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I leave for Vietnam in less than 47 days. You could say I’m a little nervous.

I leave for Vietnam in less than 47 days. You could say I’m a little nervous.

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I don’t have favorites because I think favoritism is stupid. But I like Emma Stone a lot. And queso dip. Also Popeye’s fried chicken. With a side of mashed potatoes. And extra gravy. The gravy is good because it has bacon bits in it.
Heavy breathing.

I don’t have favorites because I think favoritism is stupid. But I like Emma Stone a lot. And queso dip. Also Popeye’s fried chicken. With a side of mashed potatoes. And extra gravy. The gravy is good because it has bacon bits in it.

Heavy breathing.

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The Myth of the Vaginal Orgasm

by Anne Koedt (1970)

Whenever female orgasm and frigidity are discussed, a false distinction is made between the vaginal and the clitoral orgasm. Frigidity has generally been defined by men as the failure of women to have vaginal orgasms. Actually the vagina is not a highly sensitive area and is not constructed to achieve orgasm. It is the clitoris which is the center of sexual sensitivity and which is the female equivalent of the penis.

Women Who Say They Have Vaginal Orgasms

Because of the lack of knowledge of their own anatomy, some women accept the idea that an orgasm felt during “normal” intercourse was vaginally caused. This confusion is caused by a combination of two factors. One, failing to locate the center of the orgasm, and two, by a desire to fit her experience to the male-defined idea of sexual normalcy. Considering that women know little about their anatomy, it is easy to be confused.

The vast majority of women who pretend vaginal orgasm to their men are faking it to “get the job.” In a new bestselling Danish book, I Accuse, Mette Ejlersen specifically deals with this common problem, which she calls the “sex comedy.” This comedy has many causes. First of all, the man brings a great deal of pressure to bear on the woman, because he considers his ability as a lover at stake. So as not to offend his ego, the woman will comply with the prescribed role and go through simulated ecstasy. In some of the other Danish women mentioned, women who were left frigid were turned off to sex, and pretended vaginal orgasm to hurry up the sex act. Others admitted that they had faked vaginal orgasm to catch a man. In one case, the woman pretended vaginal orgasm to get him to leave his first wife, who admitted being vaginally frigid. Later she was forced to continue the deception, since obviously she couldn’t tell him to stimulate her clitorally. Many more women were simply afraid to establish their right to equal enjoyment, seeing the sexual act as being primarily for the man’s benefit, and any pleasure that the woman got as an added extra. Other women, with just enough ego to reject the man’s idea that they needed psychiatric care, refused to admit their frigidity. They wouldn’t accept self-blame, but they didn’t know how to solve the problem, not knowing the physiological facts about themselves. So they were left in a peculiar limbo.

Again, perhaps one of the most infuriating and damaging results of this whole charade has been that women who were perfectly healthy sexually were taught that they were not. So in addition to being sexually deprived, these women were told to blame themselves when they deserved no blame. Looking for a cure to a problem that has none can lead a woman on an endless path of self-hatred and insecurity. For she is told by her analyst that not even in her one role allowed in a male society-the role of a woman-is she successful. She is put on the defensive, with phony data as evidence that she’d better try to be even more feminine, think more feminine, and reject her envy of men. That is, shuffle even harder, baby.