Due to the graphic nature of The Piper Blush Special Experiment, viewer discretion is advised.
The pejorative stereotype around women with breasts implants is already broadly spread. It is not coincidental, the apparition of the ‘safer’ breast augmentation surgery arrived so close to the women’s liberation movement and the golden age of porn. You can say, it got most of its attention thru the porn industry, just feeding the concept that this surgery is preferred by porn stars, dancers or women who want to make money out of their augmented self…
“Paul Thibodeau, a cognitive psychologist from Oberlin College, considered three different hypotheses for why the word makes so many people’s skin crawl. These possible explanations were the sound of the word, the word’s connotation, and the social transmission of the idea that the word is disgusting.
Within a series of five experiments, Thibodeau investigated American English-speaking participants’ opinion of the word “moist,” among other words. These included words related to bodily function (such as phlegm, puke, and vomit), clusters of words related to sex (such as f*ck, horny, and p*ssy), and words that sounded similar to “moist” (such as foist, hoist, and rejoiced).
His study found that people who said they were averse to the word “moist” often pointed to the sound of the word as the source of their disgust. People who weren’t averse to the word said it was its connotations to sex. However, people who didn’t like the word had no problem with similar-sounding words.
The study found that people who identified as categorically averse to “moist” also found words such as “phlegm” and “vomit” more aversive, although not words such as “vagina,” “horny,” or “penis.” This suggests that the word’s association with bodily fluid is a strong reason for why it is so gross to so many people.”
The vaginal orgasm does exist, but it’s tricky for a lot of women. Only 30% of women reach orgasm through penetration. That means 70 percent of women reach orgasm thru direct clitoral stimulation. Rubbing, licking, sucking will all do the trick, don’t forget that each clitoris has its own preferences.
Men and women look more alike than what you think. Well, down there! Did you know that, all foetuses have the same genital tissue. It’s only at 12 weeks that the gender differentiation begins, the boys into a penis and the girls into the labia.
So the clitoris and penis are the same tissue, but they are put together in a different way. The clitoris has a glans, a foreskin (also known as the hood), erectile tissue and a teeny-tiny shaft. And it swells when it’s aroused!