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The year is 2015, and you still have to explain to adult men AND women that there’s no such thing as a “tight” or “loose” vagina, because it’s a muscle that expands and contracts depending on a variety of reasons. Or that a woman does not pee out of her vagina. Or that reaching an orgasm during sexual assault does not mean the person enjoyed it. Or that abortion is not the destruction of a fetus, but is of a clump of cells. That the length of a penis has NO relevance to the ability to preform well sexually, since the average vagina is only 3-4 inches long. That pubic hair is not unsanitary or gross, it actually helps protect the sex organs against bacteria, and shaving actually increases chance of infection, abscesses and rashes. But no, we don’t need comprehensive sex ed in America, we’re doing fine!

Can I add that what you see on the outside is not the vagina?






i don’t normally write on the walls, but i was getting pretty pissed.
like, who the fuck says i can’t be smart and have sex at the same time?
i could literally get eaten out and recite the quadratic formula if i damn well please.



Hell yeah

It seems generalcumble is doing a “rate my fetish” thing and it’s spotting my dashboard, so here we go:

scale: fuck no | no thanks | eeeh | not sure | I’d give it a shot | sure why not | omfg yes | there go my pants | holy fuck take me now

Ask me about a fetish.









This won’t make your blog look ugly. How could you not reblog this? REBLOGGING THIS COULD SAVE A LIFE!!!

is this a real thing lmao I didn’t even know people tried to blow in vaginas, that’s awkward.

Guess I’ve gotta figure something else out.

I really hate that “reblogging could save a life” bullshit, but seriously - don’t blow into vaginas.

This goes for assholes, too, guys. I know a couple who went tubing once, and they had to re-air their tubes, but the guy thought it would be funny to stick the tip of the air compressor up to her bikini trunks, the air ruptured something inside her and she died within thirty minutes.


Don’t blow unless it’s a dick.


I’m still astounded on how many guys think that girls don’t think about sex as much as they do.

We got dirty minds too lol

I don’t care; everyone’s different, right?




Submitted to me by anon.

This is video is fascinating. It’s discussion on an observational study about common sexual kinks in humans.

Among many other things, it pretty much says exactly what I already thought: Men in general are obsessed with dicks, despite traditional thought. In fact, men are more obsessed with dicks than women are! This includes completely hetero men in general (though they’ll be hard pressed to admit it.)

((It was proven some time ago by cameras that measured where a person’s eyes pointed that men glance at another man’s crotch way, way more often than women look at either gender’s crotches. This of course being during fully clothed conversation.

It’s also proven that men think about the dicks of other men quite a lot. However, I would put forward that there is a significant different between obsessive thought and sexual attraction. Most men who identify as heterosexual cannot masturbate to gay porn even if they try. However, a large cock is vital for straight men to enjoy straight porn. Why is this? It’s fairly obvious… they aren’t obsessing over other men’s dicks in the video, they are vicariously imagining the featured cock to be their own. If that cock is pounding a pussy, great, because that’s what they want to do. If it’s pounding another guy’s ass, it doesn’t work, because that isn’t what they want to do themselves.

So, why think about other guy’s dicks in a non-sexual setting then? Simple. Dominance. Like it or not, the deeper a guy can leave his seed in a woman the more likely impregnation is. It’s a slight difference, but it is a difference. Guys with longer dicks, therefore, are slightly more likely to successfully mate. The ancient monkey part of the human male’s brain, the part most of us (men and women) are unaware of as it goes about it’s monkey life, knows this and is constantly questioning its own order in the dick size hierarchy.

It’s stupid, yes, but it by no means indicates that all guys want to suck a cock (other than their own… pretty sure most guys would if they could). There isn’t some vast conspiracy against being bi or an organized mass denial of homosexual urges. Plenty of women obsess over the breasts of other women. Doesn’t mean they’re bi or lesbian. There’s far more at work here than just sex.))

Oh yeah, you are absolutely right. You put into words what I’ve always thought.

Straight guys are obsessed with dicks. Why else do they make jokes/talk about them all the time? Guys are obsessed with drawing a phallus on every single canvas they can manage. It’s not a sexual obsession, I know. But it’s a obsession anyway.

And I think the reason why guys generally like dickgirls in porn is because of getting the female triggers of curves, but also having a phallus to vicariously live through.

Reblogging for the record. Note that I’m going TL;DW on this video for now.





Here is a general question on sexuality. More rhetorical than anything, but I’m curious as to your thoughts.

Why does our culture seem to universally consider sex and sexuality a shameful or bad thing? I remember a post about mother’s daughter stumbling across MLP porn (Nevermind how. That’s a different topic) and becoming deeply upset about her favorite character’s being naughty. But why is sex so naughty? Isn’t more the fault of our culture for making sex so inherently bad?

When instead our culture could simply educate to children that sex is just something that adults do it’s perfectly healthy. BUT, they’ll have to learn about it later.

I understand that what I’m saying might be slightly controversial is misinterpreted, so I ask that people request me to clarify something before the get upset at what they I may be implying. (Hint: I’m not saying kids + sex is a good thing, and I never well. So please don’t think I’m saying that.)

It boils down to the US Religion of choice, often times sex is treated as bad. Nations older than the USA have come to accept and not repress sexual things, while America is stuck in this rut of wanting to make sex seem as bad.

Sex is treated as taboo and in the 90’s, adult content in kids shows was common as children didn’t understand it, but in the late 90’s something happened when as a nation it became part of the culture to, if you are any branch of christian, make sex bad all over. Parents pulled their kids out of Sex Ed, refusing to talk to their kids about sex, making them feel like it’s bad and shameful. But it’s like putting a top on a soda and shaking it, the pressure builds till something breaks and sometimes people get hurt.

Psychology and science in general has proven a large amount of sexual predators, peeping toms, pedophiles, and serial rapists, had some form of sexual repression or sexual assault in their life that resulted in these unhealthy habits. Parents say they worry about their child being scarred for life, becoming some sexual deviant. But often, it’s parents enforcing their own religious rule on the children or even just wanting to avoid ‘the talk’ as long as possible. And almost always children, when they hit maturity, they think something is wrong with them and it scares them because they think it’s bad or shameful. And the children around them will also become scared and make fun of them often times.

Sex shouldn’t be treated as a bad thing, and yes, kids under sexual maturity should NOT be seeing the content, but when parents turn a blind eye and ear to their kids simple because they don’t want to answer questions or inform the kids, bad things can end up happening.

This is exactly exemplifies what I hate about modern culture shunning the idea of sex completely, especially around minors.

People want to “protect” their kids from seeing anything sexual until they hit 18, at which point they’re expected to suddenly and magically be aware and well-educated on the subject without anyone ever needing to tell them about it.

And obviously, that doesn’t happen.

Exactly, this is the very problem, as a nation kids are repressed and sheltered, kept “safe” and “Protected” from the things they see as bad. The thing is, repressing things often results when under pressure, things tend to break and it all comes out.

Kids are treated like they are eggs, that they can’t take even a little shock to the norm, and this goes on till they turn 18 where they are suddenly adults and are expected to fend for themselves and learn to deal and manage stuff.

I need to outsource my processing of This payments!