When the power of Vagina meets the power of Comedy, all one can do is sing about it. Want a good laugh? Watch singer-performer Storm Large in her insanely tongue-in-cheek rendition of, “My Vagina is 8 Miles Wide.”
Here are a few choice nuggets from the tweet deck this morning. Let’s see what the twitterverse thinks of the keyword: LABIA.
So let me get this straight. There’s a War on Women but no War on Terror? Hey guys, little less focus on the labia little more on Libya.
— Dennis Miller Show (@DennisDMZ) September 12, 2012
-No, Dennis! More labia, less Libya!
William McGuinness, for Huffington Post Politics writes: Tim McDaniel, Idaho Teacher, Explained ‘Vagina’ In Sex Ed Class, So He’s Being Investigated
Parents in Dietrich, Idaho, say the word “vagina” has no place in a 10th grade science class, according to news website MagicValley.com.
A small group from Dietrich, population 332, complained to the Idaho State Department of Education, which launched an official investigation of science teacher Tim McDaniel. He is accused of teaching “sex education material” in a science class, describing “inappropriate” forms of birth control, telling “inappropriate” jokes in class and showing a video clip that depicted a genital herpes infection.
I can just hear those “inappropriate jokes” in my head right now. “So, you know kids, unprotected sex can lead to some very nasty consequences, nyuk nyuk nyuk…” Definitely enough of a reason to burn this guy at the stake, wouldn’t you say?
Do you want more orgasms? Be honest — Is your orgasm-per-day quota being filled? Is this something I missed out on and am I supposed to be buzzing a whole lot more than I already am?
In her article, “5 Ways to Have More Orgasms,” Dr. Logan Levkoff writes:
Women’s orgasms are the objects of scientific studies. Do women have orgasms? Where do they come from? Why do they have them? Is one better than the next? Is there a G-Spot? It’s not like we have the same conversations about male orgasms.
I’ve always wondered what the “G” in G-Spot stands for. Gyno-fabulous? Got it? Get it good? Gotcha!?
That being said, are there women who don’t experience orgasm? Yes, there are some women who are anorgasmic (cannot have an orgasm even with sufficient sexual stimulation). However, many women don’t have regular orgasms because they’re so caught up in the “right” way to have an orgasm.
I don’t know women like this, do you? Have you ever had a conversation with a girlfriend where you’re both sweating over the details on the correct way to climax? Really? Read more
Once upon a time, in a not so far away land called Sex as We Once Knew It, we all had this one basic instinct: Have sex and lots of it. Why? Because it felt hella good.
It was good enough until it wasn’t. Somewhere over the years, sex became more than the act — Now it’s a thing that requires excessive scrutiny and thought. People no longer have sex to get off; they have sex to meet goals, work on emotional needs and burn off stress. Sex now requires stamina, impossible beauty and acrobatics.
No longer is sex a roll in the hay, jumping someone’s bones or getting lucky — now, having sex is an Olympian feat that we must only talk about afterwards as nothing short of excellent in every capacity. We’ve taken the word “normal” and forced it to mean “boring” and in doing so, we have now set the standards so high that anything less than porn star sex must be considered a failure, played by failing, inadequate players. Read more
This, from Shelley Nicole blaKbushe:
Interesting, don’t you think?
Though the vagina may not be one of the more obvious subjects for art appreciation, the vaginal form has not gone altogether unnoticed by artists. The vagina in art tends to represent more than a body part, in fact, many times it’s a political statement, something that says to the world, “Yes folks, this is reality. This is what we look like. This is our power. Deal with it.”
And yet, history has given us very little in the way of vagina-related art — or has it? Read more