I want to open a dialogue on the mind of many, and all over the lips of some.
Let me back up a sec. Not that our ultra cool community is insensitive to climax; rather, the ends justify the means. We’re more concerned with how we get there, because ultimately we know, we will get there. And if we don’t, well, we can take care of that ourselves, can’t we?
But that’s not the case for media coverage of come. In fact, there’s pressure galore not just that we gaz, but to come the right way, and produce the optimal off for lover(s). Men are pressured to edge, not to shoot to soon, all the while producing exquisite pleasure for lovers. Women are pressured to come at all costs, and now they have to squirt, too.
Which by the way, according to Oprah’s resident cooch doc, Dr. Laura all orgasming women squirt, it’s a master of whether they squirt up into their bladder, of out the urethra. And the best How-to video ever.
On a drier note, what drives the cultural fascination with upgrading orgasm? I understand the drive for better, more powerful, mind blowinger. What I don’t understand is the judgement that comes along with how it happens, if it happens, when it happens, why it happens, and the fact that we set cultural standards for it at all.
What say ye on this one, lads and lasses? How does stigma affect how you write about orgasm? How do you think it shapes the way erotica is received by readers? Culturally?
And yes, it’s a real place. A free ebook of your back catalogue choice to the first three commenters who can tell me where, without cheating! Sluts honor!