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Re: “Pleasure Activist

Ally, I love your insights on our language and how it affects our sexuality. I'm a straight male, and I can tell you how much my sexuality has been inhibited by trying to conform to male dominant expectations. When I was in high school, "cunt sucker" was one of the worst things you could call a boy. Later in life, I would engage in cunt sucking (can I say that instead of the medical word?) only as "foreplay", to get her turned on so she would let me fuck her. Then I met a woman who insisted that I suck her cunt "all the way", then sent me home with nothing but sore balls and a wet face. At first I felt humiliated and abused, but her orgasms had me fascinated, and I kept coming back for more. There is nothing quite like the intimacy of feeling a woman's orgasm so close. It is not just "foreplay". It is the "main dish".

Posted by jman85 on 12/05/2016 at 9:18 AM

Re: “Sex Language

I have always been offended by the way our culture turns sex into violent and disgusting terms like fuck and eat pussy. Fuck would be OK, if it weren't used 99% of the time to mean something violent or hateful you might say in a moment of road rage. Eat pussy is disgusting. I much prefer sucking cunt. Cunt would also be a perfectly good word, the equivalent of cock, nothing to be ashamed of, maybe even something you would use proudly, provocatively, like men use the word cock. I'll never forget the instant hardon I got at age 20 when my girlfriend asked if I would like to suck her cunt. I confess it was also too much for my virgin mouth, and I didn't take up her offer. It has taken many years, and quite a few bold women, to help me overcome my male programming. I wish more women would take back the word cunt, and not let our misogynistic male culture ruin it.

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Posted by jman85 on 12/05/2016 at 8:19 AM

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