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Word of the Day: Cliterate

If you’ve seen the hashtag “cliterate” circulating around on Twitter but have yet to discover its origin, you’re in for a treat. I recently came across a fabulous profile on New York artist Sophia Wallace and her latest project on “Cliteracy”. But what exactly does the project entail? Simply put: It’s a campaign designed to educate the public the only female body part that exists solely for pleasure. (Yes! Continue Reading →

Genitals in the Wild: Hanging on the Wall

What pairs well with red wine and duck breast? Clitoral-inspired wall art, apparently. Earlier this fall, I was out dining with a friend in Philadelphia when I spotted this beauty on the wall. Now I can only assume that the artist responsible for this painting did not intend for it to resemble the upper most part of a woman’s vulva. But as I admired the paintings lining the walls of The Matyson, there it was, clitoral-esque art positioned right above my date’s head. Continue Reading →

Anne Frank’s Edited Anatomy

In all the places to find interesting sex-positive talk, I was informed of this link while listening to SModcast with Kevin Smith.  He and his hetero-lifemate Scott Mosier expressed their disappointment in our society for the censorship that we feel we need to impose on our children, including basic anatomy talk from a famous teenaged figure.  This from the guys who made “Clerks.” The body talk in Anne Frank’s diary is an older story (the content discussed was first published in 1995), but resurfaced two years ago when parents in a Virginia middle school were complaining about the “explicit sexual content” in this classic piece of literature. Reproduced here is the “explicit sexual content.” “…Until I was eleven or twelve, I didn’t realize there was a second set of labia on the inside, since you couldn’t see them. What’s even funnier is that I thought urine came out of the clitoris…When you’re standing up, all you see from the front is hair. Continue Reading →

MSP Sex Q&A: Why is her clitoris so sensitive after orgasm?

Question: After my girlfriend comes, she gets super sensitive. It’s like I can’t even go near her clitoris without her batting me away. In light of her sensitivity, how can I get her to have two orgasms in a row? Is this normal? Answer: Yes, it is totally normal and within the range of typical experiences for a woman to feel sensitive to touch right after orgasm. Continue Reading →