Really, this is about sending you here, (NSFW), a Wikimedia Commons thing that just has these strange, airplane-illustration-esque* illustrations of wicked explicit sex acts. It’s worth it just to realize that phrase “wiki-fisting” is out there.
*this is Cracked’s spot-on description, not my own.
The conservative publication Free Beacon on Wednesday published an article smearing the 24-year-old woman who asked about equal pay for women at the presidential debate.
The article, published anonymously, alleged that Katherine Fenton’s Twitter account “reveals that purple Joose is her choice to get blackout drunk and she has a history of getting wet at happy hour.” The article also highlights sexually suggestive messages Fenton allegedly sent from her Twitter account.
The Twitter account cited in the article no longer exists.
Man, conservatives aren’t even trying to hide their misogyny, anymore.
Because if someone has sex her opinion doesn’t count anymore?
“12% to 43% of women in the U.S. self-report ”hypoactive sexual desire disorder” — a loss of libido, a decline of desire. Other estimates put the prevalence rate at about one-third of American women. The Association of Reproductive Health Professionals claims that 30% of women do not…
What is the answer to this? As a dude who can not possibly know the answer and have only my narrow observations to go on, could it be that this high of a percentage of women are so self conscious of their bodies that they can’t or won’t allow themselves to let go? Just let go and enjoy?
Again, I’m coming from the perspective of someone who can’t understand being in a state where I wouldn’t know how to get myself off. I know how that part of me works and there are times when I know I would be totally incapable of getting off but I know why. Not being in the mood, etc. But wanting to cum and not being able to? It’s not something I can identify with. It’s something that makes me sad to think about. What is at the root of that?
Is it such a surprise that the Olympic Village always turns into Bone-City? Everyone is young, everyone is in super great shape, and they’re all either about to perform in the most stressful event of their lives (sex is a great way to take the edge off) or they just finished performing in the most stress event of their lives (sex is both a great way to celebrate and a great way to take your mind off of that crushing defeat). I’m unsurprised, though kind of deilghted.
Did this just turn into a “sex in great in any situation” post?
In our analysis of news stories and transcripts from the past 6 months, men are much more likely to be quoted on their subjective insight in newspapers and on television. This pattern holds true across all major news outlets, as well as on issues specifically concerning women. For example, in front page articles about the 2012 election that mention abortion or birth control, men are 4 to 7 times more likely to be cited than women. This gender gap undermines the media’s credibility.
How they did it:
The 4th Estate collects data from a sampling of news stories from US national print outlets, TV broadcast and radio transcripts covering the 2012 election. These stories are contextually analyzed and broken down by topic, sentiment and newsmaker. The data for this graphic includes quotes and statements from newsmakers who provide subjective insight. Statements from candidates are not counted. The 4th Estate’s sister company, Global News Intelligence, provides similar proprietary services for government and Fortune 500 companies.