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Shere Hite Dies; Her Work Lives

          Shere Hite, one of history’s most influential sexologists, died this week at age 77.           Hite published her books of interviews in 1976 (on female sexuality) and 1981 (on male sexuality). The bombshell results of her interviews with some 10,000 Americans included: * Most women don’t orgasm from intercourse alone.* The clitoris is the primary sexual organ for a majority of women.* Many men and women have their most satisfying orgasms from masturbation or oral sex, rather than intercourse.* Many women’s sexual desire is limited by their frustration with how they are treated in their…

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Jerry Falwell, Jr. Gives Sex A Bad Name

Jerry Falwell, Jr, the president of ultra-Christian Liberty University gleefully photographed himself cavorting (trousers unzipped, drink in hand) on a yacht with a woman to whom he isn’t married.

The only reason to care about this is that Liberty University has a strict code of conduct for students that prohibits non-marital sex and consuming any media with erotic content or nudity.

Hypocritical Christian leaders like Falwell give sex a bad name.

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Still Not Free in the U.S.—Your Sexual Fantasies

On this most un-free COVID-stained July 4th, I want to caution you about another important way in which we are not free: regarding our sexual fantasies.

You are NOT free to fantasize about sex that is illegal. If you do, and you’re caught, you will have to prove you do not actually want to do those things. This is almost impossible. In fact, in my experience as an expert witness in courtrooms across America, I’ve rarely seen anyone do it successfully.

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What Is Kinky Sex? Does It Matter?

What Is kinky sex? Does It matter?

There’s actually no exact definition of kink, so feel free to say that what you do is or isn’t kinky.

Your sexuality is an experience, not a category. Shakespeare had it right—a rose smells the same no matter what you call it.

But you might be more willing to smell something if I told you it was a flower rather than a skunk. And so some people stay away from exploring sexual behaviors they might enjoy just because they think the activities are “kinky”—“and,” they emphasize, “I’m not a kinky person.”

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