Let your wife be a fountain of blessing for you. Rejoice in the wife of your youth.
She is a loving doe, a graceful deer. Let her breasts satisfy you always. May you always be captivated by her love.
Why be captivated, my son, with an immoral woman, or embrace the breasts of an adulterous woman?
– Proverbs 5:18-20 (New Living Translation)
Daily I delete hundreds of spam comments on my blogs. Most of these comments are just covert advertisements for:
“Anti-gravity solutions for pendulous breasts”;
Various food supplements to “lengthen and enlarge the male penis”;
Sildenafil tablets for “gorging, stiffening, and erecting the prick”;
and many other dubious nonsenses.
Luckily, Akismet filters out almost 99.5% of these flagrant comments from my WordPress blogs.
When I surf the internet, I am bombarded with images of voluptuous females with perfect boobs. By the way, what criteria do you use to judge perfect breasts?
Does your wife have perfect breasts? Are the breasts of your neighbour’s wife looking better than those of your wife? Whose breasts are examples of youthful perfection, your wife’s or your neighbour’s? Read my article “Expose: All Women Are Not Born Equal!“
Do you think the other woman’s breast looks gorgeous? If they are, how sure are you that they are not held high with anti-gravity contraptions such as a bra?
Or perhaps those enticing boobs of your neighbour have undergone expensive breast reconstruction work!
Do you think only men are interested in the size of boobs? How about women? Have you ever thought about the other side of the equation? Do you think women do not slyly look at a man’s fly yearning to know the size he is endowed with? If you think women are innocent, then see the following video.
Years ago, before 1996, the nude figure of a woman in a magazine or a hardcore video induced men to make a tent in their trousers. But now? Most men can’t get it up without the little blue pill!
Here are a few comments I came across about funding health researches:
Parkinson’s funding is a little shaky too.
Funding for Chron’s Disease is shitty as well.
Funding for Glaucoma research looks a bit hazy.
Funding for schizophrenia is just crazy.
Funding for cancer is dying.
Funding for AIDS was just fucked.
Funding for breast cancer has gone tits up and a little jiggly.
Funding for elephantiasis has not seen enormous growth as predicted.
Funding to fight alcoholism has tanked.
Funding for cannabis keeps getting higher and higher.
Haven’t heard a thing about funding for the deaf though.
Funding for diabetes is spiking.
Funding for dermatitis is a bit flaky.
Efforts for leprosy seem to keep falling apart.
Funding for the cure for blindness has yet to be seen.
All the money put into sexing people up will encourage procreation. And with more new people on the earth, the percentage of people with Alzheimer’s will go down.
Wait… Wait! I was going to comment something here, but I can’t remember what it was. May be I’ll remember it some other time. 🙂
- Expose: All Women Are Not Born Equal! (eroticpink.wordpress.com)
- Breast augmentation (en.wikipedia.org)
- Sildenafil (en.wikipedia.org)
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Witchcraft or Spellcraft is a complex concept and is difficult to define. It often occupies a religious, divinatory, or medicinal role. It is present within societies and groups whose cultural framework includes a magical world view.
In broad terms, witchcraft means “the practice of, and belief in, magical skills and abilities.”
Witchcraft is often exercised by a person who claims to have the necessary esoteric secret knowledge, or by designated social groups.
The concept of witchcraft and the belief in its existence has existed since the dawn of human history. Even today, witchcraft continues to play an important role in modern societies.
A witch often casts a spell to carry out a magical action. A spell could consist of a set of words, a formula or verse, or a ritual action, or any combination of these. Spells are cast traditionally by many methods, such as:
- by the inscription of runes or sigils on an object to give it magical powers;
- by the employment of magical herbs as amulets or potion;
- by the performance of physical rituals;
- by incantations;
- by binding a wax or clay image or puppet of the person to be magically affected;
and by many other means.
Rationalists and scientists do not place any credence to witchcraft or the existence of magical powers. Scientists, mentalists and psychologists can explain the paranormal effects arising from most cases of witchcraft.
A year ago, the Oyo State Police Command in Eleyele, Ibadan, arrested two men for killing a 42-year-old woman. The suspects claimed the woman was afflicted with Magun, the legendary African curse. One of the suspects said the woman he made love to, started vomiting. She then fell down from the chair, somersaulted and died. So, he decided, in his wisdom, to behead her, and cut off her two hands.
The Yoruba is an ethnic group of southwestern Nigeria and southern Benin in West Africa. They are one of the largest ethnic groups in Africa. The Yoruba language is a tonal Niger-Congo language.
Most Yorubas are superstitious people. They do not entertain adultery and have developed powerful juju, the Magun, to deal with it. The Nigerians fear the Magun.
“Magun” is a Yoruba term which literally means “Do not climb” or “Do not touch.” It is an inconspicuous way of saying: “Do not have illicit sexual relations with a person.”
For the Yorubas, the Magun is a legendary curse or spell invoked on unfaithful partners, especially on women. They believe that if a person afflicted with this curse has illicit sexual intercourse, the couple would suffer various afflictions such as headache, seizures, etc. Eventually, both illicit lovers would die. They believe that the curse could be averted only by performing a counter-ritual.
Modern medical science has tried to disprove this claim. The idea of the existence of such a curse has provoked several debates, amongst the scientists and rationalists. Yet, several (west) Africans still use Magun to curb the excesses of their unfaithful spouses.
The Yoruba people do not believe in the occurrence of post-coital stroke. Because of their superstition many patients have been denied medical help. They are often taken to the local witch doctor or to the worship centres. The woman is often subjected to intimidation, abuse and physical assault. In the index case in Ibadan, the innocent woman was killed by the person who had sexual intercourse with her.
The Yoruba claim that the victims afflicted with the curse will die in pain and public ignominy in one of three different ways:
1. By “Cock Crow” or “o ma ke bi adiye“. The victim would crows like a cock or would continue to vomit blood or a reddish substance like blood.
2. “Water of Heaven” or “omi orun“. The victim keeps drinking water till death. Some believe it is because the victim has incurred the wrath of Sango, the mythical god of thunder, and has to drink water to quench his burning thirst.
3. The male genital gets stuck in the female’s vagina, otherwise called “won lepo“. The adulterous couple become jointed after sexual intercourse.
It may sound comical, but several (west) Africans still use Magun to curb the excesses of their unfaithful spouses.
Stories of getting stuck during sex have been with us for centuries, and some of them might just be true.
Recently, a man, the father of three children, from Iwowo in Ogun State, Nigeria, had hurriedly left home without eating the breakfast prepared by his wife. He arrived at a hotel on Apana Street, in Ifo with his female lover wearing a full ‘Hijab’, a religious garment worn by female Muslims. He booked the room for one-hour.
When the hotel staff noticed the couple had stayed longer than one-hour they called the couple through their intercom. When their calls were not answered, the staff decided to check the room. They knocked on the door which was locked from the inside, but no one opened the door. The hotel manager then asked his staff to force open the door.
Inside, they found the lifeless bodies of the man and his lover stuck together due to penis captivus. The woman was still in her ‘Hijab’. A packet of sex-enhancement tablet, Viagra, was lying beside the dead couple.
The police source at the Eleweron command Headquarters of Ogun State Police Command said they suspected heart failure. But questions were raised: “If it was heart failure, how come it happened to both the man and the woman?”
So, the age old Magun superstition held sway. “There is some power at work here. I think it must be Magun, placed on the woman by either her husband or by someone else,” a policeman said.
The 2012 Kenyan incident
In 2012, a case of penis captivus occurred in Nairobi, Kenya. The following video shows a crowd gathered around a house in Nairobi, where a couple was experiencing penis captivus. The reports say the unfortunate calamity occurred after the cuckolded husband invoked the help of a witch doctor. The couple regained their liberty after prayers. The adulterer promised to pay the cuckolded husband 20,000 Kenyan shillings (US$225, £140) as punishment for sleeping with his wife. The video ends with the man going to an ATM to draw the promised punishment money.
In 1933, Walter Stoeckel speculated in a manual of gynaecology that penis captivus affected only adulterous couples engaged in illicit sex. He reasoned that the fear of detection presumably contributed to the force of the woman’s muscular spasm. This opinion is no longer held by present day experts on penis captivus, but recent media reports of penis captivus in Nigeria, Kenya, Malawi, Zimbabwe and the Philippines, all concern adulterous couples. More often public humiliation followed clandestine meetings.
- Penis Captivus: Part 1 – From Ancient times to the 19th Century
- Penis Captivus: Part 2 – The Great Medical Hoax (eroticpink.wordpress.com)
- Penis Captivus: Part 3 – In Modern Times (eroticpink.wordpress.com)
- Witchcraft (en.wikipedia.org)
- Magun: Literally, don’t climb! (punchng.com)
- Penis captivus (en.wikipedia.org)
- Vaginismus (en.wikipedia.org)
- Police Puzzled as Monarch Dies in Hotel Room After Sex With Woman in ‘Hijab’ (politicaleconomistng.com)
- Can couples really get stuck together during sex? (bbc.com)
- ‘Penis captivus’: the odd effect of being ‘hooked’ after sex (espacio360.pe)
Be careful when you ask a modern British woman ‘how her father is’. You know not what you’re asking! She might even slap you.
The origin of the phrase is open to interpretation. The Urban Dictionary has seven thoughts about where it could have come from.
The first instance about the phrase “How is your father?” is hilarious.
Writer and historian Michael Kelly, a New Zealander, traces the origin of the expression “How’s your father?” to the Victorian era.
In those days, men with daughters were very protective. The fathers took extraordinary measures to safeguard the virtue of their unmarried daughters.
Unmarried girls were kept within the bosom of their family and chaperoned on excursions. On those occasions when let out-of-bounds for social events, their fathers would often go with them discreetly.
Believe it or not, those fathers used to hide underneath the voluminous skirts…
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Christine Jorgensen, Copenhagen, Denmark, Dr. Christine Hamburger, Dr. Georg Sturup, Food for thought, George Jorgensen, Peker O’ Tool, Roger Moore, Sex reassignment surgery, This is life, Transgender, Transsexual, Vagina
“We didn’t start the sexual revolution but I think we gave it a good kick in the pants!” – Christine Jorgensen
In the 1930s, a sex change surgery attempted in Berlin on a patient known as Lili Elbe failed. It was most likely the first attempt at a modern sex change surgery. The patient died after the last of the series of operations.
George William Jorgensen, born on May 30, 1926, grew up as a happy child in a large close-knit family, in a crime-ridden area of the Bronx, New York City. He was a frail, blond, introverted little boy who ran away from fistfights and rough-and-tumble games.
As a teenager, George realized that he was gender wise trapped in the wrong body due to lack of male physical development. In 1945, he graduated from Christopher Columbus High School.
Shortly afterwards he got drafted into the US Army. After his discharge from the army, he attended Mohawk College in Utica, New York, the Progressive School of Photography in New Haven, Connecticut, and the Manhattan Medical and Dental Assistant School in New York City. He also had a short stint with Pathé News.
As a young man, George experienced strong emotional attachments to two male friends, but he never expressed those feelings. A couple of homosexual experiences reinforced the feeling that he wanted to relate to men as a woman, not as another man.
Concerned over his lack of male physical development, George heard about the sex reassignment surgery. He gathered information about the procedure with the help of Dr. Joseph Angelo, the husband of a classmate at the Manhattan Medical and Dental Assistant School. He then began taking the female hormone ethinyl estradiol.
At that time Sweden was the only country performing the sex reassignment surgery. So, George intended to go to Sweden.
George’s parents were both Danish-born, they had family connections in Denmark. In 1950, during a stopover in Copenhagen to visit relatives, he met Dr. Christian Hamburger, a Danish endocrinologist and specialist in rehabilitative hormonal therapy. At that time, Dr. Hamburger was experimenting in gender therapy by testing hormones on animals. George hoped that Dr. Hamburger would provide a solution to his sex problem.
At first George was a bit nervous to reveal his intentions. But Dr. Hamburger did not think there was anything particularly strange. He diagnosed George Jorgensen as a transsexual, and he was the first physician to do so. George then wanted Dr. Hamburger to perform sex reassignment surgery on him.
Dr. Georg Sturup, a Danish psychologist, assessed George Jorgensen. He accepted the determination of George to proceed with a sex reassignment surgery. Sturup petitioned the Danish government to allow castration of George Jorgensen for the sex reassignment surgery. The Danish government accepted the petition. He received special permission from the Danish Minister of Justice to undergo a series of operations in that country.
George then stayed in Copenhagen. As a first step towards transforming George into a female, Dr. Hamburger started hormone replacement therapy.
As the hormones began to take effect, George noted the changes in his body. The first sign was an increase in size of the mammary glands. Next, hair began to grow where he had a bald patch on the temple. Eventually, the whole body changed from a male to a female shape.
Dr. Hamburger asked George to take on a female identity by dressing as a woman in public.
The hormone therapy continued for more than a year.
On September 24, 1951, surgeons at Gentofte Hospital in Copenhagen performed an orchiectomy on George.
On October 8, 1951, George Jorgensen wrote to his friends how the surgery affected him:
“As you can see by the enclosed photos, taken just before the operation, I have changed a great deal. But it is the other changes that are so much more important. Remember the shy, miserable person who left America? Well, that person is no more and, as you can see, I’m in marvellous spirits.”
In November 1952, thirteen months after the first procedure, doctors at Copenhagen University Hospital performed a penectomy. Finally, George Jorgensen transformed into a female and chose the name “Christine” in honour of Dr. Christine Hamburger.
After the procedures, Christine wrote to her parents in New York:
“Nature made a mistake which I have had corrected, and now I am your daughter.”
Her family supported Christine’s decision. She later said her mother had always known her son had been different.
News of George Jorgensen’s sex reassignment in Denmark made news all over the world. One newspaper carried the headline: “Ex-GI becomes blonde beauty!“
The person who went abroad as ex-GI George Jorgensen returned to the United States as a broad bearing the name Christine Jorgensen. On February 12, 1953, the slender, blonde 27-year-old transsexual, wrapped in a fur coat stepped out of the plane onto the tarmac in Idlewild Airport, New York. Christine showed no vestiges of the shy man she had once been.
Christine was greeted with mixed feelings – curiosity, fascination and respect – by both the media and the public. There was relatively little hostility. Journalists tracked her for the rest of her life.
For the first time the world’s scientists and physicians were faced with a new heresy: “Sex was not immutable. Sex could be changed.”
She eventually had a vaginoplasty operation when the procedure became available in the United States. Dr. Angelo, with Harry Benjamin as a medical advisor performed the vaginoplasty.
Christine Jorgensen refused to divulge the details of her new anatomy, or how closely it resembled that of a natural born woman. “I guess they all want to take a peek,” Jorgensen once said. In interviews she touched on the subject in general terms. In 1958, she said:
“Everyone is both sexes in varying degrees. I am more of a woman than a man… Of course I can never have children, but this does not mean that I cannot have natural sexual intercourse – I am very much in the position right now of a woman who has a hysterectomy.”
Hollywood embraced her. Theatre and film contracts began to roll in, she was invited to all the most glamorous parties and even crowned Woman of the Year by the Scandinavian Society in New York. Throughout the 1960s and 70s she made a comfortable living, touring the country singing and doing impressions in her own show.
Christine Jorgensen was less successful in her personal life. She never married. “I haven’t found the right fella yet,” she told ever-curious reporters.
After her vaginoplasty, Christine planned to marry John Traub, a labour union statistician, but the engagement was called off. In 1959, she announced her engagement to Howard J. Knox, a typist, in Massapequa, New York. The couple went as far as the register office. Yet, they were refused a marriage licence because Christine’s birth certificate listed her as male. In a report about the second incident, The New York Times stated that Knox had lost his job in Washington, D.C., when his engagement to Christine Jorgensen became known.
Christine Jorgensen was a very contented person, despite her apparent loneliness. She became a spokesperson for transsexual and transgender people.
A few years before her death, Christine travelled to Denmark for a reunion with the doctors who had helped her through her transformation into a woman. Speaking to the media, she acknowledged the milestone her case represented: “We didn’t start the sexual revolution, but I think we gave it a good kick in the pants!”
Christine Jorgensen died of bladder and lung cancer at the age of 62, on May 3, 1989, four weeks short of her 63rd birthday.
- Christine Jorgensen (en.wikipedia.org)
- Christine Jorgensen: 60 years of sex change ops (bbc.com)
- Christine Jorgensen: Transgender Woman (cristanwilliams.com)
Aishwarya Rai, Arizona, Bettie Page, Food for thought, Halle Berry, Janet Jackson, Jayne Mansfield, Jean Harlow, Jes Baker, Liora K., Liora K. Photography, Marilyn Monroe, Naked women, Peker O’ Tool, Photography, Salma Hayek, themilitantbaker.com, This is life, Tucson, Tucson Arizona, Women
Nowadays, while browsing a glamour magazine, the computer or mobile phone one expects to see nude images of women.
During the mid 20th century, men drooled over Jean Harlow, Marilyn Monroe, Jayne Mansfield, , Bettie Page, Elizabeth Taylor, etc.
Now they crave after the voluptuous bodies of Janet Jackson, Penelope Cruz, Salma Hayek, Halle Berry, Aishwarya Rai, and so on.
Whatever the wishful dreams are, ultimately, one has to wake up to reality.
Do you think all the pretty and pleasant faced women you come across, face-to-face daily, have symmetrical appendages? Are all women 8-Figured, like the women one sees in the media?
The answer is an emphatic “No”.
Almost all women are taught that their bodies hold all their inherent values. But, many women feel embarrassed when they see their own reflection in the mirrors. They see an uneven pair of breasts, asymmetrical nipples surrounded by small to wide areola. They see their pot bellies, stretch marks, body hair, scarred legs, etc. Then, they feel dejected for not looking even an iota like the women they see in films, televisions, and magazines. They then detest their own nude bodies. They keep their bodies hidden by clothing them. These women are not alone.
Jes Baker from Tucson, Arizona, describes herself as a mental health professional, pastry chef, ex-art major, crazy cat lady, fat model, fiery advocate, and total pain in the ass.
Liora K., is an Arizona photographer. She uses nudity in her artwork. Liora says that she would, and do, use nudity in her artwork: “It’s not accidental. I love photographing bodies. I find them all beautiful, and I find that nude bodies evoke a sense of connection among humans in a way that clothed bodies don’t.”
Jes Baker and Liora decided “that it was time to see more diversity represented in the media … But not just diversity. Diversity framed beautifully.”
In 2013, they hosted the largest photo shoot they had ever done. All kinds of women, 68 in all, were photographed and shown nude online. They proved that the unphotoshopped images of the women’s bodies did not need changing or shifting, and they were enough.
Recently, Jes Baker and Liora K., joined hands in another project along with 96 other women. They undressed their glorious bodies in a beautiful room in Tucson, Arizona.
Jes Baker said:
“Nearly all had something to personally gain from the experience; it was a test of self-trust. They bared all to defy a lifetime of being told that their bodies were less than camera ready. And defy they did. Every time the shutter clicked, triumph was theirs. God, it was moving.
But they also bared all for you. They undressed because they wanted to share their curves and angles, smiles and frowns, firmness and softness, strength and fear… with you. With the world. With everyone who wonders if they are alone in their physical form.
We all know that what we see in the media isn’t the whole story. It’s not representative of all of us. And because of what we see (or rather DON’T see) we start to believe that we are the only one with our particular stretch marks. Our uneven boobs. Our scarred legs. Our asymmetrical nipples. Our belly shape. Our body hair. Our what-ever-it-is-that-you-don’t-see-on-display-any-where-else… Rarely do we see our beautiful and complex combination of body parts that makes us magnificent.
And when we feel alone in our body, we feel as though we are not enough. When the truth is: we are MORE than enough. And we are not alone.”
Click on this link to view the whole series at The Expose Project’s website –> “EXPOSE: SHEDDING LIGHT ON COLLECTIVE BEAUTY”
- EXPOSE: SHEDDING LIGHT ON COLLECTIVE BEAUTY (theexposeproject.com)
- EXPOSE: SHEDDING LIGHT ON COLLECTIVE BEAUTY (themilitantbaker.com)
- JES BAKER AND LIORA K’S “EXPOSE: 2014” PHOTOGRAPHS CELEBRATE BEAUTIFUL BODIES OF ALL SHAPES (bustle.com)
Heidi Montag is a fan favourite of the hit MTV reality series, “The Hills”. In 2010, she shocked everyone by undergoing ten plastic surgery procedures in one go!
The procedures she underwent included a correction to her nose, liposuction, and breast implants. The most important procedure Heidi underwent was breast implants to increase her breast size to an F-Cup. After some time, Heidi experienced health problems. The F-Cup implants weighed about three pounds each. Montag said, “They felt like bowling balls on my chest.”
Three years later, Heidi decided to switch for “more manageable” C-Cups.
The 29-year-old Julia Manihuari lives in northern rural Peru. She is a mother-of-four. After the birth of her third child, her breasts started to grow larger. In 2010, her breasts reached N-Cup proportions. The sheer weight of her breasts caused her to be bedridden for six months straight.
As she was in dire need of funds, the local media paid for her three-day boat trip to the nearest town to seek medical help.
The experts at the medical centre diagnosed Julia with extreme form of Bilateral Gynecomastia. It is an illness that causes the mammary glands to continue growing. The enlargement of her mammaries crushed her lungs and made breathing difficult for her.
Julia Manihuari underwent six-hour breast reduction surgery. The surgeons removed almost 35 pounds of flesh from her breasts and reduced them to a more manageable 34B cup.
Recently, I came across the following photo of these three lovelies posted in LizMani’s Blog.
- Heidi Montag Removes F-Cups! (theplasticsurgerychannel.com)
- Extremely Large Breasts Keep Woman Bedbound (fooyoh.com)
- MUST SEE!!!! iCAN TELL YOU RIGHT NOW THAT I HAVE NEVER SEEN ANYTHING LIKE THIS IN MY LIFE???!!!!! LIKE WTF!!!! (lizmani.com)
- Plastic Surgery Fans Heidi Montag & Spencer Pratt Head Back to Reality TV on Marriage Boot Camp (news.makemeheal.com)
- Rebuilding breasts with fat (8newsnow.com)
- BRAVA: Revolutionary Breast Reconstruction for Cancer Survivors (skinnymom.com)
- One Woman’s Perspective on an American Obsession: Boobs. (elephantjournal.com)
- Fat Grafting (breastcancer.org)
Helen Keller from the USA is very famous as a champion of blind and deaf people. In the Capitol, where the United States Congress meets, a statue honours her.
Another famous woman from the USA is Katharine Lee Bates, author of the very well-known poem/song America the Beautiful. Ms Bates was a feminist, a lesbian, a Christian socialist, and an anti-imperialist. All of these now conveniently ‘forgotten’ by United States Right wingers, who, when singing America the Beautiful, conveniently forget its later stanzas, so inconvenient for them.
These two women have been dead for a long time…
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1912 Brothel Menu, Betty Dodson, Brothels, Capsulation Parlors, Carlin Ross, Food for thought, French fashion, Fuck, Fucking, Mrs. F. A. Tasse, Peker O’ Tool, Prostitutes, Sri Lankan sex, This is life, Vagina
I found this picture in Betty Dodson with Carlin Ross’s website:
Mrs. F. A. Tasse, having opened special Capsulation Parlors at Twenty-second Street requests the patronage of the fast, slow and smart set.
The following are a few specialties:
|French fashion, with finger in ass hole||$3.50|
|Common old-fashioned fuck||2.50|
|Diddling on the edge of the bed, with one foot on the floor||2.00|
|Fucking the breast, with tits tight||1.00|
|Blowing in the ass hole, new style.||1.70|
|Finger fucking, with juice.||.50|
|Sitting on prick, shoving in stones and all.||2.59|
|One female suckoff, stones in mouth.||2.59|
|One fuck. 10 minutes soak.||2.65|
|PINKEY’S SPECIAL — Under-fucking woman on top, tits in your face, with extra lady to play with year balls while blowing wind up your ass hole with goose quill.||30.00|
|Watching a fucking match, woman to jerk you off.||.75|
|Squatting on prick||.62|
|Your prick sucked while sucking a woman’s cunt.||6.00|
|Maid to rub your tool, hardon guar’d.||.75|
|Free back scuttling while woman rubs your nuts with a feather; must stay out of poop hole.||3.85|
|Ass hole fucking for men over 45.||1.00|
|Bob cocks & flat pricks, extra.||.50|
No discounts for cash. Stink fingers and jerk-off matinees far young men under 21, every Wednesday from 2:30 to 4. Customers must enter with cash in one hand and tool in the other. If you are not a self-starter, stay at home and jack yourself off.
A Brothel Menu from 1912 (dodsonandross.com)
Brothel Menu from 1912 Is the Dirtiest Thing You’ll Read All Day (feeds.gawker.com)
Have you ever fantasized having sex with a stranger? A simple, no-strings-attached fling with a stranger you do not know, do not care to find out more about, and will never meet again. According to some this wishful thinking ranks first in women’s top five fantasy lustful-wish-list.
But studies by Russell Clark, a Florida State psychologist, and Elaine Hatfield, a former Professor of Psychology at the University of Wisconsin, say otherwise.
In the mid-1970s, Russell Clark, while giving a talk at a public forum on the Florida State campus said:
“A woman, good looking or not, doesn’t have to worry about timing in searching for a man. Arrive at any time. All she has to do is point an inviting finger at any man, whisper ‘Come on to my place,’ and she’s made a conquest. Most women can get any man to do anything they want. Men have it harder. They have to worry about strategy, timing, and tricks.” (sic)
As expected, many women in the audience took exception to his remarks. Clark was quick to compromise. He said, “It’s an empirical question. Let’s design a field experiment to see who’s right!”
In the spring of 1978, Clark and his students planned and played out a simple experiment. They chose a weekday. Five women and four men, all college-aged, took turns standing on one of the five quadrangles on the Florida State campus. When they saw an attractive member of the opposite sex, they would approach their target and in a cool, calm voice, say, “I’ve been noticing you around campus. I find you very attractive.”
The student-experimenter would then ask one of three randomly assigned questions:
- “Would you go out with me tonight?“
- “Would you come over to my apartment tonight?“
- “Would you go to bed with me tonight?“
In this social experiment, about half of the men and half of the women agreed to go on a date. But, there was an arrant difference between the genders while responding to the second and third questions.
Only one out of the 16 women agreed to visit a male experimenter’s apartment. In contrast, 69 to 75 percent of the propositioned males were happy to take advantage of the amorous invitations from the women experimenters.
In a published paper, psychologist Terri Conley of University of Michigan asserts:
“When women are presented with proposers who are equivalent in terms of safety and sexual prowess, they will be equally likely as men to engage in casual sex.”
Conley’s research suggests that women, like men, seek pleasure, when they enter the sexual arena. But the women know that they are less likely to get satisfaction in a short-term encounter.
Many feel that a stranger approaching a woman, and offering his free sexual services is the most unintelligent, perverse, repulsive, dangerous, and sexually unsavvy approach one can imagine. Also, the popular consensus is that men are sexually deviant. But, if a woman approaches a man and offers her services for sexual pleasure, then they consider it as intelligent, beautiful, and sexually skilled.
Here are two videos I came across on YouTube titled “Asking 100 Girls For Sex (Social Experiment)” and its addendum “Asking 100 Girls For Sex EXTRAS“. It proves the study by Russel Clark and his students.
- The Essential Ingredients of Casual Sex (psychologytoday.com)
- Meet Terri Conley: The Psychologist With an Alternative Theory of Hookup Culture (nymag.com)
- Funny You Should Ask (neatorama.com)
- Can Women Get Sex Whenever They Want? (alternet.org)
- Gender Differences in Receptivity to Sexual Offers (elainehatfield.com)
- Casual Sex: Men, Women Not So Different After All (psmag.com)
- Would You Have Sex with a Total Stranger? An Inside Look at the Study That Found Out. (realclearscience.com)
- The Psychology Behind Sex With Strangers & Why Women (Secretly) Want It (laweekly.com)
- Why Are Married Women Wilder In Bed With A Stranger Rather Than Their Husband (cheater-dating-guide.com)
- Gender Differences and Casual Sex: The New Research (yesmeansyesblog.wordpress.com)
- Women As Likely As Men to Want Casual Sex (northernbarbarians.wordpress.com)