Q: When The Boy and I have sex, it is good sex. It is fabulous and we are careful and adventurous and satisfying and it’s lovely. But we’ll have months of being at it like rabbits and then I don’t know, something happens and he loses his erection. And then we don’t have sex for months… Read More Anxiety, Insecurity, and Erections
PSAs Kids: Remember to add time to your DVRs. The never-ending show that is American Idol is the Bones lead-in now. Also, I’m trying a new, more free-form, commentary recap style this week. Let me know how you like it in the comments. Read More Bones Recap 6.15: The Killer in the Crosshairs
Tuesday we talked about pleasure and the first time we found out about it. Today, let’s expand on that topic and make things a little more personal: Masturbation.
When did you first start masturbating? How did you come to discover this happy activity?
I happen to know people who don’t masturbate and never have. To this I say: what? I kid, no judgment here. Nonetheless, I notice that while we can talk about sex and getting it on for hours with friends, as soon as the word “masturbate” is brought up the room goes eerily quiet. We can talk about doing it with other people, but when it comes to pleasing ourselves we clam right up. Ridiculous, I say. I first learned about masturbation from a copy of Seventeen, I believe, once again stolen from my big sister. It even outlined how to masturbate (good techniques and whatnot). I was shocked. I can do what to myself? And it feels like that? And I don’t have to wait until I’m older and over my extreme body insecurities to orgasm? Rejoice! Since that day, it’s been happy time for Ginger Gal all the time.
“Testosterone is a great equalizer. It turns all men into morons.!” Read More Ladyghosts of TV Past: Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Season 1, Episode 6, The Pack