In our great, noble pursuit of the illustrious orgasm, the chances of getting pregnant are a bit more elevated than they would be were we not all pursuing said orgasms. So, today, we’re going to talk about contraceptives. Gather ’round, kiddos. TW for fertility-related issues.
Welcome back to our journey toward 52 (or Insert Your Goal Number Here) Orgasms for the year 2012! We’re approaching 1/4 of the year complete, which should put most of us right around a dozen orgasms so far. I think I am just about on track for that (give or take), and would love to hear in the comments how you’re doing, too. But first, a video with interesting facts about orgasm.
Well, hello, orgasming Persephoneers! You know, when it comes to sex, there often seems to be an elephant in the room. Unfortunately, sometimes I feel like I am the elephant. Thunder thighs, flabby belly, lumbering around the bed like a great pachyderm. I try for body positivity, but so often, especially when I’m naked, it’s just really, really hard.
For those of you who are just tuning in recently, we challenged all Persephoneers to a 52-orgasms-in-2012 goal. For some readers, that’s a piece of cake. For others, it’ll take some real effort. Some of you are doing it in monogamous partnerships, some are flying solo, some are getting it on with and without other people. Whatever the case may be, we welcome you. And I want to ask you about sex on your period.
There are these cliche phrases that women purportedly use to get out of sex, like, “Not tonight, I’m tired,” or, “I have a headache,” or “¦Yeah, I don’t know the other ones, but I have legitimately had these excuses before and they have definitely put me in the anti-sexytimes mindset before. Which leads me to believe that in sex, as in much of life, cliches are sometimes cliches because they’re so widely true.
In this week’s orgasm challenge, we’re going to talk about when sex doesn’t feel quite so good. I know. Seems kind of anti-orgasmic. More after the cut.