Often known by the established term “hymen,” the vaginal corona is the subject of many myths and misunderstandings. The most important of these is the notion that a the vaginal opening is covered by a membrane that ruptures with vaginal sex. This is incorrect. There is no such membrane.
Once again I was totally ignorant about this, all those stupid and harmful sex myths have to stop
What utter garbage.
“Oh, women are choosing to do something. We must support it!”
I just saw a post on polygamy in Islam, where the above logic was used. The post talked about how “sweet” or something it was that some dude’s wife was helping him look for another wife.
“Between the recent flare-up over whether or not upper-middle-class housewives are merely the most awesome people ever or the greatest bestest awesomest people ever and yet another well-trafficked story claiming to “prove” that there’s a G-spot on scientifically flimsy evidence, I’m beginning to think our culture has a hang-up. The prefeminist ideal of woman existing as an appendage for man, where her vocation is as his support staff and even her sexual pleasure is oriented around sexual penetration, simply isn’t the cultural norm anymore, but the fantasy lives on.”
I hate this world
— Tim Marchman’s (“Comic Book Smack Down” in The Wall Street Journal), on Marvel and DC inability to sell comics to the millions of people who are obviously extremely interested in the characters those comic books generated after The Avengers success.
Tim Marchman’s (“Comic Book Smack Down” in The Wall Street Journal), on Marvel and DC inability to sell comics to the millions of people who are obviously extremely interested in the characters those comic books generated after The Avengers success.