Your friendly Pharmer has said for years that women participating in the casual sex culture are just serving men as they were programmed to do.
The A.C. Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, Reproduction [and Abuse] has published a study, which has the New York Times folks all atwitter. Yep, someone wasted money to find out the obvious: women don’t usually have orgasms when having sex with strangers or casual acquaintances.
Expect the perverts to imply that something is wrong with a woman who is not able to have an orgasm when sexing with someone who knows (cares) nothing about her, and a drug will have to be developed to overcome this. The currently available drugs, alcohol, benzodiazepines, pot, antidepressants, have simply allowed women to tolerate the thankless performance of their social duties.
At the end of the article, is mention of a woman who says she forgoes the O’s for the other pleasurable benefits associated with the casual sex. She calls it “the freedom to enjoy it all”. In other words, there is some kind of pleasure derived from the compensation for service.
The O-gurls in the new obamacare birth control insurance ads sure do look excited about their impending no-gasms.
UPDATE: An article in the UK Telegraph indicates that porn use might be changing the brains of men, and training them how to displease their female sex partners. The Pharm also has info on the No Fap movement, to free people from these problems, which are associated with porn use.
2 thoughts on “A.C. Kinsey Institute Announces the Obvious”
Fascinating article. Men may want sex with a lot of women because they are looking for the one stimulus that will let them get really aroused ( a symptom of problems like retarded ejaculation</> – but they are emotionally disconnected from women, and so the women are even less likely to reach orgasm. Which also raises the question the piece above partly addresses – why do women do it? What's the reward for them? Feeling wanted, I suspect.
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