As many of you know, my primary objective is to help women better understand their natural sexuality, and how it has been manipulated by the copulatory fanatics to serve society’s male-dominated agenda. My fervent hope is that when women understand the difference between their innate sexuality (female-centered sex), and that of society’s contrived sexuality (male-centered sex), they will be able to break the bonds of their artificially assigned vaginal destiny and find the sexual freedom that is their birthright.
There comes a time, however, when the weight of constant push takes its toll and a respite is needed. Such a time has arrived. I will temporarily suspend posting to the blog for the month of December, so I can spend time with my family. But, I feel a closeness to those of you who have taken time from your busy schedules to browse our site, contribute to the forum, and read this blog; so, during this hiatus, should you, or any other woman, have any questions that bother you, or would like a certain topic addressed, please don’t hesitate to add a comment to this blog with your request, and I will respond accordingly.
Awhile back, I made the statement that, as women, we have only one type of orgasm, not the many that the Fucksters dangle before us to keep us confused, off-balance, and fixed to our assigned vaginal destiny. Several of you asked for clarification. But, before I get there, I feel the need to expand a little, to see if we’re on the same page. Most women aren’t aware of the degree of misinformation they’re fed by these coital zealots—the various types of orgasms we supposedly can have is just an example.
Science or Manipulation?
Most women believe that what they read about their sexuality in current reports is scientific fact; but, in reality, it’s typically data manipulated to fit an agenda, an ideology, designed to control their sexuality. How so? They use paid volunteers, most frequently university students, who aren’t representative of women in general, yet the results are cited as though they apply to all women. They use carefully constructed questionnaires designed to yield the answers they want, rather than listening to what women have to say. They use only women who can orgasm with intercourse for their studies, so they can claim that fucking is how all women should have their orgasms. They deliberately refrain from talking about or investigating woman’s diverse sexuality, and present only information pertinent to intercourse. Where have you read anything about female-centered sex, other than here? They foster confusion by tossing out conflicting, often false, advice urging women to concentrate on intercourse, rather than on their natural born sexuality. And, they promote the feeling of sexual inadequacy among women (think of the various types of orgasms they propose) so that women will seek to comply with their copulatory mandate.
With permission, here are a couple of quotations from real-life, everyday women.
Beth said, “There are so many different types of orgasms that I don’t know what they are or how to get them. When I try, I get frustrated when they don’t happen, but the funny part is I keep trying.”
Caitlin wrote, “There must be something terribly wrong with me because I can’t cum when fucking like normal women do.”
These two comments epitomize what women have said over the many years I have worked and talked with them. Unawareness, confusion, and doubt are the weapons society uses to control our sexuality.
Ask yourself, what is an orgasm? Ninety-eight percent of over 11,000 women who participated couldn’t accurately define their orgasms. Can you? If so, please leave a comment so we can continue our dialogue and set the record straight.
I adore being a woman, don’t you? Life is wonderful now that I fully understand my natural sexuality and have complete control over its expression. I am now, as I was always meant to be, truly free to seek my sexual satiation in the way I desire, and not the way others expect or command. The memories of all those years of sexual subservience, frustration, and lack of fulfillment have faded into oblivion and ecstasy is mine for the choosing. Yet, I am saddened by the overwhelming number of women who are deprived of the knowledge of their natural sexuality and the beauty of female-centered sex. It’s a game society and religion play to keep us in our place, submissive and sexually available on man’s terms.
If you are one of the few women who are satisfied and content with your sex life under the male-sex paradigm, you are blessed; but, if you are one of the many who are dissatisfied and discontent, you have the opportunity to make a significant change, just as I and hundreds of other women have done—demand your rightful autonomy and pleasure, and make the paradigm shift. You have no master—you answer only to yourself. Exert yourself and disregard society’s coercive efforts to keep you pinned to your vaginal destiny. Enter the realm of the female sex paradigm.
Congress and state legislatures across the United States have declared an all-out war on women, but it’s more coercion than a war. The gambit is to get women to believe the battle centers on abortion—the pro-life vs. the pro-choice tussle—when, in essence, it goes far beyond that battle; the ultimate goal is to regain control of our sexuality and reproductive prowess that has been lost to them over the past several decades. The fear of our sexuality is deeply ingrained in their genes, and they tremble at the thought of us having true autonomy and the right of self-determination.
These powerful men (and some terribly misguided women), yearn to see us, once again, back in the complacency of the 19th century—the subservient, dutiful, dependent, and sexually available woman. To them, our vaginal destiny must be fulfilled. If they are to regain absolute control of us, abortion, in any form and for any reason, must be criminalized; contraception, in any form other than abstinence, must be outlawed; and marriage must be strengthened to keep us in our places.
Well, we’ve been there before, and we’re not about to return to those dreadful times. Not me. Not my friends. But what about you? Don’t let the subterfuge blind you to their ultimate goal. Fight back.
Sexual autonomy is, for most of us, nothing more than a dream. We have been programmed to accept our sexual fate, our vaginal destiny, and we acquiesce. But, after years of sexual subservience, I asked myself, “Why?” Why am I depriving myself of what I knew was my birthright—sexual satiation? It didn’t make sense. Men invariably savor the pleasure of sex in their ejaculations and orgasm, but not so with women. We have this awesome capacity for multiple orgasms; yet, we consider ourselves fortunate if we can find one orgasm in the mix. I rarely orgasmed with “traditional” sex. But, I labored on, the good woman, the dutiful wife, as do most of us, until I figured that I deserved my sexual gratification and fulfillment, and I was determined to have it.
Sexual autonomy became my rallying cry. Freedom. Freedom to do what I wanted and needed. Freedom to reject outright that which I didn’t want or need. It was all about freedom, not equality, as is so often preached. I didn’t want to be equal. I didn’t want sex like a man. I didn’t want to be a man; I wanted to be me, to be free to express myself as I truly felt. Free to experience the ecstasy of sexual satiation. No longer was I willing to accept mediocre, penetrative, male-centered sex as my sine qua non. No, not for me, no longer.
Sexual autonomy, for us, means experimentation. Once a woman makes her decision to be free to express her innate sexuality, to experience the beauty and serenity of her orgasms to the point of physical and emotional satiation, she needs to find the path that leads her to the “other world.” And, that path varies, for we are all different. But, there is a common path, a path that shifts our focus from penetrative sex to non-penetrative sex, from intercourse to cunnilingus, from an occasional orgasm to multiple orgasms, from a feeling that something is missing to a feeling of fulfillment. That is the path that each of us must find for ourselves.