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Last week, a study by scientists at King’s College London concluded that the g-spot doesn’t exist. Oh darn. Of course, if you look at the study, you might notice that first of all, the study was conducted by giving¬† “participants a survey asking whether they believed that they had a “‘so called G-spot’.” That’s about as scientific as asking people if they believe in evolution and when some people say “no” publishing a study that declares that there is no such thing as evolution.

But more amazing is the fact that fifty-six percent of the respondents said “yes.” However, “because stimulation of the G-spot is supposed to induce orgasm” the scientists concluded that the women were “confused.” Let me correct my analogy of the previous paragraph. That’s like asking a bunch of biologists if evolution is true and when they say “yes” publishing a study that claims their answer proves they’re confused.

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I was channel flipping tonight and came across One Hit Wonders–Sex Hour on VH1.¬† Now that’s quality TV! And one of the songs they played was “It’s Raining Men” and I was reminded of just how fabulous it is, so I had to share it (thank you Youtube):

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As far as I’m concerned, this video mash up is the best thing on the web right now:

And this post by creator Jonathan McIntosh beautifully lays out why Buffy is a better role model than Bella and Buffy the Vampire Slayer a much more feminist and empowering universe than Twlight. But it’s more complex than Buffy vs. Edward. For over a hundred years, vampires have been the archetype by which we explore taboo sexuality, especially female sexuality. Vampire attacks teach us what female sexuality is “really” like–when a woman is undead she is beyond the control of society and acts only to please herself.

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