I just thought that there are so many things that I kinda wish someone had said to said to me when I was 15. I mean at that age we are given so much information and asked to compute it and just accept it - no one thinks that maybe we aren't ready yet and like then the other thing that bothers me is that they give you all the fucking logistics, anatomy and the, if I may be so crude "in's and out's" but how it actually feels and how much it changes everything, how much of a dynamic/octave it actually adds to a relationship whether is it a healthy one or toxic one. We are just kinda told that sex is sex and then we are basically told this (quoting Mean Girls is a must at this very point in my blog) "Coach Carr: Don't have sex, because you will get pregnant and die! Don't have sex in the missionary position, don't have sex standing up, just don't do it, OK, promise? OK, now everybody take some rubbers", everyone fails to see how giving a bunch of thirteen year old girls a bunch of phallus representing cucumbers (out of interest WTF do they do with those poor water-based veggies after that mortifying display of the human/female imagination - Salad, anyone?) and saying "put a condom on it" and giving a bunch of boys a new found use for their little friend is more important than explaining the emotional side to it.
It's not just *insert (heehee insert... sorry ahem) personal name for female genitals* meet *insert personal name for male genitals*. There is actually some feeling. Like the first time a boy sees a girls girly parts I'm sure he is like WTF, cuz I'm sorry ladies but boys are not just simple in the intellectual sense but their anatomy also shares that philosophy. God knew that they were a special bunch so gave them the only thing they cannot go wrong with - a joystick, I'm not being all feminist here believe me, any feminist will tell you I'm being anti- feminist but lads have got it easy and they are lucky for it. Girls have like all this random bits and stuff that comes out and then once a month Auntie Flo or Sofia or whatever the hell you wanna call that random blood loss that occurs once a month comes along to ruin your mood, sex life, sebum levels, diet and sleep and then the laborious task of orgasms. Wtf is wrong with that? I mean no offence to any one that has a vibrator but... it seem like a lot of effort for a few moments of repeated muscle contraction and a burst of hormone. There is like ovaries and a uterus and a vaginal canal (wait, what? Who the hell decided women could have a bloody canal inside them? Thats not very nice... No matter how size zero we are we still have a "canal" between our freaking legs") and two Fallopian tubes or oviducts and a g-spot (which the existence of is disputed) and eggs and a cervix and a vulva and a... omg the list just keeps going.
Lads have a joystick, they use it to pee and cum and to please them, well, they are perfectly capable of doing that all on their own but if needs must then it's pretty simple to. But getting back to the point I bet when a guy sees a girls girly bits for the first time he's like wtf... Well... actually I've just been on Yahoo answers (you do not want to see my Google history) apparently guys are a mixture of:
"It's weird looking..."
"Will it eat me?!"... No, boys - no woman's lady bits in the history of human kind has ever eaten another human being... pushed one out, yes. Eaten one, no.
"I want to play with/touch it"
"Blown away and curious".
And then there were the ones being all nonchalant about it and were like "meh".
So basically I was kinda right.
Girls... have a similar sort of experience... I think. Considering we have nothing of any similarity ... Idk actually. Hmmm...
Ladies? Listen up. How did you feel and what did you think the first time you saw a guy naked? I feel a bit pervy asking that. Eww...
Anyways as always.