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S is for Smegma

Smegma is a word that makes people throw up in their mouths, but I'm here to tell you that smegma is a most beautiful thing.

Smegma has the reputation of being gross stinky dick cheese.  But actually, both males and females produce smegma.  For both sexes it is a whitish substance composed of shed skin cells and oily secretions.  In men you'll find it on the glans (dick head) and under the foreskin, and for ladies it lurks between the labia and around the clitoris.

Rather than being the product of bad hygiene*, smegma is actually clean, healthy, and beneficial.  It moisturises, lubricates and protects your precious genitals.

*please still wash your genitals

Posted on July 24, 2015 and filed under S.

S is for Sex Flush

Vasocongestion (increased blood flow) of the skin can occur at any stage of sexual response and is commonly referred to as:

sex flush

The sex flush doesn't occur in everyone, but does happen for a lot of people and is more commonly occurring in females.  During sexual response increased blood flow to the skin can display as pink or red patches of skin coloration, almost like a rash.  Typically sex flush goes away right after orgasm, but can linger for a couple of hours.

women's sex flush

  • pinkish spots develop under and over the breasts and can spread to the torso, face, hands, and feet
  • the clitoris darkens
  • the vaginal walls darken

men's sex flush

  • pinkish spots typically develop first on the upper abdomen and then spread to the chest, face, forehead, back, shoulders and forearms
Posted on July 6, 2015 and filed under S.

S is for Saddlebacking

Saddlebacking is the phenomenon of Christian teenagers engaging in in unprotected anal sex in order to preserve their virginities.  

The term Saddlebacking was defined by Dan Savage and the readers of his column as a response to Pastor Rick Warren of the Saddleback Church's promotion of abstinence-only programs.

The driveway to the Saddleback Church | Photo ©  downtowngal

The driveway to the Saddleback Church | Photo © downtowngal

Posted on May 19, 2015 and filed under S.