If you’ve been reading my blog and still haven’t gotten seriously pissed off at me then this piece ought to do it.
Since Dr. Alfred Kinsey, and further hammered into our heads by Masters and Johnson, and all the opportunistic imitators they inspired, Science Hath Determined that the only way for a woman to orgasm is by direct or indirect stimulation of the clitoris.
Specifically, Sigmund Freud, a cigar smoker and a Jew, was wrong:
According to Freud, “Elimination of clitoral sexuality is a necessary precondition for the development of femininity, since it is immature and masculine in its nature.” Freud postulated the concept of “vaginal orgasm” as separate from clitoral orgasm, achieved by external stimulation of the clitoris. In 1905, he stated that clitoral orgasms are purely an adolescent phenomenon and that, upon reaching puberty, the proper response of mature women is a change-over to vaginal orgasms, meaning orgasms without any clitoral stimulation. This theory has been criticized on the grounds that Freud provided no evidence for this basic assumption, and because it made many women feel inadequate when they could not achieve orgasm via vaginal intercourse alone.
Anyone so evil as to make women feel inadequate ought to be gassed at the least!
Kinsey, on the other hand, was a pedophile who hired convicted sex criminals to fondle infants.
Source: Kinsey was a fraud
Women are superior in every way therefore to make women feel inadequate is a sin!
At the least it is a curse from God.
So there you have it.
Any orgasm that does not involve direct or indirect stimulation of the clitoris is not a real orgasm and therefore a woman who orgasms in the non-State-approved manner could not possibly be a real woman.
To the rescue:
I have something to confess here and that is that I didn’t like it. Because I didn’t like it, the practitioner thought I ought to see a psychiatrist. Mind you, having PTSD on my part wasn’t a problem for him. My problem is that I didn’t like his “treatment” (as perfectly described in the above link).
Perhaps since I didn’t pay for it, I didn’t fully buy into it. Well, that’s not exactly right. I did pay but not in the usual way.
Payment for treatment, by the way, represents the Freud model of psychoanalysis, that is, if you are not paying for it then you are not fully buying into it.
Nowadays, all sorts of charitable and taxpayer-supported organizations offer free psychotherapy.
Excessive stimulation of the clitoris, like any excessive stimulation, can become addictive. I resist becoming such an addict.
Can State-Sanctioned Psychoanalysis Become Addictive?
Of course it can.