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Matthew graduated Louisiana State University in 2009 with a BA in studio art and a minor in art history. He has been drawing cartoons and comics online for several years.
Heck, educate men about women’s bodies, too. And their own!
We usually know our bodies VERY well.
Yeah, but that doesn’t exactly translate to knowledge of the FEMALE body.
Yeah, I know. I was just sayin’
Umpteen years ago I bought a girlfriend (whose Christian upbringing kept such things off the radar) a copy of Our Bodies, Ourselves. She clearly needed it. I didn’t actually tell her that, but she was clearly not flattered by the gift. To be fair I didn’t really expect her to be; that wasn’t the point. A year or so later we had broken up but I had occasion to visit her and saw the book – dog-eared and bookmarked and spine-cracked like you wouldn’t believe. I gave myself a point for that.
Exactly. Who would do such a terrible thing? They should find these things out only AFTER they’ve committed to a life long relationship with a single person who also knows nothing about the subject under pain of eternal torture if they were to change their minds at a later date.
It’s only proper.
I dont get the picture, I see the computer and everything but what the holly hell is that sitting in front of it?
It’s an alien with two eye stalks and a blob body with stick arms.
I never noticed before how much these aliens resemble naughty bits.
At first glance, my brain tried mighty hard to shoehorn in something naughty. It was almost a bit disconcerting when I realized it was one of the alien things.
There’s a show on mid day called The Doctors. Yesterday’s episode talked quite openly about the “female parts, down there” and they had a plastic mock up vagina, too. Oh, the shame.
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