“You tend to be afraid when someone seems foreign to you. But if you aren’t careful, that can lead to bigotry.” -Jasmine Guy
The ironic tagline on this blog is “I have a vagina and I’m not afraid to use it.” Yet, apparently this chick, is terrified of things that her vagina might do.
If you read through the comments on Brit’s post responding to the Toy With Me post, she responds to someone calling themselves “Mr Toy With Me.”
Mr. Toy With Me says:
You think that the intent of the article was to shame women? That she sat down and said…”hmmm, how can I go about shaming women with this post?”
I think your (sic) reaching.
And Brit responds:
“You guys have the right to publish whatever you want, and I have the right to disagree with any and all of it if I choose. We’ll have to agree to disagree, I suppose.”
I think Brit is being too nice.
The entire original article was unacceptable. The author called squirting a magic trick, she described it as freaky, and at the end asked if squirting turned you on and “Dear G-d why?”
When people use those same terms to describe gay sex, we call them bigots. It’s an opinion to think gays are freaks. It’s my opinion that people who think that gays are freaks are moronic bigots who should be punched in the face (that’s called hyperbole.)
Squirting is natural. My vagina isn’t “magic” (well, it is, but that’s a story for another day.) It doesn’t do tricks. Sometimes I gush buckets like Brit does and sometimes I don’t. I’m not unnatural.
I’m going to end my post on this subject like Brit did with hers. As dmf said, “i think it’s time to change slogan of this blog. because whilst you may have a vagina, you are clearly afraid to use it. because then what if it squirts! zomg!”