Thursday, February 10, 2011

Day 267

Today is Day Three in my Lesbian of Love series!

Thanks to everyone for your responses and questions!!

And Please send more! I am always happy to answer any and all questions you have about Lezzzzzzzzzzzzzzbians!

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To answer Adrienne's question in my last post:

Yes. Gays are Taking over the World.

It's an insidious plot to undermine marriage and relationships and babies and apples and t-shirts and god and unicorns and solar systems and showers and really I could go on all day.

If you don't believe me, you can refer to The Oatmeal for proof.


Picture by Matthew Inman of The Oatmeal. This picture is in my blog without his permission because I'm lazy, but I'm not stealing it or saying it's my own. It's totally his. You should follow that link to the original comic whether or not you believe gays are taking over the world (which we must be because we're so totally awesome), because his comics are amaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaazing.


And now it's time foooooooooooooor....


The Lesbian of Love!!!


Today's Questions are again brought to you by my best friend.

I can't tell if he was being funny or truly inquisitive.

Either way, he asked some pretty good questions!


3.) Considering that the female body is much more sensitive and heightened to the sensation of touch and other stimulation, is a large part of lesbian sex simply the feeling of bodies touching in various manners?

I'm not sure if we women-folk have heightened sensitivity.

I mean, a woman has more nerves in her clitoris than a man has in his penis

(Because Clitorises ROCK!) ... (Clitori? Clitorus? Clitoriseseses?)

but I don't think that's a rule of thumb for the entire female body.

But this is as good a time as any to address How Lesbians Have Sex.

No, we do not lie down and simply hold each other,
waiting for something to magically happen.

No, we do not try to jam our genitalia together, as though, if we just pushed hard enough, one would insert itself into the other.

We have sex the same way you have sex.

Kiss for kiss.

Touch for touch.

Phallic use optional.

Do we consider it sex without the use of dildos or strap-ons? Yes.

True, you might just call it fingering or oral sex, and you would believe that to be one step shy of actually having sex.

Would your parents see it that way?

And you'd be surprised. If you place your hips behind your hand to power the thrust, you can enjoy penetration sex quite well, sans dildo.

And that's all I'm going to say on this subject unless I get any more specific questions. Because if I talk further, I feel like I'm just going to get pornographic...


4.) If you have lesbian sex under a rainbow, do neon colored Skittles come out of it? Will I turn gay if I eat them? Do they glow in the dark? Can you have hard sex so they come out in a King Size portion? Are you interested in a marketing deal for this product?

Normal lesbians will not have this capability.

However.

I am the Lesbian of Love, bitches.

And Skittles are my favorite candy.

They would turn you gay.

And I do plan to take over the world with gayness.

Now all I need to do is convince Zee to have lots of crazy, kinky sex with me...

Shouldn't be too difficult.

I hope this has adequately answered your questions. :)


Can I just add real quick - I started watching this Korean movie last night, and I got REALLY EXCITED
because it was shaping up to be a fun, quirky lesbian movie!

Last thing I expected in a Korean movie!

And they're Asian. Have I mentioned my thing for Asians?

So I'm excited!

About twenty minutes into the movie...

We get this Scene:
Mmmmmmmmmmm.



And then one of the girl dies five minutes later.

And there's still 75% of the movie to go.

DAMN. IT.

2 comments:

  1. So, HAhahah! I love that comic! :)

    You seriously crack me up girl! Great blog! I <3 it!

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