I kind of worry about the fluency in which you throw lines like this out: "Any female orgasms shown are real, not faked." First instinct is: "Duh! Of course!" Then you think: "Why only female orgasms?" Obviously the implication is that by way of the money shot, all male orgasms are authentic - but the fact that you specify a gender kind of undermines the very point you were trying to make. You should have written: "Any orgasms shown are real, not faked." Then it would have actually met the criteria for which you stand. Perhaps it's assumed that all male orgasms are genuine (although perhaps you're not as familiar with the San Fernando Valley industry, where stunt cocks and fake spunk exist) but the fact that you mentioned a specific gender buys into the gender hypocrisy which continues to undermine the credibility of sex positive feminism.

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