I’m not looking for a man. And, according to Bill Masters, I don’t need one. Didn’t you say that was the big revelation from his study?
Bill: Although, orgasming having your breasts touched. I need to see proof of that.
Virginia: We’re scientists. Let’s see.
Virginia Johnson, half of the revolutionary sex research pair Masters and Johnson, passed away this week. Starting in the 1950s, the two studied sexuality and sexual pleasure extensively and established the field of sex therapy. Among their groundbreaking findings: ”The length of a man’s penis has no bearing on his ability to satisfy his partner.” We’re sad to lose such an important contributor to the study of human sexuality. Read the full obituary at The New York Times
I insinuated my way in with you easily enough.
For I never knew the art of making love
though my heart aches with love for you
afraid and shy I let my chance go by
the chance that you might love me too.