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June 4, 2007

Female Orgasm World

Even if you're not a big Meg Ryan fan and her career has been a bit on the decline, most of us still remember the infamous restaurant scene from When Harry Met Sally where she demonstrates to doubting Billy Crystal's character Harry how easy it is for a woman to fake an orgasm. After Meg's performance in the restaurant another female diner quips to the waiter, that she wants whatever that lady is having. At Female Orgasm World, they promise real, not fake big Os.

One surfer actually gives us a heartfelt thank you for the review, "I've found what I've been looking for!! This site provided me with real girls having real orgasms. I was tired of all these sites with these girls just yelling and moving around. Female Orgasm World provided me with real live close ups of the real deal...thanks...you guys are doing a great job!!"

It's good to know that although we're not curing cancer here at Rabbits, at least, we're helping bring some happiness to some people previously frustrated by not finding the porn that they sought to find on their own without success. Moreover, I like the idea that in the adult industry where admittedly there is a great deal of artifice due to the general idea that bigger is always better that good old fashioned female masturbation is what some folks prefer to sleeker hardcore productions.

However, in our post Viagra society, many everyday men and women do expect their sex lives to more closely resemble porn, than they expect porn to be made to resemble more closely anyone's everyday sex lives. In the past, settling for humdrum sexual relations was considered par for the course in committed relationships, or as just the inevitable result of getting older, but not anymore.

Again, still no cure for cancer, but there's a new cosmetic treatment for babes who claim difficulty in achieving orgasm. It comes back to the controversial G-spot according to an article in San Francisco Chronicle (06/03/07) by staff writer Justin Berton. He explains that some women are opting for collagen injections into their G-spots, cleverly called the G-Shot by its inventor Dr. David Matlock in 2005.

With a 3 1/2-inch needle, a small dose of collagen is pumped the patient's Grafenberg Spot and made to swell to the size of a quarter. The woman needs to be able to tell the doctor exactly where she believes her G-spot to be, although generally is considered to be located behind the pelvic bone on the anterior wall of the vagina. The area is numbed with some topical anesthetic before the needle is used and apparently the procedure is virtually painless beyond a slight prick.

Posted by Will Peters at June 4, 2007 1:01 AM

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