According To This Sex Educator, You May Not Be Technically Having As Much Sex As You Think You Are

This video is a must-watch, no matter how much you think you know about sex...

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by Georgia Aspinall |

Sound the alarm, we’ve been defining sex wrong this entire time. At least, we have according to one sex educator in the US, whose video defining sex to some eager-eared women has gone viral.

When talking exclusively about heterosexual sex, Kelly Grove – the Sexual Health Coordinator in the Center for Health Advocacy and Wellness at Florida State University – stated the following, jaw-dropping definition: ‘Sex is the stimulation of genitals for pleasure, your genital is your clit. So, if no one is stimulating your clit you’re not having sex your letting a man jack off inside of you.’

I know what you’re thinking, but your clit is internal too, right? So, a penis must stimulate it at some point? Well, not according to this teacher. Explaining the anatomy of the vagina, she stated that the angle at which a penis enters the vagina cannot possible reach the internal part of a clit, which is better reached using fingers.

Sorry, what? So, considering the fact that so many men ignore the clit as if it’s their laundry and continue to believe sex ends when they orgasm, for the majority of straight women we’ve likely either been having sex with ourselves while a man uses our vagina to masturbate, or we’ve not engaged in sex at all with a male partner. And they say revirginization doesn’t exist.

Seriously though, the fact that this definition of sex is not widely shared speaks volumes for how terrible global sex education truly is. Going on to explain that, unsurprisingly, women are likely orgasm at a rate of 93% during same-sex intercourse, the equivalent for a woman having sex with a man is 11%.

The video thread has since been watched near 10 million times and has received over 400,000 likes, (who else is betting these are all women?). With four parts to the thread, she educates the women on erotic areas, explains the vulva in depth and goes on to call Magnum condoms ‘the racist condom’ for perpetuating the hyper-sexualisation of black men with their marketing.

Exploring all of these avenues of sex education that we aren’t taught when we’re becoming sexuality active as young people, her lessons to the women have been hugely well received online.

Scroll to the view the full thread and have your mind-blow, enjoying her top emblazoned with the female reproductive system while you’re at it...

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