Modern language

that feeling of having to pee is a common one for people with vaginas during sex.

I’m sure we had a more compact description of women than that at one point…..

19 thoughts on “Modern language”

  1. Well yes, but further on the reference is to some vagina owners which may be a broader and more diverse category. The only thing which seems likely is that the two people in the photo accompanying the article fit both definitions.

  2. TMB: If I am a modern slave owner do I own a vagina that is not my own personal vagina? Some people may own loads of vaginas!

  3. Patrick – Yes, that’s my interpretation certainly. Successful Jihadis qualify for a considerable and previously unvisited number of these although it must be acknowledged that documented testamentary confirmation of this fact is not yet to hand.

    It is interesting to speculate how Jihad might lose adherents if it was widely thought that the reward for the ultimate sacrifice would earn them a quantity of retired accounts from Wandsworth.

  4. Dennis, Neither Retired Nor From Wandsworth

    Actually, bigots, sometimes vaginas identify as retired accountants from Wandsworth.

    I think you’ve identified the wrong orifice as identifying as a retired accountant from Wandsworth. What I think you meant is sometimes assholes identify as retired accountants from Wandsworth.

    As a rule, your average vagina are quite a bit more fun than your average retired accountant – from Wandsworth, Ely, or anywhere else for that matter – could ever be. Personally, I can’t think of a single accountant I’ve met that I’d pick over any of the vaginas I’ve known. And I’ve met a lot of accountants.

  5. “people with vaginas during sex.”

    What happens to the vagina after sex? Does it just sort of close up again?

  6. Actually, bigots, sometimes vaginas identify as retired accountants from Wandsworth.

    The retired accountant from Wandsworth isn’t a vagina. The retired accountant from Wandsworth is half a vagina – of absolutely no use to neither man nor beast.

  7. “If you think a full bladder is behind the feeling, Fosnight said emptying the bladder before or during sexual activities may help.”

    I think we have a Nobel winner!

  8. I’m told that some women actually pee during sex – it’s usually mislabeled as squirting, which it isn’t. (Proper ‘squirting’ is a release of fluids from the Skene and Bartholin glands which surround the entrance and help to lubricate the vagina – it’s not pee, so don’t be fooled.)
    Do I get to own a vagina for knowing these facts? I’m not fussy, any (human) one will do!

  9. I do not own a vagina. Is there an online shop? Perhaps try before you buy?
    I’ve only rented them before.

  10. Not one to minimise magniloquence, is our Fosnight:

    “vagina owners”

    “people with vaginas during sex.”

    “You should always have pleasure and pain-free sexual encounters”

    “It is always OK to communicate to your partner that you are having pelvic fullness”

  11. BitFr who once changed trains in Ely

    Is it even remotely correct to speak of “owning” your own vagina (if you have one, whether installed during gestation or later?)

    In the way it is either correct or not to speak of “owning” one or more thumbs?

  12. “If you think a full bladder is behind the feeling, Fosnight said emptying the bladder before or during sexual activities may help.”

    From experience, be prepared for disappointment if a person with a vagina leaves the room to empty their bladder before sexual activities, particularly if the person with the vagina asks you for the phone number of a taxi service before doing so.

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