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Another post that was turned down. Why? Anyway, I'll resubmit it and hope it gets through. Sheesh, what the F^%^£?
That title got your attention didn't it!
No, don't go, it is a relavant title.
Okay, so I'm on Amazon a few months ago looking for some technical book I needed. Now, those of you that have used Amazon will know that they make "recomendations" (bear in mind that I almost exclusively buy IT technical books on this site), what book do they recommend to me this time?
"The Art of Vaginal Fisting"
Seriously. Now, I've no objections to the subject matter, but I fail to see its relationship to my normal purchasing profile.
Anyway, I couldn't help myself. I looked at the reviews etc. No real clues as to whether the book was a detailed sex manual or an "Art" book with photographs of (I assumed) vaginal fisting.
RIGHT! I ordered a copy (which I guess shows that the recommendations worked, even if I couldn't figure out how they knew I'd be likely to buy such a book).
It duly arrives. It's a manual on how to perform a vaginal fisting. It's actually very interesting, particularly about the muscle structure of the vagina. Basically the author claims (with what qualifications I do not know) that any woman can actually take a fist. I'd certainly question that from personal experience, but to be fair the author qualifies this with the fact that the recipient needs to be a willing partner, and that the act can take a long time (like 2hrs or more). She advises that lots of lubricant is required, even a woman who is normally VERY wet may need more lubricant (no!), and recommends wearing latex gloves to prevent "scratching".
Other useful information in this tome; a woman receiving a fisting with feel "more full than she has ever felt" (No, really?!).
Anyway, that just popped into my head for no apparent reason so I thought I'd share it.
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