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From the existence of the G-spot to the origin of multiple orgasms, female sexuality once mystified scientists. But as Linda Geddes discovers, radical experiments are finally revealing some answers. On my washing machine, there is a lock. To activate it, you must hold down the start button for a particular length of time at just the right intensity; too soft and nothing happens, too hard and the machine beeps angrily at you. Finally, an entangled heap of damp but refreshed clothes tumbles out at the other end. Browse the full list. Consider now the female orgasm.
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Description: Voted one of the worst films ever, the mean-spirited film was also targeted by the feminist group Women Against Pornography for its depictions of violence against women, although it was counter-argued that the gore was for comedic effect. So it's not "unfair" they aren't showing a naked woman with their legs open. We've been over these five already. Enter the Void has a lengthy sequence of graphic sex, including a shot from inside a vagina during sex. In one surreal and shocking fantasy scene, 14 year-old Alice was lying naked on her back with her hands tied back with barbed wire , as Jim dangled a live and wiggling earthworm over her genitals, then tried to insert it into her vagina, and when unsuccessful, finally segmented the worm into pieces and left the remains in her pubic hair.
Imagine capturing a feeling on film, transforming the unseen vibrations that exist between two people in an intimate and vulnerable space into a photograph. Artist Dani Lessnau, 31, does just this, photographing her lovers using a pinhole camera placed inside her vagina. Hailing from Lee, Massachusetts, Lessnau moved to New York at 18 to study art, but illness forced her to leave school, and she focused her energy on yoga, meditation, and holistic healing. During her year period of adapting to a chronic condition, Lessnau realized she needed to return to photography, which she now uses to empower herself as a woman and an artist. Here, she speaks with BUST about her process of discovery.