Sex-Negative Societies & Non-Orgasmic Women
Sex-positive societies create easily orgasmic, and multiply orgasmic women.
So it’s no surprise that sex-negative societies do the opposite.
In some places women’s pleasure is deliberately cut by damaging or removing the clitoris. In other places something more akin to a psychological clitoridectomy is performed. Let’s take a look at how that can happen.
In the 1960s the population counted only 350 people, who lacked electricity, running water and cars.
Nudity was so taboo that adults and children only washed the parts of their bodies that extend beyond their clothing. Clothes were changed in secrecy, often beneath bedcovers.
Even pet nudity created anxiety, if the pets were in heat. And dogs who licked their privates could expect a whipping.
Even married couples kept their underwear on during sex.
When babies were conceived, anyway, infant nudity was scorned and their bodies kept covered around siblings and outsiders.
Breast-feeding was avoided because it just seemed too sexual. Once infants grew into children verbal affection replaced physical touch.
Sex was never discussed and any form of sexual expression was brutally punished. Some couples never had children because they didn’t know how.
About one-third of the population remained unmarried and celibate.
Women who did marry were told that sex was a duty to be endured, and that refusal was a mortal sin.
Premarital sex was virtually unknown.
And so was the female orgasm.