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Comedian Damon Wayans has defended Bill Cosby saying that the women who accused him of sexual assault are “unrapeable b***hes”.
Asked what advice he would have for Bill Cosby, Mr Wayans said: “I don’t believe he was raping. I think he was in relationships with all of them, and then he’s like, ‘You know what, it’s 78, I can’t get it up for any of y’all, bye b***hes.’
“And now they’re like, ‘Oh, really? Rape.’ Forty years- listen, how big is that penis that it gives you amnesia for forty years?”
The actor continued: “And some of them, really, is un-rape-able. I look at them and go, ‘No, he don’t want that. Get outta here!”
He then said: “Look, I understand fame. I’ve lived it. Women will throw themselves at you. They just want to be in your presence. There’s some that innocently will come up there, but not 40-something women. They’re not that naïve.”
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Women have been anonymously sharing their advice on a website – exploring issues around the female orgasm and educating their partners on how to be better in bed.
The imaginatively-named How To Make Me Come is a collection of 72 essays from different women.
The website prompts its writers to: “Imagine you could give this essay to a past or future sexual partner, free of judgment or repercussion. What would you want them to know?”
As a result, some of the stories speak about personal experiences of pleasure, others speak about what turns them on in the bedroom and others of their disappointments.
The female orgasm can sometimes be challenging to achieve and/or talk about, but it goes beyond that. When we talk about female orgasm, something deeper is at play—for one, the societal assessment and conversation of female sexuality; the consequences of which bleed into the areas of our lives far outside the bedroom.
We wanted to start a dialogue about how women achieve sexual pleasure; something that is often ignored, devalued, or misunderstood.