The description is so vivid with the pictures explicitly demonstrating what the woman needs to do for her man to realize this intense pleasure. Lisa Wade again posts on an issue that may seem debatable. Some may tend to oppose this thought. The finding posits that the child’s wellbeing has no correlation with the time that they spend with their mothers.
Wade presents a recent study that indicates that female earns less compared to their male counterparts. The reason for the gap is attributable to the male dominated workplace that such women find themselves as employees. Wade reports on a feminist view regarding the representation of women in pop music. She talks of the Feminist Frequency as launched by Sarkeesian. The cartoon post by Wade somehow appears humorous, but it shows how men fear responsibility.
Wade reports on the perception by college students, who think that love often brainwashes women. According the outcome of the study, this may be true. Kerrita Mayfield argues that men sometimes cannot resist the look of women especially when they expose their inner body.
Lisa Wade again presents on a finding that seeks to answer the where children learn about sex, especially information regarding the position of the clitoris. Regarding children’s chore at home, Wade reports on finding that indicate that girls have many duties at home than