Men can be to Clitoris and Vagina, as Call Girls are to Penis

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The night before last, I co-hosted Planned Parenthood's fundraiser, Summer Sex and Spirits with my mentor, Betty Dodson, and Carlin Ross. I chatted with VIP's before the main event began and had some really fun and interesting conversations about sex and learning sex skills, and also gave some individual sex advice. Twice that night, and many times in the past, I had to deal with a cliche about me as a man teaching women about sex: that because I don't have a vagina and a clitoris and all the other parts and spots in-between, I allegedly can't possibly be as qualified as a woman's sex life coach. My complete answer to that is the following: First, what Betty taught me. She's had sex with plenty of women who didn't know jack about good sex skills with female genitals or like many men, believed they were amazing based on illusionary reasons. Further, that there are plenty of women she has had as clients who know very little about their sex. Betty was the first to teach me that the clitoris is of the same in-utero tissue as the penis in a developing baby. All babies start physically female and then divert from the girl-baby direction and begin to form into a boy baby. The glans-penis forms from the developing clitoris. Therefore, it is well within reason that men and women feel very similar sensations, intensity levels varying, when the clitoral glans and glans-penis are rubbed.

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