Radical History Zone 2014 programme announced

picture of Bristol Radical History Group

Radical History Zone 2014 programme announced

Author: Bristol Radical History Group

This year’s Radical History Zone will be taking place at Hydra Books, 34 Old Market, Bristol on Saturday 26th April. Events will kick off at mid-day and continue to 6.30pm. As last year the RHZ coincides with the Bristol Anarchist Bookfair at the nearby Trinity Centre.

Radical History Zone (26th April 2014, Hydra Books)

Summary:

12.00-1.00pm: Wally Dean: Wally Hope and Stonehenge Festival

1.00-2.00pm: Anna Freeman: Fair Fight forthcoming novel about women boxers in 18th Cent. Bristol

2.00-3.00pm: Steve Hunt: The Eco-anarchism of Street Farm

3.00-4.00pm: Anandi Ramamurthy: Black Star: Britain’s Asian Youth Movement

4.00-5.30pm: Roger Ball and Colin Thomas: Resistance to World War I

5.30pm-6.30pm: Film screening of Epiphany introduced by director Suzy Gillett

12.00-1.00pm: Wally Dean (Wally Hope Appreciation Society):

Wally Hope and Stonehenge Festival 

It’s 40 years since Wally Hope started the Peoples’ Free Festivals at Stonehenge and 30 years since the last one.

Wally Dean will tell the tales of The Wallies and the Peace Convoy. He will take us from Wally’s utopian vision, his incarceration, and his suspicious demise, to the heyday of the anarchic free festival movement and its oppression at the hands of Thatcher’s Tory Party and the continuing struggle to free Stonehenge today. Wally Hope was the catalyst that spawned Crass and the anarcho-punk movement. His death still inspires conspiracy theories after all this time. Was it suicide… or was he murdered by the state? You decide!

1.00pm-2.00pm: The Fair Fight forthcoming novel on women boxers in 18th Century Bristol

Anna Freeman (novelist, Weidenfeld & Nicolson):

The Fair Fight is a pulsating historical novel set within the world of female pugilists and their patrons in late eighteenth-century Bristol. It is an unputdownable story which takes you from a filthy brothel to the finest houses in the town, from the world of street fighters to the world of champions. Alive with the smells and sounds of the streets, The Fair Fight is a major debut. Anna Freeman a lecturer in Creative Writing at Bath Spa University as well as a multiple slam-winning performance poet who has appeared at festivals and venues across Britain including Latitude and Glastonbury. She lives in Bristol. The Fair Fight was winner of the Tibor Jones Pageturner Prize 2013.

https://www.orionbooks.co.uk/books/detail.page?isbn=9780297871989

2.00pm-3.00pm The Eco-anarchism of Street Farm

Steve Hunt (Bristol Radical History Group and author, Tangent Books):

Steve Hunt will launch his book about Street Farm, published by Tangent Books in April 2014

Street Farm were an anarchist collective that worked to green the counterculture during the 1970s. Peter Crump, Bruce Haggart, Graham Caine and their friends put together Street Farmer, an underground paper that, alongside mutating tower blocks, cosmic tractors and sprouting one-way signs, propagated ideas for the radical transformation of urban living which they called ‘revolutionary urbanism’. Taking inspiration from Situationism and social ecology, Street Farm offered a powerful vision of green cities in the control of ordinary people. The collective took part in the squatters’ movement, reclaimed the streets more than 20 years before RTS actions in London and were exponents of liberatory technology. They became ‘rock ’n’ roll architects’, going on the road across Europe to promote their ideas with multimedia slideshow presentations to a soundtrack of music by the likes of John Lennon, Jefferson Airplane and Hawkwind. In 1972 Graham hit national and international headlines when he designed and built the first ecological house, In 1974 he helped out in the Portuguese revolution by contributing his skills in alternative technology. And find out who the Bristol Gnomes were – you may already be familiar with their work…!

http://www.brh.org.uk/site/2014/03/street-farming/

3.00pm-4.00-pm Black Star: Britain’s Asian Youth Movement

Anandi Ramamurthy (author, Pluto Press)

Anandi Ramamurthy will discuss the prejudice and political struggles which Asian youth movements have encountered in Britain.

‘Black Star: Britain’s Asian Youth Movement’ (Pluto Press, 2013) documents the vibrant Asian youth movements in 1970s and 80s Britain who struggled against the racism of the street and the state. Anandi Ramamurthy shows how they drew inspiration from Black Power movements, as well as anti-imperialist and workers’ struggles across the globe. Drawing on her intimate knowledge and extensive research, Ramamurthy shows how the struggle to make Britain ‘home’ led to a broad-based identity where ‘black’ was a political colour inspiring unity amongst all those struggling against racism. Ramamurthy documents how by the late 1980s this broad based black identity disintegrated as Islamophobia became a new form of racism. In the process the legacy of the Asian Youth Movements has been largely hidden. ‘Black Star’ retrieves this history and demonstrates its importance for political struggles today.

http://www.plutobooks.com/display.asp?K=9780745333489

4.00pm-5.30pm WWI Shirkers, Skulkers, Deserters and the ‘Live and Let Live’ Strategy: Everyday Resistance to Combat on the Western Front in World War 1

Roger Ball (Bristol Radical History Group)

Fraternisation between opposing armed forces on the Western front on Christmas Day 1914 is part of the British collective memory; sold to us a momentary ‘miracle’ involving a few hundred troops. Of far more interest are the massive scale and crucially the context for these events. The everyday ‘hidden’ resistance of troops on both sides to the conflict ranged from avoiding the front-line by numerous ‘fraudulent’ means through to indirect and direct cooperation between supposed enemies in the trenches. Various forms of these subversive behaviours lasted throughout the war despite the attempts of the ‘brass’ on both sides to suppress them. So come and find out why ‘Blackadder Goes Forth’ could have been a lot funnier and how Tommy and Fritz put their ‘cunning plans from the University of Cunning’ into action.

Freedom of Soul: Bristol and opposition to the First World War

Colin Thomas (film-maker)

Two weeks before the outbreak of the First World War, Bristol dockers voted for Britain maintaining neutrality and, although their union’s leadership wavered, the local Independent Labour Party kept up its opposition to the war to the bitter end. When many of its local male activists were sent to prison, women members continued to leaflet the case against the slaughter. Includes extracts from television programmes.

5.30-6.30pm Film Screening of Epiphany

(directed by Suzy Gillett; produced by Ian Bone, 2013) 

Suzy Gillett (film director)

Epiphany is a hybrid documentary evoking the Mystics and Anarchists of the English Revolution. Highlighting two little-known religious and political movements of the 1600s’ Republic, The Fifth Monarchists and the Muggletons come to life in London as told by contemporary leading anarchists: Ian Bone and Martin Wright star as John Thurloe (Cromwell’s spymaster) and Thomas Vennner. Venner led the only uprising through the city against the restoration of the monarchy in 1661. Epiphany is a modern take on the parallels of the revolutionaries of the 1660s and today’s ongoing fight against the monarchy and the City of London Corporation.
See also: http://www.brh.org.uk/site/articles/unfinished-business/

http://www.brh.org.uk/
http://www.hydrabooks.org/
http://www.bristolanarchistbookfair.org/

Radical History Zone 2014 programme announced

picture of Bristol Radical History Group

Radical History Zone 2014 programme announced

Author: Bristol Radical History Group

This year’s Radical History Zone will be taking place at Hydra Books, 34 Old Market, Bristol on Saturday 26th April. Events will kick off at mid-day and continue to 6.30pm. As last year the RHZ coincides with the Bristol Anarchist Bookfair at the nearby Trinity Centre.

Radical History Zone (26th April 2014, Hydra Books)

Summary:

12.00-1.00pm: Wally Dean: Wally Hope and Stonehenge Festival

1.00-2.00pm: Anna Freeman: Fair Fight forthcoming novel about women boxers in 18th Cent. Bristol

2.00-3.00pm: Steve Hunt: The Eco-anarchism of Street Farm

3.00-4.00pm: Anandi Ramamurthy: Black Star: Britain’s Asian Youth Movement

4.00-5.30pm: Roger Ball and Colin Thomas: Resistance to World War I

5.30pm-6.30pm: Film screening of Epiphany introduced by director Suzy Gillett

12.00-1.00pm: Wally Dean (Wally Hope Appreciation Society):

Wally Hope and Stonehenge Festival 

It’s 40 years since Wally Hope started the Peoples’ Free Festivals at Stonehenge and 30 years since the last one.

Wally Dean will tell the tales of The Wallies and the Peace Convoy. He will take us from Wally’s utopian vision, his incarceration, and his suspicious demise, to the heyday of the anarchic free festival movement and its oppression at the hands of Thatcher’s Tory Party and the continuing struggle to free Stonehenge today. Wally Hope was the catalyst that spawned Crass and the anarcho-punk movement. His death still inspires conspiracy theories after all this time. Was it suicide… or was he murdered by the state? You decide!

1.00pm-2.00pm: The Fair Fight forthcoming novel on women boxers in 18th Century Bristol

Anna Freeman (novelist, Weidenfeld & Nicolson):

The Fair Fight is a pulsating historical novel set within the world of female pugilists and their patrons in late eighteenth-century Bristol. It is an unputdownable story which takes you from a filthy brothel to the finest houses in the town, from the world of street fighters to the world of champions. Alive with the smells and sounds of the streets, The Fair Fight is a major debut. Anna Freeman a lecturer in Creative Writing at Bath Spa University as well as a multiple slam-winning performance poet who has appeared at festivals and venues across Britain including Latitude and Glastonbury. She lives in Bristol. The Fair Fight was winner of the Tibor Jones Pageturner Prize 2013.

https://www.orionbooks.co.uk/books/detail.page?isbn=9780297871989

2.00pm-3.00pm The Eco-anarchism of Street Farm

Steve Hunt (Bristol Radical History Group and author, Tangent Books):

Steve Hunt will launch his book about Street Farm, published by Tangent Books in April 2014

Street Farm were an anarchist collective that worked to green the counterculture during the 1970s. Peter Crump, Bruce Haggart, Graham Caine and their friends put together Street Farmer, an underground paper that, alongside mutating tower blocks, cosmic tractors and sprouting one-way signs, propagated ideas for the radical transformation of urban living which they called ‘revolutionary urbanism’. Taking inspiration from Situationism and social ecology, Street Farm offered a powerful vision of green cities in the control of ordinary people. The collective took part in the squatters’ movement, reclaimed the streets more than 20 years before RTS actions in London and were exponents of liberatory technology. They became ‘rock ’n’ roll architects’, going on the road across Europe to promote their ideas with multimedia slideshow presentations to a soundtrack of music by the likes of John Lennon, Jefferson Airplane and Hawkwind. In 1972 Graham hit national and international headlines when he designed and built the first ecological house, In 1974 he helped out in the Portuguese revolution by contributing his skills in alternative technology. And find out who the Bristol Gnomes were – you may already be familiar with their work…!

http://www.brh.org.uk/site/2014/03/street-farming/

3.00pm-4.00-pm Black Star: Britain’s Asian Youth Movement

Anandi Ramamurthy (author, Pluto Press)

Anandi Ramamurthy will discuss the prejudice and political struggles which Asian youth movements have encountered in Britain.

‘Black Star: Britain’s Asian Youth Movement’ (Pluto Press, 2013) documents the vibrant Asian youth movements in 1970s and 80s Britain who struggled against the racism of the street and the state. Anandi Ramamurthy shows how they drew inspiration from Black Power movements, as well as anti-imperialist and workers’ struggles across the globe. Drawing on her intimate knowledge and extensive research, Ramamurthy shows how the struggle to make Britain ‘home’ led to a broad-based identity where ‘black’ was a political colour inspiring unity amongst all those struggling against racism. Ramamurthy documents how by the late 1980s this broad based black identity disintegrated as Islamophobia became a new form of racism. In the process the legacy of the Asian Youth Movements has been largely hidden. ‘Black Star’ retrieves this history and demonstrates its importance for political struggles today.

http://www.plutobooks.com/display.asp?K=9780745333489

4.00pm-5.30pm WWI Shirkers, Skulkers, Deserters and the ‘Live and Let Live’ Strategy: Everyday Resistance to Combat on the Western Front in World War 1

Roger Ball (Bristol Radical History Group)

Fraternisation between opposing armed forces on the Western front on Christmas Day 1914 is part of the British collective memory; sold to us a momentary ‘miracle’ involving a few hundred troops. Of far more interest are the massive scale and crucially the context for these events. The everyday ‘hidden’ resistance of troops on both sides to the conflict ranged from avoiding the front-line by numerous ‘fraudulent’ means through to indirect and direct cooperation between supposed enemies in the trenches. Various forms of these subversive behaviours lasted throughout the war despite the attempts of the ‘brass’ on both sides to suppress them. So come and find out why ‘Blackadder Goes Forth’ could have been a lot funnier and how Tommy and Fritz put their ‘cunning plans from the University of Cunning’ into action.

Freedom of Soul: Bristol and opposition to the First World War

Colin Thomas (film-maker)

Two weeks before the outbreak of the First World War, Bristol dockers voted for Britain maintaining neutrality and, although their union’s leadership wavered, the local Independent Labour Party kept up its opposition to the war to the bitter end. When many of its local male activists were sent to prison, women members continued to leaflet the case against the slaughter. Includes extracts from television programmes.

5.30-6.30pm Film Screening of Epiphany

(directed by Suzy Gillett; produced by Ian Bone, 2013) 

Suzy Gillett (film director)

Epiphany is a hybrid documentary evoking the Mystics and Anarchists of the English Revolution. Highlighting two little-known religious and political movements of the 1600s’ Republic, The Fifth Monarchists and the Muggletons come to life in London as told by contemporary leading anarchists: Ian Bone and Martin Wright star as John Thurloe (Cromwell’s spymaster) and Thomas Vennner. Venner led the only uprising through the city against the restoration of the monarchy in 1661. Epiphany is a modern take on the parallels of the revolutionaries of the 1660s and today’s ongoing fight against the monarchy and the City of London Corporation.
See also: http://www.brh.org.uk/site/articles/unfinished-business/

http://www.brh.org.uk/
http://www.hydrabooks.org/
http://www.bristolanarchistbookfair.org/

Son durak. İnerken basamağa dikkat. – Rachel Smolker

Not: Rachel Smolker’in “We have arrived – Please mind the gap as you step off” başlıklı şiiri, Climate Connections’ta 7 Mart 2014 tarihinde yayınlanmıştır.

 

mind the gap
Evet, gezegen yok oldu, ama yine de, tarihin kısa bir bölümünde hissedarlar için bol miktarda değer ürettik.

Onlarca yıl uyarıldık,
Gezegen ısınıyor
Okyanus ekşiyor
Ormanlar soluyor

Suçlu kim, kimin hatası?
Tartıştık da tartıştık
Kim ödesin? Kim ölsün?
Etki nasıl azaltılsın?

PPM, CDM, IPCC ve REDD?
350, 450, metan ve karbon
Başımı ağrıtıyor
Onca manasız jargon

Devrilme noktasına yaklaşırken
Yanıt lazım acilen
Felaket eli kulağında
Her şey kaybedilmeden

Uyarıldık ama dinlemedik
İşte vardık, burası son durak
Kuraklıklar, yangınlar ve su baskınları
Çocuklarımdan kaçı hayatta kalacak?

İşte buradayız. Son durağa vardık.
Haklıymışlar, işte şimdi her şey açıkwatch your step

Eşyalarınızı toplayın
Koltuğunuzdan kalkın
Basamağa dikkat edin
Isınmaya başlayın.

LEGAL SYSTEMS OF THE WORLD AND INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES: THE INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE – A Discourse on Plurality Part 1

Part 1) Lyotard, the Differend and Divergences between the Eurocentric and the Indigenous Systems of Justice

 

Lyotard, while introducing the post-modern condition, slays the demon of metanarrative. Thus, there is no single grand tale with everything woven on it but there are little tales that are just that, little tales. Thus, ends must not necessarily meet or be forced to meet. A typical situation where the ends do not meet is called a “differend”. A typical example of differend is a situation of conflict between an alien system of justice imposed by colonizers and carried forward by post-colonizers and that of the traditional systems of justice of the tribal community.  Thus, for example, if the Government of a country, governed by, say, the Common Law regime that believes in its own notion of justice, equity and good conscience, acquires land that had belonged to a tribal community for generations, evicts them from their homesteads and disburses compensation – all following the mandate of law as per endorsed by the Rule of Law regime of the Common Law system to the dot, the tribal people might feel that injustice has been meted out to them because of the fact that their own system of justice, which is not mandated by the stamp and seal of Common Law, has been disregarded. If they have to challenge the eviction or the amount of compensation, they have to challenge the ones who had thus taken their lands with their own games and they can enter into a discourse with the colonizers/post-colonizers only on their own terms. This is an instance of the differend because rights of the tribal people over their lands are established by tribal law, and evidence for such rights may not be presentable in the law of the government which is to strictly adhere to the norms of the Common Law. The court of appeal in which claims to land rights are heard functions entirely according to government mandated Common law, and tribal law is not considered a valid system of judgment.

Legal systems around the world have not progressed in tandem with philosophical discourses and thus it would be ludicrous to expect any legal system to accommodate the “differend”. Far from slaying the demon of metanarrative, they have not yet made much headway in doing away with essentialism – the rigid four walls of definition – something which, in the realm of philosophy, the predecessors of the post-modernists, being the existentialists, had so adroitly slain. Systems of law, including the one that is mandated by the Government of our country, still adheres to norms culled out by the European colonizers, and still seeks to ‘define’ law as Commands of the Sovereign, backed by threats of punishment on non-obedience. Thus, a citizen needs to learn the arts and crafts of obedience so as to avoid being penalized.

In India, on one hand we have the Common Law, which is by and large a homogenous legal system and structure and we have several indigenous legal systems, each adhering to their own respective customs, norms and mores. The Common Law as it stands today in India is founded on a perspective of the Europeans and is based on a retributive philosophy that is hierarchical, adversarial, punitive, and guided both by written laws and judicial pronouncements. It believes in reason and rationality, and has no space for unreason – the very source of empathy, as many scholars of the 20th century had come to establish. They main focus of the legal regime of the Common Law system is to establish guilt or innocence through witness trial and examination of evidence. It seeks tangibilities to back its mandates and pronouncements. It is a complex and process and procedure oriented system, with rigid compartmentalization and regimentation when it comes to powers, responsibilities and decision-making.

As far as the laws and systems of justice of the tribal people are concerned, though they differ from seat to seat and place to place throughout India and the world, one common factor is that those adopt a more holistic and a less Cartesian or compartmentalized approach. These systems are guided by the unwritten customary laws, traditions, and practices that are learned primarily by example and through the oral teachings of tribal elders. The holistic philosophy is a circle of justice that connects everyone involved with a problem or conflict on a continuum, the continuum represents the entire process, from disclosure of problems, to discussion and resolution, to making amends and restoring relationships. The methods used are based on concepts of restorative and reparative justice and the principles of healing and living in harmony with all beings and with nature. Thus, the aim of justice is not merely to compensate the victim or punish the wrongdoer, but the focus lies in healing and restoring the breaches to harmony of communal relations. The process of law for the tribal communities, unlike the European processes of law is not compartmentalized into pre-adjudication, pretrial, adjudication, and sentencing stages.

Thus, the Eurocentric models of law and justice have never resonated or synchronized with the different models that the tribal communities have come to embrace over time, and this is owing to the differing ways of life of the proponents of the first model and the adherents of the other ones.  Thus, following the political ethos of Lyotard, justice of multiplicities requires a multiplicity of justices – something that is conspicuous by its absence in India.

What Is Education For? Six myths about the foundations of modern education, and six new principles to replace them (from Context Institute)

“Without significant precautions, education can equip people merely to be more effective vandals of the Earth.” David Orr: “Earth in mind” Island Press 1994

“It is worth noting that [the destruction of the planet] is not the work of ignorant people. It is, rather, largely the result of work by people with BAs, BSs, LLBs, MBAs, and PhDs”. David Orr: “What is Education For?”, Context Institute 1991

Read David Orr’s “What is Education For?”: http://www.context.org/iclib/ic27/orr/

April 2014: The Pervert’s Guide to Ideology

April’s screening on Sunday 6 April is Slovenian philosopher Slavoj Zizek’s look at how ideology is constructed by the media we consume.

From the Catholic underpinnings of the Sound of Music to the fascist political dimensions of Jaws, Zizek (often called the “rockstar” of cultural theory) uses Lacanian psychoanalysis to examine the messages embedded in the films we watch. Zizek is a contraversial and often entertaining character but is always engaging and often thought provoking.

Doors 19:00, film starts 19:15. See you there!

Kadın orgazmı da neymiş?

Partnerimin orgazm olup olmadığını anlayamıyorum. Evet, söyledim işte.

Bundan önce cunnilingus’dan bahsederken ve daha da önemlisi penetrasyonla ilgili kaygılarımı anlatırken bu alt metinden hiç bahsetmemiş olduğumu fark ettim.

Olay kısaca şudur: Eğer partnerim doğrudan sözlü olarak orgazm olduğunu söylemiyorsa, neredeyse daima bir belirsizlik kalıyor aklımda.Female_Orgasm-1

Biraz daha emin olmamı sağlayabilecek tek şey, yoğun bedensel tepkilerin ardından (bu tepkiler ses olabilir, hareket olabilir, kasılmalar olabilir) bir rahatlama ve gevşeme yaşadığını gözlemlemek. İşte asıl sorun da burada !

Açıklayayım.

Kafamın bastığı kadarıyla, kadınların orgazmı erkeklerde olduğu gibi noktasal değil. Yani, eğer doğru anlıyorsam, kadın cinselliğinde, erkeklerde “cum shot” dediğimiz şeye denk gelen bir deneyim pek yaşanmıyor. Kadın orgazmı daha “sürekli” bir şey, erkek orgazmına kıyasla daha geniş bir zaman dilimine yayılıyor. Üstelik çoklu orgazm mümkün; yani bir orgazm yaşanması, sonrasında ortalığın durulması anlamına gelmeyebiliyor.

Bu lafları ederken çok tereddüt ediyorum. O yüzden “bilgi” olarak değil de “bir erkeğin bildiği” olarak kabul edin. Yanlış olabilirler gayet, hatta yanlış olma ihtimalleri hiç de az değil sanıyorum.*

Şimdi bu “bilgi”leri cebimize atıp yukarıdaki lafımı tekrarlıyorum: Biraz daha emin olmamı sağlayabilecek tek şey, yoğun bedensel tepkilerin ardından bir rahatlama ve gevşeme yaşadığını gözlemlemek.

every one of them
Burada da görebileceğin üzere, bana yaşattığın tüm orgazmları burada özenle listeledim.

Yani bir kadının orgazm olduğunu anlamamı sağlayabilecek tek şey, onun bir erkek gibi orgazm olması !

Bu kadar saçma bir şeyi fark etmemin yıllarımı alması ne hödükçe !

Şimdi, bu saçmalığın yarattığı birkaç soruna değinelim:

  • Penetrasyon sırasında çok heyecanlandığım için ve “erken” boşalmaktan korktuğum için, partnerimin boşaldığından emin olmak ve beni çok heyecanlandırabilecek şeyleri ancak ondan sonra yapmak istiyorum. Ama orgazm olup olmadığını anlayamıyorum.
  • Mesela cunnilingus’u düşünün: Eğer ben yavaşlamazsam, ortada bir yavaşlama olmaz ki?! Yani, eğer ben orgazmı fark edemezsem, partnerimin gevşemesi mümkün değil. Ama partnerim gevşemezse de benim orgazmı fark etmem mümkün değil gibi görünüyor. Ne çelişki!
  • Partnerimin orgazmı nasıl yaşamak istediğini bilmiyorum. (Rahatlamak ve soluklanmak mı istiyor, yoksa mesela daha çok uyarılmak mı istiyor?)
  • Partnerim orgazmı nasıl yaşamak isterse istesin, benim ona bunu sağlamama imkan yok. Olayın farkında bile değilim ki çoğunlukla ! Belki de o orgazm olurken ben hızlanmam gerektiği mesajını alıyorum. Ve yahut o orgazma yaklaşırken ben orgazm olduğunu ve bu yüzden yavaşlamam gerektiğini sanıyorum.
  • En talihsiz yanı, partnerimin orgazmını seyredemiyorum. Çünkü ne zaman gerçekleştiğini dahi bilemiyorum.

    mesela
    – Neden orgazm olduğunda bana söylemiyorsun?
    – Söylerdim de, ben orgazm olduğumda sen hiç evde olmuyorsun ki.

Bu sorunların hiçbirine mantıklı bir çözümüm yok. Sadece ilkine, yani erken (“erken”den kastım: partnerim açısından erken) boşalmaktan kaçınma meselesine bir “çözüm” buldum. (Ama ne çözüm!)

Çok heyecanlandığımı ve boşalmak istediğimi hissettiğimde, partnerime bunu doğrudan soruyorum. Tabii ki insanlar öyle bir durumda “Ay yok devam et ne boşalıyon hemen” demeyecek kadar nazik olduklarından, asla gerçekten ne istediklerini bilemiyorum. Ama en azından kendimi daha iyi hissetmemi sağlıyor.

Kendimi daha fazla utandırmadan burada bitiriyorum.

Kadın orgazmı nasıl bir şey acaba…

***

* Ama sonuçta şu bir bilgidir: Oralarda bir yerlerde, cinsellik konusunda görece açık görüşlü bir erkek var ve kadın orgazmının böyle böyle bir şey olduğunu düşünüyor.