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It’s a blessing because, well, an unplanned boner is just embarrassing (sorry, dudes). And, to make things even more “complicated,” we don’t just get one kind of horny; oh, no. Like, sometimes we actually do want to follow Cosmo’s weird sex tips. And sometimes we’re just in the mood to have a good, 10th grade back-of-your-mom’s-Volvo-style make out.We talk about sex, sure, but we don’t really talk about the variety of ways people experience it.Because when it comes to sex, complexity — both physically and emotionally — freaks us out.Even more proof of this fear lies at a basic, anatomic level of sex: We fear the vagina.

People don’t care to learn about the potentially “complicated” methods it takes to make women orgasm.

It’s both a blessing and a curse that women don’t get boners.

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