This Man’s Post About How Women Can’t Orgasm Is Going Viral Because Of The Hilarious Twitter Response
Breaking news: After centuries of debating whether women can orgasm, one man — not a woman, of course, because how would their delicate minds comprehend such a complicated concept? — has stepped forward to settle things once and for all. Ladies, you no longer have to wonder if your sexual partner is mediocre. According to some guy named Kyle, who made a post regarding the subject on Facebook, women simply cannot orgasm. The female sexual climax, he has decided, is a myth after all.
"But Kyle!" I can hear you cry. "Women orgasm all the time. Just ask any of your sexual partners or friends who are women!"
Kyle was prepared for exactly that response. In a Facebook status posted on Thursday, he laid out the case that women are "taught that they are SUPPOSED to orgasm," but it is an "unreasonable myth" to expect to have a defining sexual climax. The crux of the argument is that women may simply have a different sexual experience than men — one that doesn't include orgasm.
I'll let Kyle himself explain his thinking on this one. The Facebook status in question reads:
He went on to posit that women anticipate their sexual experience to follow the same trajectory as the other half of the human population. "Maybe a woman's sexual experience is just totally different from a mans [sic]?" he concluded, adding that he planned to conduct his own research on the matter.
But while Kyle may think he has come up with a groundbreaking hypothesis, other interpretations are less flattering. When writer and blogger Parker Molloy screenshotted the status and posted it on Twitter, Kyle was thoroughly, roundly (and hilariously) mocked.
The Original Tweet
Molloy tweeted Kyle's status on Saturday, and by Monday morning, it had gone viral, with nearly 2,000 comments. Naturally, there was an influx of tweets that questioned his judgment.
Actual Footage Of Kyle
Molloy had a field day comparing Kyle to various clumsy and/or clueless GIFs.
Many users pointed out that if he doesn't believe in female orgasms, Kyle may have never witnessed one firsthand.
Apology Flowers Are Necessary
Any time a grown man is making comments like this, it probably doesn't bode well for his partners.
His Hypothesis Is Flawed
The female orgasm isn't the sexual equivalent of Bigfoot. There's plenty of evidence out there, provided you actually give women credit for understanding their own bodies.
Orgasms Are Fake News
An accurate assessment of the situation.
For his part, one man felt he should stand up for the reputation of other Kyles.
Obligatory Self-Love Joke
Yes, masturbation jokes are easy territory, but that doesn't make this one any less hilarious.
Kyle's Friends Jump In
Apparently, Kyle kept everyone updated with his friends' responses to the initial Facebook post, and, well, yikes.
A Man With True Integrity
Only a true hero would offer to explore the female orgasm in person, despite questioning its existence.
One Last Incompetence Tweet
That's the last of the sexual incompetence jokes. I promise.
Practice Your Google Skills, Bro
A quick Google search would have shown that the Master and Johnson research team documented plenty of physiological evidence for female orgasms.
A Particularly Astute Point
Real talk here. People (read: men) have been questioning the existence of female orgasms for decades, if not centuries, and all goes back to the prioritization of male sexual pleasure. Even after the sexual revolution of the '60s, cultural norms teach us that male pleasure is seen as a requirement for sex, while female pleasure is a happy accident. If a woman enjoys a sexual encounter, great! But it's not seen as central to the proceedings. With that in mind, it's no wonder an orgasm gap exists between men and women.
But that doesn't mean women can't orgasm. In fact, even if you totally discount anecdotes from women themselves, there's substantial scientific evidence that they do. As sociologist Lisa Wade has pointed out, women who sleep with other women report far more orgasms than heterosexual women, and those who orgasm through masturbation tend to report fewer orgasms with a partner. Clearly, the question isn't whether the female orgasm exists; it's whether women's partners think to help them achieve it. With all the misinformation surrounding women's sexual pleasure, they may not even realize they can.
So our friend Kyle may have been the one to publicly put his foot in his mouth, but he's not the only one to believe that women can't orgasm. Let's just hope someone, even if that someone is the entirety of Twitter, teaches him otherwise one day.