Over at Vox Popoli, Digital Cowboy maintains that even a really good actress can't effectively fake an orgasm:
A classic crock perpetuated by "When Harry Met Sally" and "Sex in the City" (among many others). When you can fake rapid muscle spasms in both inner thighs simultaneously, get back to me. Maybe some guys are dumb enough to fall for your faking and perhaps some need to. It takes more than heavy breathing and a little moaning to satisfy me that the job is done, Ms. Ryan.
I'm not sure what Digital Cowboy has against Meg Ryan, since she was directing her fake orgasm at Billy Crystal and not at him. But the fact remains that men don't realize that women can fake muscle spasms in not just their thighs, but in other areas when feigning la petit mort.
Vaginal muscles are pretty amazing, considering that women can pop out babies and still be able to stand upright right afterwards without everything falling out. I personally have popped out five; the last one fired like an RPG. Why not six? Because my babies keep getting bigger (my youngest weighed in at nearly nine pounds) and my midwife isn't getting any younger. In case of a failed catch, a ten-pound infant would put a sizeable hole in the the birthing room wall.
But I digress.
Vaginal muscles are resilient, and with enough kegel exercies, can become surprisingly strong. Do enough kegels, ladies, and you can lift weights with that thing if you want to.
And even if you aren't interested in doing puss-ups or whatever such weight-lifting exercises would be called, you can still put some rythmic squeezes on your man that - when combined with a few cries of "Oh God!" "some head thrashing and - if you so choose - thigh spasms will fool him into thinking you've reached the Pinnacle of Pleasure.
Now, if you're with a guy like The Digital Cowboy who - being on the lookout for fakes - obviously aims to please, then you have no need to pretend. But if you find yourself in the randy attentions of a man who only means to pound you like a ten-penny nail, putting the squeeze on him can get him off and - mercifully - off of you.
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