“Haha! We do all have clitties. God, I love my girlfriends.”
Ashton Kutcher apparently thinks his new movie No Strings Attached is some sort of sexual empowerment story for women and now feels qualified to demand high school girls learn about the female orgasm in sex ed class. Via Movieline:
For women in the sex education process in schools, the one thing they teach about is how to get pregnant or how to not get pregnant, but they don’t really talk about sex as a point of pleasure for women. The male orgasm is actually right there and readily available to learn about because it’s actually part of the reproductive cycle, but the female orgasm isn’t really talked about in the education system. Part of that creates a place where women aren’t empowered around their own sexuality and their own sexual selves, and from a purely entertainment point of view, to create a movie with a female lead that’s empowered with her own sexuality is a powerful thing. And if we can give teenage people something to think about from a sex perspective, I would say it would be to open a conversation where women are empowered with their own sexual experiences from an educational level as well as an entertainment level.
Did anyone understand a single word Ashton Kutcher just said back there? Because all I heard was, “Demi Moore tells me what to think or I get the hose.” Seriously, there are hardcore feminists reading this right now going, “Wow, what a little bitch.” Teaching female orgasms to kids? Yes, please, go present that one to a high school principal. I haven’t Right Click Saved a Megan’s Law photo since I noticed my neighbor owns an awful lot of clown costumes. And bear traps.