Braxton's quickie for the day...
Email question: Most of the online e-stim videos I’ve seen portray men. Why don’t women feel inclined to make more videos?
First, there’s the gender composition for e-stim: I will take an educated guess and peg it at 60% male and 40% female.
Secondly, we have to look at the “show biz” value of an e-stim video. I’m sure you will concede me the assumption that when it comes to online videos, anyone without clothes has more viral appeal than someone clothed. Nonetheless, when it comes to a video of an e-stim orgasm, the male has the edge because of the ejaculatory throbbing and semen projectiles. Having said this, I know I’m in trouble if I don’t at least tip my hat to female ejaculation as well. Incidentally, I know that any video can be “enhanced”, but there is a sound basis behind the stronger e-stim ejaculation: the signal can significantly increase the ejaculatory contractions/spasms.
As for why women feel less inclined to make videos, I think it is more the case that male stimmers can become obsessed with showing the world their ejaculation, hence the proliferation of videos. There’s an irony in this. Anna and I have observed that when it comes to email communication, women are far more open in their discussions of stimming than are men. In fact, we’ve had several ladies to relate (quite humorously) that they stim while performing daily activities such as household chores or jogging, We have yet to hear from any men in this regard.
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