What does it sound like leads me to what does it look like?
For a man, the question almost doesn’t need asking because the answer is so easy to see. This is what a penis looks like. This is what an aroused penis looks like. This is what an orgasm and ejaculation look like. You can see it with your eyes open. You can see it with your eyes closed, because your mind remembers simply from having seen.
For a woman, it’s not as easy to see. You have to look for it, consciously. It requires bending. It requires opening. And it requires a mirror. There’s no getting around it. A woman’s eyes cannot reflect her own sex.
What do I look like?
Our sex organs define our gender and inform our identity. How do you conceive of your self when you don’t know what your sex organ looks like?
And let’s not mitigate the reality that so many women have never looked for themselves. Or never named. Or never touched. Or never have been touched. Or never have been touched but improperly or abusively. Or never have been taught. Or have been taught incorrect, harmful, shame-inducing things about their sex.
That’s why I am looking. Seeing for myself. Defining for myself. Defining my self. My camera is a mirror, a magical mirror with a recording function. One that I can choose to share to show what I see. Then you can decide for yourself what you see. Maybe you see me. Maybe you see someone else. Maybe you see yourself.
Close-up Orgasm (explicit sexuality NSFW 18+)