What I wore from the waist up was, however, the only thing that would show, so I chose a black halter with transparent chiffon connecting the silk ribbon tied around my neck to the fitted, bustier top. It is unclear if she is a virgin heading for the nunnery or a prostitute heading for the street: the perfect emblem for this escapade. I slipped on my favorite black, ankle-length, silk mermaid skirt and very high-heeled suede boots—I was grateful later for their superb traction. And no panties. And there it was, that pervasive, over-arching concern of almost every woman every time she has sex, unless, of course, she is alone, in which case the outcome is pretty much a slam-dunk.
"Hysterical Literature" — Videos Of Women Having An Orgasm While Reading Literature
The artistry and sensuality of such works allow the reader to engage in a sexual experience without visual aids or self-stimulus, all the while intertwining the innocent act of reading with the taboo of sex. In the same manner that Fifty Shades of Grey urged libraries across the country to reconsider their stance on stocking erotica, "Hysterical Literature" introduces the dichotomy between classic novels not generally considered to be provocative in nature and the controversial themes of human sexuality. And while the obvious association of these unlikely forces may seem offensive at first, participants were pleasantly surprised at how well it works. Meditating with a magic mantra that only Toni Morrison could fabricate, I let this love envelop me, hold me, and rock me to ecstasy. While the connection between reading, sex, and any of the other themes of "Hysterical Literature" might appear superficial at first, Cubitt hopes viewers see past the obvious.
Women Orgasm While Reading... For The Sake Of Art, Of Course (NSFW)
In the videos below, a series of women sit at a desk and read a book of their choosing aloud. As their reading session continues, you may notice a quickness of breath, some fumbling over easily legible words, light panting, shivering, giggling and moaning. No, these physical reactions aren't responses to the texts themselves, but rather to an unseen assistant pleasuring said women with vibrators under the table. Eventually, they climax. The piece, by artist Clayton Cubitt, is titled " Hysterical Literature ," and is slated to go on view as part of Mass MoCA's " Bibliothecaphilia " exhibition later this month.
I leave it up to you whether you read or watch first. The twist is the things going on below the table. Penetrative sex, after all, is an exploration of something dark, moist, and cavelike.