WARNING GOING FORWARD: This subject matter is, for all intents and purposes, not for immature audiences... I will not say those "of age" because age is a piss poor determination of maturity... HOWEVER I expect this thread to remain on topic and to conduct itself with SOME level of maturity... yes, the subject material begs some sort of emotive/reactive response, but I think the point behind it is much more important. With that said, I present the spoiler tag: Spoiler http://hystericalliterature.com/ Hysterical Literature I am of two minds with this... to the one, I get the point here; we, as a society, have so dramatized, fanaticized, romanticized, and made "taboo" the idea of sexuality that bringing it out into the open is, for many, almost unthinkable... but sex and sexuality is NOT some evil thing to be "hidden away"... and to be honest, I completely agree. Within the boundaries of good taste and common sense, why should someone have to fear a choice between being "sexy" and being "intelligent"? That kind of either-or mindset is simply ridiculous. To the other hand... this project DOES take it to a rather... interesting... extreme. Then again... as a red blooded male, I am fascinated by the varying reactions of the participants and their thoughts of the experiment (which you can find in the about section of the site). I actually stumbled across this site from a facebook post linking to this article: Spoiler http://sploid.gizmodo.com/watching-women-trying-to-sing-while-having-an-orgasm-is-1573802566/all on gizmodo, which talks about the women from the band ADAM attempting to sing one of their songs while being stimulated to orgasm. It shows an intriguing side of the human psyche - the desire to succumb to the sensations coursing through the body, yet at the same time knowing you have to continue to perform the task at hand, else the ministrations you are enjoying will cease. I dunno, just found it fascinating (and admittedly somewhat entertaining); despite the obvious erotic nature of the content, it was not being "sexualized" at all. What do ya'll make of this? ADAM did it as a type of Art - Hysterical Literature did it as both an Art and a Study.