I’ve been hearing about, and even watching bits and pieces of clips of, Alexyss Tylor - a local cable TV host (local where, not sure) who speaks to her church about the power of vagina. At first I thought she was just whacked. Now I don’t think she’s whacked necessarily, or if she is, she’s wacky with a side of surrounding herself with the right people who know how to get her even more attention. Her videos get over 1 million hits, and yet the words that come out of her mouth astound and shock me, and at the same time they make me laugh a lot.
Here’s what I’ve learned from this episode of Alexyss Tylor’s Vagina Power:
Women have more than one G-spot, and it’s what causes them to need stimulation more often. Yep, when the lady on the left side of the screen, the one who doesn’t speak much, and who may actually be Alexyss’ mother (really, does she talk like this in front of her mother?!) poses the question “What drives a woman to sex toys?” Alexyss’ very scientific answer is “Some women are hooked on coming because they have more than one G-spot.” All I can say is take that scientists who say the G-spot doesn’t exist.
The discussion, or rather soliloquy, went on, and on and on, and hopped over to the Jack Rabbit. Not sure what the Jack Rabbit is, I know the Rabbit, the dual action vibrator made famous by Charlotte on Sex and the City, so I’m assuming it’s just one of the cheap knock-offs. Anyway, according to Alexyss, it’s like a real Jack Rabbit, one that jumps all over the place, only the mechanical jack rabbit doesn’t jump on grass and ground, it jumps all over the clit. A jumping sex toy does sound entertaining, but in the 4.5 years I worked at Babeland I sold a jumping vibrator zero times, because it doesn’t exist. Or if it does, I don’t know about it. Although I suppose some vibrators do make your clit jump (as in rhythmically contract upon orgasm), and maybe by jump she just meant twist, pulse or vibrate. Benefit of the doubt given here.
*video after the jump
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