Why Does Twilight Make Women So Damn Horny?S

Please turn your attention to this focus group about the latest Twilight movie and women's level of horniness in relation to said movie. Survey says that horniness goes up and down depending on whatever, and that women don't like Jacob? Let's take a gander:

Unrelated to the video, because it's hilarious and a joke and I love the word horny, it is both the grossest and funniest word there is. So yes, ignoring all of that, but focusing on the Twilight phenomenon, and how it's marketed at women, in general. There's this interesting undercurrent in Twilight (and 50 Shades of Grey, for that matter) where somehow because some women get off to these books/movies, they're made ridiculous. I mean obviously porn is ridiculous as well, and masturbation in general is hilarious, but there's a weird undercurrent of agression to the jokes — and maybe a hint of shaming, in general. Like, "ho ho ho, it is SO crazy that sad sex-starved women think this goofy garbage is sexy. Everyone knows the only sexy thing is parts humping on corresponding parts!"

Am I right about this? Or maybe I'm going crazy, I just think they're often dismissed as ludicrous because they're easy to make fun of for other reasons — poorly written, moral judgment, etc. — but you know what, if they turn you on, it's just as valid as any other bit of erotic stimulation (sorry). This same sort of judgy mcjudgerson gets thrown at romance novels but hell, I defy anyone to read about Victorian lady undercarriage yearnings and remain wooden. Or, er, not wooden, as it were (so sorry). Women can get off to all sorts of stuff, from butts rubbing on penises, to talk of heaving breasts in corsets. If you stop to think about it, it's all absurd, but we're sexual beings, so maybe just live and let live? If a werewolf fucking a human who then gives birth to a bat is what gets the juices flowing (I'm really so very sorry), then so be it. No shame in any sexual game, that's what I always often sometimes say!

Watch Vulture's Twilight Horniness Focus Group [Vulture]