This Guy Said The Female Orgasm Is A Myth And Was Immediately Roasted Into A Crisp

Several days ago, Twitter user Parker Molloy (quite graciously for us) shared a Facebook post from a man named Kyle, who’s last name was (quite graciously for Kyle) blacked out. Kyle seems to be that special breed of meninist who believes that women…don’t…orgasm? Because they…don’t ejaculate in the same way men do? This is his logic.

Perhaps the funniest/saddest thing about this situation is not that Kyle doubts the existence of the female orgasm. It’s that he inadvertently told everyone he knew that he has never, in fact, been able to make a woman orgasm. As Parker Molloy puts it so succinctly, “Kyle, my man…”

“Do women actually orgasm? There is no conclusive physiological evidence of it. Men are very clear, obvious… but women not so much. One thing is clear, women are taught that they are SUPPOSED to orgasm. Perhaps it is an unreasonable myth? That would help explain why so many women are sexually ‘unsatisfied’.. Perhaps because they are expecting some defining moment like men have… Maybe a woman’s sexual experience is just totally different from a mans? [sic] I will study the issue further.”

Actual footage of me upon reading this:

Oh, Kyle. I don’t know whether to call you a poor sweet misguided soul or a total d-bag. Is this really the Internet legacy you want for yourself? Luckily for us, the Internet was there to help. Unluckily for Kyle, the “advice” he received was less than stellar: