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HuffPost Live Asks Why People Are Afraid To Discuss Lesbian Sex

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Last week, HuffPost Live featured a segment titled "Lesbian Sex Demystified" that, for one reason or another, generated a large amount of negative feedback from commenters on social media.

In response, HuffPost Live producers decided to host another discussion about the implications of this negative feedback and what it means that so many people are afraid to have a candid discussion about the sexuality of women and queer people in general.

HuffPost Live Producer Alex Berg, lesbian porn mogul Jincey Lumpkin, Esq. and HuffPost Gay Voices editor Noah Michelson joined host Caitlyn Becker yesterday to engage in this conversation and get the to heart of our culture's aversion to the idea of sex between queer people.

"People seem to be really horrified any time women want to talk about their sexuality," noted Lumpkin. "People immediately go to ‘that’s so vulgar’ or ‘how dare we’ and there’s this immediate protective response that goes up… it’s really annoying."

Check out the clip above to hear the rest of this candid and honest conversation about female sexuality, and click here to watch the full segment.

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