So I was having a conversationwith one of my guy friends--
and he's a really good guyfriend of mine,
'cause this is gonna seem creepyand I get that,
but it wasn't creepy.We're very good friends.
And he was just like,
"Liza, what's it liketo give a blow job?
"I'm so curious.
"What's a woman's point of viewin giving blow jobs?"
And I was like, "I don't know.
If you like the guy,it's pretty fun and great."
And then he went, "Oh.
"How many guysthat you don't like
(bleep) have you sucked?"
It's not zero.
It's, like,a very upsetting realization
to have about yourself.
It's sad.You know, just like,
it doesn't make sense to me.
I want, like... I'm a feminist,I have great parents,
I want to be a good role modelto my niece, like...
How do I have dicks in my mouththat I don't want in there?
(laughing):That's so crazy.
And so I wantedto figure it out,
and, like, I'm not oneto blame anyone
for my, like, decisions or life.
Like, I, you know,I live my life, I'm happy.
But I just wantedto figure it out,
and I do wish that I had
better sex lessonsas a young girl.
I just wish, at 13 years oldin health class,
like, sex ed was better.
All I remember is just, like,
"You're a rose.
"every time you have sexwith someone,
"you rip a petaloff of the rose.
"And then you're justa thorny stick.
"Is that what you wantto give to your husband?
Just a thorny, dried-up stick?"
How dare you?
How dare you say thatto a young girl?
That sex isn't for her
and she has to give itto some weird dude?
That is messed...
I feel like the only lesson
girls should be taughtin sex ed is:
"Hey. If you're not (bleep),
And then that's it.