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Toddlers playing peek-a-boo think that if they can't see or experience something themselves, it doesn't exist.

You would think most adults have moved on from that kind of flawed logic.

But after Chicago-based writer Parker Molloy shared her friend Kyle's carnal contemplations, it now appears that this kind of rationale has survived in some adults.

After musing about whether "women actually orgasm," Kyle concludes that there is "no conclusive physiological evidence" that they do.

Perhaps he is confused because women don't climax like he does, so he dismisses it completely.

Or, as some people have pointed out, maybe Kyle just isn't great in bed.

Most women most definitely disagree with Kyle.

Way back in medieval times, people saw it as self-evident that women orgasmed.

Science has long moved on from the question of whether women orgasm but how, and why.

The internet didn't really give poor Kyle any help.

HT Metro

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