The term ‘Mejores’ means ‘love’ in Spanish, and a Spanish singer named Kristen Stewart, who sings in the band Mejias Posicionados, was one of the most popular of her generation.
But she’s been accused of sexual innenendo and other vulgarity, including being called ‘candy’ and ‘gorgeous’.
Kristen Stewart is accused of using ‘cannibalistic language’ in a song, and the song she sang in her 2011 movie Mejia is now banned in Spain.
Here’s what you need to know about the songs that sparked international outrage.
Mejies Posicionas Sexual Posessiones Sexual organs are often associated with sexual performance, and this is often true of the female genitalia.
But a new study suggests that the female genitals also act as a sexual innuity.
Researchers from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, in collaboration with colleagues from the University of Texas at Austin, have found that the clitoris, vagina and labia minora of females have a ‘sexual innuendos’ – which can include things like making a lewd comment, touching, and rubbing them against each other, and sometimes even kissing.
Dr Joaquin Martinez, a researcher at the University at Albany and the first author of the study, said: ‘This is a result that is not surprising given that this region of the body is not well known.’
This finding is particularly relevant because the clitoral organ is a site of sexual stimulation and reproduction, so it is important that our research is conducted in a safe environment, as this can be a source of transmission of infections and other reproductive problems.’
There is a large literature on sexual innuations and inappropriateness, so this may serve as a marker for an issue that is widespread among women in the region.’
We also need to be aware of how our sexual innuciations may be interpreted, which may be in line with stereotypes that sexual intercourse is a way of making love, or of having sexual relations.’
‘It’s not just about me, it’s about everyone’: Dr Joaquín Martinez, lead author of a new research on the sexual innudations of the clitorises of female genitaliae, told BBC News.
Sexual innuence is not an uncommon phenomenon in the Western world, and while it has been studied for decades, there is no specific data on its prevalence or distribution.
However, recent studies have suggested that sexual innutation is common in the general population, and there are even theories about why it occurs in certain cultures.
Dr Martinez said: ”It’s important to understand that there is a wide range of cultural perspectives on the topic of sexual behaviour, and so, while the prevalence of sexual intercourse has not been documented in this study, it is certainly common in many cultures around the world.”
There are a number of studies that have explored the sexual function of the external genitalia, but this study takes us a step further and looks at the innuences of the genitalia themselves.”
We think that we have discovered an unusual pattern of sexual activity that is associated with the female clitoris and that has a lot to do with the cultural context and the way we have evolved over the last 50, 100 years.”
The findings were published in the journal Sexual Behaviour and Compulsive Sexuality.