Masters: "Your instincts are dead on. But no, partners is down the line. Right now it's solo. Which is why this porn. Although I wonder if her being a lesbian is..."
Virginia: "An orgasm's an orgasm, right?"
Masters: "Let's have a super weird talk about that later, okay?"
Virginia: "Okay but why me? We were vibing well before Ethan could have told you about my futuristic sex ideas."
Masters: "That's why, essentially. Instinct. Vibe. Intellectual chemis..."
Virginia: "Even though I majored in music and now, soft science. A female MD would..."
Masters: "Uh, lose her job? Make it so women can no longer be doctors? Cause a worldwide riot?"
Virginia: "Mostly the first one, but yeah."
Masters: "That's why you. The study's not approved, and I wouldn't ask a woman with a real career, especially one so hard-won, to jeopardize..."
Virginia: "Meaning yours is jeopardized, too."
Masters: "Yeah, but it's hardly the same thing. I mean yes, I'm very very brave, thank you."
Virginia: "Mister, I am IN."
JANE (INSURANCE DEPT)
Jane: "But so wait, like what are you actually talking about?"
Virginia: "Secret amazing things you will be into. Trust me. You said coochie. Out loud."
Jane: "So I'd be volunteering..."
Virginia: "To prove things we always thought, but through verifiable and indisputable science. To establish female sexuality as a thing-in-itself, rather than simply a place to keep babies and dicks."
Jane: "Seems ambitious."
"It is going to be the biggest thing for women since the Vote. It goes suffrage, us, the Pill. And then not a whole lot, because that's a lot to deal with, but because culture speeds up in tandem with technology, then you get Roe v. Wade, and then the ERA and that whole tragedy, and Gloria Steinem, who gets a real raw deal eventually even though she's actually one of the most important Americans of the entire century. Then it's like, Clarence Thomas and Ally McBeal, which is really just part of a larger bunch of scary '90s bullshit because of AIDS, and Baby Boomers realizing their true horror potential and blossoming into these selfish, undying monsters. Then, Wendy Davis and the idea of "women's healthcare" being a pejorative term, which is when a very good TV show about us gets made. Then eventually the government will shut down, because even fifty years from now the worst kind of men will still not have entirely died. Some of them will still be alive, fucking everything up out of fear and hatred for a world that's long-since passed them by."