Orgasms are amazing – there’s no doubt about it. It’s almost crazy to think our bodies are capable of feeling such intense waves of pleasure. They’re almost indescribable.
Even when you try, no words actually do them justice. You just have to experience for yourself.
With the rise in popularity of BDSM and all things kink, there are also a lot of misconceptions going around. Unfortunately, some of the recent movies about BDSM (not naming names *cough*) miss the mark on the cornerstone principles of BDSM for most kinksters.
While we love sex toys, not everyone has them at their disposal. What do you do if you’re not the proud owner of a Magic Wand? Well, all you need is a little imagination, some inspiration, and information.
Fellow sexpert Dr. Sadie Allison and her trusty team at Tickle Kitty provide a few tips to help you get frisky from their blog.
Orgasms: the climactic point of our sexual bouts, the light at the end of the tunnel, the eruption of pleasure that releases euphoric brain chemicals into our entire bodies.
While they do not necessarily have to be the goal every time we have sex, a life without them just doesn’t seem as fulfilling.
I’m not about to tell you to go out and have unprotected sex. In fact, I’m going to do just the opposite. Having safe sex is so important to staying healthy and protecting yourself. You already know that (hopefully).
What you may not know is that, according to the American Sexual Health Association, one in two sexually active people will contract a sexually transmitted disease by the age of 25.
That’s a pretty significant number. If you don’t have an STD (or have never had one), chances are the person sitting next to you does or has at one point.
When it comes to sex, everyone does it differently and we all have different definitions for it. Even though many fall into a routine of how it all goes down, there are so many different ways to enjoy sex and what it has to offer. That’s what makes it fun!
Porn – it’s great, it’s entertaining, it’s a turn on. But, if that’s where you’re learning about sex… you’re in for a rude awakening.