I’ve been interested in sex and sexual images for as long as I can remember.
At a young age, I studied nude photos in National Geographic magazines. I drew pictures of naked bodies together. I would look at my own naked body, and imagine myself in sexual situations without even knowing what sex was.
So naturally, when it became available to me, I began to watch porn. Continue Reading
Relationships are changing, society is changing (however slow the progress may be), and so is the way we think about sex. Our old definitions are limiting.
So, if our definitions of sex are evolving, then what does that mean for virginity?
When we were little, we avoided a spanking. Now it’s all the rage, but if you’re a newbie, how do you get started on the spanking craze?
Here are some simple tips for beginning spankers and spankees.
Let’s get right to the point– anal play is awesome. Of course, it’s not for everyone, but if you clicked on this article, then butt stuff might just be the right stuff for you. And you don’t have to have anal sex to enjoy some backdoor fun.
The anus boasts an abundance of nerve endings, making it a lovely little spot to lick, massage and penetrate, regardless of your gender or orientation. Anal play pleasure is determined by preference only, so it’s anyone’s game if they want to go Greek.
Well, May has come, and so should you! There’s no need to be waiting around for a lover to scratch your itch, because May is International Masturbation Month, and it’s time to get down with your fine self with some mindful masturbation.
Dominance and submission – a way to explore power dynamics and stretch the boundaries of so-called “conventional” sexual roles.
Sometimes the very elements that would be troublesome outside the bedroom can become extremely erotic when played with sexually.
Where would so many of us be without birth control? Starting a family long before we were ready? Terrified of sex before we met “the one,” which for some could result in 40-year-old virgin status? Or, would we be one of the few lucky ones who never misses a period?
Unfortunately for millions of women around the world, these situations are very real. They are never taught about “family planning” and contraception, they don’t have access to it, and for some, it’s too expensive.
Thankfully, there are people out there that understand birth control is something all women should be entitled to having. The people at Bedsider.org started a campaign called #THXBirthControl – designed to break down the archaic stigmas attached to contraception and help teens and young women find the right method for them.
Sex toys and pleasure products still remain a controversial topic. Some people are completely turned off and intimidated by the idea because they think using such technology is unnatural or somehow a criticism on their own skills in the bedroom.
Others are totally in favor of anything sex toy related. So much so, they don’t even see using a Magic Wand during sex as kinky.
Valentine’s Day may be notorious for stirring up sometimes-contested feelings, but who would have known the only thing more debated is the actual story behind it?
We all want to feel loved and appreciated, and we want our partners to feel the same way. While we do our best to show our adoration and affection for our partners, a lot more gets lost in translation than we often realize. Sometimes a couple just can’t feel the love, and it’s not for a lack of loving expressions and romantic gestures – it’s simply a language barrier.
It’s so important to learn how our partners receive our love, and vis versa. For so many couples that get into daily squabbles, it can be as simple (and as complicated) as speaking different languages. Not sure what your love language is? Take the quiz now at www.5lovelanguages.com with your partner, and have a fun brainstorming session to work out some different ways you can each express and receive love more easily.