As pragmatic men, we like to keep things simple. What you see is what you get, and we say what we mean. And though we strive to be self-sufficient, we sometimes overlook the obvious. For instance, if the only lubricant you own is in your car garage, you’re missing out on better sex, both for you and your partner.
Join us today on part three of our Sexual Alphabet exploration, as we uncover the safety and sexy aspects of gagging your lover, the hedonistic delights of harnesses, and the intrigue of impact play.
These acts all require a bit of safety knowledge, so make sure to take notes before diving in.
It comes without question that our society isn’t at a point where a heterosexual (anyone of any sexual orientation, really) prostate owner can talk about their amazing un-ejaculatory orgasms without fear of a chunk of society hurdling some kind of negativity towards them.
Fall fever has officially arrived, but jack-o-lanterns and PSL’s are far from the only things on tap this season. That’s right! With September at last upon us, it’s that special time of year we’re gearing up and going back to some of the most basic tenants of intimacy.
Today in particular—the overall importance of sex within relationships.
From electrical currents to sex toy chests, nurse costumes to literary erotica, there is so much more to sex than just the old in-and-out.
When you’re used to not showing emotions, it can be hard to deal with when you actually have them.
I’m not talking about general excitement, happiness, sarcasm, or clear annoyance. No, I’m talking about real, deep emotions. Ones like love, empathy, longing, and disappointment in someone close to you.
These feelings already aren’t the easiest to talk about (in a healthy way, at least), but when you’re not used to having them at all –– it’s almost impossible.
Threesomes seem to be all the rage these days.
The world of sex is so vast and diverse, it can be hard to keep up.
Most people are pretty familiar with the heterosexual, cisgender, monogamous model of sex and sexual expression, but there is so much more out there. In honor of getting back to basics, because let’s be honest, we could all use a refresher now and then, we’re bringing you the “ABC’s of Sex” series.
Sadomasochism is the deliciously wicked act of enjoying inflicting or receiving pain, which may or may not involve humiliation (your choice). The (S)adist deals out the torment, which the (m)asochist receives with grace – or with squeals and squirms (consensually).
Oh bodies – where would we be without them?
They help us regulate our internal temperatures and combat disease and infections. We can parkour through city streets in them, touch and feel through billions of nerve cells, and let us experience the all-pleasurable orgasm.