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.
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.
In the dynamic pool of dating and more, it goes without saying no two couples are exactly alike.
Between different interests, goals, temperaments and zodiac signs – it’s a wonder how we’re ever able to wade through the crowds to find a companion who suits our fancy. But for as unique as each of us are, somehow couples often manage to find themselves up against the same relationship ruts.
Self-pleasure, self-love, flicking the bean, jerking off, playing with peter, petting the kitty – yes, I’m talking about good ole masturbation.
There are so many names for the solo act, yet a multitude of people still think of it as their dirty secret. Their secret shame. Personally, I like it’s given name. Although I, too, once felt weird to tell the truth of what happens behind my locked bedroom door, I now proudly proclaim to all that lend their ears that I “Netflix & Chill” with myself on a fairly regular (daily) basis.
Q: DEAR EMILY,
I recently started seeing a guy, and although his penis is magnificent and huge, it’s an even huger problem. I’m a petite woman, and so far sex with him has been very painful. I’ve managed to get through it multiple times, but I’m always incredibly sore afterward.
Is there anything I can do to lessen the pain, or is the fact his penis is too big something I’ll have to get used to?
Penelope, age 22
I’ve gone down a lot of internet rabbit holes full of vitriol, name calling, and ugly debate. It happens to all of us; we click on the bait, open the comments and voila! You’re reading some sick burns and opinions stated as fact. By far the worst of the antagonistic trolling for knee-jerk reactions I’ve encountered has had nothing to do with politics— it is in mommy groups around the subject of circumcision.