The vagina. A sex organ. A woman’s genitalia. It is one of the very few things in existence that garners universal obsession of the masses. Its reputation is unmatched in its complexity.
Some regard it as the holy grail of every prepubescent male. Some seek its amity for the entirety of their lives. Others call it the Rubick’s cube of life.
It is the tunnel traveled by new life at birth. A ubiquitous symbol of strength and femininity. It is the anatomical emblem for women across the world. Beautiful, mysterious, pleasurable and perfect.
There are many things the vagina IS. But lest we forget, let us remind ourselves, there are many more things the vagina is NOT:
You might be wondering “what is ‘phimosis?” The word kind of sounds like a sneeze. Well, it isn’t – it is a medical condition affecting uncircumcised males and is related to the ability to pull the foreskin of the penis back behind the glans.
While phimosis is a relatively rare condition, it is a very real one that can take a toll on your sex life, and it can be difficult to discuss if you suffer from it. It isn’t the sexiest subject, but for many, it’s a real part of life.
If you or a partner suffers from phimosis, educating yourself medically is important. This blog will break down the details of phimosis from causes to prevention and everywhere in between!
I interviewed my straight, socially conservative, most would say uptight roommate about his perception of sex work before writing this blog. His answers startled me. When he thinks of sex work he envisions back alleys and dark rooms– bad massages with “happy” endings performed by people against their will. It was bleak.
Whether this is a negative perpetuation by the media or remnants of puritans at Plymouth Rock, this blog is here to dispel these ideas, lift this stigma, and talk about safe, consensual sex work. Continue Reading
Experiencing and processing trauma is one of the hardest things we do as humans. Sexual trauma is an incredibly difficult thing to move past whether or not you’re in a relationship. Of course, having these conversations with sexual and romantic partners can be incredibly difficult.
Whether you’ve experienced it, or are dating someone who has, knowing how to navigate sexual trauma in relationships is an important way to make everyone feel safe and secure as you’re getting steamy. Continue Reading
These days it’s natural to need a moment to turn off the lights, tune into the computer, and pretend — even just for five minutes — that you’re not living through a global pandemic. And a great way to help that fantasy along is, drumroll please… Porn!
With COVID-19 scaring the begeezus out of all of us, stress has an even greater impact on us these days. As if we didn’t already have job-related stress, financial stress, relationship drama, or health-related stress, now we have a fast-spreading virus to worry about. If you have been able to effectively “Quarantine and Chill” at home– good for you.
Read this article to help you learn more about what a sexual stress response is and how to get into that sexy space regardless of your sexual stress response.
Grab your “quarantini” and read on!
Although it feels great, there’s no denying that sex isn’t always the cleanest act. And with everyone’s germ-awareness at a heightened state, it’s probably a good time for a brush up on sexual hygiene.
You get sweaty, are dealing with bodily fluids, and sometimes you have the rest of a day to jump into afterward!
Which means no matter what your relationship status is, staying on top of your intimate hygiene isn’t just a suggestion—it’s a requirement.
Given the current times, staying healthy has never been more important. But in addition to making your doctor proud, optimal health can give your sex life a boost while at it!
By now we all should know that certain aspects of wellness have a direct impact on sexual performance.
So in an effort to keep both your body and your sex life in tip-top shape, here are some of the biggest physical factors to help hack your way to better intimacy:
Right now it may feel like the world outside our window is a little too much. The novel Coronavirus is a global issue, and with the WHO and CDC suggesting to stay indoors, it’s a perfect time to catch up on some self-love or quarantine with a partner.
As a preface, be sure to stay hydrated, get plenty of rest, disinfect your living space, and avoid large groups.
So if you’re staying in, here are some fun, creative, and sexy ways to occupy your time indoors.
When I say I am a “BDSM coach,” people often respond with wide-eyed surprise. Of course the titillation is there when people hear “BDSM”, especially thanks to 50 Shades. But I think it is mainly because “BDSM” screams “kinky, unconventional naughty sex” to people.
There are many aspects of BDSM that do not include sexual contact at all. Some activities are also what I would consider “sex adjacent”. This means there is no sexual genital contact, but there might be some sexual allure/arousal occurring.
This article provides some examples of the glorious non-sexual aspects of BDSM.