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GuySpeak/GirlSpeak: The Anal Debate

Let’s get ready to rumble! Here comes this week’s GuySpeak/GirlSpeak, where we listen carefully to the advice given by the guys over at GuySpeak to women in distress, and then we jump in and agree, disagree, or make fun of them — sometimes all three!

Today’s question is about how to handle a boyfriend who keeps trying to have anal sex and gets pouty when it doesn’t happen. Read more Keep reading »

Men’s Most Embarrassing Thoughts During Sex

Men are proud of their sexual exploits. That’s why we brag about them like idiots. However, during the actual act, some guys are much more uptight than they let on–sometimes uptight enough that they fail to really enjoy the experience.

Here’s a look at some common reasons for male self-consciousness during sex, and what you can do to boost a nervous guy’s ego. Keep reading »

Doin’ It With Dr. V: How To Strip According To Burlesque Bombshell Little Brooklyn

This week, New York’s finest has agreed to let us in on her secrets. Little Brooklyn, the red hot striptease superstar of new burlesque, really puts the hip in hypnotizing! She’s taught me everything I know about dancing your way into someone’s pants and she’s sharing her tips on titillation with you too, after the jump! Keep reading »

Girl Talk: Guys, Keep Your Porno Fantasies To Yourself

“Tell me what you want to do to me,” I cooed in Brandon’s* ear. It was our first time in bed together and I was hoping he would pass my “dirty talk test.” The test is simple. I ask the man what he wants to do to me and he responds with his own special brand of dirty talk. Easy, right? Not always so simple.

It’s easier to get the little head than the big head in the game. But the problem is, I only want to have sex with a man when both heads are present. I want him to understand that my pleasure takes place first in my mind and then in my body. And if he can’t stimulate my mind, he has a very slim chance of stimulating anything on my body. Sure he can fumble his way around and accidentally push a button, but why bother? I know some people don’t like to talk; they just like to “do.” But for me it’s not enough. Keep reading »

Poll: Would You Ever Take “Female Viagra”?

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Doin’ It With Dr. V: 10 Sex Don’ts According To Men

This week I decided to tap some real personal assets: my guy friends. Whenever I need sex advice, I turn to them! This time, I wanted to find out what I may or may not be doing wrong in bed. Hey, they know being friends with a sexy lady like me means they’ll eventually have to divulge the dirty deets on how they like to get down, or in this case, how they don’t. Here’s what these stallions told me they hate during nakey time — uncensored. Keep reading »

How Loud Is Your Lovemaking?

Getting vocal during sex isn’t a crime—unless you live in England and the noises you make are so loud and disturbing, it “constitutes a statutory nuisance.” Keep reading »

Doin’ It With Dr. V: “He Doesn’t Remember Having Sex With Me!”

This week I got a letter from a lady whose man has been stickin’ it to her, even if he doesn’t know how hard he’s been working:

My boyfriend and I just moved in together and we’ve been doing it all the time, including a couple nights ago when he woke me up in the middle of the night to have sex. He started going for it, not me. But the next morning, he didn’t seem to know we had sex. He swears he doesn’t remember it AT ALL. Come on! Is he joking? At first I was like, What does it matter? But really, I’m kinda freaked out. How could he have sex with me and not remember? We did go out drinking with some friends that night, but we didn’t get wasted. I’ve seen him a lot drunker than that! Is he playing a joke on me? I don’t get it. I can’t stop trying to figure out why he’d lie to me. Is it really possible we had sex and he had no idea?

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Kristen Wiig Reads Suzanne Somers’ Sex Poems


“Three’s Company”‘s Suzanne Somers didn’t just fill out a pair of bell bottoms, she also filled a book with her sexy love poems. The blonde bombshell penned some real American classics by putting her own sex life into prose. But shockingly enough, much like her acting, Suzanne’s literary talent has gone unnoticed for decades. Well, that is until “Saturday Night Live”‘s Kristen Wiig resurrected this tome of bootylicious poetry for the New York Comedy Festival’s Celeb Autobiography reading last night. And the “Touch Me” chapter was chock full of horny ’70s life lesson gems like:

“Sometimes I wonder if there’s enough love to go around with all the pain and longing. But one thing is for sure: If anyone has any extra love, even a heartbeat, or a touch or two, I wish they wouldn’t waste it on dogs.”

Deep! Although, we bet the crazy dog massage lady would argue with that! [WOW Report] Keep reading »

Crying After Sex, Really?

On the most recent webisode of NonSociety’s “TMI Weekly” — that’s the internet TV show from ego blogger/”dating expert” Julia Allison and her posse — things got a little weepy. The gals — Julia, Mary, and Meghan — were discussing crying during/after sex and how doing so is “all good, but never fun to deal with.” Julia, who says she’s cried after sex with every guy she’s been in love with at least once, thinks shedding post-coital tears is a good thing because it “signifies an intensity of emotion that you just don’t normally experience” and usually occurs during “the best sex ever.” Meghan disagrees, saying that it could actually signify that the sex was really, really bad. Mary says she’s only cried once during a hookup and that was when a guy she was dating went down on her and finally made her come. I’ll spare you the torture of posting the full episode here, but I cannot resist the topic itself. Crying after sex, really? That’s normal? Keep reading »

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