So, remember how back in December rumors surfaced that Coco was cheating on Ice-T with some rapper dude and she denied it, saying the guy was a fan? Well, that whole scandal isn’t over yet. Rapper AP. 9, the dude she allegedly did it with, is claiming to have a sex tape of his coupling with Coco. According to RumorFix, AP. 9′s reps contacted publicist Kali Bowyer to help him sell pictures and video of Coco for six figures. AP.9 claims to have “various pics, audio and footage of him placing his hand into her private parts, acts of oral sex, doggy style positions with miscellaneous graphic exploits and sexual conduct.” Keep reading »
A few years ago, a favorite subject of conversation in pop culture writing was about Taylor Swift’s perceived “slut shaming” in her songs. Need I remind you of the song “Better Than Revenge,” allegedly directed at the actress Camilla Belle for stealing away Joe Jonas, which includes lyrics like “she’s not what you think, she’s an actress / she’s better known for the things that she does on the mattress”?
Today, the favorite subject of conversation in pop culture writing about Taylor Swift is her long list of boyfriends. Can you name them with me? Joe Jonas, Jake Gyllenhaal, Taylor Lautner, John Mayer, Conor Kennedy, and most recently Harry Styles from One Direction. (Pardon me if I forgot anyone.)
My, how the fickle winds have changed. Keep reading »
Graham Gremore, generous gay man that he is, took the time to answer the five most common questions straight girls have about gay sex. His tutorial includes annalingus, enemas, tops and bottoms versatiles, sluttiness and poop. Yup, I think I’ve asked my gay friends all of these questions in the past. But I certainly learned something from Graham’s video: that gay sex really isn’t all that different from straight sex. Wait, I think I knew that. Butt seriously. I learned that gay men don’t talk about top/bottom preferences. The top usually goes for the condom and the bottom goes for the lube. Interesting. [Gay]
Simply put, I have been boy crazy since elementary school.
Men have always been the ones I kissed, fellated, fucked, Skype-sexed, you name it. All of my sexual experiences and struggles coming to terms with my sexual kinks have involved cisgendered men.
But until recently, there was a side of myself that lay dormant so long it would probably more appropriate to call it “stagnant.” It was a side of myself that I didn’t act upon out of fear of what would happen: the one that had sexual and romantic feelings for women. Keep reading »