Men and women, scientists and gynecologists—heck just about everyone in the world—love to ponder the existence of the mythical (or for some of us women, not so mythical) small, bean-shaped erogenous zone in our vaginas purported to generate the Shangri-la of all orgasms. Like Bigfoot, unicorns, fairies or aliens, there have been massive heated debates by skeptics and believers about the actuality of this little patch of skin. The latest G-spot study, conducted at King’s College in London, concludes that the G-spot is nothing but a dream. After polling 900 pairs of twins, they concluded that the existence of the magic bean is subjective—as in it exists if we believe it does. Thanks for the demystification, guys! [Newser] Keep reading »
Welcome to the Frisky “Sex Diary,” in which an anonymous person shares the details of her sex life over the course of a few days. Sometimes these entries are filled with revealing romps, while other times there is nary a naked moment in sight. Some of these diarists are frequent contributors. Want to share a page from your sex diary? Email email@example.com. All entries will be anonymous. Keep reading »
I admire Cosmopolitan‘s determination. I do. Each and every month they try and find brand-new ways to pleasure your man — and while they do manage to come up with some sexual innovations, most of them are nothing new. And those that are? Well, they’re typically spectacularly bad or bizarre. Remember when they suggested tying back your hair with your thong before giving him a blowie? Or when they tried to make grape handjobs happen?
In the February issue, Cosmo has 99 quick and easy ways to spice up things in the sack and, I admit, a few impressed me. Like #54: “During missionary sex, place your feet on his chest with your legs crossed to create an extra snug grip.” I am going to try this and will report back. But, as usual, many of the tips were just plain WTF. After the jump, 10 sex tips from Cosmo that are so silly, I suggest you ignore them.
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Neon couples going at it turn more than just the lights on. And, let me tell you, nothing says “do me” to a “Miami Vice” fan quite like these Kama Sutra advertisements/mood lighting. All you gotta do to make it work for you is plug the lights into your USB port. Voila, they’ll illuminate your sexual advances! [Kama Lights, $30, Novelty Gift Co.] Keep reading »
Wait, men fake orgasms?! According to Elizabeth Black of AlterNet.org, they do for more than one reason, but they all stem from one place: machismo. Men supposedly want to convey that they’re in a constant state of being ready to ravish you and worry that they’ll seem unmanly if they try to get out of making whoopie with something like the old headache routine. Depending on which set of experts you talk to, the percentage of real men who have lied to their partners about hitting the big O ranges from 11 percent to 25 percent. Really?! But how do men pretend to make the money shot? It’s actually not that hard. Look, we don’t know what winds up in that condom and even if you’re not using protection, it’s not like you’re gushing spunk afterward. Apparently, guys are even trickier than we thought! Before we lady folk get all huffy and insulted, let’s hear what the gentlemen have to say about why they fake it.
Apparently, there are more than a few adult movie send-ups of the Tiger Woods sex scandal in the works. There’s the oh-so-cleverly titled “Tiger’s Wood,” Vivid’s upcoming Woods homage featuring one of the golf star’s former mistresses, and now the inevitable “Tiger’s Got Wood.” Starring Jonny Slim as Tiger and Diana Doll as Elin, the X-rated golf extravaganza features a bevy of illicit acts shot on putting greens, “Elin” hitting “Tiger” over the head with a plate, and probably a lot of “driver” jokes. Poor, poor Tiger. [TigersGotWoodMovie.com] Keep reading »
This goes under the category of “What is happening to sex?”
Having recently read a curious post on the blog Why Women Hate Men, I have decided to take on the topic of the clitoris, oral sex, and some men’s obtuseness as it concerns this prized activity technically known as cunnilingus (a name that I once gave a puppy and, sadly, it stuck).
The post lacerated a 19-year-old guy in Las Vegas for writing a personal ad promising to bring delight to all whom responded to his free offer for unparalleled oral sex (his assessment). There was only one exception — “smelly ugly girls” need not apply. Ah, a man of such discernment. Keep reading »
First of all, I just have to say that I am not the kind of girl that makes out with strangers. Whatever kind of girl that is.
On a Tuesday morning in late February, I took this particular train to a job interview in Camden. And in black stilettos and a waistcoat that displayed my assets to best effect, I also took the train back home. While waiting on the platform a tall, dark, and exceptionally well-dressed man stands next to me.
“Excuse me? I want to go to Green Park. Is this the right train?” Keep reading »
If the sex scene in “Avatar” disappointed you, you’re not alone. James Cameron spent a quarter of a billion dollars on special effects, but there wasn’t even a hint of damn Na’vi peen. (Apparently, they screw by sticking their tails together?) Zoe Saldana, the actress who played Neytiri, has a little explanation:
“…Because [Cameron] was shooting for a PG-13 rating, we couldn’t move in certain directions. The motion would look a little too past the PG-13 rating standards. So it was really funny for Sam [Worthington] and me. We had a lot of giggles there.”
Fortunately, Saldana hinted we might get what we’re looking for in an unrated, special-edition DVD.
But let’s not forget there were an awful lot of curse words in “Avatar,” as well as bombings, death and cruelty. This is America today, folks: 13-year-olds can watch a movie with a lot of colonialist carpetbombing and S-bombs, but no Na’vi sex. [New York Magazine] Keep reading »