There’s no sex like beginning-of-a-relationship sex. The anticipation. The exploring. The grabbing your new lover as soon as they walk in the door, throwing them onto the kitchen table and banging their brains out with the fervor of a Greek god and the enthusiasm of Rush Limbaugh on an anti-Hillary tirade after a three day coke binge. (Apologies if your lover’s face is replaced by Rush’s chubby mug next time you’re going at it … ). Keep reading »
Kristin Davis, a New York madam whose clients included Lov Gov Eliot Spitzer, weighs on what she thinks celebrities would be worth if they were to leave behind their careers as thespians and take up working as call girls. Find out her top ten picks for celebrity escorts after the jump. Keep reading »
Men’s Health mag surveyed sex positions around the globe. Although, no nasty move is indigenous to one area because we all universally get freaky! Well, here’s what they found rocked people’s worlds in different areas:
India: The Fusion
When I think of fusion, either nuclear or pan-Asian flare comes to mind. But this is a dish best served hot. He leans back, you sit on top, facing him, and lean back too. Make sure you bend your knees and pump away with a full view of all the crotch action!
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A study published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine reports that sexually unsatisfied women who practiced mindfulness and yoga reported improved levels of arousal and desire, as well as better orgasms. Why not try following along with a yoga podcast today? It could have you saying “om” all night long. [LiveScience] Keep reading »
Eurythmics star Dave Stewart has created a $2,000 vibrator. You’re probably thinking, “What kind of effing vibrator costs that kind of money?” It’s called the “Little Steel Tonight” vibrator, so we guess it doesn’t offer much besides a satin finish, a row of 28 diamonds and promotion for Stewart’s latest solo song. We’re not really sure what satin finish means. We thought all vibrators were supposed to be smooth, especially ones in shape of a bullet. This sex toy is also meant to be worn, hence the diamonds. The makers have threaded a leather chord through the cap and there’s also a custom guitar pick attached to the chord. Why anyone would want to use a vibrator that had been worn all day is beyond us. The chorus from Stewart’s song encircles the bullet, also. Plus, you can download the song for free after purchasing the vibrator. Yay! [Via Dlisted] Keep reading »
Sometimes I wish I was a virgin. OK, maybe that’s going too far, but lately I’ve been feeling like the sluttiest girl in New York, or at least whatever room I happen to be in. It’s not because I’m ashamed of my sexual past — I truly believe that everyone I’ve slept with, from one night-stands to relationships to threesomes, has made me who I am today. Keep reading »
Dirty talk is an acquired taste. Like oysters, or caviar. Sure, maybe at first bite, dirty talk can seem a little awkward, even unsavory to some. But like a kalamata olive, it grows on you. And soon enough you’re ordering Greek salads like it’s your job and dirty talking like you never owned a copy of Emily Post’s Etiquette. I am not criticizing such behavior. Something about glass houses and stones and throwing them. I dirty talk. I like it. I do it all the time. I want to hear it. There. I said it. As cleanly as I know how. Keep reading »
The Jonas Brothers may lose their virginity sooner than they had planned — and maybe they’ll make some Jonas Bastard Babies while they’re at it. A recent federal study has discovered that teens who pledge virginity until marriage are just as likely to have premarital sex as those who don’t promise to wait until they’ve got a ring on it. They’re also much more likely to screw without condoms and other forms of birth control. “Taking a pledge doesn’t seem to make any difference at all in any sexual behavior,” said study author Janet E. Rosenbaum of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. “But it does seem to make a difference in condom use and other forms of birth control that is quite striking.” In fact, the number of students who reported condom use during sex was about 10 percent lower for those who had taken the pledge. Keep reading »
Hi, I’m Dr. V. I’m not a real doctor, I just play one on the Internet. What I am is a lady, a lady who is a fool for love! And I love nothing more than sex. My deepest desires have happily led me on many adventures in the sack, but they have also, sadly, made me one of my gyno’s most valuable players. But I’ve lived to tell the tale(s)! So, from time to time, I will dish the dirt on everything from getting freaky to getting freaked out. Now, let’s get this party started…
Despite the big fuss made over virginity and sex, studies have show that 70-75% of women do NOT orgasm from vaginal intercourse. That leaves about a quarter of women who can and some people attribute that to the G-spot. Now, there are a lot of haters who will tell you the G-spot is like Narnia or a UFO — a myth, an orgasmic tall tale. Helen O’Connell in 1998 theorized that it’s just an extension of the clitoris — although, at least she believes there’s something there. Shockingly enough, so little research has been done on the vag, it is practically like Area 51. Back in 2001, the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology published, “the evidence is far too weak to support the reality of the G-spot.” In 2006, the Journal Of Sexual Medicine said in 101 vaginal biopsies they didn’t find a single particular erogenous zone. Surprisingly, but in fact, the “G-spot” isn’t even an accepted part of the female anatomy according to the medical community. Pfft! While these academics can argue over its existence, anyone who has ever had sex with me can tell you there is no denying it! And in 2008, aray of proof/hope from researchers in Italy shined a light on the G-spot’s location and power. Listen up: the G-spot is NOT the sexual version of Santa Claus. It really does exist!
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Get out your day planners and your red pens, ladies, the Orgy for Peace has been canceled! The sex festival, which was supposed to take place on National Orgasm Day (TK) in Israel, has been called off by organizers after they received threats and increased public pressure. The orgy was organized by the Raelian movement, a UFO religion whose followers believe humankind was created by aliens — not to be confused with Scientology, FYI — and had planned to include people of all sexual orientations, so long as they were over 18 years old age. The orgy’s intent? “To try and bring world peace through mass orgasm, this by experiencing consensual sex and natural, uninterrupted pleasure.” Mmm-kay. Unfortunately, I can’t actually tell you which date to cross off on your calendar, because there’s some conflicting info. I can’t figure out if this orgy was supposed to happen on Dec. 21 or this coming Jan. 20. Can anyone tell me which day the world won’t be orgasming in unison so I can cross it off in my calendar?! [Huffington Post] Keep reading »