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Sex Diary: All I Want For Christmas Is Some Nice, Hot Sex

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 diary@thefrisky.com. All entries will be anonymous. Keep reading »

The Most Ridiculous Penis Stories Of 2009

There are some pretty crazy people out there. A lot of them have penises, and many of those penises have had hilariously insane things happen to them. So, if you’re not planning on eating a salami sandwich for lunch, feast on these nine amazing sausage stories from 2009! Keep reading »

Nothing Says “I Love You” Like A Million-Dollar, Platinum And Diamond Vibrator

Guys, for the holidays this year, why blow your wad on an engagement ring when you can put your money where your mouth should be? Show your lady that you are committed to her pleasure and worship her vagina with a platinum and diamond vibrator. Australian jeweler Colin Burn’s plans to make “the most luxurious [and most expensive] sexual product in the world.” Why? “I find the jewelry industry stuffy and conservative. I want to be the jeweler who is not afraid to let go,” he said. He’s creating 10 platinum vibrators, each one encrusted with 1,500 diamonds. Burns is no stranger to luxury sex toys. He has a line of high-end products, including a $38K platinum dildo with 400 pave-diamonds and a handle made of conkerberry wood (it would be too easy to make a joke here) and an $8K white gold dildo studded with diamonds and one large, white pearl at its apex. It comes with a matching earring and necklace set. Perfect for the vagina that has everything. [Forbes] Keep reading »

Breaking News: Casual Sex Won’t Ruin Your Life!

Breaking news! Hooking up won’t lead to ruination, death by AIDS, and a locust plague. A recent study by University of Minnesota School of Public Health found young adults who had casual sex were in a no worse emotional state than ones who had sex in committed relationships.

Researchers spoke to 1,311 young adults between the ages of 18 and 24 about their last sexual encounter and found that the one-fifth who last had casual sex and the four-fifths all felt emotionally similar afterward. “We were so surprised,” said Marla Eisenberg, an assistant professor at UM. “The conventional wisdom is that casual sex, ‘friends with benefits,’ and hooking up is hurtful. That’s what we’ve been teaching kids for decades.”

Obvi. That’s because conventional wisdom is crap. Keep reading »

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 »

Most Parents Suck At Talking About The Birds And The Bees

Maybe you have kids and are already dreading having to talk to them about sex. Or maybe you’re still trying to recover from that super uncomfortable conversation with your own parents. Seriously, is there any way the experience cannot be traumatic for all parties involved? A new study proves what we always knew about our parents; they suck at talking about the birds and bees. The sad stats say that more than 40 percent of teens surveyed in the study had already started doing it before their sheepish parents broached the issue. Forty-two percent of girls reported that they had not discussed birth control and 40 percent admitted they had not talked with their parents about how to refuse sex. And about 70 percent of boys said they had not discussed how to use a condom. OK, that’s scary bad. No wonder teen pregnancies and STDs are increasing at an alarming rate. [Time]

After the jump, some ladies share their “sex talk stories.” Here’s hoping that we can do a waaay better job than our parents. Keep reading »

Sex Diary: Road Trip To See A Friend (With Benefits)

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 diary@thefrisky.com. All entries will be anonymous. Keep reading »

New Pap Smear Recommendations Could Increase STDs Among Black Teens

Going to the gynecologist is never a pleasant experience, but most responsible women suck it up at least once a year to have an annual pap smear. The new pap smear recommendations say women should delay getting their first test until they’re 21, regardless of whether they’re sexually active. But for some women, the pap and fear of developing cervical cancer were the only reasons they went to the doctor in the first place, and once they were in the stirrups, their doctor could examine them for signs of STDs. The new pap guidelines mean a whole generation, mainly teens, will be unlikely to get tested for STDs and STIs as they begin having sex. Black teens are especially at risk; find out why after the jump. Keep reading »

Quick Pic: Keep It In Your Socks

A sign at the University of Michigan reminds students that “semen related costs” run into the thousands every year (and that’s not even counting all those semen-related babies born every year). “Please masturbate in your own room” the sign reads (preferably into your own sock and not your roommate’s). [via BuzzFeed] Keep reading »

Work That Pole, Dude


And you thought all strippers were women. Think again! The dudes are no shrinking violets when it comes to climbing up ye olde stripper pole. At the World Pole Dancing Competition in Tokyo, men and women mounted the brass rail to show off their best barely clad aerial acrobatics. This was the first year that men had their own division at the competition, and women came from around the world to compete in their division. While exotic dancing in gentlemen’s clubs involves nudity and sometimes raunch, “The only ‘x’ in the sport is exercise,” asserts the narrator in this video of contenders. So, what’s the difference between male pole dancers and female dancers? No stripper shoes. Keep reading »

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