A shout out to RoyalEagle0408 who sent me this Atlantic article, The Sex Lives of Conjoined Twins, which endeavors to answer some of the questions the TLC show “Abby & Brittany” failed to touch upon. In a British documentary about conjoined twins Abby and Brittany Hensel twins, which aired a couple of years back, there was mention of Brittany being engaged. The promise of learning about the twins’ love/sex lives was what initially motivated me to watch their TLC series.
My questions were endless: If the twins have sex with a guy, is it considered a threesome? If they masturbate is it considered incestuous? Do both of them have to approve of a sex partner? If a partner touches one genital does the other feel it? And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. I stopped watching “Abby & Brittany” after a few episodes when it became clear that anything having to do with sex wasn’t going to be addressed and that the most titillating bits I would see would involve Abby and Brittany riding Segways and eating pizza. (No mention of what happened when they digested that pizza.) Keep reading »
My mom never read erotica (that I know of) when I was growing up, but on a recent trip home I spotted a copy of Fifty Shades of Grey in the back seat of her car.
“Mom, I can’t believe you’re reading that!” I screamed.
“I just read it for the sex,” she said, matter-of-factly.
Twilight fanfiction/S&M erotic novel Fifty Shades of Grey has struck a nerve not just with my mom but, with millions of woman around the world. The Fifty Shades phenomena has led to endless articles about women’s sex lives and how men should buy things that go thwack in sex shops. Apparently even Oprah likes to read the series in the bathtub? (I don’t need to know.) Keep reading »
Sex scandals have been going on forever and they’ve always involved women. But when they’ve involved famous females, the public has become more voracious for details. Before there were paparazzi photos or leaked sexts on the internet for immediate consumption, there were racy,hand-written love letters and salacious tales printed newspapers or spread by good old fashioned word-of-mouth. Click through to learn more about some of the most famous female sex scandals throughout history.
Sexually, I am neither conservative nor incredibly kinky. I like to think of myself as an open-minded chick who will try almost anything once. I don’t know what you all are doing in the bedroom, but I’m going to assume, based on conversations with friends, and the occasional reading of Dan Savage’s column, that I fall somewhere in the middle of the spectrum when it comes to sexual experimentation. Even though I’m down to try new things, sometimes, I surprise myself with what sexual territory I’m willing to venture into, given the right circumstances. After the jump, a few things I never expected to try in the bedroom and enjoy. Keep reading »
Maybe I’m missing something here because I can’t read Japanese, but this sex guide from the 1960s is confusing the crap out of me. What’s up with the mannequin man? You can see more unhelpful depictions here, including how to finger bang a belly button. [Buzzfeed]
“She’s still naughty in sexual ways. I mean this is not exactly an Angel of Mercy.”
– Brad Pitt inexplicably blabbing about his sex life with Angelina Jolie in the New York Post. We know Angie is kinky, but this is the first time he’s indicated — that “angel of mercy” comment — that she might be the more dominant one in bed. (Which, if Brad Pitt is into that, would certainly explain why his marriage to Jennifer Aniston fizzled out. I can’t really imagine her getting her Christian Grey on.) Anyway, these two lovebirds need to stop gushing about their amazeballs sex life publicly — their kids are old enough to read! No child wants that mental image. [NY Post] [Photo: WENN]