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 lead 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. And please, if you have a question, email me. You know I love to read your smut too! Now, let’s get this party started.
This week, I got a letter from a gal who’s been making a lot of noise in bed….involuntarily. In her freestylin’ naked time, she’s become her own queef beat box. Pfft, pfbtbtbt, pfft. But unfortunately, it’s messing up the sexy flow with her boyfriend. So, I’m going to give this hottie a helping hand on how to play off and prevent a vag fart. Keep reading »
We’ve all read about that so-called dastardly “hugging epidemic” that is sweeping the nation’s youth like The Jitterbug (or oral sex parties) and spurring quick-thinking middle and high schools to ban hugs.
But though we chuckle at the idea that in 2009, school administrators are whipping out the “Keep six inches between you for the Holy Spirit!” line of rhetoric, the Affection Police are actually pretty effed-up. Contrary to what Principal Skinner might have you believe, humans aren’t affectionate just because we like copping a feel—we may have a biological imperative to bond. Keep reading »
Parents! Lock your teenagers in their rooms! Especially the girls! “Good Morning America” has discovered that blow jobs are the new goodnight kiss! All across the country, teenagers are giving head and having sex parties! It’s not just the Catholic high schoolers (who are having anal sex in order to maintain their chastity) we need to pray for; it’s every single pubescent teen who’s figured out that you can have sex using just your mouth!
Sigh. Yet another morning show segment designed to scare the crap out of parents by declaring a “new” trend that’s taking our nation’s youth on a downward spiral toward hell. Teens having oral sex: is it really so new? I was a late bloomer so I didn’t give my first beej until I was 19 (in a stairwell at a bar!), but what about other 20- and 30-something women? Their teenage oral sexploits, after the jump … Keep reading »
Imagine a woman: She has a college degree and a job, she pays for her own house and car, and she’s not intimidated by any man for any reason. She’s smart, independent and strong.
Isn’t it a puzzle, then, that she has sexual fantasies of being dominated?
Actually, researchers say, it makes perfect sense. Keep reading »
Sex comes in waves. For me, it’s either feast or famine. While there seems to be no rhyme or reason for when someone wants to heat my hot pocket up, if memory serves me correctly, I got the most booty back when I was 22. Sigh. That’s the year I was into DJs, rockers, bartenders and pizza guys, aka dudes that are good with their hands and always near alcohol. While I’ve gotten older (and not that much wiser), I’ve never been able to duplicate that sweet year’s record. Boo! But a girl’s gotta have something to look forward to. Fingers crossed that when I’m 46, I’ll get twice as much sexy time as I did when I was 23. And the Daily Mail U.K. is giving me hope, since three out of the five women they surveyed had the best sex after they turned 40. Awesome! What do you think has been your best sex age?
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Remembering to take birth control pills every day at the same time can be a hassle. Buying condoms adds another thing to our pages-long to-do list. Wouldn’t it be nice if there were an effective birth control and STD-preventative in one? Dr. Brij Saxena, a reproductive biology and endocrinology professor at the Weill Cornell Medical College, has developed a vaginal ring that may prevent sexually transmitted HIV and unintended pregnancy because it releases several types of non-hormonal agents and microbicides. The device has proven to prevent HIV infection in laboratory trials, Saxena said, and it could give women the power to protect themselves effectively and conveniently from an unintended pregnancy and HIV, if future clinical trials are successful. Keep reading »
Young love! Ah, so romantic. Like any other bride-to-be Kendra Wilkinson, Playboy model and “Girls Next Door” star, is walking on air. And when asked by People magazine how she’s keeping fit for her big day, the 23-year-old extolled the health benefits of good sex! “A lot of it,” her fiancé, Philadelphia Eagles player Hank Baskett, added.
Really, what else would you expect one of Hugh Hefner’s former “girlfriends” to say? But the girl’s got a point. A healthy sex life—from the deed itself to the messy cleanup afterwards—does a body good in all kinds of ways. Keep reading »
Sex toys are naughty and nice, but some times they’re also downright adorable. These fun adult playthings will have you’ll squealing with delight from both their cute form and sexy function. And as coo-worty as they may be, these adorable vibes do not do double duty as toys for children. Seriously.
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I was never one of those girls who jumped on the pierced belly button bandwagon. In my mind, naval jewelry is in the same family as lower back tattoos and toe rings, which is to say, simply not something I could — or would want to — pull off. But now I’ve discovered something that makes belly button accessories seem as sophisticated and chaste as drinking tea with the queen. For those who can never have enough skin to pierce and orifices to adorn, anal jewelry is the latest addition in a string of “daring accessories you can wear.” Designed for “versatility,” each piece consists of a stainless plug with an interchangeable cap in an assortment of styles and colors. If you’re feeling really frisky, you can even get the ever-popular “horse tail” which fits the plug as well. I’d link to the full detailed image, but in the interest of preserving whatever shred of decency we have left, I’ll just let you use your imagination. Prices start at $105. Keep reading »
One of the current trends on Twitter has users tweeting the three words they wouldn’t like to hear after sex. Personally, any of the following would give me a panic attack: “that was it,” “nice try sucker,” or “that tasted bad.” After the jump, 10 of our faves from Twitter — and add yours in the comments! Keep reading »