Mention the term “squirting” and most men will admit that it’s something they’d die to witness (or be the cause of). Every now and then you’ll get a squeamish guy who would much rather have a threesome with two lesbians, or an edgier dude who’s into watching women get fucked with octopus tentacles, but for the most part, female ejaculation ranks high on the Supreme Male Fantasy List. There’s a reason why squirting porn is so popular!
But looking at the phenomenon from a female perspective, it induces more panic than anything else. Unless you’re a natural born squirter, in which case you probably spend time bragging about it on the internet (rightfully so) or running workshops where you teach the rest of our dry vaginas how to release our amrita. Right. As if it’s as easy as following a pie recipe. Whisk two dashes of vibrating g-spot stimulation, a cup relaxation and two tablespoons of love. Put in the bedroom for 20 minutes and voila! She’s climaxing like a garden hose! That’s not so much how it works. Below, some real fears we have about this whole female ejaculation thing. Maybe if we get over them, we can release the sacred fluid. Keep reading »
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It’s been brought to my attention by the couple conspicuously making out on Julie’s subway, the now infamous Lollapalooza finger banging pair (pictured above) and the viral video of the week which features a kid in the park standing nearby while his parents fuck that some couples don’t know what’s socially acceptable when it comes to PDA. Actually, it hasn’t just been brought to my attention. I’ve known this for a long time — since my first job as a hostess at Chili’s when I found two people doing it on booth. My reaction was to start crying. I was 16, so I forgive myself for that reaction. That was 20 years ago, so this compendium has truly been a long time in the making. But — deep breath — I can avoid it no longer. Below are some guidelines for displaying affection in public so that it’s not gross/weird/annoying to others. Keep reading »
When it comes to what women find erotic, really, anything goes. There’s the regular stuff — kissing, touching, oral sex, sex, erotica or porn. Easy to talk about! It really turns me on when you put your mouth on my vagina. And then there’s the grittier stuff, but still fairly standard — dirty talk, sex toys, light bondage, butt play. Edgier, but still completely approachable. I want you to tie me up and fuck me in the ass. But then there are those other things that turn us on, that we can hardly explain, that may even make us feel uncomfortable. Like when you’re spelunking through the bowels of the internet and you find a picture of naked, male conjoined twins and you start to get aroused and you’re just kind of like, Why the hell is this making me want to diddle myself? You’re not exactly going to tell your friends about it, or even your partner. Can you imagine? Hey honey, I was thinking we would try some conjoined twin play tonight. No way. Below, a number of women shared their weirdest, most bizarre turn-ons. You know, the ones that they would never admit to anyone, except millions of anonymous strangers online. Keep reading »
If you haven’t had a chance to watch Sundance Channel’s “Push Girls”, a series about four paralyzed women living in Los Angeles, you should probably do that right away. It’s riveting to hear these women talk so candidly about their experiences being wheelchair bound. You get to follow them through their lives, loves and personal struggles as they explore new romances and their sexuality. Because viewers have been so curious about these ladies’ sex lives, author Paula Froelich wrote a “Push Girls” sex guide based on insider info form Tiphany, Mia, Auti and Angela. After the jump, from using protection to having sex in a Hoyer Lift to some myths and mysteries about having sex with disabilities that the “Push Girls” want to dispel. Keep reading »
There are as many ways to have sex as there are people in the world, which of course is incorrect, and I can back that statement up in no way whatsoever. I’d say maybe there are as many ways to have sex as there are Pokemon. That could be reasonable. So there’s a lot, but not like an insane, unbelievable amount. That said, for all the ways there are to have sex, there’s an equal number of ways to ruin that sex, intentionally or otherwise; blunders that just make the whole situation a wash. Rarely do you ever legitimately want to give up on sex when it starts, but sometimes you must.
I wrote not too long ago about awkward situations that make you feel like a dick, and backtracking sex was the first entry, but clearly the entire subject deserves more depth, as some people went so far as to disagree with me that it was even a thing that ever needs to happen. Let me assure you it’s certainly a thing that needs to happen, and for more reasons than the hygiene and/or insanity examples I used in that article.
1. Dirty Talk Mishap. According to a survey conducted by a sex toy manufacturer, 80 percent of people enjoy the use of dirty talk during sex. Of course, that’s 80 percent of people who do surveys conducted by sex toy manufacturers, so we have to assume that, in the population at large, the number is somewhat lower. Read more on Cracked…
The funniest part about hook-up games, aside from the obvious, is that they typically commence at an age you aren’t really “hooking-up” much at all. At least not to the point where these games can really get interesting. Not that a good make out isn’t, arguably, the best thing ever.
Although, let’s be honest: these days hook-up games are likely not even being played by today’s youth anymore. In fact, I’d be shocked if anyone under the age of 21 has even heard of most of these. Not that I blame them, it’s a different era — who needs a riveting match of spin the bottle when you can just hop on Tinder or Adult Friend Finder?
Well, for now we’re going to forget this digital age, and the borderline disturbing ease in which it enables getting booty. Instead, we’re going relive the glory days of literally being tongue tied due to nerves with these seven games from the past … some may even call it seven minutes of heaven. And by some, I mean no one born in the ’90s.
1. Truth or Dare. Of all sexual games out there, this one is probably the only one that will continue to stand the test of time. Perhaps that’s because of it’s overwhelming versatility — from making someone run down the block naked to getting your friend to admit his secret crush, there’s really no end to the hijinks that can ensue. Read more on YourTango…
Having a partner with ejaculation problems is the best thing that ever happened to my sex life. He’s the love of my life and a passionate Duracell bunny of a lover who just keeps going until I’m satisfied, and (obviously, right?) I have no problems with my man’s inability to cum.
But while I’m writhing around with a satisfied smile of ecstasy at the end of another steamy marathon sex session, he worries he’s not a real man — and a quick search of Google shows he’s not the only one. There are no less than 182 million results for “I can’t ejaculate.” But despite this being a common problem there’s surprisingly little information out there about how to increase the chances of him climaxing.
With that in mind, my partner and I embarked on some (practical) research, and here are some tried and tested tips that should get even the most resistant of penises blowing their loads before you can say “baby wipe.” Keep reading »
Amazon describes the little-known (thank God!) 1999 self-help book, The Rules For Getting Laid: Get The Sex You Want as an “outrageous, hilarious, politically incorrect book shows men the boneheaded mistakes they make in seducing women” and tells “readers the secrets no one else will have the guts to speak!” Well, that was putting it kindly. The Village Voice dug up a copy of the out-of-print book and combed through the pages for useful tips from authors David Graff and Ray Schwartz (two men who clearly have never gotten laid). Spoiler: there weren’t any. But there are plenty of super offensive, misogynistic, bordering on stalker-ish/rape-y pieces of sex advice to get whipped up about. Let’s do that, shall we? After the jump, the worst, most awful, most WTF sex advice from the book that promises: “Feminist women and men will try to ban or burn this book!” Burn, burn, burn! Keep reading »
I know what you’re thinking. Amelia, I’m pretty sure that all I need to watch porn are my eyes and a finger to press play. Sure, if you’re an amateur. There’s a wrong way to do things, a right way to do things, and then a better way to do things. This is the better way to watch porn. Keep reading »