I had kinky sex long before I knew that what I was doing had a name. But establishing an ethical and consensual base without even being able to name what was happening was challenging, to say the least. Here is a great tip for learning about BDSM and enjoying your kinks fully and safely.
Anal sex is, it seems, still a bit of a no go. Quite literally. Whenever it gets mentioned in a conversation with friends someone will inevitably shriek and cry “But it huuurts!”. Of course it can hurt. Almost everything can, right? But it doesn’t have to. And for those happy to give it a go, maybe butt plugs are the way forward.
There has been quite a lot of talk on consent in the media lately. In my eyes, most of the debate around consent focus on the wrong angle. We shouldn’t just be aiming for consent, we should be looking for willing and enthusiastic participation.
Although it’s fair to assume that most of us like to be pounded from time to time, sex doesn’t always have to be about penetration. If you want to spice things up without literally going deep, here are a few tips to maximise your pleasure.
This award-winning sex blogger and writer created a persona who speaks about her very personal sex experiences, and has gained thousands of virtual readers. Now she has written her second novel, narrating her journey from a convinced promiscuity into a functional monogamous happiness.
Gaspar Noé’s sexually-explicit drama, Love was crudely marketed to us a couple of years ago now, through illicit posters, talk of real sex scenes and the promise of 3D cum shots. Noé even said of the film that he hopes “guys will have erections and girls will get wet”. With the arrival of Love more recently on our humble Netflix screens, is the film about more than its graphic shock factor? And does it deliver without the 3D gimmick?