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?
The name stands for "costume play" and simply means donning a costume and assuming the role of a fictional character. But if any of you has ever seen pictures from a cosplay convention - people elaborately dressed as manga characters, superheroes or what-have-you - you'll probably guess that it takes a bit more time and effort than your average carneval-get up.
The first point in this article gotta be: Do NOT take advice from Gwyneth Paltrow. With her v-steaming, and "jade eggs" and what have you. That lady has got a lot of time and money to spare which, as we all know, doesn't buy you common sense. And common sense - really - is all you need when it comes to a happy vagina.
Like people, orgasms come in many different shapes and sizes. One of my favourite things to do post-act, lingering fondles aside, is to take inventory of my orgasms: a poetic guide to the climactic spice of life.