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Who is Piper Blush

Piper Blush is a Canadian author and entrepreneur. Currently writing an extremely controversial book, trying to answer a question that has nagged her for years – are women happier being submissive?

She documents her experiments on female behavior through many art forms such as articles, short films, photos and special projects, that she shares on her site.

While Piper Blush considers herself a feminist, her unorthodox views have been causing concern among her peers.

 About The Book

Piper Blush’s contentious book “What Makes Women Happy” challenges one of the most fundamental creeds of modern feminism: that the only differences in men and women’s preferences are due to social upbringings.

It is Piper’s experience that women feel much more empowered and satisfied when nurturing and being able to take care of their partners and loved ones. She explicitly tells that she lives a much happier life by focusing on her femininity and playing with her strengths.

Why to Become A Curator

Curators, by making a Pledge, allow Piper to elaborate on the theory that submissive women are happier, by documenting her experiments through art that she shares on her site.

Choose one of the 3 Pledges and receive your corresponding Key; Bronze, Silver, or Gold. The more prestigious the Key, the more doors it opens.

As a Curator, you hold a key that unlocks The Piper Blush Experiment.

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Why Woman Should be Submissive to be Happy

She’s clear that this has nothing to do with being second-class and losing all the great progress done up to the 21st century. It’s very important that women feel like they have the freedom to choose to the lifestyle they want to, but she feels that we’ve gone too far in the other direction, by trying to force women to assume roles that they don’t necessarily want to have.

Equality doesn’t mean sameness; as Piper says in her book, “When a man invites me to an expensive restaurant, I always let him pay the bill, but return the favor later on, like cooking him breakfast or cleaning around the house. The interplay makes it a lot more exciting.”

There’s an entire chapter on how relationships can be much more rewarding when both partners’ roles are complementary, rather than blindly splitting every role. Piper says that there’s nothing wrong or demeaning about being more traditionally feminine and submissive.

What Kind of Porn Do Women Watch!

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Did you know that the female Pornhub population is around 24 percent! From this map, I have to say most women like to watch lesbian porn. Can you blame them 😉 It seems like they are distinctiveness between some cultures regarding there preferences in porn. As you can see, women from the Africa prefer Ebony and women from East Asia loves Hentai. I guess if you are into anal, you can relate to the women in Russia.

So why do women over the world prefer lesbian porn? Vice talked to three women from the UK, to find out. Here is what Steph 26 had to say to Vice:

I watched porn for the first time when I was probably about 13 or 14 on the laptop my whole family used. I assume they must have been out of the house, but who knows? Maybe I was into the risk?

I used to watch a lot of lesbian porn and “mainstream” stuff, but I don’t any more, and I’m also really put off by anything that looks too fake or where the women don’t look like they’re having a good time – basically the “30 minutes of blow jobs and one solid thrust in the vagina and she’s come” stuff. Now, the porn star has to kind of look like me and kind of be having the type of sex I’m having in real life, or would like to experiment with in real life. I assume this is because I’m a bit more self and sex positive than I was when I was a teenager and know what I want a bit more. If I want a quickie, it’s always a guy going down on a girl.

At the moment I prefer POV porn and a bit of dirty talk and mild BDSM… plus, I’m quite into interracial porn. I’m really not into anal at all because it all just looks a bit painful. Also, I don’t like fake boobs; I find jiggly boobs a turn-on, so solid ones put me right off.

 

Text inspired from Vice!

 

 

 

 

 

Coming Out Like A Porn Star!

Jiz Lee, Coming Out Like a Porn Star

Jiz Lee, Coming Out Like a Porn Star

Have you hear of this amazing book? It was written by the famous pornstar  Jiz Lee!

Here’s the story behind the book!

Five years ago I decided to stop keeping my work in porn a secret from my family. After all, I have nothing to be ashamed about! I asked my peers for advice and heard the most incredible range of ‘coming out’ stories. Thinking “This would make a powerful book,” I began a call for submissions, sought out publishing advice, solicited stories from performers, and landed a book deal!

COMING OUT LIKE A PORN STAR is now a tangible, physical thing that can be touched (the cover is surprisingly soft and beckons to be stroked) and the pages are screaming to be flipped through and dog eared. (I love a well-worn book.)

I’m also grateful to performers who declined to submit a story because it was too risky, or chose to publish anonymously or under a pen name. It reaffirmed the book’s importance even in the final stages of publication.

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Asking To Use A Condom, Still Taboo!

 

Why Condoms?

Durex’s campaign is trying to encourage people to use condoms in this brillant ad. When we are in the heat of the moment, sometimes our desires are just more powerful than our will. Many are ashamed of asking their partner to use a condom. There is a lack of confidence from both genders, it comes with the fear of being rejected or to be perceived as not cool.

Lets not forget that condoms are not only made to prevent pregnancies, but it seems like the fear of a child is often more disturbing to people than the fear of getting a sexually transmitted disease. That is why many people loose the condom rapidly, when the woman tells the man she is using a contraceptive or is not ovulating.

Do you have a rubber?

There is also the issue-who should cary the condoms? Even if the female condom is available in many drug stores, it is more expensive than the male condom. Its not a widespread product, making harder to find and to use.

That leaves us with the male condom. As much as men find it uncomfortable, it is the safest way so far! The condom is as efficient as the way you use it. The usage of male condoms is well known, even by women, making it the safest way. Two brains are always better than one, even to slip on a rubber.

Responsibilities!

Women should carry condoms, if they think of engaging in a sexual acts. We all know that in the end, the man is the one wearing it. It is not because he will wear it that he will always think of having one on him. Safe sex should come from both parties.

The easiest is if you are a man full of will and you stop yourself to put on the condom, before she even asks you to. When it comes from the woman, as a man you will have to oblige to purse sex. Keep in mind that the sensation is different for her too. She feels you less warm and wet. The condom also makes the textures and definitions of your cock more flat, giving her less sensations. The plastic rubbing on the walls of her vagina is less personal for her too.

Safe Sex!

A condom well used is the best way to prevent STIs and pregnancies. To be on the extra safe side you can always combine methods, like the condom and the pill.

There is no easy way to have safe sex, but it might just be easier than spending the rest of your life with herpes or worst a child that you do not want.

 

 

Faking and Fantasy

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I love learning a few sexy new facts, and I like them even better when a few of them are entirely focused on what goes on in the mind.  After all, as much as the physical is very, very fun, a tremendous amount of it is informed by what goes on in your brain.  So, two aspects really intrigued me about Jezebel’s recent little roundup on sexual findings.

The first thing that really pinged to me is exactly how many men fake orgasms…  Apparently it’s up to 67% when it comes to divorced men.  Obviously there’s a lot of talk about women faking and the reasons around that, but there’s also a lot of expectation put on men to be able to have orgasms…  It’s linked to virility, but it’s also seen as manly to want lots of sex and to be able to come on demand, but not too soon or too slowly.  Sometimes it’s just not going to happen.  So, I have to ask…  Have any of you (divorced or otherwise!) ever faked an orgasm?  What was your reasoning, or what keeps you from doing it?

The other thing that sounded incredibly cool here is that women (though maybe men too) are able to get aroused, sometimes to the brink of orgasm, just by imagining being stimulated.  The brain is a sex organ, but it may actually be able to arouse us right through various stages of desire and fulfillment.  Has anything like this ever happened to you?  I know that I can imagine my nipples being played with and I can experience some pretty intense sensations…  And I certainly salivate before I’m ever around a penis if I’m thinking about a really visceral blowjob experience…  It’s pretty phenomenal.  How about you?

What this really means is that we can and should be thinking more…  Fantasizing, letting our minds wander and experiencing that as part of our sexual expression both alone and with a partner.  It can make for more arousal, more orgasms…  Even though the latter is definitely not the be all and end all.  It’s just about enjoying yourself, whatever form that takes.

Hilarious Steps to Have More Sex (For Men!)

Camille Crimson having passionate sex with her boyfriend

You like sex, don’t you?  Well, you probably wouldn’t be here if you weren’t at least intrigued by the concept.  Cracked has 4 tips to help men get more sex, but it’s not at all what you think or what you might expect from them.  I think a lot of people think of Cracked as pure comedy, and in many ways it is, but this is comedic advice with a heavy dose of reminding men to treat women with respect.

Their points are as follows: treat her with respect forever, don’t JUST be nice — be an interesting human being, don’t think that sex is owed to you and, perhaps most poignantly, don’t read advice on how to get women/have more sex.  This is some really great and nuanced advice couched in hilarious references to everything from a fake Robocop script to anthropomorphized ice cream treats.  It occasionally veers into fake misogynist lingo, reading like the usual sex tips that men get, but it’s actually just very positive and woman-friendly concepts being fed to people who might not be expecting it.

What do you think of this?  What if we infiltrated all sorts of traditional vestiges of manliness?  Is this a spoon full of sugar to help the medicine go down, or is this hiding the medicine in something so they’ll not even realize it until it’s too late?  By medicine, I mean realistic sex and relationship advice that goes against what men are usually taught.  Maybe we could extend this to women’s magazines, too!  But who knows if you could continue to sell issue after issue and get the hits you need if you were always talking about respect…  Maybe you could!  Thoughts?