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The Wednesday Tip- The Most Sensitive part!

TheArtofCunnilingus

TheArtofCunnilingus

Did you know, the clitoris contains around 8,000 sensory nerve endings. The penis has approximately 4,000. That makes the clitoris the most sensitive part of a woman’s body. And  it’s quite small, its powerful sensations can spread across a woman’s pelvic area by affecting 15,000 other nerve endings.

Do you prefer lots of Sounds or Silence Sex?

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Sound or Silence?

Can you hear her sounds of satisfaction? Her voice penetrates you and makes you desire her even more. If you feel shy about the whole ‘making a lot of noise’ thing, you can put on some tunes. You can create a custom playlist that makes you feel confident and happy – it will allow you to be more vocal without even noticing it. You will create a good mood for you and your partner to have fun without feeling self-conscious.

#TittyTuesday and Piper’s The Real Thing!

The Real Thing

What you see is what you get! All the things you see on TheArtofBJ and PiperBlush are things I also do without cameras. I am the same person with or without them…well maybe a little dirtier without!

That is the thing I like most about what I do, is that I decide. I exploit all the ideas I have and the ones that you guys send me that I love!

You can send me your ideas on Twitter!

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Why Women Need To Cuddle After Sex!

What makes you love your partner is highly due to the things you do together in the bedroom. Did you know that a woman is more likely to fall in love with you, if you give her orgasms. That is just how the chemicals in her brain work, a woman will secrete more cuddling hormones during orgams than the man. That might just be the reason why women get attached quicker. So you know what to do to conquer her heart!

Here’s what AskMen had to say about men vs women cuddling!

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Why women cuddle

The act of cuddling releases a hormone called oxytocin, sometimes called the “cuddling hormone.” Oxytocin is responsible for provoking what scientists refer to as “pair bonding,” which means it makes the cuddling couple feel closer and more intimate. This helps to create a bond between a man and a woman. In evolutionary terms, a woman wants to create this pair bond in order to get the man to commit to her and their offspring. Even if your woman isn’t trying to marry you and start bearing your babies, she is likely still drawn to create an emotional bond with you and this kind of physical intimacy is a good way to do it.

Cuddling also feels pretty damn good when it’s done right, so another reason women insist on it is that the sensations triggered by a cuddle session can be very pleasurable.

Why men don’t cuddle

It can be exceptionally frustrating that your first instinct post-orgasm is to go right to sleep, while she prefers to get in a good cuddle session first. The reason for this is all about the hormones your brain releases after sex. As a man has an orgasm, a variety of brain chemicals are released including the hormone prolactin. Prolactin has a strong connection to sleep so its presence is probably responsible for a man’s tendency to want to sleep after sex. The release of prolactin also indicates the beginning of the “recovery time” that men have to take before having sex again. Women often don’t require any such time-out after having an orgasm.

Hysterical Literature, Have You Had The Pleasure of Reading?

The Hysterical Literature project was created by Clayton Cubitt in 2012. His goal is to bring back the ‘pleasure’ of reading! I think he has succeeded there is pleasure and there is reading 😉

Do you remember Hysterical Literature with Stoya. She read Necrophilia Variations. To add to your very sexy audio books, the Photographer Fette Sans reads Le Naufragé, by Thomas Bernhard. Have you guessed…it’s in French! For those of you who have a thing for latin languages, you’ll be excited.

Lucie Blush explains how beautiful it is to watch Fette Sans read and I feel she depicts the best picture. Read it before you see it, here it is: This project is not only hot but also very positive as it really does encourage everybody to read more. It’s also quite mesmerizing to watch a woman trying to focus on the reading while somehow fighting the pleasure that is triggered between their legs. You can witness the evolution of the pleasure invading her body and her head, she has trouble reading, she pauses, starts again, she’s agitated, moving on her chair, trying to grasp something to hold on to, until she gives up and lets it take over until she reaches an epic orgasm. The wand is still buzzing in the post-coming silence.

Watch all the sessions here.

Clitoris – Exclusively For Pleasure!

 

Did you know that the clitoris’ only function is to providing its owner with sexual pleasure and its the only organ in either sex with pleasure as its sole function. It has nothing to do with getting pregnant, with menstruation, or with urination.

When a woman becomes sexually aroused, both the glans and the shaft fill with blood and increase in size. The glans can double in diameter. There is no evidence that a larger clitoris means more intense sexual arousal.

As erotic stimulation continues and orgasm approaches, the clitoris becomes less visible as it is covered by the swelling of tissues of the clitoral hood. This swelling is designed to protect the clitoris from direct contact, which, for some women, can be more irritating than pleasurable. It moves out again when the stimulation stops.

After orgasm the clitoris returns to its normal size within about ten minutes because the orgasm leads to a dispersal of the accumulated blood. If the woman doesn’t have an orgasm, the blood that has flowed into the clitoris as a result of sexual arousal may remain there, keeping the clitoris engorged for a few hours.

A woman’s clitoris can be stimulated through direct or indirect contact. During intercourse the penis does not contact the clitoris directly. The thrusting of the penis in the vagina, regardless of the position used, moves the labia minora, and it is this movement of the lips against the clitoris that usually creates the orgasm.

Direct contact with the clitoris by touching it with a finger, vibrator, or a tongue can cause more discomfort than pleasure for many women. For these women, more general rubbing or licking of the area around the clitoris is likely to feel better. Other women enjoy very intense direct stimulation. There is great variability in sensitivity of the clitoris and each woman. For more info you can go to HowStuffWorks!

This is not an April Fools :)