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Thicker Is The Best Lubricant!

The Thicker, The Better!

A thick saliva is created when she takes you deep in her mouth. It takes time to obtain a suitable thickness of saliva. She has to start slowly always trying to go a little deeper and hold it there as long as she can. Her saliva will gradually thicken if she does not swallow it. Try to keep it sloppy all the way thru. A thick saliva can be better than lub, it tastes good, and if she needs more, she can go a little deeper on you.

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Fake It, Until You Make: Orgasms!

Boost It!

Fake it until you make it! If there is something you really want to achieve but you feel too shy to do it, just fake your confidence. Once you have experienced it, you will gain more confidence and one day you will not be faking it anymore. It applies as much for her as for him. For example, when one is you is going down on the other, when she’s taking her clothes off in front of you, etc. You will gain confidence when you trust your partner. Feel like you can experience everything with them.

After Female Sex Dolls, The Male Version

Since 2007, Karley Sciortino Vice’s resident sexpert, has been writing a blog called Slutever. It mainly deals with sexuality and relationships. Has she says:” Everything from personal stories, to interviews with fetishists and sex workers, to videos documenting my not-so-smooth effort to become a professional dominatrix.”

In the first episode of Slutever‘s new season, Karley learns all about life-like custom male sex dolls. She meets the team that pioneered the perfect plastic male sex doll. Read More At Vice!

 

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Make Her Climax By Touching Her Breasts!

Tits, Fun Bags, Hooters, Melons, Jugs, Honkers… whatever you call them they always feel great between your hands. So let’s learn more about breasts and how to pleasure them! You probably want her to feel has good as you do.

A few things I bet you did not know about tits!

Cup Sizes

You should know that a women’s breast size can change to up to a cup size. This often happens two weeks before their period. The progesterone and estrogen cause her to retain more water in the breast region. It also makes the breast tissues more sensitive.

Lefty!

The left one is often bigger than the right one. This is because a woman’s breast is independent. They both react to estrogen differently during her puberty. It is this hormone that controls the breast shape and size.

How To Handle Breasts

The most sensitive parts of the breast are actually everything around the nipple. You want to warm her up, to create a built up, to later able to touch her tits. You can do so by massaging her breasts and kissing the skin around the nipps. As she gets more aroused, she can accept more direct stimulation to areas such as the nipple and the areola. Once you have got her in the zone it’s time for some nipplegasm!

Nipple-gasm!

Oh yes! Breast orgasms are a thing. When you stimulate a woman’s nipples the same part of her brain that responds to genital stimuli lights up. Giving her a nipplegasm mainly requires patients. Many women will take about 20 minutes to reach climax. Once you have fondled her breasts enough, here’s how you can do it bring it up to breast orgasm!

In your hand, take one of her breasts at the time. Her nipple should be placed between your thumb and index finger. Gently push your fingers together, so the nipple gets erect. Keep it that way while you tease it with the tip of your tongue.

Have fun!

 

Thanks to Men’s Health for the sources and Huffpost for the image!

 

Sex Misconceptions!

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Girl On Girl Sex; Don’t Transmit or Contract STIs

It’s False. In fact, sexually transmitted infections and diseases are passed along through skin-to-skin contact and bodily fluids like breast milk, secretions (from vaginas, penises, and anuses) and blood, which means anyone who’s kissing, licking or rubbing up against another naked person is putting themselves at some level of risk.

Plus, because sexual orientation, sexual behavior and gender identity never have to align (and can change!), someone’s sexual orientation doesn’t designate the genitals of the person with whom they are (or have been) sexual.

We’re much better off never making assumptions.

That’s just one of the interesting misconceptions about sex that you can read on Kinkly!

Click Here to read the others!

Nude Selfies: What’s the Big Deal?

Without lauding what this particular lawyer dude from Delaware is up to (because he seems kind of skeevy) I do think that he has a point… Why do we care so much about people seeing our nude and/or sexual selves? This is an idea which is near and dear to my heart because, well, I get freaked out about it a lot. You see, my work is what I’d call porn-adjacent. I’m in the thick (PUN!) of it in terms of my day to day operations, but I am not the subject nor am I sexually available in any meaningful way because of my job. Sometimes I dabble in blogging, reviews or interviews which include a glimpse into my sexual life (these days, it’s absolutely nothing to write home about anyways) but it’s always done in an arm’s length kind of way. I’m lucky that I don’t feel any pressure to go any further than I feel comfortable. Camille and Mike are very respectful of me and would never ask anything beyond my desires…. But I am undeniably curious at times.

I mean, I have a very outgoing personality, I’m a decidedly sexual person and, even though as a bigger girl I’m not everyone’s favourite flavour, I know the niches that would work for me. Every year, along with representing our sites, making valuable contacts and soaking in the inspirational environment, the Feminist Porn Awards always brings at least a few tempting offers to shoot with some of my idols. So far, I’ve shrugged them all off with sheepish statements about just being a behind the scenes type of gal, but it does make me question why I’m so reticent to share my sexuality and my body online.

This reluctance doesn’t just mean that I wouldn’t likely shoot professional porn, but also that I’m almost overly judicious about any way that my body could appear online. The only sexy videos and photos I’ve shot with former partners were mutually deleted in what is almost a half-ceremonial/half-legal exchange — last time over delicious Vietnamese takeout. On the increasingly rare occasion I’ve had any reason to get sexy over webcam with an object of my affection, I’m actually very cautious to only have my face OR my body in the shot, and to have a sufficiently ambiguous backdrop. With the propagation of ex-girlfriend/revenge porn sites devoted to ogling non-consensual sexts and screengrabs, you can never be too careful even though I trust those with whom I’m e-intimate.

I certainly have absolutely zero sexual shame, I’m confident about my body, I’m quite up-front about sex with the people in my life… There shouldn’t be any reason for such concern, but there are still external societal pressures to keep the theoretical sex separate from the physical embodiment (or digital reproduction there-of) in order to feel safe from the more intense ramifications of sex-negative culture. I’m happy and secure with my job and feel an increasing comfort in my path in the sex-positive sector, so I’m not particularly concerned about my image in that respect and I’m relatively confident that I could explain a foray into porn to absolutely any friend or family member… I guess it’s largely that, though I don’t view sex itself as private, I struggle with the vulnerability required to share it. Once it’s out there, it’s out there, and you can’t entirely control the way people interpret it, even as a person with a background in porn PR.

Maybe I’m just too uptight. After all, I’m also not the type to get a tattoo for fear of regrets over that which cannot be undone, but I so deeply admire those who can let go and do what they want. I’m a little too in my head to divorce my desires from the potential impact of doing something which is stigmatized in many ways, though less overtly so. Perhaps if it became more normalized, it’d be easier. It’d definitely be healthier for everyone societally to share and bare our sexual and physical selves to reduce shame, promote our differences and find kinship in our baser natural states.

I’m not saying we should make like that University of Iowa TA and accidentally attach a sexy video instead of the solutions to her math homework, as I think that there’s a time and a place for everything and that a delineation between overt public/professional persona and the sexual self is still important, but I think that we should be able to shrug off such situations as a moment of exposed humanity and move on. That takes some doing, which only comes through normalizing such sexual expression. It’s kind of a catch 22. I know that more people need to be willing to be open to cause the shift, and that starts with the individual… In this case, with me. Will I do it? I guess we’ll see.

– Sophie