Even veteran horror fans have to admit there’s nothing quite like a really good haunted house film, especially if it promises to bring anything new to the table. Directed by Travis Stevens (Starry Eyes), Girl on the Third Floor certainly seems promising enough, especially in light of the positive reviews it received when it made the festival rounds in 2019. Now that it’s officially landed on streaming giant Netflix, anyone looking to check out a little something new on a random Saturday afternoon can evaluate it personally.
Everyone’s different as far as what they like in bed and what they’re looking to get out of sex in the first place, but some tips are so essential, everyone should know them and be using them to improve their experience.
The sweet release of a good orgasm may not be the only reason to get up close and personal with a partner or with yourself, but it definitely adds a nice finishing touch to an already-great experience. Exploring new ways to bring yourself or your partner to orgasm adds variety and heat to your sex life. Plus, orgasms just plain feel good, so it’s nice to have a reliable way to experience one whenever you want to.
These days, it seems as if you can buy just about anything on Amazon, and you wouldn’t be too far wrong. Don’t make the mistake of thinking the amazing level of convenience Amazon brings to the table stops at everyday staples like groceries, clothing, and books though. Amazon has become an increasingly terrific place to shop for sex toys and adult pleasure products as well.
At this point, it’s hard to believe that using the internet to date, hook up, or cruise was once a complete novelty. These days, online dating is pretty much the default way to connect with other gay hunks when you’re in the mood to mingle, and with good reason. It’s convenient, it’s easy, and it’s fun—a total winning combo.
If you’ve ever used a vibrator or other sex toy before, you’re in excellent company, especially these days. Close to half of all men and well over half of all women openly admit to having done so at least once. Way back in the swinging 70s, those numbers were much smaller—perhaps only one or two percent of all people—so we’ve come a long way when it comes to open, honest interest in our own pleasure.