Everyone knows that it's not what you've got, it's how you use it. Welcome to Sex 101, where no question is too Filthy.
When I was growing up sexual health was discussed in three ways; puberty, avoidance of pregnancy and STDs, and the consequences of pregnancy and STDs. In the small British town I grew up in, even in the 90s, there was a puritan streak that has only recently started to fade.
In a relationship you’ll always find ways to please your partner. Everyone has different taste but that doesn’t mean it should stop you from switching things up.
Naturally women always seem to know just how to turn a person on, but are you ready to turn the tables on her? Whether you're new to experimenting or you just want to add some spice to your current routine, I have a list of things that might just get your girl revved up and ready to go.
Have you ever wanted to be told that you're a woman's best ever lay (and believe her when she says it)? Do you want to hear your girl scream and beg for more?
Sex education is a well-discussed topic these days, and the opinions and perspectives regarding this topic are divided. For so long in the educational system, sex was a taboo topic, and we educate our children not to discuss this topic in public. And yet, sexual content is all over the place.
Risks and uncertainty. Much hygiene, constant hand washing, masks and, of course, a social distance of two meters. This is how many live in these times of coronavirus, accepting social conventions that have turned everything into an alien territory, from the perspective of a few months ago.
Have you ever heard the term safeword? It’s a common term in kinky and BDSM circles. It’s a way to communicate consent in ways other than using terms like, “no” or “stop”. The safeword system is a word or set of words that are agreed upon before engaging in sexual activity or entering the kink play scene. These words are used to signal that the scene is getting too intense or unwanted harm is likely to happen. It can be a great way to quickly check-in with your partner and make sure everything is still going well for them.
When DOES sex end? Have you ever wondered about that? It may seem like a strange question but how we answer it makes quite a difference to the sexual satisfaction of some people. Our perceptions about what is the climax and completion of sexuality activity play a big role in what feels right to us. It also sets our expectations. Those expectations play a huge role in the interest people have in sex as well as how satisfied they are with sexual activities they participate in.
Have you ever wanted to spice things up? Lots of people will say that kink and BDSM may be your answer. But how do you know if you’ll like it? How do you know if you are into anything kinky? There is definitely a right and a wrong way to get into BDSM. Some people end up having bad experiences because of entering into it the wrong way. Like so many other things in our world, a lack of knowledge on the subject can really burn you. Taking some time to learn a bit more is going to help steer you in the right direction! So what kinds of things should you know?
Exploring sexuality tends to be a unique experience for everyone. Not only because each person has their own unique attractions and tastes but also because each person experiences sexuality differently. How to have an orgasm comes naturally to some people but it’s common for others to struggle. It is especially common for vulva people to have a harder time achieving orgasm. This can lead some people to think that there’s something wrong with them but that’s not true.
Does penis size make a difference? This is one of the most asked questions about sex. Cis-gendered men, in particular, tend to worry about this particular problem. Our society gives many examples of the idea of great size as the key to masculinity and sexual prowess. It’s in much of the marketing we see, stories that are told, and the butt of jokes. This subject causes a lot of anxiety for a lot of people. The question is… should it?
Do you put any thought into what you grab to clean up after sex or masturbating? Or do you just grab the first thing that comes to hand? Selecting the right material to clean up afterward does actually make a difference. Certain types of material are better for absorbing moisture as well as reducing the risks of any bacterial infections. You shouldn’t just be rubbing any old thing onto your genitals. The skin in this area is particularly sensitive. Vulvas can be particularly sensitive to bacteria and could end up developing an infection.