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.
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.
Have you ever wondered if you should fake an orgasm? Or do you worry that your partner might be? Is it normal for people to fake them? The subject of fake orgasms can be a bit of a touchy one for some people. Many people feel that despite what others say, they never get a straight answer. It can be very upsetting and cause problems in a relationship. So let’s dig into the reasons people might fake an orgasm, why it can be upsetting and if it’s a good idea to do so.
Imagine a 12 years old girl who constantly tries to masturbate through her trousers, in class, at school, at home, on the floor, with her foot, with table legs, with slightly older and ugly friends, watching drawings of hentai girls that she discovered through playing a puzzle online.
Most dilators sets are PRETTY pricey!
Consent is sexy. That’s an unequivocal truth, and I’m thrilled to witness more women not only finding their voices in regard to sexual consent, but also feeling worthy of using their voices, worthy of being heard.
You will hear people say that it’s easier to think about the bad that might happen because so many people do it. There are lot of potential ways we can imagine a situation going wrong and also going right. During the COVID crisis I have noticed that more subs and subjects are feeling overwhelmed by pleasure when they can experience it authentically through the experiences we share. As a Hypno Dom I offer experiences of comfort, structure, acceptance, challenge, acceptance, and perspectives that do more than allow a person to stretch out of their comfort zone. I offer new perspectives and stories that can change one’s mind and how they live their life. While I can talk about that to a person who is new, I don’t believe it can be fully understood until it is experienced for oneself. After sharing these experiences, I’d like to ask you if you’ve ever thought it was possible for a person to be overwhelmed by pleasure?
Cunnilingus, the technical term for performing oral sex on a woman, can be incredibly intimate. To be good at it, you need to be an excellent reader of her body, her breathing, her movements, and what she might be telling you with words (or even without it).
The female orgasm is quite complicated and contentious.
I once thought that what I was experiencing was a sexual trauma of some sort. I decided to look up the definition of sexual trauma to be sure. According to the Sexual Trauma and Abuse Care Center website, sexual trauma is defined as "any sexual act that is imposed on another person without their consent."