‘Sexy’ was one of my key words for 2019. I sought to confront the way I thought about sex, viewed sex, and how I partook in it. I wanted this to serve as a framework of sorts to how I’d renegotiate terms to intimacy. You see, there were limits to my bedroom performance that I wasn’t satisfied with. Realizing that our bodies were made for pleasure and there was more about mine that was unknown than known, I was ready to push my boundaries.
For most adults, love and sex are incredible feelings. During intercourse, dopamine and opioid chemicals are released. Your body also releases oxytocin and endorphins. All of these chemicals are responsible for making you feel good.
For as long as I could remember, I was always afraid of my vagina.
First of all we have to understand that porn travels through the eyes, the images cross the iris and produce a release of a chemical called dopamine, which activates mainly desire and motivation.
Ah, the many things you can now get done to your crotch. Your most intimate female part has never received so much attention! From the confusing, and unnecessary, to the downright dangerous, here are some of the latest trends in vaginal upgrading.
Have you been missing pleasure and sensuality in your life lately?
Lately I've been digesting a lot of Red Pill content on YouTube, MGTOW YouTubers included. Although the title of my article might sound bombastic, the reasons for it are not so. Contrary to what you might think, I'm not avoiding women because some guy with a cellphone uploaded his opinion on women. No, no, no.
Erectile dysfunction in men is a sexual disorder that is characterized by the inability of a man to erect his penis due to sexual stimulation. In other cases, a man may not be able to keep his penis erected long enough to have intercourse.
In my previous article, "The Return of Freedom to Love Without Barriers—Part 1," I told of the beginnings of the Free Love Movement, the contraceptive pill, and the Age of Sexual Enlightenment. We discussed the beginnings of the AIDS epidemic and the beginning of the Condom Era, where we learned that sex can kill you, and the term "safe sex" became a household word.
I’ll start out by saying this is going to be a controversial article. I’ll be called irresponsible. The comments will be raging with vitriol on both sides of the argument, but it’s time that someone brought it up.
Just like Body confidence, sexual confidence isn't all about feeling sexy, but sometimes it is.
So in the world of sex, there are two categories: kinky and vanilla. Kinky is where people are into stuff that goes beyond traditional sex, like restraints, orgasm control, and butt plugs. Vanilla is anything that involves regular anal, oral, or vaginal sex. Sometimes vanilla people use kinky once in a while to spice things up. Sometimes they come to the kinky side permanently. Vanillas sometimes badmouth the kinky people because they don't understand or they're just closed-minded and/or judgmental. Some kinky people have not been very nice to the vanillas either. One reason is that some of them may have been hurt by the vanillas. There is no shame in being kinky or vanilla. The thing is that we need to stop shaming each other or talking bad about each other. Just because you don't understand or agree with someone doesn't give you the right to be mean, judgmental, or rude.