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Fun Sex Games

Sex is serious business. Or is it? The truth is, sex doesn’t have to be all steamy, all serious, all Hollywood high drama. Sometimes sex can be silly, goofy, and fun! If you’re looking to add a little levity to your sex life, consider playing some fun sex games with your sweetie. They can lighten […]

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How to Talk Dirty

Learning how to talk dirty is a hot addition to all sorts of sex play. While many people like hearing it, though, it can be a lot harder to learn how to talk dirty well. Many people can feel awkward, silly, or just overwhelmed when trying to fabricate a narrative that will make their partner moan. […]

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Sex Toys For Men

The world of sex toys has long been dominated by women and the gadgets that feel good on their goods. Happily, though, high-quality sex toys for men are starting to come on the market. You can use these toys solo or with a partner to add a little variety and excitement to your sex life. […]

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What is a Rim Job: Tips to Perform & Enjoy Analingus

Analingus (or a “rim job”) is the act of performing oral sex on someone’s anus. When everyone is on board, rim jobs can feel extraordinary, create unique sensations, and improve intimacy between a couple. Because of the natural bacteria that live inside the butt, rim jobs require certain guidelines that are often not necessary for other […]

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The Best Porn for Women – 11 Feminist Friendly Websites

One of the more pernicious beliefs about women and sex is that women don’t enjoy porn. The fact is, a recent survey found over 30% of women watched porn once a week. A further 30% look at porn a few times a month, and another 10% of those women look at porn daily.  So why […]

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How to Orgasm: Finding the Elusive O

One of the most common— and frustrating— issues for women is learning how to orgasm. According to the Kinsey Institute, it’s estimated that roughly 70% of women never or rarely orgasm during partnered sex. Of the women who do come during sex, 40% of them need sustained clitoral stimulation to reach orgasm. Many women struggle […]

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