NSFW Lesbosexy Sunday Is So Excited To Kiss You

Welcome to NSFW Sunday!

Jasmine via Inner Light Photo

Jasmine via Inner Light Photo

+ The New York Times doesn’t like “pussy”:

“So what’s so wrong about ‘pussy’ — arguably one of the most fun, provocative, sensuous words to describe a woman’s down-there? The New York Observer approached the Times’ standards editor Phil Corbett about the controversial ‘p’ word the Paper of Record has been historically reluctant to reproduce. ‘We are making case-by-case judgments, based on newsworthiness, context and other factors,’ Corbett told the Observer. One of those judgments included deciding to dub the noise punk band Perfect Pussy comically ‘that band with the unprintable name.'”

+ At Oh Joy Sex Toy, Erika Moen reviewed the Minna Limon.

+ What if aliens grossed out by human bodies wrote erotica?

+ Or what if classic authors did?

Jada Sezer via curveappeal

Jada Sezer via curveappeal

+ The three personal habits that need to sync up for successful relationships include punctuality, orderliness and thriftiness:

“Personal habits that you find objectionable are probably deal-breakers. Jacques Barzun identified the top three as punctuality, orderliness and thriftiness. It doesn’t make any difference which point of the spectrum you’re on, he observed: ‘Some couples are very happy living always in debt, always being late, and finding leftover pizza under a sofa cushion.’ You just have to be at the same point on the spectrum.”

+ Betty Dodson answers a question about overcoming jealousy in relationships:

“As for the jealousy part, I wish I had an answer, but alas, I do not. Other than to simply sweat it out. When I was overcome by the green eyed monster I just had to let it wear off which eventually it did. When jealousy finally went away, I think it was when I reached a point of not depending so much on my significant lover. In other words, I could see myself living a full life alone or with another partner. But when couples are in the depths of romantic love and our happiness appears to depend upon this ONE person, any hot gal can become a threat.”

+ At Refinery 29, Stoya answers questions about orgasms:

“Culturally, we tend to see orgasm as the goal of sexual interaction. It’s really cool that female orgasms are considered important, but we’ve framed them in such a way that their achievement can sometimes eclipse all the other fun to be had. I almost added “on the way there” to that last sentence, as though orgasm must always be the end destination — which directly contradicts what I believe — proof of how pervasive our internalized ideas around female orgasm truly are.

I’ve heard orgasms discussed in ways that seem as though sex is a competition or a pass/fail test — when a partner asks how many, how hard (harder than ever before?), or expresses a feeling of failure for being unable to cause them.

Take the pressure off and relax.”

+ The clitoris is really neat.

+ Flirting works, says science.

+ Europeans are allegedly kinkier than Americans.

+ It’s bra week on Autostraddle and this gallery is pretty fucking hot.

+ Electrosex can seem intimidating or complicated. Kinkly has a 101 on TENS units:

“Often portrayed as complicated, tortuous devices, electrosex toys are actually quite simple to operate and offer an infinite palette of sensations. Their adjustability makes them versatile enough to use for pain play or gentle, erotic titillation. […]

TENS units consist of two parts: a power box that houses the controls for the electrical current and a pair of electrode pads. The pads are designed to be placed on a muscular part of the body a few inches apart from each other. The current that passes back and forth between the pads is what helps relieve pain in that particular area.

So what does that have to do with your sex life? Well, humans are a curious bunch. It didn’t take too long for people to discover that putting those electrode pads on the genitals feels AHHH-MAZING.”

Feature image via colorandcurves.


 

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    Caught the Perfect Pussy show in NYC last night. All of their moms were there and they brought them on stage. Also, the moshing was refreshingly inclusive. Also, Also, it was pretty fun telling people I had tickets to the Perfect Pussy show.

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    “finding leftover pizza under a sofa cushion.”
    Maybe if you have squirrel-like tendencies good god please do not leave pizza in the sofa not only is that grossly squishy but it is not refrigerated.

    and the phrase “the clitoris is really neat” has sparked a song to the tune of MST3K’s “Gamera Song” in my head… because i’m mature like that. (send help im laughing tat meyselrgfff)

    Re: the flirting thing: Touching? Wouldn’t that be seen as overstepping boundaries? Wouldn’t that make someone uncomfortable? I mean, i guess it depends, right? And “Is she speaking smoothly and quickly”? But if someone were to flirt with me, i wouldn’t be able to speak smoothly? Science, i have so many questions, sit down

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