NSFW Lesbosexy Sunday Likes Your Boobs

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Seppo - Low Key Portrait by dsa157

Seppo – Low Key Portrait by dsa157

+ AlterNet has nine actually useful relationship tips, including giving compliments, making each other feel special and valued, being independent, being interesting and more:

“‘In my study, when couples said they were in a relationship rut or felt bored, they were less happy over time,’ says Orbuch. So escape the rut by mixing things up. ‘The changes can be small, but they have to upset the routine enough to make him or her sit up and take notice.’

Similarly, anthropologist Helen Fisher suggests that couples ‘keep doing novel things together,’ she says. ‘Novelty drives up the dopamine system in the brain and can help to sustain feelings of romantic love.'”

Super Normal Supermodels by Mert Marcus for W Magazine via Les Beehive

Super Normal Supermodels by Mert Marcus for W Magazine via Les Beehive

+ Lingerie/undergarments can be one way to deal with gender dysphoria:

“I’ve struggled with figuring out how to handle gender dysphoria, since sometimes I’m fine with my body, but I’ve also had days where I’ve felt like I couldn’t dress myself or leave the house or even be seen by other humans. What’s worse, my normally excellent lingerie was betraying me. You might expect that as someone who’s vaguely androgynous I’d have some low-key women’s underthings, right? Nah. I like a pretty extreme demi-cup pushup bra on my girl-days, because to me ‘girly’ means ‘basically Marie Antoinette.’ My lingerie drawer is full of bows and stripes and padding and oomph. And that’s probably the worst thing for me on days when I wake up wondering why I have breasts at all, since in a bra like that they’re impossible for me to avoid.”

June 2014 Model: Sierra McKenzie Film Photo by: Mandy Darling / Amanda Calquhoun

via Mandy Darling Tumblr // June 2014 // Model: Sierra McKenzie
Film Photo by: Mandy Darling / Amanda Calquhoun

+ If you have sex questions related to being intersex, the Centre for Sexual Pleasure and Health is here to help with a resource guide.

+ The worst songs to have sex to include “The Sweetest Taboo,” “Let’s Talk About Sex,” “Push It,” “S&M” and more.

+ Oh Joy Sex Toy talked about love hotels.

Kristina by Matan Eshel

Kristina by Matan Eshel

+ Solo Poly reviewed More Than Two, a forthcoming book about polyamory, applauding its approach to ethics:

“[T]he authors’ two key ethical axioms [are]:

‘The people in a relationship are more important than the relationship.’
‘Don’t treat people as things.’

This neat one-two punch knocks out most of the biggest mistakes and worst behavior I’ve witnessed (and occasionally perpetrated) in poly/open relationships. Problems born of trying to prevent change, or at least too much change. Of presumptions of status, or assumptions rooted in deep-seated insecurity. Of failures of compassion and empathy. Of ignorance and lack of skill or practice. Of blatant disrespect and inconsideration. Of power, control, weakness and cowardice. And of abuse.

+ At Vice, Natasha Lennard discusses why condom laws for porn are a terrible idea:

“While I have no special love for the LA economy, the troubling manner of Measure B’s passage and impact is something I hope to not see repeated. The public’s misguided concerns about safety won the day, while the performers’ own expressed concerns were ignored.

Stoya, the celebrated adult performer and writer (and, disclosure, a personal friend), told me on Thursday that while she believes her fellow workers will ‘just adapt as individuals and as an industry,’ the shift away from LA-based productions risks atomizing the industry to detrimental effect. ‘In the loosest sense of the word, I would estimate there are 1,000 to 1,200 active performers in professional adult films,’ she said. ‘That number doesn’t seem very large compared to other industries, and the more spread out and disconnected from our community we are, the harder organizing and self-educating is.'”

Laura Cramer via rodeoh

Laura Cramer via rodeoh

+ The Glov is a bionic sex toy intended to make penetrative masturbation more ergonomic:

“‘Stick your hand out, make a first, and move your hand up and down,’ Scrase orders. ‘That’s how you’d work your traditional Rabbit. In order to do a thrusting motion, you literally have to engage your wrist, upper arm, your shoulder, your forearm, your chest, and your back muscles.’ I put a fist in the air and tried it out. ‘Now take your hand and just flex your first three fingers on your pelvic area.’ I may have been the only one in office making odd hand gestures by my waist, but Scrase certainly made his point.”

Liora K. Photography by via refinery29

Liora K. Photography by via refinery29

+ The downside to 3D sex toy printing is how likely it is your toy is spreading bacteria (though sanding and sealing it, or using a condom, can help):

“When a 3D printer begins making an object, it does so layer by layer. Over time, the layers build up to make the proper form of whatever it is you’re printing. But 3D-printed sex toys are particularly dangerous for two reasons: The surface is too rough for immediate use, and microscopic gaps in the toy that are almost impossible to disinfect can store bodily fluid and bacteria.

Even if you sand down the surface of a 3D-printed toy, it’s not totally safe. ‘It makes it look smooth, but it doesn’t make it microscopically smooth. It doesn’t seal the holes or gaps, so I don’t think that’s really the right answer,’ Tom Nardone, founder of MakerLove.com, which provides free designs for 3D-printed sex toys, tells Mashable.”


 

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      Well hello there, fellow Lisa! I also appreciated that link. I find that one thing that helps is simply having bras (or alternatives) that actually fit well. Less poking from underwires = fewer reminders of boobs being annoying.

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    Boobs.
    Another body thing where the body diversity in queer porn has helped a person out. Without ever seeing Syd Blakovich’s boobs I might still be wondering what is “wrong” with mine. I find myself with soft round people never anybody for who doing pushups and lifting weights has much of any impact in the chest. Never would I have been sure why am shaped the way I am.
    Thank you queer porn. :)

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    Why is it that when I read “worst songs to have sex to” the first song that came to my mind was “Circle of Life” from the Lion King?

    Naaaants een-vwen-yaaaaaaa ma-ba-gee-chi-ba-va
    (See-tee-hoummmm gwen-ya-maaaaa)
    en-yaah-ho vwen-ya-maaaaa

    I’m messed up.

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      omg PoF, what makes sweet titties for you to suck on? and make me…. uh a girl,melt for you? just your kiss…. that melts me…..kisses are the realist girl sex!! right?

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    so I saw the article about how lingerie can be one way to deal with gender dysphoria, and automatically hoped that it would be about trans women – since this is a website primarily for women. However, I was disappointed (but not surprised) that it was primarily for non-women.

    The end of the article even reads “Other genderqueer people (and butches, and FTM gents): I’m here for you, whatever underwear you’re wearing today.”

    It has never been more clear that ‘genderqueer,’ as it is often used in queer female spaces, refers almost exclusively to dfab people, with trans women and dmab genderqueer people again being excluded.

    Wow, more transmisogyny in a “queer female” space. What a surprise.

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