NSFW Lesbosexy Sunday Wants To Know What You’re Doing Later

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Welcome to NSFW Sunday!

+ At the Hairpin, Lindsay King-Miller answers questions about queer femme invisibility at work, the queer canon, coming out as trans to your date and bi invisibility and non-monogamy:

“Try to stop worrying about whether you’re Queer Enough. You have plenty of things to worry about (is that cute person into me? Are they queer? Are they open to non-monogamy? Do they snore, and if so, is it a cute little whistle-snore or a loud trying-to-start-a-snowmobile-snore that will completely fuck up my REM cycle?) without spending your valuable time second-guessing your entirely legitimate sexuality and experience. If you’re attracted to people of multiple genders, you’re definitely Queer Enough—there is no further litmus test. Welcome to the club!”

+ The Atlantic looks at research on how orgasms can dull pain:

“Their first tests were on how pain thresholds were altered by vaginal self-stimulation in women. “I wanted to know whether it would work and if so, which nerves were involved,” he explains. They used a machine that measured pain thresholds by gradually compressing the fingers, while asking women to masturbate manually. Whipple was in the room with the women, Komisaruk was in a separate room evaluating the data collection on a computer. They found that vaginal self-stimulation more than doubled the women’s pain thresholds.”

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

+ The weirdest places people have been caught having sex include an ATM kiosk, on top of a bridge, the middle of a stadium, in the vestibule in a church and more.

+ In celebration of National Masturbation Month, Good Vibes has a few ways to masturbate.

+ Nerve looked at the correlation between certain types of jobs and the sex lives of people in them. For example, when it comes to artists:

“Studies have shown that the more artistic you are, the more likely you are to have the most amount of sex. According to a study from the University of Chicago, comparing the sex lives of those with graduate degrees and those who never went to school, people with an Associates in Arts have the most sex — 69.5 times a year. Artists and poets have 233 percent more sexual partners than people who don’t make art or write poems. This might have to do with the fact that sonnets mean instant sex, but more likely, artistic individuals are usually more liberal and sexually open than squares. How many times has quoting Neruda gotten someone laid? The answer is a lot.”

+ In honour of the Topless Pulp Fiction Appreciation Society, here is a visual history of public toplessness.

+ What effect could 3D printing sex toys have the sex toy industry?

+ One in five people would have sex with a robot.

+ If you’ve never used genital clamps, here’s how to start.

+ From “What I Need,” by Xan West, in Best Lesbian Erotica 2014, edited by Kathleen Warnock:

“I begin to ram into you, slamming you into the floor, my hands holding you down, my eyes fierce against yours. I growl as I fuck you, my hips moving quickly. It is not about you, and you can feel that. This is about me, my pleasure, my need. I fuck you into the floor, my eyes hungry as I hold your gaze, my hands gripping your wrists tightly. I take exactly what I need from you, urgency filling me, growling constantly, my nails digging into your flesh, twisting it, taking you.”


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    “If you’re attracted to people of multiple genders, you’re definitely Queer Enough—there is no further litmus test. Welcome to the club!” Thank you!!!

    Best Lesbian Erotica now going into shopping cart.

    Great post anon!

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