NSFW Lesbosexy Sunday Gets Wet

It’s hot. Really hot. So maybe you would like to look at pictures of girls in water:

 

Also remember that Hot Girls Get Wet girl-on-gallery? That’s still around.

Or maybe you would like to get wet yourself:

This is an actual vibrator.

Babeland, Good Vibrations, and Come as You Are have a selection of water-proof sex toys. For vibrators, try the Jopen vanity Vr. 9 Vibe (read our review), the Splash, or the I Rub My Duckie, which looks like a rubber duck. There are also water-proof harnesses, including the Aslan Black Cat Harness and the Aslan Rubber Jock Style Harness.

Another bonus of water-proof sex toys:

Is that they are easy to clean. Make sure that sucker is tightly closed (if there are batteries) and wash it with hot soap and water for at least 15 seconds (dishwashing soap works well). If you’re sharing a toy, clean it after each person uses it (better yet: cover it with a condom, and change that too). Obviously this is impractical if you are sharing a harness or something, because it may or may not resemble a dying balloon animal afterwards. Find out what to do with toys made of specific materials over at Good Vibrations.

Pool sex:

Lesbian pool sex is a thing, right? …Right? Discuss.

Depending on where you live, having sex in a public pool / lake / hot tub / ocean / other related body of water may be illegal, so keep it in your own backyard / bathtub / shower / sprinkler system. Other things to keep in mind include a higher risk of disease transmission, the irony of not being wet enough when you’re surrounded by water, and the possibility of starring in the most awkward reality television sex scene ever. It also puts you at risk for being yelled at by homophobic people, even when you’re just kissing.

There are also:

The following collections of lesbian erotica. I don’t actually know whether they have anything to do with water, but they all have the word “wet” somewhere in the title, and the world needs a little bit more of that:

+ Wet: True Lesbian Sex Stories, edited by Nicole Foster, is “intense and vibrantly real lesbian erotica in the spirit of Skin Deep, these quick and dirty true stories revel in hot lesbian sex. As they peek into the diary of a very busy (and very bad) girl, readers will be panting hungrily as women from around the world reveal their most intimate lesbian encounters.”

+ Wetter: More True Lesbian Sex Stories, also edited by Nicole Foster, is Wet‘s sequel.

+ Rode Hard, Put Away Wet: Lesbian Cowboy Erotica, edited by Sacchi Green and Rakelle Valencia, has nothing to do with the bath whatsoever, but exists: “This is authentic, get-real, can smell and feel the leather and taste the grit, working cowboy lore, nowadays or historical, and totally erotic. While some of the tales have moments of easy ridin’, most of them have a decided kink to their gallop, and even the occasional burr under the saddle.”

+ Aqua Erotica, edited by Mary Anne Mohanraj, actually has everything to do with water, so much so that it’s actually water-proof.

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This has nothing to do with water but seeing your brain when you’re having sex is fun:

The wonder of “what a woman’s brain looks like during sex” is no more: because I have it compiled into an image for you.

60 years ago, scientists first discovered how the brain processed stimulation to specific areas on the body. But they discovered it for men, and it took all of the 60 years since to get equal and figure out what’s going on in women’s minds when we’re getting off.

The discovery is definitely late, but hey, it’s official now:

Using functional MRI, scientists created images of sensory responses in the brain while women stimulated their clitorises, vaginas, cervixes, and nipples. Oh, and just for fun, their thumbs and big toes.

They discovered that substantially different parts of the brain are activated when, for example, clitori were stimulated as opposed to the frontal vaginal wall. Lead researcher Barry R. Komisaruk told New Scientist that for an unspecified number of women, nipple stimulation led to genital activation. “When I tell my male neuroscientist colleagues about this, they say: ‘Wow, that’s an exception to the classical homunculus. But when I tell the women they say: ‘Well, yeah?'”

Here’s the map we’ve all been waiting for:

 

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    “Lesbian pool sex.”
    Not so much actual sex, but making out and splashing around in the pool is squish-tastic fun! Water is +1 for sensuality. For best results, do this at a queer hotel or your own pool at home.
    The sexy MRI info is awesome!! Thanks for posting that.
    And, well, photos of wet ladies with alternative lifestyle haircuts. Yay! This NSFW Sunday gets an A+.

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    The closest thing I have to a pool sex story:
    Once my best friend’s rich cousins were in town and staying at the Hilton. They brought us over to hang out there on very short notice, so we didn’t have suits and both ended going swimming in the Hilton pool our underwear. My best friend and I basically always get mistaken for a couple when we’re out together in public, and since we were around strangers, we decided to roll with it. We flirted and picked each other up and tackled each other into the water and casually ad-libbed relationship backstories for at least an hour, all the while being watched by some open-mouthed French tourists. All this while in our underwear, which I’m pretty sure was obviously underwear and not swimsuit fabric at all.
    In short, my pool sex story contains absolutely no sex, but it was really funny at the time, and it certainly entertained other Hilton pool-goers.

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    Sex toy tip: CONDOM WHEN SHARING ALWAYS. When you switch partners and/or holes and change the condom. Cleaning your sex toys (and having them be relatively safe) means running them through a cycle in your dishwasher or boiling them for anywhere from 3-15 minutes, depending on who you ask. Even then, killing Hepatitis C is not a guarantee. Yes, Hep C is usually blood-to-blood (though there is some evidence emerging of sexual transmission), but it’s far, far more transmissible than HIV and if there are any cuts, abrasions or tears on you/inside you and your partner prior to or from the sex you’re having, there are avenues for transmission.

    P. fucking S. Sharing penetrative sex toys between partners (without PROPERLY cleaning or changing the condom whenever it goes into someone/somehole new) is rated as a HIGH RISK for HIV transmission. Yes! That means it’s in the same category of “DON’T FUCKING DO THAT” as sharing a needle or having bareback anal sex. Seriously.

    What is REALLY ideal is everyone coming to the bed (or the kitchen floor. Or the national park you’re visiting) with their OWN sex toys that are only for their personal use. I know good sex toys can be tres expensive, but worth the investment if you’re staring down a round or 3 of antibiotics, a year and a half of Hep C meds or a lifetime of anti-retrovirals for HIV, isn’t ideal.

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      This doesn’t mean don’t sleep with people who are Hep C or HIV positive! If someone’s disclosed their status to you prior to gettin’ down, that should be appreciated and respected. Get tested, discuss your status with your partners and always practice safer sex (use “universal precautions,” to borrow a healthcare term). That way, we do good things for our bodies and don’t risk isolating poz community members.

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    “Aqua Erotica, edited by Mary Anne Mohanraj, actually has everything to do with water, so much so that it’s actually water-proof.”

    genius.
    also. i’d like to note that the amazon listing states that this is the first-ever water-proof book for adults. which is a whole other thing in itself.

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    NERD COMMENT: 1. those girls need to turn the tap off or the bath will over flow and it will be a NIGHTMARE to clean up. 2. I’d be interested in what it means if people are more focused on different kinds of sexual stimulation, you know like if a girl is totally clit-centric? That’d be a cool study.

    LESBO COMMENT: I would like to be responsible for that study, the ladies in water will be my subjects. Please alert them asap.

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    The duck vibrator was actually the first one I ever bought – I’m very attached (it’s inventively named Duck) but unfortunately Duck has begun to die, and I’m fairly certain this was due in part to using it in water. So great fun, but it may start to get a bit wonky if you (or you and your lady friend), say, drink too much wine and have a bubble bath and Duck is invited.

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    So when you talk about brain scans of women and their anatomy you mean cis women right? *sigh* trans women and their anatomy exist too you know.

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