NSFW Lesbosexy Sunday is Spending the Day in Bed

Welcome to NSFW Lesbosexy Sunday! Let’s talk about sex and look at mostly naked people.

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+ There are lots of crazy myths about human biology. People used to think your uterus can hang out with your lungs, your vagina can chew things, clots were evil, periods were evil, and a lot of other crazy things, much like Todd Akin:

“A rudimentary understanding of biology would render nonsensical many of its cherished ideas about women’s anatomical functions. Congressman Todd “Legitimate Rape” Akin of Missouri follows in the venerable footsteps of those throughout history whose deep-seated fear and suspicion of women has led to the circulation of absurd myths that would be amusing were they not so often deadly.

That Republicans manage to hold onto biological fantasies in the face of modern scientific methods and tools is truly a triumph of ignorance over truth.”

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+ Have you ever wanted to know all about skinny dipping etiquette? Now you can. Pro tips: you don’t have to shinny dip, it’s ok to wear underwear, it’s not ok to stand and watch awkwardly, stealing clothes is a buzz kill, and no photos:

“Many people prefer not to cavort naked with others outside of the boudoir. For these people #YOLO is not a justification for selfish madness, but a reminder to live very carefully. Many of them grow up to be captains of industry, “the responsible twin,” and brunettes.

A great way to appear spontaneous and fun while not stripping down to show off your jubblies (or your jigglies) is to jump into the body of water with all your clothes on. Now you’re not the plain potato who refused to take part in a bacchanalian adventure. You’re the curly fry who was so ready to get crazy you didn’t even waste time removing your clothes. But aren’t you worried you’ll ruin your silk dress? Hell no because, guess what, you’re rich. Everybody loves you! (It’s also perfectly acceptable to hop in wearing just underwear, if you don’t want people to think you’re rich.)

If you absolutely must wear a formal bathing costume, that’s a little boring, but people probably won’t harp on it for too long.”

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+ Period sex: we’ve established that it is not a big deal, and can be excellent. Here’s what you can do to reduce the mess, including cups, sponges, towels, and just going for it:

“Blood can be troubling if you’re not used to it, especially if you’ve never experienced it in sexual situations before. But there’s really nothing to be afraid of. You have many options for hiding blood away during sex, if that’s your thing – and if you’d rather not encounter it at all, it’s easy enough to pop in a tampon and avoid vaginal penetration for a week.

No one HAS to have menstrual sex in their repertoire, but it’s a good thing to know how to do. Having to abstain from sex for a week every month is no fun at all, so if you don’t have to, why do it?”

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+ This feminist porn periodic table, via the Feminist Porn Guide, is part to-watch list, part menu, and all awesome:

+ Have you ever wanted to use 50 Shades of Grey-esque filler text instead of lorem ipsum? The Fifty Shades Generator creates “world-class literature” by drawing on @50shadesofshit and the lexicon of the minds at Yahoo Answers.

+ Salon has an interview with an artist combining orgasms and literature:

“The title is a winking reference to the quack Victorian medical theory of “hysteria” in women, and the vibrators and hydrotherapy treatments used to “cure” them. On an individual level, I’m interested in the battle the sitter experiences between mind and body, and how long one retains primacy over the other, and when they reach balance, and when they switch control.

On a larger scale, I’m interested in how society draws a line between high and low art, between acceptable topics of discussion and taboo ones, between what can be worshiped and what must be hidden.

This project touches on all these themes, while also just being really fun to watch.”

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