NSFW Lesbosexy Sunday Is Thinking About Sex, Duh

Welcome to NSFW Lesbosexy Sunday! It’s mid-August and you’re probably really sweaty. Maybe get naked and stay a while.

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+ In a recent decision, Toronto will allow topless rallies in city parks:

“‘We had a quick discussion amongst the directors within the division and…it was felt that…the decision not to allow them to have a permit may be seen as discriminatory based on gender,’ [says Toronto Parks rep Mark Lawson].

This decision was news to Sylvie Chabot, the head of GoTopless Canada. ‘If it’s true, then I would be more than happy because that’s the purpose of our march — to fix the law and make women [feel] comfortable.’

Ms. Chabot thinks the more women exercise their right to be topless in public, the less of a problem it will be over time.”

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+ Super Gonorrhea: The World’s Worst Superhero Name. Also: the disease that is now resistant to almost all antibiotics. Related: our post about lesbian safe sex. + Is Oral Sex Safe? Sometimes it is and sometimes it isn’t, unsurprisingly.

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+ The new edition of Webster’s will define sexting(“sexting n (2007): the sending of sexually explicit messages or images by cell phone”). Other additions include energy drink, craft beer, brain cramp, and tipping point.

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+ At the Scavenger, Zahra Stardust explores the line between “fake” mainstream and “real” queer and/or feminist porn, from the perspective of someone who works in it:

“I experience pleasure at work in the mainstream sex industry that I certainly perceive as ‘real.’ This pleasure comes from physical sensations (lactic acid, endorphins, sweat, carpet burn, whipping hair, a double ended dildo angled against my g spot, real orgasms) but also from the thrill of voyeurism (exhibitionism, cameras, being naked in front of thousands of people).”

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+ In the Hairpin, Mia Crawford writes about the best time she published with Harlequin:

“I’ve never really thought of myself as a particularly sexual person. I mean, I certainly enjoy it when it’s going on; and if you give me two glasses of wine, I’ll definitely start getting frisky, but my need for sex has never defined me. What I discovered is that writing about sex is actually, very, um, stimulating. Suddenly I had to think about what it meant to kiss and to lick and to bite and to grab. I had to analyze what those sensations felt, tasted, smelled, and sounded like in order to describe them in a realistic and compelling way. It turns out that thinking about sex for hours at a time is a sure-fire way to pique your libido. Fantastic bonus to the whole ‘pursuing my dream’ angle.”

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+ Pubic hair: it’s there for a reason:

“Long ago surgeons figured out that shaving a body part prior to surgery actually increased rather than decreased surgical site infections. No matter what expensive and complex weapons are used—razor blades, electric shavers, tweezers, waxing, depilatories, electrolysis—hair, like crab grass, always grows back and eventually wins. In the mean time, the skin suffers the effects of the scorched battlefield.”

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+ In defense of vanilla sex:

“In her treatise against those who dis this style of love, Midori taught me a few good lessons. First, vanilla is derived from the same Latin word that brings us vagina. Second, ‘if someone needs a point of reference of another sex style to define their own pleasures, it means they’ve not given their own sex style its own value to stand on its own worth.’ Be proud of who you are and own what turns you on. Finally, dirty is good. Even the vanilla kind of dirt.”

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+ Six habits worth developing for an awesome sex life: make requests, do you, have sex post-workout, use a ton of tube, don’t worry too much about orgasms, and just do it.

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+ Emily Heist Moss thinks period sex is really good for basically everyone. (Especially if you and your activity partner have inexplicably not synced yet.):

“In light of the constant ‘othering’ of my body and its processes, I’m protective of my period. It is not something I ever want to be embarrassed about. It is not something I will ever apologize for, or make excuses for, or hide. It is simply my biology at its coolest, doing exactly what it is supposed to do, exactly when it’s supposed to do it.

The best sex I’ve ever had has invariably been with partners who treated my menstrual cycle with complete nonchalance.”

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+ Also, Nerve has ranked every Olympic sport in order of sexiness.

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    If we go by Webster’s def – I do an awful lot of “sexting”.

    Also, Big lulz for the Olympic rankings – These:

    “If you’re somehow able to watch beach volleyball without feeling a sense of shame, you are watching it incorrectly.”

    “Table Tennis – We’ve seen people do way hotter things with ping pong balls. Just saying.”

    “Field Hockey – There’s just something about girls with clubs that really works for us.”

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    Rowing is number 34? Someone needs to take those folks rowing right away, because the endorphin high from using every muscle group in your body is AMAZING. Seriously. I come back from rowing class and want to have sex immediately.

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    “First, vanilla is derived from the same Latin word that brings us vagina.”

    mmm, really? No wonder I’ve always had a major sweet tooth. :)

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