NSFW Lesbosexy Sunday Will Prove It All Night

Welcome to NSFW Lesbosexy Sunday!

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+ Jiz Lee wrote about safer sex in queer porn in light of the current debate (and recent backlash) over barriers:

“For me, safer sex can be hot sex because it helps me feel more confident and comfortable. I feel more freed to enjoy myself. Also, it’s fun to explore. Not too long ago, I gave dental dams another try, and I discovered that I LOVED the pressure of the thin, taut material against my vulva. I got so aroused by the barrier, that I forcefully ejaculated against it. Imagine pointing a fire hose against a window. That was me.

Safer sex supplies include latex and non-latex condoms, female condoms, gloves, fingercots, and dental dams. Lubricant is a big part of it too, as it provides wet slickness between materials and skin to conduct sensation and heat. […]

I think that safer sex is not a drag. I think safer sex CAN be pleasurable. And safer sex in porn CAN be really fucking hot!”

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+ Nerve has a gallery of images from underground magazines from the 60s and 70s that focussed on the sexual revolution and good things like feminism, kink and gay rights.

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+ Women who are ovulating evaluate their partners differently, particularly if they perceive their partner as less sexually attractive, according to a study of cis women currently dating men in the journal Hormones and Behavior:

“‘A woman evaluates her relationship differently at different times in her cycle, and her evaluation seems to be colored by how sexually attractive she perceives her partner to be,’ said Martie Haselton, a professor of psychology and communication studies at UCLA and senior author of the study. Nevertheless, the negative feelings appear fleeting, and they don’t seem to affect a woman’s long-term commitment to her romantic relationship, the study found.

‘Even when these women are feeling less positive about their relationship, they don’t want to end it,’ said Christina Larson, the study’s lead author and a doctoral candidate in social psychology at UCLA.”

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+ If you need reasons to have sex besides the way it feels, the Huffington Post has six of them.

+ Today in your hope for the future, a recent report found that 47 per cent of cohabiting doubles are 35 and older, and 13 per cent are 55 and older.

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+ Reports that all your amateur porn will end up on the internet have been greatly exaggerated, according to Salon:

“Contrary to the headlines, the study in question looked specifically at teenagers’ self-made sexual content that was posted online. Researchers from Britain’s Internet Watch Foundation found that 88 percent of the ‘self-generated, sexually explicit online images and videos of young people’ encountered by researchers ‘had been taken from their original location and uploaded onto other websites,’ which are referred to as ‘parasite websites.’ That’s very different from saying that 88 percent of private, self-made porn unwittingly ends up online. As IWF notes in a press release, ‘a parasite website is defined as a website created for the purpose of displaying sexual content … which have apparently been taken/harvested from the website to which they were originally uploaded’ — typically a social networking or webcam site.”

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+ At Sexis, Kindred writes about how to frame BDSM as healthy but recognize that, like any form of sex, sometimes it can be unsafe:

“I would feel pretty comfortable coding BDSM that falls within the boundaries of RACK ‘healthy’ (even if it is not necessarily ‘safe’) when discussing it in a sex positive context. Saying that not everything can be posited as ‘healthy’ in terms of sex positivity because people play with unskilled players is ignoring that this is a violation of a very basic tenet of BDSM — that players on both the giving and receiving end are aware of the risks of the activity in which they are engaging and that you can administer and/or receive said activity in a way that will not cause long-term, permanent or fatal damage. If this is not the case, then you are violating some pretty serious consent boundaries and that is decidedly not sex-positive.”

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+ The Lars Holst Restraint Collection has a gallery of old-fashioned handcuffs.

+ Talking about sex makes it better. Just in case you forgot.

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