NSFW Lesbosexy Sunday Is A Weighted Blanket Sex Dream

Feature image of Daisy Ducati and Ella Nova in Crash Pad Series episode 186. All of the photographs in this NSFW Sunday are from the Crash Pad. The inclusion of a visual here should not be interpreted as an assertion of the model’s gender identity or sexual orientation. If you’re a photographer or model and think your work would be a good fit for NSFW Sunday, please email carolyn at autostraddle dot com.

Welcome to NSFW Sunday!

Halo the GxdBody and La Muxer Diosa

Halo the GxdBody and La Muxer Diosa in Crash Pad Series episode 305

Pornhub has removed all unverified content from its platform. Here’s a good breakdown of what’s going on and what that means for your viewing.

Also, as Samantha Cole reports at Vice, “Forty victims of sex trafficking operation Girls Do Porn have filed a lawsuit against Mindgeek, Pornhub’s parent company, for a litany of accusations, including knowingly benefiting from Girls Do Porn videos on Pornhub and failing to moderate the images circulating rampantly on its network of tube sites.”

Sal Marquez and Vivi Marie

Sal Marquez and Vivi Marie in Crash Pad Series episode 310

Here’s what Venus in Sagittarius means for your love life.

Do weighted blankets give you sex dreams?

Not all lesbians stay friends with their exes and that’s okay.”

Check out these giftable, sensational sex toys.

Coconut oil is not the best lube.

Adina and Saffron

Adina and Saffron in Crash Pad Series episode 303

What’s up with closure sex?:

“Dating expert Sarah Louise Ryan thinks sleeping with someone you used to date can go one of two ways. The first is that it can ‘confirm that the spark or emotional connection is gone.’ […]

Meanwhile, the second outcome is that ‘one party realizes that they don’t, in fact, want to draw a line in the sand.’ In this case, Ryan fears the intimacy of closure sex may give at least one person in the relationship mixed messages, signaling that it’s an emotional restart to a situation.”

If you can’t focus on a whole conversation right now, here’s how to get your listening skills back:

“Jones said, paradoxically, the pressure to maintain eye contact on a video call can actually interrupt our ability to concentrate, because we’re focusing more on giving the appearance of listening than actually doing so. ‘I often recommend that clients give themselves permission to allow their eyes and thoughts to wander much like they would in person,’ he said. ‘This can free up mental resources and lead to more interesting insights.'”

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Carolyn Yates was the NSFW Editor (2013–2018) and Literary Editor for Autostraddle.com, with bylines in Nylon, Refinery29, The Toast, Bitch, Xtra!, Jezebel, and elsewhere. They live in Los Angeles and also on twitter and instagram.

Carolyn has written 1122 articles for us.

4 Comments

  1. I take umbrage with “coconut oil is not the best lube”. Yes you shouldn’t use oil based lube with latex. You shouldn’t use silicone lube with more silicone! But nobody is running around writing articles about how “silicone based lube is not the best lube”. Every lube has its place and purpose. It sounds like bodies may differ with respect to coconut oil & yeast infections. For some bodies and moments, coconut oil may indeed be the best lube!

  2. I just want it noted that “the pressure to maintain eye contact on a video call can actually interrupt our ability to concentrate, because we’re focusing more on giving the appearance of listening than actually doing so” is how the neurodiverse among us feel all the time. Wonder if the neurotypicals will learn to empathise and stop demanding eye contact in person from this or if it will be another thing that only matters when it happens to them.

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