NSFW Lesbosexy Sunday Is Chafing

Feature image of Adina and Saffron in Crash Pad Series episode 303. 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!

Cosmic and Miss Yum, flogger

Cosmic and Miss Yum in Crash Pad Series episode 246

Vulva and thigh crease chafing is a hot-weather curse. Here’s how to prevent and reduce it:

“Luckily, there are ways to prevent the burn. ‘The goal is to keep the area as dry and cool as possible,’ Dr. Duncan says. That might mean avoiding tight clothing, changing right after a workout, and wearing cotton panties (or even none at all if you can get away with it while working from home). If you go swimming in the warmer months, bring a fresh pair of underwear with you, and change out of your wet bottoms as soon as you can.

You can also try using chafing sticks, or lubricating gels or creams in the rubbing-prone areas or skin folds near your groin, and be sure to use lube when you’re having sex or masturbating— especially if you notice your skin is starting to pull or feel irritated. ‘It’s about keeping the tissue supple and moist but not wet and sweaty,’ Dr. Duncan says. A word of caution: Avoid using anything with talcum in it. It’s a possible carcinogen when used in the genital area, according to the International Agency for Research on Cancer.”

Hey Epiphora reviewed the pinpoint-tip Zumio E, writing:

“The Zumio redefined pinpoint stimulation as we knew it, funneling every ounce of its power into a beaded tip the size of a decorative sprinkle. When you’re forced to land something in the exact right locale, you do so. Don’t know if your clit’s a righty or lefty? This vibrator will teach you, in seconds. It stimulates masterfully, sending pleasure far beyond the tiny dot of flesh it touches. Orgasms are sudden, shaking, inescapable. I never had a ‘not for the faint of clit’ tag on my blog before now, and I’m not sure why, because the Zumio is a perfect example.”

Beating Hart, C’est La Vie, and Cinnamon Maxxine, hair pulling

Beating Hart, C’est La Vie, and Cinnamon Maxxine in Crash Pad Series episode 308

Mira Bellwether, a gender-affirming surgery fundraiser and needs your help!

Sex workers are hosting a self-destructing EARN IT Act protest on 21 August.

Tess Thompson wrote about body hair at Oh Joy Sex Toy.

Here are a few stories of digital affairs from the pandemic.

Confused about why Twitter was talking about demon sex this week? Here are the arguments for demon sex (sort of) and against it.

Here’s how to have a smooth time as an anal bottom.

A ghost is the perfect quarantine sex partner.”

Byron DuBois and Daizy Blaze, nipple play

Byron DuBois and Daizy Blaze in Crash Pad Series episode 296

All breakups are for the best:

“I believe all breakups that have ever happened, or will ever happen, needed to. For endlessly different reasons and in countless circumstances, I don’t see the end of things as a negative. I see them as the valid conclusion of one thing making room for who knows what’s next.”

Yes, even your pandemic relationship breakup.

Cinnamon Maxxine and Golden Curlz scissoring

Cinnamon Maxxine and Golden Curlz in Crash Pad Series episode 206

Looking at this page in private mode? In 2020? Private browsing hides your search history, but it isn’t the same as actual privacy:

“‘Private browsing isn’t true privacy,’ says computer security blogger Graham Cluley. ‘It just stops your computer from keeping a record of what websites you’re visiting. Your web surfing is still visible to the websites you’re visiting, your internet service provider and your employer. If a hacker has compromised your computer, then it’s also possible for them to see what you’re doing, even if you’re in ‘incognito’ or private browsing mode.’

Please excuse me while I drop the whole damn internet into the Mariana Trench.”

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 1026 articles for us.

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