NSFW Lesbosexy Sunday’s Dog Ate Her Sex Toys

Feature image of Adina Powers and Scout in Crash Pad Series episode 286. 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!

Adina Powers and Scout

Adina Powers and Scout in Crash Pad Series episode 286

Sometimes, when it comes to sexuality, certain topics just feel harder to talk about than others. For instance: has your dog ever eaten your sex toys? At Elle, Claire Downs reports:

“While Dr. Myers acknowledges the similarities between pet toys and adult toys in shape and texture, she assured me that the number one reason is our smell. They love us, and love our smell, and as gross as it is, our sex toys really smell like us. Cleaning our toys and putting them away in harder to reach places is obviously recommended. But remembering to do both of those things, especially in the heat of the moment is harder.

There is also, of course, the non-scientific anecdotal revenge theory. In a few responses sent to me, many people felt that dildo destruction was an act of vengeance — on the toy’s loud noises, or on the owner. One person wrote in to tell me that their ‘$200 set of bondage rope’ was urinated on by their miniature dachshund after she was kicked out of their kink space for being too noisy. ‘She always had a dramatic way of showing her displeasure.'”

Mine has not, despite some close calls and the SEO-friendly title of this post, but she does regularly break in to my closet and nest in, specifically, any underwear she can find. What weird stuff does your pet do around your sex life?

La Muxer Diosa and Zoie Blackheart

La Muxer Diosa and Zoie Blackheart in Crash Pad Series episode 281

Ass ogling is gender neutral.

The best pre-sex meal is snacks.

Regardless of what the internet is saying this week, it’s always a good idea to ask before venting to someone. While you’re at it, remember it’s a good idea to have boundaries with people online, too.

People are are more into facesitting than ever.

Most couples you see will break up. If you recently did, here’s why it might feel harder to sleep afterwards. It’s also okay to be intimidated, or not intimidated at all, about having sex with new people, especially if you were monogamous. If you need it (who doesn’t), here’s a refresher on how to make out.

Emma Claire and Lilian Rose

Emma Claire and Lilian Rose in Crash Pad Series episode 283

How do you deal when a partner loses their job?:

“It’s normal to feel frustrated with your partner if they aren’t able to find a job as quickly as you expected, or are devoting less time to their job search than you think is right. Varma pointed out that, in some ways, you have become a caregiver, so it’s important to create healthy distance for yourself. “You should still maintain your routine. It’s so easy to get caught up in your partner’s issues,” she said. If it’s better for them to seek guidance from someone else, try not to be offended. “Help them find someone, like a job coach, recruiter, mentor, or former colleague that can help,” Varma said.”

Wanna be non-monogamous?:

“Whether you’re dating or currently in a monogamous relationship, you might want to spend some time thinking about what your ideal relationship would look like (if you’re looking for a relationship at all, that is). Do you want a relationship that’s completely monogamous? Would you prefer one that allows for occasional sexual encounters outside the relationship? Would you want your partner to be part of these experiences — for example, by swinging, or by having a threesome — or would you prefer to pursue them independently? Do you want to have multiple romantic relationships at the same time? There’s no wrong answer here, and it’s okay to change what you’re looking for over time.”

Carolyn Yates was formerly the NSFW Editor (2013–2018) and Literary Editor for Autostraddle.com. Her writing has appeared in Nylon, Refinery29, The Toast, Bitch, Xtra!, Jezebel, and elsewhere. She lives in Los Angeles by way of Montreal and Toronto. Find her on twitter or instagram.

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21 Comments

  1. One of my cats is obsessed with my feet, and will steal my dirty socks so she can roll and on them. She will nuzzle my feet when I’m sitting or laying down. This is not related to my sex life, but it feels uncomfortably like it is to her. 😽

  2. Our dog usually doesn’t intervene in our sex life, but she has checked in a few times when I’ve screamed too loud, sitting up next to the bed and staring at us. I don’t know if she’s trying to say “Are you ok?” or “Hey, some of us are actually trying to sleep!” but it looks hilarious 😂

    When I was younger I had an incident involving my cat though. I was lying in my bed masturbating. My hand must have moved the duvet in a very teasing way, because suddenly the cat pounced my crotch 🙈

  3. Oh she didn’t eat it much worse she stole it and played “keep away” with my mother who rescued it and handed it to me making the disappointed same face she did giving me a talking about how porn was disrespectful after my brother gleefully presenting my BDSM heavy porn history to her.

    Doggo #2 however has a special taste for fresh clean stretch lace panties. As a puppy she loved all fabric equally, but clean stretch lace is for some reason super delicious and a thing she’ll actively seek out.

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