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+ Sext Adventures is a new video game that lets you sext a bot and explore technology, gender and digital intimacy. At the Hairpin, its creator Kara Stone says:

“I was thinking more about making a game everybody could play, and also explore sexuality in a cyborg light, to get people thinking about the roles of gender and technology. We often gender technology, and sentient technology might not have gender. What would that mean? How would it express desire? How would it understand humans? […]

I made it so everybody can play, but also explore some fluidity about gender and sexuality, something beyond, like, input your sexual orientation here, or input you gender, and then the game automatically calculates to that. It’s more about the more you play it, the bot develops a gender, a sexuality. The game is starting without a lot of consciousness, and then based on your answers, either develops a certain gender or rebels entirely, saying, ‘I don’t want to be that.'”

+ Another app is all about cuddling, but people are interpreting “cuddling” as “sex,” which is leading to some interesting discussion:

“When the options for what to do with another person are “sex” and “nothing”, that sharp divide makes it easier for members of a couple to assume all of the rules, rather than explicitly discussing them. That divide is an illusion, and bringing platonic cuddling into the public discussion of commitment and monogamy-and-its-variants will help couples negotiate what they are and aren’t comfortable with (and even start to explore why).”

+ At the Toast, Brooke Shelley wrote about dating other women as a trans woman:

“5. While you wait for responses, go find the queerest bar nearby. Attend events specifically targeted towards lesbians like you. Dance. Get used to dancing. The music will likely not be great. Get used to a mix of pop hits, Shakira, and Bikini Kill. Don’t try to explain why Kathleen Hanna is problematic while dancing.
6. Wonder, “why do so many of these girls have bow-ties on?”

There is no answer.”

+ At Oh Joy Sex Toy, Erika Moen reviewed the Liberator ramp/wedge sex furniture combo.

+ What happens if you get tested for HPV and end up having it?

+ If you want to learn more about anal, Refinery 29 has your back:

“There are a lot of misconceptions floating around out there about the type of person who’s down with going to butt town. But, the reality is, anal enthusiasts don’t fit a certain type. Anuses are home to some pretty sensitive nerve endings that can be quite receptive to stimulation, so it’s no wonder anal sex is a regular part of a lot of our sex lives.

On the flip side, plenty of people try it and simply don’t like it. And, then there are those folks who never try it because they’re totally uninterested in it in the first place. Still others enjoy it sparingly or choose to save it for special occasions. Some like giving but not receiving (and vice versa). This is all 100% normal.”

+ You probably think people with similar political leanings to yours smell better than those without:

“While the link between smell and attraction has long been known, how could a preference for certain smells be a tip-off politically? One hypothesis the researchers ventured was that smell preferences are evolutionary and are transmitted through mothers. ‘Humans, including mothers, spend most of their time around ideologically similar others,’ the researchers wrote. ‘If social attitudes are linked to odor, as the literature suggests, then one mechanism that odor preferences transfer from parents to children may operate through their mother’s choice of mate. In this way, social processes may drive some of the pathways by which individuals come to prefer those whose ideological ‘smell’ matches their own.'”

+ New research suggests the g-spot does not exist, again:

“Of course, it has been documented that women can and do experience heightened sensitivity when the upper vaginal wall is stimulated, so it’s not like science is outright snubbing the walnut-sized spot. Rather, the study points out that female pleasure and orgasm are more all-encompassing than previously thought, and that sensitivity exists simultaneously throughout the CUV and not just in one tiny area. Or, if you prefer your sexual science served with a Facebook analogy, ‘It’s complicated.'”

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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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