So you’re not looking for anything new… but something has got to change for you to feel more fulfilled in this relationship.
If one of your goals is to experience more pleasure, take a new approach to your sex life, or something similar, here are some tips and thoughts about how to craft a new year’s resolution for your sex life that will hopefully help you work toward it.
Sex between someone with a penis and someone with a vagina gets a lot of representation, but not when the penis-haver is a woman. Here’s everything you need to know about lesbian sex with trans women who have penises.
Here’s how to live your patriarchy-smashing lesbian period sex vampire dreams.
Fisting is my number one favorite penetrative queer lesbian sex move. Fisting is AWESOME. Here’s how to do it right.
What to do when you have a crush on your roommate and you’re both asexual and are definitely more than just friends and definitely don’t know what to do about it.
Sometimes you just want to have sex with your friends, and not have it be anything else. But friends with benefits isn’t the same as no-strings-attached sex. You’re friends, not strangers. Something besides sex brought you together and tied you there. Here’s how to keep it that way.
Strap-on blow jobs are subversive and super hot. Learn how to give or get one right here.
Why dental dams are the safer sex tool no one gives a shit about, and why it’s time to start.
It took be months to bring myself to ask the question I’d wanted to ask since coming out: How am I supposed to have sex if I hate my genitals?
The weight of expectation does not belong in bed with you.
Here’s how to forget about the world during sex and be present instead.
What to wear when you don’t want to channel Leather Mommi Barbie.
Share your feelings with your partner, stud.
“Sex positive” doesn’t mean you have to have sex.
Instead of thinking about how your sex life is dead, think about how it could be reborn.
“I really really want to like going down on her, but I don’t. It feels overwhelming — the smell, the taste, the trouble breathing.”
That’s what’s tricky about disabled sexuality: most people, disabled or not or anyplace in between, have no idea how to discuss it. So fear of “saying the wrong thing” takes over instead and the problem feeds itself. We never talk about it because we don’t know how to start.
What do you do when your girlfriend has a small vaginal opening and wants to have penetrative sex?
“You will have the best sex possible when you abandon yourself to pleasure.” The fastest way to find that feeling of abandon? Telling someone what to do to get you there.