No more lugging your comforter to a laundromat to wash it every week. Get a little messy with body paints? Just throw down your Liberator Fascinator Throw and you won’t have to fight over who has to sleep on the sticky spot. Hands get a little slippery during a massage? Craving some period sex? I think you get my point.
I use my body as a science experiment, locking myself in my room and masturbating with different techniques, always attune awareness to my body’s reaction when I engage certain muscles or move my fingers in a particular fashion. The first time I am able to replicate the same squirting from sexual experiences in a solo mission was an ‘Aha’ moment to say the least.
London’s Lawrence Alkin gallery recently exhibited Paramour, a provocative, erotic art series created by Nick Smith. Using Pantone® styled color paint chips, Smith fashions them together along with words and text from Shakespeare and other romantic novels. The images are accompanied by flowing text where the number of words equals the total of color chips.
Having a little junk in your trunk is not a bad thing. Except when it gets in the way of having the porn-star sex you’ve always dreamed of. No matter your size, it takes practice to make sex feel sexy and not like you are two space aliens trying to figure out how the human body works. Let’s take a look at some intimate sex positions designed just for plus-size lovers.
Hilde Atalanta is the creative force behind the Vulva Gallery. Her popular website showcases a series of adorable illustrations of zoomed in vulvas. An empowering artist, Hilde Atalanta is using her art for celebrating the diversity of female genitalia. Her inspiring messages along with whimsical illustrations is teaching women to be more accepting of their vulvas.
When it comes to sharing our sexual needs and desires things can sometimes get too personal. Much like discussing money, we are discouraged from talking about sex in direct ways. The funny thing twist in all of this, though, is we watch plenty porn together but can’t bring ourselves to feel comfortable about our own sexuality.
The reality to getting what you want with a new or existing partner is to talk openly about every aspect of your sex life. By communicating our feelings honestly, and creating clear limits, and then honoring them is what makes everyone happier and healthier. Here’s are ways to make negotiating better sex feel less like buying a car and more like discovering a hidden treasure.