This week, The Guardian reminds us that lesbians are having better sex than straight women. Just in case you’d missed the previous media memos, which have been issued countless times over the last several years—often enough by men and with a degree of giddy emasculation, naked-lady stock art, and mysticizing of…
Women are fighting for a lot of rights in Hollywood and that means showing our whole truth. We masturbate! And Maggie Gyllenhaal believes everyone should know what that looks like if they don’t already.
Right around puberty, I discovered the glory of an orgasm. In 9th grade, it happened for the first time with a guy. We didn’t have sex but everything else had been enough. I remember thinking that I didn’t know what just happened or how, but I wanted it to happen every freaking day for the rest of my life.
There is no longer any excuse for heterosexual men, as a group, to be bad at sex.
In this clip from an episode of I Am Cait, Caitlyn and her traveling sisterhood learn (while teaching others) how to have a gender-free orgasm in the most intimate and non-awkward setting imaginable: a workshop.
On a macro-level, maybe not so much.
Surely it has happened to most of us, at some point or another: after the rush of coital bliss comes, inexplicably, sadness. Melancholy. Fear. Tears, even. What is it, and why does it happen?
Anyone who has embarked on a first-time hookup with a man knows the following: it can be terrible, just OK, or great, but it’s highly unlikely you will get off. Is this a fixed truth of casual sex, or is there something we can do to change it?
Do you know your vibrator history? A rich background of labor and creativity supports the orgasms you now enjoy. Let us take a moment to give thanks to those who came before us and, in turn, helped us to come harder.
A Queens woman is suing hosiery company Kushyfoot—"the first brand in women's hosiery to incorporate the ancient healing art of Reflexology in its products"—alleging deceptive business practices because the shaping tights she purchased did not, in fact, deliver a magical fatigue-lifting massage. Sadly, they were "just…
If you're having sex with someone and you don't get off, how often after the sex does the person immediately attempt to remedy that? Usually? Sometimes? Never? I would argue that whosoever is eager to try either already knows how to get you off, or will do anything to find out. However, that is not always a good thing.
Last week, the world was introduced to Dale Decker, a Wisconsin man who had lost everything due to a debilitating injury that has left him at the mercy of his sexual organs. Now, the man who can't stop climaxing has spoken out, saying that "it hurts, but it feels good at the same time."
By now surely you've heard of simultaneous orgasms, or at least of someone who knows someone who had one that one time. The literature is sketch because everyone who reports on their own sex life is a given liar. That doesn't mean you can't still chase this mythical beast. The good news: We want to help.
According to a new study, lesbians have more orgasms than straight or bi women, but we're all still having less orgasms than men. Yet another glass ceiling for womynkind to shatter (but this one is more fun than the rest of them because it's shattered via sexual climax).
So you know that TV/movie/life trope? The one where two people are getting down and dirty and just as they begin to have sex, the dude finishes unexpectedly and sheepishly utters some take on the phrase "Uh, this never happens…" Well, actually it does happen. A lot.
Welp, the jig is up. All the hard work you've poured into "studying" up and making your sexy moanin' and groanin' sound as authentic as possible is for nought. It turns out, people are much better at reading their sexual partners and their satisfaction than popular culture would have us believe. Not that that's a…
How many types of orgasms do you think a woman's downstairs business can achieve? One? Two? A THOUSAND? Well, there's actually been a fair share of debate about it in the scientific community, with some arguing that two types are possible (one through vaginal stimulation and the other through clitoral) and others…
Scientists have finally quit goofing around with all that cancer-research and time travel nonsense and moved on to working on something actually important—orgasms.
If a person moseys over to YouTube and searches "subwoofer orgasm," a surprising number of results come up. A shocking number, really. Turns out, there's an entire subgenre of YouTube videos featuring women who are so overcome by the vibrations created by the loud bass that they have no choice but to have incredible…