Women watch porn. We might not watch it as much as men do – according to Pornhub, women make up around 25% of all visitors on the site – but it’s not quite the "guy thing" people make out either. But what sort of porn do we like to watch?
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In honour of Evil Week, I’m here to teach you how to give a lazy blowjob. First, some caveats: Penises are awesome, blowjobs are fun, and it’s important to be as generous and giving with your partner as you would like them to be with you. But sometimes it’s late, you’re tired, and you just want to get your partner off without a ton of effort. Here are some ways to give a great blowjob, the lazy way.
Anatomically, all orgasms come from the same place even if some feel different than others. An orgasm is simply our body releasing blood back into the bloodstream after it’s been pumped to pressure point to an aroused area and there is only one physical type for both men and women - no matter how much we try to pretend there are more.
But while the process might always be the same, the feeling registered in the brain isn’t.
If you’re reading this, it’s quite possible you have - or at the very least, someone you know has - tried a sex toy. And of course why wouldn’t you? They’re great. You might use yours every day or only break it out as a birthday treat, either way it’s likely to give you some bloody awesome orgasms. The kind of orgasms, in fact, that you might want for your significant other. If you need more persuading as to why your boyfriend needs a sex toy then here are seven failsafe reasons.
Foreplay is something that you don’t even have to think about in the early stages of a relationship. Getting turned on just by holding hands and being together, leading onto kissing, stroking and then the removal of clothes for even more intimate touching - all that spine-tingling good stuff generally comes pretty naturally while you’re still getting to know each other. This guide is aimed at everybody else.
When you think about sexual desire, you usually only thing of one thing — craving sex. But there are actually two completely different types of sex drive: Spontaneous desire and responsive desire. Read on for the differences between the two, how to know which one you are, and what it means for your sex life.
It’s time to get frank, blokes. Do you orgasm more quickly than you’d like to? Is it causing you (or your partner) anxiety or frustration? Then don’t fret, take action. The great news is that there’s a really simple way to do something about it – and the even better news is that you’re going to enjoy it!
If 'beautiful' is not the first word that springs to mind when you think about sex toys, I can't say I'm surprised. "Sexy" - I understand. "Orgasmic" – makes total sense.
However, sex toys can be objects of beauty. Some toys are made from glass or steel, sporting clean lines and elegant silhouettes. These exude a classic kind of beauty. Others are brightly coloured and almost abstract, instantly capturing your attention not unlike some forms of modern art.
Nope, we're not talking about putting your penis in your lady's arsehole. We're talking about stimulating your arsehole. If you're like many straight guys, your interest in this article just plummeted. Lots of straight men are turned off by the idea of anal play (to be fair, many bi and gay men are too), and as a result are missing out on a whole world of fun. Today we're here to convince you that it's time to stop ignoring your arse.
A few months ago, I shoved a freaky contraption up my vagina to strengthen my pelvic floor muscles in a quest for earth-shattering orgasms (for science, of course).
Lying in bed, staring at my ceiling while concentrating on squeezing my pelvic muscles with a giant piece of plastic up my hoo-ha isn't exactly fun so I quickly gave up on it. But Elvie, a discreet toy that gamifies vaginal exercises, does look like a better option.