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This week’s best sex and relationships news from all around the web.
What’s Your Fetish?
What is a Fetish?
Sexual or erotic fetishism is defined as a sexual fixation on an object or non-genital part of the body. The spectrum of sexual fetish is vast and they manifest in different ways for everyone. Some people become aroused by a part of the body not traditionally considered sexual, like feet or hair. Others develop a particular lifestyle that allows them to live out their fetish on a temporary or full time basis. Fetishes and erotic lifestyles come in all forms and variants, from common to extreme. Read more …
The Guide to CBD Lube and Sex
CBD is kind of the new cronut. It's everywhere and yet, many of us are still uncertain of what exactly it is and how it might be used. We've assembled this handy guide to help answer some of the most common questions you might have before enjoying a CBD lube like Dazy. As always, if you have any concerns beyond this information, please consult with a trusted medical professional. Read more …
How to Talk About Consent (4 Lessons You Can Learn From The BDSM Community)
To make sure each partner is on the same page, kinksters have to talk about sex in a way that vanilla people — those who don't participate in kinky activities — often don't. Julie, a kinkster and sociologist in the Washington, D.C., area, believes that the communication kinksters have with one another distinguishes them from "vanillas."
"Ultimately, what it seems to come down to more than anything is not how many whips and chains are involved, but rather how openly are you willing to talk about the sex that you're having in the most blatant of terms," she says. Read more …
What You Need to Know About Sex on Your Period
"Your period might be one of your most sexually vibrant times," says licensed sex therapist Vanessa Marin. For one, you're likely off-the-rails horny, due to shifting hormonal levels. Second, having sex during this, uh, intimate time can make you feel even closer to your partner, adds certified sex therapist Holly Richmond, PhD. Read more …
By: Women’s Health
The Golden Rules of Butt Play
In case you weren’t already aware, playing with your butt can create the type of pleasure that makes you walk around the entire next day grinning to yourself like, “Wow, that happened.” (If you were already aware of this fact, my biggest congratulations to you and your backside.)
This doesn’t mean you should dive right into butt play without the proper prep. If you do this, it might not be enjoyable, which could put you off something you might otherwise be into. Plus, it could really hurt. As a sex coach and educator, it brings me great joy to offer up the following tips on how to explore your butt in the safest—and most fun—way possible. Read more …
By: SELF Magazine
The 14 Best Same-Sex Sex Positions Of All Time
There is more than enough sex content for heterosexual couples on the internet; It’s time for all you same-sex couples to shine in the bedroom. There is more than enough sex content for heterosexual couples on the internet; It’s time for all you same-sex couples to shine in the bedroom. Read more …
By: Brides Magazine
A Comprehensive Guide to Anorgasmia
Sometimes known simply as “delayed orgasm” or “orgasmic disorder,” anorgasmia is defined as the persistent or recurrent difficulty, delay in, or absence of attaining orgasm after sufficient sexual stimulation, which causes personal distress. This distress subsequently makes it even more hopeless to achieve orgasm. Read more …
By: Dame Products