Our societal understanding of what we mean when we say a sex act is “vanilla” isn’t as obvious as we might think.
It could actually be that we're in the midst of a sexual revolution.
If you want to jump on the A-train or make your version of anal sex better, consider the following.
Load up on lube, communicate, and above all, realize it's not for everyone.
The first of a new column—I'm a Woman, Ask Me Anything.
Many Americans think the internal condom is totally gross. But sexual health advocates are convinced that new FDA regulations could help them go mainstream.
So why hasn't the FDA approved it?
Because nobody deserves to go in dry.
I've never been into it, but I know tons of people are. Through first-hand research and anal-ysis, I tried to find out why.
"Cat maintained eye contact entire time."
Fans "see the penis going in. They don't see me laying on the bed for half an hour squeezing water into my butt and stretching it out."
Penis size, anal sex, G-spots, oh my...