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Sensuality is the foundation of your sexuality. In order to get erotically turned on, you must be aware of your senses and all the potential pleasure that surrounds you in every moment. In our wired world, we often focus on so much digital stimulation that we forget to tune into the physical, sensual world around us. To become more erotically alive, take some time to focus on enjoying the full potential of your sensuality.
Wouldn’t it be fun to combine two of the things you love most, good food and sex? Food has been used for thousands of years to enhance our love lives and spice up our erotic play. What you eat (and of course, where and how you eat it) can have a direct impact on your sex life, affecting your hormones, brain chemistry and energy and stress levels. Some foods affect our moods, others arouse us because they are psychologically suggestive, and some can actually increase blood flow to the genitals.
Mr. Sexy Voice has been a regular phone sex caller. I never really knew what he looked like, but in MY fantasy, he was a hot, sexy, Italian-looking man with dark wavy hair, slightly muscular body, beautiful teeth, and a large unshaven cock. After a few years of chatting on the phone and sharing his most intimate secrets, Mr. Sexy Voice decided it was high time he send me a “hot” picture of himself. It’s always a dilemma for me, really.
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I couldn’t stop thinking about that call where the wife walked in and caught her husband. I guess I’ll never really forget about it since I am writing about it today. Everyone has their own opinion about what is right and what is wrong. I have always taken the stance that phone sex was a good thing. Of course I would, because it’s my business, a way of life for me, and also a way of life for a few hundred others whom I employ.
Christian Grey is damn near God-like — at least according to guests' bedside tables in The Damson Dene Hotel. Bibles have been booted and E. L. James' BDSM erotica novel 50 Shades of Grey has taken their place in every room within the English inn.
The popular summer movie Magic Mike, featuring male erotic dancers, has provided a refreshing image of men as objects of women’s sexual desire. Some of the appeal of the storyline is that is in using the idea of men as sexual objects as a punchline, something so out of the ordinary that it is funny. Gender flip flops are often used for humor, drawing on our own limited expectations for gender and self expression. And, at their best, encouraging us to think out of the box.
Think of that one person in your life you wished you could have just one night with. How far would you go to make your sexual fantasy come true?
Until I had this business, I thought that people (men) worked all day long, and had very little time to do much else. Prior to the internet really going wild, I also thought phone sex was just a quick, natural, little self pleasure that a few indulged in once in a while. A simple naughty magazine would inspire many to call and disclose private intimate thoughts and actions. The cost was nominal and the time used was very little. As a phone actress not much mattered, all was done discreetly over the phone.
I was sitting in the nail salon the other day having my bi-weekly pedicure and manicure, when a couple of “upper class” women waltzed in. We all exchanged smiles and hellos. I’ve seen the one woman a few times, so we have the ability to chat a little to break up the silence. This day however, I wasn’t so talkative; I was a voyeur, listener. The big discussion was the newest novel, “50 Shades of Grey”.
I answered my ringing phone, and heard: “I’m here, Kelly. I’m here in the room, in a sex swing - naked – and I am so horny. I really, need to be fucked, used, and treated like a bitch.” By his voice, and his words, I knew immediately it was a regular caller named Michael, the “I’m NOT gay” guy, who goes at least once a week on the hunt to meet other men in bath houses, book stores, or orgies put together in hotel rooms advertised online.
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