It's 2010. Everybody and their father has admitted to using and enjoying sex toys. We gals, in particular, can attend nary a girl's night, book club meeting or parent-teacher conference without ultimately comparing favorite vibrators. But we all know, like sex itself, vibrators can be totally awesome or frightening and weird. A sex toy designer divulges the newest and weirdest in adult toy innovation. Here at Lemondrop we're often like, "Hey, what gives, sex industry? Who invents this stuff?" Answer: Chad Braverman. Well, not just Chad. But he's an actual "adult novelty" designer (for venerable house of naughty-bit ticklers, Doc Johnson), has actually won some awards for his R-rated creations, and he agreed to answer some of our silly questions
The last bastion to flying one's freak flag unfettered is the sex club. These palaces of pleasure and pain were impenetrable to squares...until now. According to USA Today a museum in Vienna is offering a glimpse at what goes on at a swinging sex party…the morning after. The Secession, a modern art museum in Austria's most famous city is now, temporarily, the home to a club called Element6.
If you're familiar with writing about love, sex and everything in between, you know Em & Lo. What you may not know, unless you get UK Channel 5, is that they turned their best-selling 2008 book, Sex: How To Do Everything, into a TV mini-series. I had a chance to interview them about the show and their experience creating it.
I thought I'd had "rough sex" before; I'd been spanked on my butt plenty of times, had my hair pulled, even been caned once while strung up with my hands over my head. That hurt, and I cried, and I liked it, because I'm submissive like that, but it was just a one-time thing. I'd had plenty of encounters with talking dirty, spinning all sorts of nasty fantasies, where, most of the time, I was on the receiving end of some very hot epithets. But I'd never wanted to be choked until I got together with the guy I'm dating now.
There's nothing wrong with a hot-n-heavy game of dirty cowboy. And according to Deborah Yvette Parker, that's all she and her commonlaw husband, Broderick Craig Crachian, were partaking in when he died of an accidental gunshot wound to the chest. Describing her as "extremely distraught," Parker's court-appointed attorney, Murray Newman, explained to the Houston Chronicle that: "She loves him, and this is just a terrible accident."
A group of editors, TV people, and local women descended upon a giant villa at the Sunset Marquis last night, and even though I hardly knew anyone, it wasn’t awkward at all. I grew up in a house where we never ever ever ever ever talked about this stuff (still don’t), but honestly, I heard about everything imaginable last night, and I didn’t even blush! It was fun.
Poll: What's Your Favorite Bedroom Food?: Sauces (chocolate syrup, strawberry sauce) Whipped Cream Fruit (grapes, cherries) No food for me, thanks.
Hugh Jackman's wife Deborra-Lee Furness appreciates a little bit of dress up in the bedroom. So the sexiest man alive does his husbandly duty and dresses as the mutant X-Men member Wolverine. Who knew these 2 had this sort of kink going on? Only in Australia...
Today the Daily Bedpost turns us on to The Great Big Chart of Fetishes, a color-coded flow-chart of sorts, listing and linking various sexual proclivities to one another. (The chart is photo-free and safe for work, unless you've got an eagle-eyed boss, or a screen that projects onto a wall—hey, it happens.)