Whether you are a 'Fifty Shades of Grey' fan or not, you can probably appreciate that the book has brought awareness to individuals, homes and now college campuses. Not just any college campus, Harvard University. Here is what they are likely to know about sex and kink in the Ivy League.
What comes to mind when you think of Harvard students? Impeccable grades? A quaint campus in Boston? What about kinky, Fifty Shades of Grey-style sex in handcuffs? Meet Harvard's newest student organization: Harvard College Munch, a sex club.
Robert Pattinson's dad, Richard Pattinson, wants to accompany his son to a sex club. Robert is starring in the newly released Bel Ami and the actor recently visited Berlin and was impressed with the city's notorious sex club, the KitKatClub. In fact, Rob was so taken with the place that he told his father about it and suggested they visit it together.
Most men enjoy strippers. Even the ones who do not actively visit strip clubs like the idea of a sexy woman dancing naked for them. Throw in the fact that men are visual animals with a genetic predisposition to breed with as many women as possible in order to successfully spread their genetic seeds. You can see the appeal on a purely instinctual level.
If it is happy and you are interested in some girl, you probably know how hard is to know if is happy, also. Of course, you would not want to ask it for sex tonight to hear a large one not because is directly that is because at times is not really clear if the girl is also happy. The clothes and stylizes. There are certain types of clothes that does an attractive look of dating personals women a little more male.
America's golden age—that is, its sexy stewardess era—of aviation might be over, but Asian airlines still uphold a reputation for hiring beautiful female flight attendants. Over in Japan, Japan Airlines is struggling to curb the smuggling of flight attendant uniforms to the country's sex clubs. Since announcing bankruptcy in January, JAL has worked to prevent former employees (among others) from selling their uniforms to the black market, which drop major bank for outfits that come with a polaroid of their previous owner.
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.
BDSM torture area. Check. Voyeurism peep hole. Check. Dad, grandma and sister on the payroll. Check. Welcome to the Power Exchange, a sex club unlike any other in San Francisco, California. Like a lot of sex clubs, there's a place to get spanked and a plethora of comfortable, water-resistant furniture. But unlike any we've come across before, it's family owned and operated and has been since 1995. That said, we don't think we'll be bringing Aunt Josie there anytime soon.
How much debauchery is too much debauchery? This is what New York City's bawdy, burlesque night club, The Box, is grappling over after after a New York magazine feature described the sexual performances that go on inside in graphic detail. All of the above examples are from New York's piece.
Meet KennyBlunt and SheilaMonster—a sexually adventurous married couple with a shared appreciation for Burning Man and burlesque. Frustrated with the limitations of the traditional "swinging" scene they experienced at sex parties, the duo formed an exclusive N.Y.C. sex party called Chemistry. The couple place ambiance at a premium—Chemistry books burlesque acts and "awesome" DJs for the event -- and its locale in rented Brooklyn loft spaces is both elegant and welcoming. "People can walk in jeans and sneakers or tuxedos and be equally comfortable," says Sheila. Tango sat down with Kenny and Sheila to discuss the party, the meaning of "lifestyle," and the ways sex clubs can rev up your sex life.
Dedicated to fetish, fantasy, and unbridled want, it would seem that orgies are environments open to boundless possibility. Indeed, when I dragged my husband to our very first sexy soiree, I prepared for our night out with the determination to be ready for anything. I stuffed a large purse with my favorite vibrator, a pair of handcuffs, an assortment of condoms, extra batteries, lube, and massage oil. I considered including my purple tickler, and a wide-tipped riding crop, but balked at bringing such items so brazenly onto my regular NJ Transit bus. I was a former Girl Scout, well-versed in the lessons of being prepared. My bag was heavy enough to bruise my shoulder, and cause lower back pain. God forbid I be unprepared for any possible instance of sexual pleasure. There are some things, however, you can never be fully prepared for, good Girl Scout intentions aside. After an evening with the debauched and insatiably desirous, I learned a thing or two about what NOT to do.
I am a closet exhibitionist. The vast majority of my masturbation fantasies involve me having sex with one or several partners, while one or several other people look on. Planes, trains, automobiles, construction sites, fishing boat—any public venue works in my dirty mind's eye. But sexual fantasies, I've learned, aren't the same as sexual desires. I needed to find out if living out my most deeply held sexual fantasy would be all it was cracked up to be in my head. My partner is squeamish about public sex in the "real world," but he did agree to take me to a sex club where we could get it on in a room full of other couples doing the same. Neither of us was a stranger to the idea of sexual adventure, but this particular kink was new to us both, so it was a shared initiation.