The first time I asked a guy to spank me in bed, he suggested I double up on my therapy sessions. When I asked him a second time, he did it — but in a half-assed way because it wasn't his thing. While I respect that, I knew that if I didn't get properly spanked at some point soon, I was going to lose it.
Men and women usually go to the club for vastly different reasons. Men go to the club to find women, find women, and to find women. Women go to the club to sometimes find a man, but also to enjoy themselves by dancing and drinking the night away with friends. Men are reactionary creatures. If you want to know what we think about you at the club, all you need to do is evaluate one thing: Your activity at the club. Men read what women give us to read. It’s as simple as that.
After getting a good look at Brad Pitt on Oprah Winfrey, ladies can't stop talking about his new accessory: the mustache. Smitten would like to know if the mustache is a do or a don't. Did you know that testicular cancer is the most common cancer in males between ages 15-40? DearSugar reports how to check your guy for testy cancer. "Take both hands and gently cup his testicles (check both carefully). Keep in mind that testicles are usually smooth, oval-shaped, somewhat firm, and one testicle may be larger than the other. As you gently roll his business between your thumb and forefingers, feel for lumps, swelling, or hardness." The holidays are quickly approaching and if you're about to meet his parents for the first time, The Frisky says to go prepared. Before shaking their hands, it is recommended that you ask your guy what his parents are actually like. Churchgoers? Ex-hippies? Military type?
"Two years ago while recovering from the demise of a fifteen-year marriage, I responded to an invitation to join a sex party. Knowing I was newly single and in no rush to get involved in another romantic relationship a woman I worked with unexpectedly told me about her unusual hobby," —sex with multiple partners—"and urged me to attend a group sex event." Having kids and getting divorced left this woman with no sexual self-esteem. "After weaning my daughter so that I could go back to work, my breasts lost tone and sagged and my abdomen muscles were loose and flabby. At a time when I was most psychologically vulnerable, the changes in my body became a source of teasing and hilarity to my husband." Read on to find out how orgies helped her recover her sexual self.
No longer a suburban secret, sex parties just might be the next vibrator, a sexual thrill once kept hidden and now gleefully embraced by women from all walks of life. And like vibrators, sex parties come in more flavors than Ben and Jerry's. From classic swinger events to nightclubs that provide beds, to pansexual celebrations of the erotic divine, people are coming together all over the country to flirt, fondle and f**k—however their hearts (or other body parts) desire.
An at-home sex club in suburban Dallas has been shut down. The city of Duncanville decries that it is a public nuisance and has outlawed live sex acts. And the swingers are, um, swinging back. They're suing the city for something or other. The patron of the club claims that the vagueness of the law is an attempt to codify morality. Anyone ever notice that most of these things are frequented by older, sometimes less attractive folks? No one would have a problem with these orgies if it was a bunch of good-looking young go-getters. Not aging dudes with ponytails just trying to 'live the dream.'
The small town of Duncanville, Texas is back in the news. This Dallas suburb has been trying to rid themselves of the scourge that is private sex parties. They tried putting a limit on parking. And now they're saying that they're illegal for charging money. Swinging enthusiasts think that some conservatives are trying to legislate morality.