Spanking parties aren't all bondage gear and sex toys. They're surprisingly ... normal.
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.
Los Angeles has picked up on the trend of dating by smell.
"Pheromones" (pronounced: fare-oh-moans; getting sexy already) are bio-chemical scents released by fauna and flora to elicit an involuntary response in cohorts, predators and prey. Traditionally, when we use the word, we mean sex pheromones, i.e. the olfactory version of singing Nine Inch Nail's "Closer" while looking you directly in the eye.
Sharia and a law banning "group licentiousness" harsh some Asian mellows.
A Malaysian politician is in hot water after taking a second wife. While it wasn't against the law for him to engage in polygamy, he just had to run it by his first wife first. Her consent was required to inform the Sharia court that the second was OK. And a college professor in China is facing three and a half years in jail on grounds of "group licentiousness." Essentially, the educator was having orgies and group sex is bad for business in the People's Republic of China. It doesn't seem like privacy is much of a concern there, but how would you feel if your next-door neighbor was getting into those kind of shenanigans?
The founders of NYC sex party Chemistry reveal what goes on behind closed doors.
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.
Sex parties helped one woman rediscover her sexuality after having kids and getting divorced.
"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.
The lingerie's company's new ad campaign is a sexy, slinky, dreamy orgy.
Ohmigod. The new Agent Provocateur ad campaign, "Season of the Witch" is out and it's a gothic orgy! Inspired by tableaux vivant (French for living picture), the campaign features slinky garters-clad women squeezing pomegranates, wielding skulls and leather whips and making virgins into slaves.
Orgy advice: your guide to getting it on at a party.
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.
A swinging TV reporter, naked parade and teen streakers.
Our friends over at Scanner had a bunch of stories involving nudity yesterday, and we gladly point them out to you today.
First, they told us about Las Vegas TV reporter Jeff Gradey, who was fired from his job at the Vegas ABC affiliate after management saw a Craig's List ad from him and his girlfriend soliciting "a hot, nasty girl who needs to cum." Scanner's got some other good, naked tidbits (with pics!) as well: New Zealand porn producer and mayoral candidate Steve Crow staged a parade complete with naked film stars. Crow reassured reporters that he would tell the women "to keep the jiggling to a minimum and not to do anything that would be deemed offensive." And finally, Scanner reports that a high school party in New Hampshire got out of control and ended with teenagers running naked through the streets.
Texas has had a law in the books making sex toy sales illegal. Something about lewdness, turpitude, etc. But that law was recently overturned by the 5th Circuit Court. They said that the 14th Amendment was some how infringed. Sex toys in Texas? Don't that beat all.