There's nothing wrong with upping the spice in the bedroom. Giving your man some visual stimulation will not only heat things up, it will also have you feeling sexy and confident. Some bedroom apparel can border the fine line of skanky, kinky, or just plain appalling. And let's face it - the thought of being lingerie clad can be a little daunting. The time has finally come to overcome these obstacles. Here are some different styles to help you sex up your life, whether you're feeling like a vixen, or just a little flirty.
It was 11:45 p.m. on a Wednesday night. My wife and I were exhausted and cozied up in bed together. We both had one thing on our minds. Unfortunately, it wasn't the same thing. I was craving sex and she was craving the season three finale of "Friday Night Lights." We were at a standstill, experiencing what some might call a "21st century marital pickle." It seems Netflix and sites like Hulu just might be the modern couple's greatest obstacles to a steady sex life. The continuous supply of great TV is so accessible and so compelling, many a good couple become hooked like crackheads and forget about making their own entertainment. Through burning eyes and next day regret, couples machete through a season of "Lost" or "The Wire," ignoring or forgetting to fuel their loins. But on this night, something in me snapped and I drew a line in the sand … with my penis. "Babe," I said, "we're in a losing battle against awesome TV. It will never end. There are too many TV shows out there; when do we get to do it?"
Burlesque superstar Jo Boobs has been wowing audiences and teaching eager exhibitionists, like myself and Margaret Cho, with her amazing va-va-voom skills. The School of Burlesque’s Headmistress Jo has taught me all my naughtiest moves, and took me from clumsy nerd to confident lap dancer.
Talking dirty during sex can be a lot of fun and add a lot to your sexual experience; however, most people don’t have any practice doing it. So it’s probably the lack of practice that’s making you nervous and embarrassed. With a little practice mixed with a bit of courage, you'll be talking sexy in no time!
When the London-bred Ben Elman married his Connecticut-born wife on New Year's Eve in 2008, he was inundated with requests from her American friends, desperate to be set up with single, British men. Two years and one aha! moment later, Ben and his wife Becca created DateBritishGuys.com, a dating site geared toward American women looking to meet and date a British guy.
As you all know, fellas are relatively visual when it comes to arousal. Because of this, we are pretty turned on by your sexy underwear... or are we? Do men like pretty lingerie because it's attractive, or because we're convinced that ladies think it's attractive? When it comes to sexy underpants, who do you dress for, really?
No matter how far along the marriage highway you've gone, there are some simple, fundamental rules of the road. Putting them into practice isn't always easy, but it's critical. If you do play by the rules, you'll make your marriage stronger, and the good stuff—fun, sex, trust, affection—will be better than ever.
The 40th anniversary of Earth Day is just around the corner! We checked in with Eco Sex: Go Green Between the Sheets and Make Your Love Life Sustainable by Stefanie Iris Weiss for two great places to buy eco-friendly undergarments. Plus, check out our top sexy and sustainable picks from each of her recommendations.
You may not have realized this, but men love boobs: their pillowy softness, the mesmerizing way in which they bounce, the responsiveness of the nips to both slight climate changes and soft caresses... So it stands to reason that the more boobage you have, the more of a man magnet you'd be. Right? We put Bust-Up Cups cleavage enhancers to the test. Did men notice?
"I specialized in pretty hardcore scenes—what we called corporal scenes. Sort of the meaner scenes," she tells Lemondrop. "Which was interesting, because it didn't seem to fit with my personality. I didn't like those sessions at the beginning. You start by doing the 'sensual sessions' that look like flirty behavior... but that just started to feel uncomfortable—too close to reality. I worked hard not to engage my sexuality in the job. So there was something thrilling about acting out this mean, violent persona. It was so far from who I was or who I'd ever been." Although we've only just met her, we believe her. It's hard to imagine this sweet-sounding professor ever trussing up a naked man like a turkey or, say, dunking his head underwater. But remember—those guys asked her to do it, they paid her for it, and all we have to say is, she worked hard for her money. As if her book weren't revealing enough—and trust us, it is!—Febos agreed to share even more. In her own words, below are 10 Things You Don't Know About My Life As a Dominatrix:
The U.S. job market tanked, the dollar crashed, and my company laid off 16 investigators. The experience left me feeling shaken and insecure. And then one day I came across a video of famed American burlesque performer Dita Von Teese dancing at the Crazy Horse. Three minutes later I was enrolled in a class to learn the art of burlesque.
Women and men are wildly different. Ladies are soft, smell nice and are purty. Most dudes are lumpy/coarse, smell like motor oil and bear meat and are generally utilitarian in terms of looks. Because of your sensuality, delicateness and otherworldliness, there are a handful of sexy things you can totally get away with doing. But it is spectacularly weird and decidedly unsexy when we try the same moves.