Megan Andelloux introduces bacterial vaginosis during this seven-minute video. She defines “BV” and then discusses the two main causes as well as several additional causes. Megan describes the symptoms of BV (and chronic BV) as well as the medical treatment options. She also recommends concrete ways to prevent bacterial vaginosis.
Most people focus on the genitals and secondary areas like the nipples, according to Ducky, when they’re talking about sex. However, there are many more places that can turn you on, and she tries to get to each and every one in this clip! Starting from the pc muscles essential to everyone’s orgasm and working all the way out to the tips of the hair, Ducky talks about the many ways you and your partner can explore the intimacy of turning each other on.
Rain DeGrey is an unabashed fan of analingus, or “rimming” as it’s commonly known. Using the tongue to stimulate the highly-sensitive anal area can be amazingly intimate and pleasurable. Mickey shows how to use a barrier such as a dental dam to deal with any hygiene concerns, and they both explain how to use the tongue for maximum effect when going down on a partner like this.
Graydancer and Naiia begin a series on anal play for couples by starting small – using a soft silicone version of . Gray begins with some soft sensation play, drawing on some of the techniques described by Ducky Doolittle and Jaiya here in other clips on PassionateU. Naiia takes the plug into her when she’s ready and wanting it, and you get to see some of the sexy fun possible with this kind of toy.
Dr. Heather Howard completes her series on alleviating pain during sex by covering the final two “P’s”: position and pleasure. She recommends several methods to position yourself for maximum comfort including using special “sex furniture” and then goes into ways to increase the level of arousal and find a way for the sexual needs of both partners to be met.
Jaiya goes over the first of her two anal massage clips by talking about how to warm up and pleasure the external anal sphincter. She talks about why this is a great source of pleasure regardless of sex and then shows several techniques for fingers and hands. Jaiya also talks frankly about the need for good communication with your partner so that you both can get what you want from this technique.
It’s easy to think of a man getting sexually excited and erect, but you don’t hear much about women’s erectile tissue. That’s because it’s on the inside, Ducky explains, and goes on to show exactly where it’s located and – even better – how you and your partner can stimulate it to increase your sexual pleasure.
Mickey Mod and Dylan Ryan are very enthusiastic about analingus! That is, oral stimulation of your partner’s anus. They explain many of the misconceptions about rimming (such as the idea that it is “dirty”) and go on to demonstrate several techniques and positions to enjoy this sexual act.
In this clip Graydancer goes over the perspective of the man (or woman) on top when doing 69. He shows how to use the arms and hands to comfortably get access to your partner’s yummy bits, and also goes over a few things not to do as well.
Lady Cheeky does a thorough overview of sex toys in this clip with a particular focus: these are toys that have particularly helped women over 40 find more sexual satisfaction. She goes over g-spot stimulators, vibrators, dildos, vaginal and anal and lubricants, with plenty of tips for how to integrate these into your sex life whether you’re with a partner or not.
Charlie Glickman, with the help of a little squeeze ball, demonstrates several methods for massaging your man’s prostate. He also explains how to incorporate this into love making in terms of timing, the “ramping up” method, and how to not ruin his orgasm.
Alice in Bondageland continues her series on anal play with this seven-minute video. She first discusses prostate play; Alice then explains how to remove a butt pug, introduces how to wear a strap-on harness, and demonstrates how to insert a strap-on dildo. She continues her series by showing additional anal play positions in her next video.
Dr. Charlie Glickman provides a road map of how to locate the pleasure center of your man’s prostate. He explains how the gland can change depending on the state of arousal, plus what kinds of signals both you and he can feel to let you know you’re on the right track to mind-blowing prostate massage.
Dr. Charlie Glickman has a key piece of advice for you in terms of anal play: don’t do what you see in porn. Slow and deliberate are the key concepts. He explains in this clip just how your technique can make sure that the insertion of something like a finger can be no problem at all.
Charlie Glickman explains in this clip about the similarities between prostate play and the techniques of stimulating the female “g-spot.” He talks about how the same type of curled-finger motion can bring pleasure, as well as other similarities in the feeling. He recommends every man try it out and learn about “all kinds of fun” from the male g-spot.
Ducky Doolittle enthusiastically explains why your guy’s butt can be a huge source of pleasure, even if they are wary of it. She outlines a few different methods for how to approach the area with sensitivity and with respect for your man’s boundaries. Whether it’s just a touch or going inside for direct prostate stimulation, this clip shows you just how to get to it.
Alice in Bondageland instructs her submissive to ride her strap-on during this seven-minute video. She has him demonstrate two particular positions, and she discusses the value of the various angles of penetration too. Alice also adds vibration to increase the pleasure for both herself and her submissive. Stay tuned for more in her next video.
Ned Mayhem continues his series on male masturbation during this nine-minute video. He introduces butt play by first addressing some misconceptions and commenting on the value and pleasure of body exploration. Ned then takes you through the process of anal penetration with your finger – and he discusses lubrication, duration, depth, cleanliness, prostate stimulation, orgasm, and much more. Stay tuned for Ned’s next clip on male masturbation.
Rain DeGrey talks about the next step in cleaning out your booty before anal play. She continues to explain the best way to use an enema, teaching the secrets to a happy and spotless ass.
Danarama continues his demonstration of rough sex during this four-minute video. He shows how to use your fingers and hands during sex to heighten the experience of rough sex. Among other things, he suggests various ways to increase the woman’s experience of fullness during sex and also how to continue intercourse even after the man’s orgasm.
Dr. Heather Howard continues her recommendations to reduce sexual pain during this six-minute, part-two video. She emphasizes the second “P” in this clip – protection – by suggesting various moisturizers, cleansers, lubricants, and barriers. Dr. Howard covers position and pleasure in her next clip in the series.
Rain DeGrey begins a short series about a very important first step in anal play: “cleaning your booty.” As she puts it, a clean ass is a confident and relaxed ass and that makes anal play much better for everyone. She talks about one of the common mistakes she and other novice ass players have made with enemas and explains how you can avoid the same problem.
Ned Mayhem brings butt-play to the next level for male masturbation with the inclusion of an Njoy Pur butt plug. He goes over both safety and pleasure in this 7-plus minute clip, including his personal recommendations for lube. Ned also describes every step for using the butt plug from slowly warming up the ass to the best way to stimulate the prostate when you’re on the edge of an orgasm. Most of all, he lets you know it’s alright to find the butt plug that’s best for you, taking away the fear of “too much” or “not enough.”