Scotty and Annie talk about the importance of remembering the “fantasy” part of dominant/submissive role play. While it’s fun to indulge in the idea of not having any say in what happens to you, the reality is that you are responsible for yourself on a very basic level. They explain how to engage that responsibility while still keeping the play hot and sexy for both of you.
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.
In the final long and explicit clip in the series Miss Ali first talks about the various ways she “reads” her partner’s body so she can give him pleasure. This is a lot more than just watching his cock, and she also talks about the satisfaction that can be gotten from just giving. In the second half she continues to show various ways of using the Tenga including having Gray hold it, using it on his balls, and other nifty tricks with this fun sex toy. She also covers cleanup after the pleasure is done.
Worried about pain during intercourse? Dr. Heather Howard explains in this clip some of the possible reasons the vagina may seem too “tight” before and during intercourse. Beyond explaining the “why”, she offers several suggestions for dealing with it such as increasing arousal and using lubrication. Dr. Howard also explains that there are medical conditions that can also cause this phenomenon, and when it would be a good idea to consult a sexual health professional.
In a hyper-connected and “quantified self” society it’s easy to try and judge our own sex drives by what we think other people are doing. Ducky’s here to say that’s not a good idea. Averages do not give a realistic picture of what is actually going on in everyday life, and every person’s libido goes through cycles of increased or decreased activity. She explains that it’s possible to love both your own cycle of desire and your partner’s, and know that whatever your desire level is, it is part of you and not a judgement on anything else.
In this clip Rain and Mickey continue to show various techniques for creating and sustaining a sexual mood even when you’re fully clothed. Rain pays special attention to the fact that intent is the prime focus – it’s not just about the actions, it’s about the authentic desire you and your partner feel.
In this clip Mark and Patricia dispel the myth that you have to be “totally aware” in order to have good energetic sex. In fact, they say that’s crazy! They suggest instead that you work on “levels of awareness” so that you can enjoy the things you want to, that enhance your sexual experience and connection, and let the other things go. They also give some concrete suggestions on integrating that idea into your current sexual practice.
In this clip Mark and Patricia invite you to try changing up the way you breathe during sex. By first observing and then consciously breathing you can expand your pleasure. They also explain a few other fun ways you can play around with breathing, including the exciting and intimate “reciprocal breathing” technique.
In this segment Mark and Patricia talk about “the Big O”, but not in the usual way. They explain how the typical orgasm (for males, usually) progresses during sex, and then suggest an alternative. They explain how the tantric method can expand the power of the orgasm to create a psychological, physical, and even spiritual experience.
In this clip Rain and Mickey talk about everyday arousal: how can you keep things hot during the times that your clothes need to stay on? Rain talks about various kinds of flirtations, “making out” with the erogenous zones not covered by clothes, and even some tricks to use when you’re out shopping. This is just part one, so come back to learn even more great tricks for keeping the fires burning between you and your partner.
Scotty and Annie demonstrate the sensual potential of adding a simple length of chain to your toy collection. Scotty explains how to use both the texture and the sounds of the chain to maximum effect, gracefully combining both safety and sexuality as he uses the chain to stimulate Annie in a variety of ways.
Often sex can be a kind of haphazard exchange of various activities between two people with just a hope that everyone will get what they want. Mark and Patricia suggest in this clip that by “isolating” the activities – that is, one person purely being the giver, the other solely the receiver – you can examine and learn much more about the kinds of pleasure possible for you both.
While the clitoris is a wondrous part of the body, there are times it gets too much attention. Inspired by the similarly-titled clip by Ducky Doolittle, Gray and Naiia demonstrate how different parts of the vulva can give different sensations. Gray also illustrates various techniques for finding and stimulating the right spot, while Naiia models excellent nonverbal communication and feedback.
This clip helps cover two subjects that Ducky commonly talks to women about. First is the idea that how wet a woman is indicates how aroused she is (short answer: sometimes, not always). Second is about various kinds of lubricants that are good to have on hand to help make sex more fun and easy. She also talks about some safety and hygiene concerns to keep in mind for a happy pussy.
Scotty and Annie continue to demonstrate the classic kink, OTK spanking, in this clip. Annie gives some feedback on why her position is just right for her arousal, while Scotty illustrates the ways that variations in tempo and intensity can add a lot to the experience. They also touch on the “sweet spot” – literally – and give a thorough exploration of this kind of OTK spanking.
In part 2 of their series on getting things started in bed, Dylan and Mickey talk about how to wake up your partner with a desire for sex, as well as ways that Dylan likes to use her thighs and hands to communicate her desire to her partner.
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.
It’s entirely possible for men to have non-ejaculatory orgasms! Jaiya has interviewed many men who have mastered this technique, and in this clip she outlines exactly how. It takes practice, relaxation, muscle control, and lots and lots of practice – but the rewards, Jaiya assures, are worth it!
Stefanos and Shay demonstrate in this clip how you can find the hidden erogenous zones of your partner. They explain how it’s easy to get stuck in a rut with an old partner, or simply be unsure with a new one, of where their hot spots are. With sensual exploration you can discover new paths to intimacy and arousal for both of you.
Dylan Ryan & Mickey Mod continue to talk about the ways you can initiate sex with your partner by taking it to a more assertive level. This can just be unmistakable cues of body language or go all the way to forcefully holding hands over the head. Dylan also points out that you can use the whole body of your partner, not simply the sexual parts, for your assertive expression of affection.
The debate about the g-spot seems to pop up in magazines, newspapers, even pop TV shows. Ducky simplifies it – sort of. She explains exactly where it is, how to find it in any vagina, but then she explains the not-so-simple part. How a woman responds to g-spot stimulation varies widely, from “not at all” to “multi-orgasmic”, and there are a lot of factors that can affect response. She goes over them and explains why it’s worth getting to know the g-spot.
Scotty and Alex get “hands-on” in this next segment in their Spanking series. The “Over the Knee” or “OTK” spanking is great for giving full support and making the skin available for a wide range of sensations. Scotty and Alex demonstrate several techniques as well as talking about how to combine the spanking with other sensual techniques.
While Ducky is a huge fan of the clit in general, she knows that for some women the clit is either non-responsive or else far too responsive to really feel good when being stimulated. Ducky explains how the former can be due to a past injury and scar tissue, with specific recommendations for healing. She also has some great ideas for over-sensitivity making this a great addition to the GirlGasm series!