In this clip Ashley Manta shares her own past experiences of being molested and raped. It is a disturbing and important testimonial because she also shares how she moved past it. Ashley talks about both the internal struggles and the external reclaiming of her body (through tattoos).
Scotty and Annie continue their series by showing some hot moves on the couch. Scotty breaks down all the body mechanics bit by bit to use posture to change Annie’s headspace from “relaxed” to “excited”. He also demonstrates some useful fingerholds for restraint, leg positioning for pressure, and comes out of it with one hand still available for all kinds of mischief!
Scotty and Annie take the techniques from earlier rough foreplay clips into the horizontal plane. Scotty shows how the same ideas of body position and gripping the clothing can turn a simple cuddle session into the beginning of some great consensual role play with a strong power dynamic.
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 Sadie expands on the idea of “self-care” in terms of sexuality while pregnant. She recommends combining the imperative of comfort with the fun of sexy in terms of lingerie, underwear, and clothing, as well as enjoying other forms of “luxury” like prenatal massage, manicures, and the like. She emphasizes that you shouldn’t look at this kind of thing as frivolous because a happy mother is going to make a healthier baby.
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.
Patricia and Mark invite you in this clip to take on a more “experimental” view of your sex life. If you are looking to explore new things with your partner, they explain, there is a sense of play and fun. This keeps any possibility of disappointment from the experience, because it’s all in the idea of “Let’s see what happens!“
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.
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.
In this clip, Miss Jaiya explains that there are four common reasons why that latest Cosmo tip isn’t working. She covers biochemistry, biomechanics, your psyche, and also scar tissue from past trauma. Aside from examples, she also describes ways to turn these obstacles into pathways to greater pleasure.
Having covered what not to do in a previous video, Kitty Stryker now suggests ways to talk with your partner about your kink during this nine-minute video. She covers approach, attitude, honesty, exploration, and compromise; as well as the many options available to experience your fantasies.
Sadie Lune knows about being sexy while pregnant. In this series of three videos, she demystifies the changes in a woman’s body during each trimester. She talks about the changes in both physical and mental ways and gives tips on how to maintain and enjoy the pregnant sexy body.
Scotty and Annie continue to illustrate ways to include forceful fantasy into your foreplay. Building on the skills learned in the “clothing” segment, Scotty teaches techniques such as how to move your hips and arms to pull your partner’s body into you with a sensual “slam.”
Andre Shakti kicks off this series of clips about your own private boudoir photography shoot with a basic question: why do it? She brings up the idea of it being a gift, either to a lover or even to yourself. It can still be hard to get up the nerve to bare it for the camera, though, so Andre gives you an exercise to help put yourself in the right mindset before the first click of the shutter.
Ducky takes some time in this short clip to talk about how the flavored lubricants can add fun to your sex life. However, she also cautions against using them in the lady bits – sugars and vaginas do not mix well. Other than that, though, Ducky has some great recommendations for adding a little more taste to your pleasure.
Danarama continues his series on rough sex during this four-minute video. He discusses creative and multi-purpose ways to incorporate fingernail scratching and spitting into your sexual play. Danarama also covers negotiation, marks, positions, techniques, and more. Stay tuned for additional rough sex clips as well.
In Part 2, Will Fredericks gives some specific descriptions of techniques and exercises for increasing your awareness of your environment and describes how that translates into lovemaking with your partner.
Will Fredericks continues this series with a two-part video on techniques for increasing your awareness of your immediate surroundings and the present moment. When you can narrow your focus, you can begin to both appreciate and share the magic of skin-to-skin contact with your lover in new and surprising ways.
Building on the concepts of part 1, Jacq Jones illustrates how several different toys can be used specifically for male anatomy to spice up your sex. She also talks frankly about the need to share your fantasies and even the way you masturbate with each other, so that you can better understand the ways sexual arousal can change in a relationship.
Jacq Jones offers a plethora of ideas for keeping the sexy magic going strong in your long-term relationship in part one of this series. As usual, it all starts with communication, but the way you tell your lover what you want can drastically improve your chances of making it happen. With ideas like the “compliment sandwich”, stocking up the “sex bank” with a nice massage, and more you can turn up the heat between you and your partner.