Ducky starts this video by explaining that only about 20% of women can have an orgasm from penetration alone. At the same time it is one of the most common questions women ask her. She gives several suggestions about muscle control and exercises that can increase your pleasure and the chances of an orgasm. Ducky reminds us, though, that if penetration feels good it is worth exploring whether you orgasm or not.
Megan Andelloux continues her reflections on pelvic pain with this eight-minute video. In preparation for a physician’s (and/or therapist’s) care, Megan presents the wide range of treatment options – medical, physical, sexual, etc. – available to you.
Now that they’ve gone over the non-sexual version of cuddling, Gray and Poetic are going to show how to let cuddling be the start of a more sexual interaction. It’s based around communication, consent, and most importantly intent. This clip is about the female in the “little spoon” position.
Ducky reminds you in this clip that men aren’t from Mars, women aren’t from Venus – we’re all right here on Earth, and there are fewer differences between us than you’d think. In fact, one out of every two thousand babies is born “intersex” – with both sexual characteristics. She outlines just how similar men and women are, and also how the minor differences result in some pretty significant changes in how each sex gets aroused. Erectile tissue is the key, and Ducky talks about it in depth to give you a better understanding of the anatomy of desire.
One of the most common questions Ducky gets are from women who want to know how to orgasm solely from penetration of their vulva by a penis. The problem is that there is no magic bullet; 76% of women need more stimulation than simple penetration. Ducky suggests that by broadening the definition of sex to include all the wonderful ways to stimulate a body you can stop worrying and just enjoy your orgasm the way it works for you.
Mickey Mod and Rain DeGrey begin a series on the fine art of cunnilingus with this clip. Mickey shows how he starts to warm her up and stimulate her pussy slowly and passionately. Rain gives a “play by play”, talking both about Mickey’s techniques and how her body is responding during this long and explicit video.
Vaginal, clitoral, g-spot, extended – there are many different kinds of orgasms talked about in popular culture. It brings up the question: how do I get these kinds of orgasms? Or even: Am I having the right orgasm? Ducky reassures you in this clip: yes, your orgasm is fine, because there is, in fact, only one kind of orgasm. There are, however, many different ways to trigger the orgasm, and she goes over how and why you might want to try out different techniques.
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.
Squirting, or “female ejaculation” as Ducky doesn’t like to call it, is a big deal in porn, in popular media, and sometimes between partners. However, there’s a lot of misinformation and misunderstanding about what it it, where it comes from, and how it happens. Using charts, toys, and her own cheerfully accessible way of explaining things Ducky sets the record straight. She even goes a bit into the history of sexual science to explain why squirting has been neglected for so long.
In this short clip Ducky explains why a little plastic toy from Aneros is one of her favorites. The silicone cover makes it easy to lube up and slip inside a woman and give great stimulation to various areas as well as working well in conjunction with other toys like vibes. She also explains how the EVI can even help with your kegels!
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!
Ducky Doolittle has something important to share with you: the clit, or as she calls it, THE CENTER OF THE FUCKING UNIVERSE. All joking aside, she explains why the popular conception of the clit as being a “tiny pearl” is misleading, and how understanding the actual anatomy of the area of the vulva can enable women to have much more satisfying sex. She also lays out some ways to do that, both through practice and with the help of some sex toys.
Jaiya shows off her “Red Hot Touch” as she explains how massage can bring amazing pleasure to the female genitals. She goes over several techniques and also talks about pacing and how to move from the outside to the inside as you work to pleasure the labia, the clitoris, and the vaginal canal.
Dr. Jenn has talked about how mindfulness can help your sexuality, but how do you start becoming more present? In this video she gives you some practical and easy methods such as “the Stoplight” and “the Mindfulness Bell” which can quickly and easily begin the process of developing your ability to be present.
Fingering a clit is a fine art, and Miss Jaiya has a great technique for figuring out exactly what will bring your woman closer to orgasm. Give her choices – “this or that?” and bit by bit you’ll both figure out the best moves for maximum pleasure.
Lady Cheeky and Kelly Shibari continue their demonstration of sensual self-touch by moving to the genitals. Kelly applies lotion generously to her legs, moving up to the vulva where she explores the pleasures she gets from touching herself there. They talk about how age, weight, and just plain differences in clitorises, labia, and other parts of the anatomy can change how your body responds to touch. Learning about your own particular differences is the whole point of these videos, so you can better understand what feels good to you.
Sinnamon Love finishes her discussion about positions by describing how “cowgirl” (woman-on-top) can give even more comfort and control to your partner and make anal sex great. Of course, in the end, with “patience and lots of lube” even doggy-style can be fun, and these are the clips that explain how.
Jaiya expands on her framework of “sexual types” in this clip, talking about how the types mix and match. Sometimes this leads people to feel they are incompatible, but Jaiya explains how with a few minor changes you can find a shared place of hot arousal and connection.
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.
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.
In part two of her discussion of anal sex positions, Sinnamon explains the specific techniques for entry, insertion, and movement when trying out the missionary position. She shares a wealth of detailed tips for making it the most pleasurable experience possible.
Jacq Jones has some practical pleasure tips for women who like penis-in-vagina intercourse. She talks about the finer points of fucking such as the angle of penetration, using lube and other toys, and also explains how changing a position can help solve a lot of the common problems that keep intercourse from being as good as it can be.
Sadie Lune begins a series on the best ways to keep your sex life active during pregnancy. In this clip, with the help of Poetic Desires, she demonstrates how doggie style and bent-over can be great ways to enjoy comfortable sex. Remember the pillows!