Gray and Poetic talk more in this clip about how cuddling can lead directly into sexual contact such as fellatio. They emphasize that communication and consent are essential, and also that there is no rush when you’re cudding. Whether it’s just an afternoon of stroking your partner or the beginning of some wild 69, cuddling can be a hot part of your sexy repertoire.
Now that she’s maneuvered her hand into a handjob-type situation, Poetic shows some of the techniques for dealing with clothing and increasing both intimacy and sensation. Again, the enjoyment for both Gray and Poetic is in the touching for it’s own sake, and the feeling of connection.
The next part of this series focuses on the woman initiating sex from a snuggly feeling. Poetic demonstrates several erotic techniques for caressing, touching, whispering dirty talk. She is working her way towards the cock, but that is covered – and uncovered – in part 2.
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.
There are a lot of clips about kissing on PassionateU, but this one is particularly about kissing parts of the body other than the lips. Gray and Poetic demonstrate and talk about the ways that consent and communication can make a good make out session even better.
When playing with the role play of power exchange, the way you interact with each other nonverbally is just as important as what you say. In this clip Scotty draws on the principles of body language, sports, and fantasy to reinforce the power dynamic between the man and the woman.
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.
Do you like the word “moist”? How about your partner? Better figure it out before you have that hot phone sex session! Ashley talks in this clip about how important it can be to make sure you’re both aware of what kind of words, ideas, and fantasies turn you both on. She goes over several different areas, from the kinds of acts you want to talk about to the kind of grammar you’re going to be using, so that when you pick up the phone you are ready to keep things on the sexy side.
Once you know that you want to have some hot phone sex, it can still be embarrassing to tell your partner. Ashley talks about some of the preconceptions and shame that can come along with the idea of phone sex, but she also talks about how to overcome them. She gives you some concrete examples of how to ask for what you want in a way that will establish boundaries, consent, and sexiness with your partner.
Scotty and Annie talk about role-playing the fantasy of “consensual nonconsent” in this clip, focusing on the most important tool for that kind of play: the safeword. That is a word used to let the other person know either that things are not ok, that they are ok, or both. Whether it’s some strange word like “petunia” or the more traditional “red, yellow, green”, understanding this concept and how to use it is a key part of a good power exchange relationship.
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.
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.
Reid Mihalko begins his discussion on tips for sluts – to help reduce emotional drama and upset – during this six-minute, part-one video. He suggests group sexual activities, carefully designed one-on-one experiences, clear communication, and more. Stay tuned for additional insights in Reid’s upcoming clips.
Kitty Stryker talks very seriously about the difficulties that survivors of sexual trauma can have talking about their experience. She covers concepts such as triggers, nonverbal consent, and the ways that two people can find a place of shared understanding and pleasure.
Scotty and Annie show some simple ways to use clothing as a tool of dominance. Scotty shows where and how you can use a firm grip and the body positions covered in earlier clips to make your play more “raw”. Of course, all of it is consensual and that makes it even hotter! Stay tuned for more Rough Foreplay clips to come.
Now that they’ve covered foreplay, Mickey and Rain get their breast sex into full gear in this clip. Rain talks about her two favorite positions for having Mickey’s cock between her breasts. She also describes things like when to add lube to the fun and other details of hot sexy fun with her breasts.
Scotty and Annie demonstrate how the fantasy of control can be heightened with the use of a couple of simple physical techniques. They show the “two-on-one” hold as well as the “thumb” hold and talk about how it’s all in a context of fun and consensual role-play.
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.
Jacq Jones from “Sugar the Shop” in Baltimore talks about the nuts and bolts of making a kinky “scene” work. Not surprisingly, honest communication is key, but the way you express yourself can be important as well. Whether it’s using colors like “red” and “green” or simply adjusting the way you’re doing a role play or even using your safeword, Jacq lays out just how to make sure you both get to your happy place as you explore your kink.
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.
Scotty and Annie delve into the finer points of including the throat and neck in your consensual fantasy role-play. Starting with determining the “sensitive” spots, Scotty takes you step-by-step through different techniques with enthusiastic commentary by Annie.
Kitty Stryker talks about ways you can use words to create consensual situations even when in the middle of it all. Using strategies like “non-attachment to outcome” and creative thinking you can respect limits and boundaries but still have a fun, hot time with your partner.
Do you have a fetish for sex in public places? You’re not alone, and Kim Airs from GrandOpening.com has a lot of suggestions that can make it better. In this clip she talks about making sure it’s really what you want, and also about picking out the right location. Keep in mind that sex in public is illegal in most places, and this clip is not condoning breaking the law.
Scotty teaches how you can do rope bondage even if you can’t tie your shoes! Using a simple method of wrapping known as the “catspaw” he demonstrates a comfortable, safe, and sexy wrist cuff.