Oct 112014
 
This entry is part 4 of 8 in the series Phone Sex with Ashley Manta

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Phone sex can be hard work! Ashley goes over some of the items you might want to have on hand when you’re getting it on with someone from a distance. She starts with practical things – a hands-free headset, a charged phone, water to keep your moans hydrated – but also goes into more esoteric things like toys, dildos, and even kinky items to spice up your fantasy.

Oct 032014
 
This entry is part 9 of 12 in the series Amp it Up

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Anticipation and spontaneity can juice up your sex life in surprising ways. Looking forward to your lover’s touch, the sight of their body, the kinds of things you do together – that enriches what Ducky calls the “sexual imagination.” Spontaneity, on the other hand, is when you give in to your desire in unexpected ways that surprise your partner and yourself. Ducky gives several examples and then encourages you to find your own passion in spontaneity and anticipation!

Aug 172014
 
This entry is part 11 of 12 in the series Amp it Up

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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.

Aug 012014
 
This entry is part 12 of 13 in the series Erotic Dancing

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In these two videos Andre shows you actual physical moves to twist and grind when performing for your partner. She covers a lot of useful “hidden” tricks, like weight balancing and how to use your partner’s body for stability. Andre also shows how to modify the moves based on your own body’s abilities.

Jul 272014
 
This entry is part 3 of 8 in the series Phone Sex with Ashley Manta

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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.

Jul 242014
 
This entry is part 2 of 4 in the series Non-Sexual Cuddling

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What happens when the outside partner’s arm is “trapped”? In this clip Gray demonstrates how some strategic pillowing can make for a more comfortable snuggle. He and Poetic also talk about how the finer details of the body position and hands can make all the difference.

Jul 222014
 
This entry is part 11 of 13 in the series Erotic Dancing

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In these two videos Andre shows you actual physical moves to twist and grind when performing for your partner. She covers a lot of useful “hidden” tricks, like weight balancing and how to use your partner’s body for stability. Andre also shows how to modify the moves based on your own body’s abilities.

Jul 122014
 
This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series Non-Sexual Cuddling

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Graydancer and Poetic Desires demonstrate some of the finer points of cuddling when it’s for intimacy, not sex. Sometimes the closeness of cuddling gets overshadowed by awkward body mechanics, tiny discomforts, and even the idea that you might be “doing it wrong.” This series helps dispel the mystery so that you can relax into each other and enjoy snuggling like a pro.

Jul 102014
 
This entry is part 2 of 8 in the series Phone Sex with Ashley Manta

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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.

Jun 292014
 
This entry is part 1 of 8 in the series Phone Sex with Ashley Manta

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After working as a phone sex operator, Ashley Manta is a big fan of the whole idea. Phone sex combines the hotness of intimacy with the wild abandon of imagination, all without ever having to get out of bed! She explains many of the advantages whether you’re living together or long-distance, and whets your appetite for upcoming clips!

Jun 062014
 
This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Slut Tips with Reid Mihalko

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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.

Apr 192014
 

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In the final segment of this series, Kim Airs brings up specific communication techniques to help open up new sexual subjects with your partner. Whether it’s anal sex or some kinky spanking, there are ways to bring up the idea without being threatening or threatened by the idea. Some of it might involve subtlety and a fake statistic or two, but Kim assures that it’s worth the trouble.

Apr 062014
 

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In part 2 Kim goes over some of the reasons that people might have closed their minds to certain experiences. It can be pain from the past, negative associations with the act, or even shame, but whatever it is, it’s worth figuring it out. Kim outlines several examples and methods of doing that and opening yourself to more sexual enjoyment.

Apr 022014
 

A massage for herThe sense of touch is one of the most visceral and direct ways to create intimacy with your partner. Talking is great, staring into each other’s eyes can be profound, but actually reaching out and having skin-to-skin contact brings both of you into the present now. When you are actually touching, for a time you are no longer two separate bodies, but one connected whole.

Massage can be a way to develop and nourish the meaning of touch between the two of you. However, with all of the books and professional services out there, it may seem a little intimidating to get your hands working on your partner. PassionateU has clips from some of the best instructors of intimate massage, and that can give you a head start when you’re wanting to try some romantic massage.

In fact, one of the best instructors, Bettie Rage, starts with the head and moves all the way down in a long series of instructional clips. One of the best parts about her work with PassionateU is that she doesn’t gloss over the sexy parts, giving very explicit explanation and demonstration of sensual massage for the genitals.

Bettie’s course is comprehensive, giving clear instructions on several different massage techniques used by professionals. She puts them into a more intimate context, however, keeping the focus on the “sensual” side of things. The purpose of the massage is to relax and focus on each other, after all, and that means that rather than worry about techniques you can focus on reading your partner, enjoying their body as much as they are enjoying your touch.

Shay and Stefanos have many videos on how to connect as couples, and part of their technique is to start slow and build intensity. They have many examples of how this technique can heat up the romance in a variety of ways, from sensual massage to making out to even having sex, but all of it helps to increase the desire between the partners.

Once the theory is put out there, though, Shay gets down to more practical skills as she demonstrates sensual massage as foreplay. She talks in this clip about how important a romantic environment can be, to take your mind out of the world and onto each other. Comfort is also essential, and Shay recommends some positions for both the giver and the receiver in massage to make sure everyone can relax. Finally she talks about various ways to touch your partner – even with some thoughts on the pros and cons various kinds of lubrication.

If you’re more interested in direct sexual contact, Yonilicious enthusiastically goes over several genital massage techniques in her series. If you don’t have time for a full-body experience, sometimes just a direct massage of the genitals can bring a couple closer. That may mean going all the way to a “happy ending”, or it may just be the pleasure of feeling intimate contact. Regardless, Yonilicious also talks about some thorough and specific techniques for massaging the bum as well – a great way to exchange massages with your partner

The renowned sex educator Jaiya has taught sensual touch to thousands of couples through her videos. Her philosophy is a great way to combine both the physical techniques of the other instructors with a psychological and emotional openness that can turn a simple touch into an amazingly profound experience. She explains how this kind of touch can not only be an amazing part of sex but also an end unto itself, helping both couples get attuned to each other in new ways.

Romantic massage is one of the best ways to re-ignite a connection between partners who may be overly familiar with each other. However, it’s important not to try and measure up to some external ideal of what the massage “should” be. Yes, it could be a deeply spiritual and mind-blowing experience – but it also might turn into a giggling ticklefest. Laughing together can be a tremendously bonding experience, as Dr. Ruthie explains in her “Dating Your Spouse” series.

One point that all of the educators emphasize is that your romantic massage should be for the two of you. It may be short, it may be hours, it may have fancy massage oils or it may just be a soft touch of a finger on your lover’s face as you drive the car. The romantic intent of connecting, of being open to feeling, that is what will make that massage special. It’s worth exploring the power of touch to bring you both closer together, and these clips have the ideas that can get you started.

Mar 272014
 
This entry is part 3 of 13 in the series Erotic Dancing

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One of the hardest parts of really getting into erotic dance is dealing with the common stereotypes and expectations of what “erotic dance” is. Andre helps bring you to the realization that the only expectations you have to meet are your own. Your erotic dance is an intimate moment between you and your partner, a fun time to share, and focusing on that, Andre says, can help you get the confidence to really move.

Mar 252014
 

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 Kitty Stryker covers aftercare during this four-minute video. She discusses various aspects of aftercare: the logistics, different desires, necessities, communication/negotiation, and more. Kitty offers many practical tips to help improve your post-sexual experiences with your partner(s).

Mar 222014
 

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In this series Kim Airs of Grand Opening and KimAirs.com talks about the sad fact of people closing themselves off to sexual happiness. There are many reasons – bad experiences, social conditioning – but she explains how being open to the possibility of pleasure through things you haven’t tried can make your whole relationship better.

Oct 272013
 

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Dylan Ryan and Mickey Mod talk about one of their favorite things: fingering a pussy! In this clip they explain some of the reasons this is an underrated means of intimacy, closeness, and pleasure, as well as some of the prep that you can do beforehand to make it better (hint: wash your hands & have lube!). They demonstrate some of the fun ways the vulva can be stimulated on the outside; in part 2, they’ll discuss more positions and penetration.

Oct 202013
 

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Dylan Ryan lends a hand to Mickey Mod to illustrate the fine art of the handjob. She goes over various techniques for stimulating the cock from start to finish, as well as talking about the other areas that can be part of this intimate act. Mickey gives feedback as well, giving you both sides of this kind of sexy fun.

Sep 222013
 

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Andre Shakti and Dylan Ryan talk frankly about the difficulties that can arise when you are trying to talk about pornography with your partner. They give many precious bits of advice on how to keep an open mind and a loving heart as you work to get past the cultural stigma and listen to what your partner really has to say.

Jun 302013
 

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 Shay talks about how to better enjoy oral sex as a woman. She addresses the kinds of stigmas and rumors that can make a woman nervous about cunnilingus and how to find ways around them. She also demonstrates ways that you can “shape” your partner’s technique so as to make it even more pleasurable for the both of you.