Megan Andelloux introduces bacterial vaginosis during this seven-minute video. She defines “BV” and then discusses the two main causes as well as several additional causes. Megan describes the symptoms of BV (and chronic BV) as well as the medical treatment options. She also recommends concrete ways to prevent bacterial vaginosis.
Anita Wagner completes her four-part series on sex addiction/compulsion with this four-minute video. She mostly discusses the role of the internet as it relates to sexual addiction and compulsion. Anita also suggests healthy personal and communal supports for anyone affected by sexual addiction and compulsion.
Kitty Stryker begins her reflections on discussing kink with your partner(s) during this six-minute video. She underscores how NOT to talk about kink and recommends ways to help make your conversations safer, easier, and more effective. Kitty shares additional insights – the do’s – in her upcoming clip.
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.
Kitty Stryker discusses male sexual trauma during this three-minute video. She first comments on gender and then covers some of the common difficulties for male-bodied persons with sexual trauma history. Kitty also recommends what you can do to help your partner(s) feel safer.
Yonilicious continues her series on biting with a focus on techniques and combinations during this five-minute, part-one video. She discusses intention and desire and then recommends numerous techniques to reach your goal(s). She shows nibbling, licking, sucking, biting, and chomping – as well as various combinations of each – on the back of the neck and the arms too. Stay tuned for part two.
Julian Wolf completes her demonstration of quick restraint during this two-minute, part-two video. She shows her tying method again with a different scarf and then has her demo bottom give it a try. Julian also uses this quick restraint method to tie her bottom’s ankles.
Dr. Patti Britton discusses unhealthy sexual activities during this five-minute video. She first covers activities related to consent and then notes unprotected sexual behaviors. Dr. Britton also addresses sexual compulsivity – what it may look/feel like, its signs, and ways to manage it too.
Ned Mayhem continues his series on male masturbation during this nine-minute video. He introduces butt play by first addressing some misconceptions and commenting on the value and pleasure of body exploration. Ned then takes you through the process of anal penetration with your finger – and he discusses lubrication, duration, depth, cleanliness, prostate stimulation, orgasm, and much more. Stay tuned for Ned’s next clip on male masturbation.
Yonilicious completes her series on biting with this three-minute video. She demonstrates biting on body hair; she explains the appeal, identifies various locations, and offers tips on tempo, intensity, and more.
Lucky Albatross begins her series on sensual wax play with this four-minute video. She first describes sensual wax play and then honestly assesses it by offering various pros and cons. Stay tuned for several more of Lucky’s wax play videos.
Kitty Stryker and Penny Barber continue their series on safer sex for cunnilingus during this five-minute, part-two video. They describe various practical safer sex methods for oral sex as well as harm reduction strategies for those who cannot or do not want to use barriers. Be sure to view Kitty and Penny’s cunnilingus demonstrations too.
Kitty Stryker and Penny Barber begin their discussion on safer sex for cunnilingus during this four-minute, part-one video. They initially highlight both personal attitudes about female genitalia and preferable anatomical terminology. Kitty and Penny recommend communication, negotiation, and awareness of the health risks of cunnilingus. Stay tuned for more in part two.
Dr. Heather Howard discusses the reduction of sexual pain during this four-minute video. She outlines the various professionals – as well as other resources (e.g., downloadable forms on her website) – available to assist those with pelvic pain. Dr. Howard also considers the effects of sexual pain on emotions, relationships, and more. Stay tuned for her upcoming clips during which she offers specific techniques to reduce sexual pain.
Julian Wolf continues her reflections on hedonism during this five-minute, part-two video. She begins by sharing definitions of hedonism, intention, and responsible hedonism. Julian then describes a few of the myriad opportunities to derive pleasure in the everyday – and open yourself up to experience even more pleasure in other ways. For more information on hedonism, visit her column on Fearless Press.
Dr. Patti Britton finishes her discussion on sexual and gender identity during this three-minute, part-two video. She acknowledges the fluidity of identities and promotes the importance of self-identification (and not labeling others). Dr. Britton also covers past and current ways of understanding both the gender identity spectrum and sexual orientation.
Yonilicious discusses ways to use sensual massage to connect with your partner during this six-minute video. She covers attitude, familiarity, newness, exploration, communication, and much more. Check out her previous videos on massage techniques too!
Abiola Abrams discusses how to create a boudoir shoot during this five-minute video. She explains what it is and recommends how to be comfortable in doing one for yourself – from clothing to location and more. Abiola also describes her own experience of a boudoir shoot.
Joan Price continues her series on senior sex during this seven-minute, part-one video. She discusses sex toys: reasons to use them (and not be embarrassed) and even how to navigate a partner’s reluctance to them. Stay tuned for more in part two.
Reid Mihalko introduces the phrase sex neutral during this three-minute video. He defines it, compares it to sex positive, and shares some insights on how being sex neutral may be helpful for you.