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.

Apr 202013
 

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 Kelly Shibari goes deeper into the language and feelings of plus-size sexuality. She focuses on the ways that larger people can communicate their comfort levels and desires with their partners, and how to give constructive feedback when a correction might be needed. Her friendly and open style of teaching makes this touchy subject accessible for everyone.

Mar 242013
 

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 In Part 2 of the series on getting your needs met through negotiation, Sabrina Morgan models a few of the ways that tools of communication can help decipher the needs that are masked by fears and vice versa. She gives concrete examples, as well as general principles, for improving the way you and your partner discuss your desires, needs, and fears to empower you both in your relationship.

Mar 212013
 

Kelly Shibari explains how the language you use in relationships with plus-size women (and, to some extent, men) can be triggering if done poorly. Some people are fine with words like “fat” and “chubby”, but not everyone. She recommends some alternatives (like the comedic “fluffy”) and also stresses that it’s important to interact with people based on who they are, not what they are.

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Jan 012013
 

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In part one of this two-part video, Sabrina Morgan lays out the various parts of getting what you want out of a relationship. More than just needs, there are also desires, fears, and limits involved, and she offers some ways to be able to tell the differences between them. Sabrina also offers concrete methods for communicating this information to your partner, continued in part 2.

Dec 012012
 

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James Darling and Tina Horn demonstrate how to establish consent and to communicate during foreplay and sex during this eleven-minute video. They use short and simple verbal communication techniques to help facilitate some very hot sex! James and Tina debrief their experience during the final few minutes as well.

Sep 282012
 

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In the first clip of a new series, Dr. Ruthie identifies one of the key difficulties facing couples: getting back “in the mood” after a relationship has cooled off from the romantic excitement for whatever reason. Starting with You are not alone! she goes through several of the causes for this, including medical ones. In future clips Dr. Ruthie promises to further explore  the ways to get the the fire back into your relationship both through personal and couples-based work. Tune in for the rest of the series!

Jun 082012
 

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Shanna Katz completes her series on sex positions during this eight-minute video. She talks about self-understanding, desires, communication, comfort, and sexiness — as well as dispels myths about size differences between partners. Shanna also offers tips on breast movement, breathing, masturbation, and more.

Jan 072012
 
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Shanna Katz introduces the topic of sex and disability during this five-minute video. From the vantage point of different perspectives, she defines terms, cites numerous examples, and recommends helpful approaches to communicate about disability with your partner(s). Shanna also considers the coming out process for those with a disability. In a previous clip Shanna covered partnering with a person with a disability, and in her upcoming clip she reflects on kink and disability.

Jan 052012
 
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KD and Lyndon suggest ways to navigate the grey areas of relationships during this six-minute video. They challenge relationship dichotomies and all-or-nothing mentalities as they discuss the great diversity of meaningful relationships. To begin and sustain healthy relationships, KD and Lyndon encourage clear communication of expectations, mutual understandings of terms, and much more.

Dec 292011
 
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Princess Kali discusses sexual dominance during this six-minute video. She suggests numerous nonverbal, verbal, and physical ways – stares, commands, groans, holds, and more – to create a more dominant energy in your sexual encounters, whether giving or receiving sexual pleasure.

Dec 212011
 
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Selina Minx adds words – and many other aspects of verbal communication – to your flirting arsenal during this seven-minute video. She shares numerous tips on tone of voice, inflection, vocabulary, appreciation, attentiveness, and much more. Stay tuned for Selina in upcoming clips as well.

Dec 112011
 
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In this six-minute video Tina Horn discusses communication during sex. She starts by suggesting positive ways to approach sex and discussions about it with your partner(s). Tina then covers three main topics to help improve your communication during sex without losing any sexy momentum: negotiation, safe words, and scales. In her next clip she discusses communication after sex.

Jun 262011
 
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It’s easy to feel put on the spot when you’re in the moment and your partner says “I want you to talk dirty to me,” especially if you’re a little bit shy. Sabrina Morgan is here to share a little secret with you…shyness combined with dirty talk can be powerfully erotic. This 5-minute video will show you how to make your shyness work for you, to build anticipation and keep your partner hanging on your every word!