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.
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.
Worried about pain during intercourse? Dr. Heather Howard explains in this clip some of the possible reasons the vagina may seem too “tight” before and during intercourse. Beyond explaining the “why”, she offers several suggestions for dealing with it such as increasing arousal and using lubrication. Dr. Howard also explains that there are medical conditions that can also cause this phenomenon, and when it would be a good idea to consult a sexual health professional.
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.
Scotty and Alex make their spanking demo even more intense by bringing in some toys that can keep a scene going when the hands start to give out. Paddles, hairbrushes, and other toys give a variety of sensations, and Scotty shows how the technique of the hand can translate into the tool as well.
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.
Scotty and Annie demonstrate the sensual potential of adding a simple length of chain to your toy collection. Scotty explains how to use both the texture and the sounds of the chain to maximum effect, gracefully combining both safety and sexuality as he uses the chain to stimulate Annie in a variety of ways.
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.
Ducky has explained in many clips that orgasms involve involuntary contractions of muscles, and that the stronger those muscles are, the better the orgasms get. In this clip she goes over several kinds of toys designed specifically to build those muscles – from the ben-wa balls made famous by “50 Shades of Grey” to silicone and steel toys shaped especially for the body. Ducky also describes how they are used and the benefits you can expect when you add them to your toy collection.
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.
Jaiya has some suggestions for simple ways to improve your pleasure during penetrative sex…and all of them are pillows! With some simple stacking techniques you can adjust the “biomechanics” of sex so that both partners get more stimulation in all the right places.
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.
Kelly Shibari has a new favorite toy! The “Hello Touch” from Jimmy Jane has two vibrating pads that go on the fingers, and Kelly shows the many advantages to having that much flexibility. She talks about using it on her partner as well as herself, and demonstrates a few different positions and techniques for using it to the best effect.
Kim Airs shares her opinions about the controversial issue of phthalate (a rubber softener) being used in some sex toys.
Scotty shows how the same techniques he’s shown with fingers in earlier clips can be used with sex toys. Using a toy made from aircraft aluminum, he helps his lovely model cum twice more (squirting both times) while demonstrating the way the angle and pulling out at just the right time makes toys a great part of the experience.
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.
Evöe and Harold continue to show off their fun selection of toys for CBT. As they show a wide range, from simple pipe insulation and a homemade “CBT Mallet” to a barely-bearable electrical “little devil”, they talk about the sensations and safety considerations when using these kinds of sexy devices.
Sinnamon Love explains how you don’t have to break the budget to have a great selection of toys for female domination. Hardware stores and other common neighborhood household supply outlets have all sorts of items for spanking, tying, and other fun activities. Sinnamon talks about considerations to keep in mind so that you can get just the sensation you want, as well as recommending tools like safety scissors to keep any problems from coming up.
Building on the concepts of part 1, Jacq Jones illustrates how several different toys can be used specifically for male anatomy to spice up your sex. She also talks frankly about the need to share your fantasies and even the way you masturbate with each other, so that you can better understand the ways sexual arousal can change in a relationship.
Jacq Jones offers a plethora of ideas for keeping the sexy magic going strong in your long-term relationship in part one of this series. As usual, it all starts with communication, but the way you tell your lover what you want can drastically improve your chances of making it happen. With ideas like the “compliment sandwich”, stocking up the “sex bank” with a nice massage, and more you can turn up the heat between you and your partner.
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.
The male prostate is a powerful source of pleasure for males, yet commonly overlooked or misunderstood. Dr. Charlie Glickman starts a series of clips designed to demystify the subject and educate both males and their partners in the amazing potential of this part of the body.
Now that he’s covered the “what” of an aware masturbation practice, Will Fredericks covers some of the “how.” There are a lot of ways to explore your self-pleasure, and he gives examples simply as an inspiration to get you going.
Sinnamon Love closes out her series on beginning anal sex with a three-part discussion of the best positions. In this clip, she explains why the classic “doggie style” may not be right for you and your lover. She then explains how the iconic “missionary style” can not only facilitate more pleasure but also more connection between you and your partner.