free web tracker
Skip to content

http://hosted.femjoy.com/galleries/9576113_ctj909_edk995?affid=000000

04-Feb-16

http://hosted.femjoy.com/galleries/9464177_qmq968_wfj746?affid=000000

02-Feb-16

libidineuse: Anny Aurora | Rock Me Baby

31-Jan-16

finenudes: Frozen Frames | Formento & Formento | The Japan…

27-Jan-16

Cocktail contest: Make the perfect Little Black Dress for Sexing the Unicorn

23-Jan-16

Sexing the Unicorn

The next erotic anthology from Digita PublicationsSexing the Unicorn — will go on pre-sale next week. The book is in its final production stages, but we’re missing one thing: A very special cocktail to be called The Little Black Dress. I want you, dear reader and smarty-pants of the highest order, to invent it.

Here’s the entry form: Cocktail contest: The Little Black Dress

The creator of the perfect Little Black Dress will win copies of all five books in this explicit erotic series. Three runners-up will get free ebook copies of Sexing the Unicorn prior to its official release.

Each book in the series revolves around a theme; each title contains seven short erotic stories, three themed sex tips (“Good Housekeeping”), and three in-theme cocktail recipes (“Kinking the Classics”). As you can tell by the cover above, this new book revolves around the theme of “unicorns” — sexual slang for a female third sought after by couples. As you’d expect, this collection turns that notion on its head, with stories that feature strong female protagonists hunting hot couples to make their single-girl fantasies come true.

Here’s how the cocktail will be presented in Sexing the Unicorn:

KINKING THE CLASSICS
THE LITTLE BLACK DRESS

Dreamed into the world by Coco Chanel as emblematic of Parisian chic, the iconic little black dress (or LBD for short) entered our permanent arsenals as Audrey Hepburn’s fabulous frock in the 1961 film “Breakfast at Tiffany’s.”

The LBD, like a diamond or fingertip vibe, is the modern girl’s best friend. When you find the perfect LBD, you know it, and it doesn’t just compliment you — it elevates you. A drink by the same name should do exactly that.

Submit your entry using this Google doc form. Deadline for submissions is Saturday January 23, midnight PST. The winning recipe will be shared in a Tiny Nibbles blog post announcing the results on Sunday, January 24.

First place gets free copies of the following DRM-free .pdf and .epub books (and credit, with links, if you so desire): Filthy Housewives, Bisexual Husbands, Holiday Kink, Sexing the Unicorn, and the soon-to-be-released fifth title, The Cuckold Who Loved Me.

The post Cocktail contest: Make the perfect Little Black Dress for Sexing the Unicorn appeared first on Violet Blue ® | Open Source Sex.

Violet Blue ® | Open Source Sex

[Advice] My wife (F28) of seven years told me (M33) that she feels like I treat her like a piece of meat that I use to get off

21-Jan-16

The last time my wife and I had sex about a week ago, I noticed she had her hand over her eyes. I asked if she was feeling okay and she said she didn't want to talk about it. I asked her about it again today, and she told me that when we have sex she feels like I'm treating her like a piece of meat I'm using to get off. We talked about it and I could tell she was extremely hurt. I knew that she wasn't always enthused about sex, especially lately, but there have been other times she has been pretty into it and seemingly enjoying it, so I didn't really know what to think, other than that I felt guilty and really want to work on doing what I can to improve this situation. That's where my post comes into play.

I read through the FAQ and thought this might be a simple communication issue, but now I think it goes way beyond that, and I'm looking for some advice. Sorry for the length of this post, but I'm pretty hurt and want to know what I can do to better my part in our sexual relationship and ultimately, overall relationship.

Essentially, I grew up in a home where sex wasn't really discussed, and was dealt with as off limits until I was an adult and married. We never really hugged or said I love you. If sexual issues came up, we would pretend nothing was said/done related to sex and move on.

After doing some recovery work for alcoholism and drug addiction with a licensed therapist and through AA, I came to accept that not only did I addictively abuse alcohol, prescription drugs, and food, but I had been a pornography/sex addict since puberty. Starting at about 12, I used compulsive masturbation and pornography as what I now recognize as a coping mechanism to deal with emotional issues, depression, and generally feeling less-than. At about 18 I lost 100 pounds and was in good shape. I had my first sexual encounters with women at that time, and in my first dating relationship that partner also complained about feeling objectified. Any other girl around that time to about 21 was someone I enjoyed being with, but when it came to our sexual relationship, I see now that it was just about the orgasm for me, and not intimacy, because I wasn't capable of being truly vulnerable or present until I did recovery work. Throughout that time I was also masturbating, usually to pornography, at least once a day and usually multiple times a day.

I met my wife around that time. I was her first sexual partner of any kind, and looking back, I definitely objectified her then, as I still am now, apparently.

About two years ago I was hospitalized for complications related to a drug I was abusing, and I realized then that enough was enough and started working with an addiction counselor and going to AA (I had also been an off and on daily drinker for years at a time, as well as pot, other drugs). Since then, I haven't masturbated or looked at pornography, drank, used any mood altering substances, and have lost about 80 pounds. I have slowly learned how to be present and connect with other people, be empathetic and accept empathy from others, and have learned how to cope with life through spiritual tools as well as a helping and asking for help from a network of healthy people I've met along the way.

With that said, the only sexual activity I've had is with my wife, PIV, which started regularly since about two or three months after beginning my recovery, has been about weekly or biweekly.

She has been doing some work with a counselor, too, mostly revolved around codependency issues with me, and now that I'm healthier, with her work and family. With that said, I don't feel like she's present very often, but she's working on it. I normally ask her if we can have sex soon, to let her know I want to do it–it is almost never spontaneous.

At any rate, when she said what she did this morning, I realized I have a big additional area to work on. I asked her if she thinks it's something that can be improved if I work on it, and she said yes, so that encouraged me. With that said, I have no idea where to start with this. I don't really know when or how to transition from intimate situations to sexual activity. Other than indirectly and vaguely asking her if we can have sex soon, I have no idea how to talk to her about sex or how to find out what she likes. My impression is that her family was quite similar to mine, and she has the added issue of me being her only sexual partner, who has been seriously dysfunctional for 8 of the 10 years of our relationship.

Any help would be seriously appreciated, even if it's simple stuff. I want to improve on this, but I need basic things to start with that I can practice and try.

TL;DR my wife told me she feels objectified, I've been in recovery the last few years and am finally capable of being intimate and connected, but have no idea where to start to build a healthy sexual relationship with her.

submitted by aecaeca
[link] [143 comments]
Sex

janeminou: Jane by Tana Frances

19-Jan-16







janeminou:

Jane by Tana Frances


sex (not sex)

http://hosted.femjoy.com/galleries/9499149_cdm846_uim450?affid=000000

17-Jan-16

[Sexual Health]My first STD check was easier than expected, you should get one too.

13-Jan-16

Sorry long read but I think it's worth it. I'm a 23 YO male, I just got my first STD check done and got my results in, it took me too long to do because I was scared. I though I would share my experience, answer questions, and encourage people to get one done themselves. I live in Austin TX, I can only speak for my area but the RBJ Public Health Center does checks for $ 20 and is great.

I hadn't gotten tested before because I was afraid it would be too public, too expensive, and I was scared of what a positive diagnosis for an STD would mean.

About my fears and why they shouldn't have stopped me;

  1. I thought they would mail my results to me and my roommates/parents would see if I didn't get the mail, or it would get out somehow. In reality they gave me my HIV result before I left and I got a phone number and security code to access my full results once they were in. No letter, no embarrassing jokes/talks, nobody beside me and the doctors know anything about my health.

  2. Cost, when I looked it up online there were a bunch of "clinics" offering discreet STD checks but they came with $ 100-$ 400 price tags. I did actual research when I decided I had to get it done and found that the public clinic you should actually go to costs $ 20, the rest is taxpayer funded. I could have, and should have, done this a long time ago.

  3. I was afraid if I did have an STD my sexual life would be over. While looking up information I found out that the vast majority of STD's are curable/treatable and you shouldn't be scared of having one, you should be scared of having an undiagnosed one. Besides HIV the most common STD's can be cured with antibiotics and you can resume activities in a few months, and HIV requires treatment you can only get once diagnosed.

Getting tested was easy, cost me very little, and didn't take as long as I thought it would, I was done within 2 hours. I'll be here to answer questions for a few hours, if you have concerns ask, but don't keep going unchecked, get it done, it's not as hard as it seems.

BTW I'm clean, no STD's, Yay!

Edit 1: I forgot to say, I didn't need to get nude to be checked either, it's done with a small blood draw and urine test now, so no doctors starring at and prodding your junk. So don't let your shyness keep you from getting checked either.

Edit 2: The Test's themselves; They drew two small vials of blood and had me do a urine test. The blood test was me walking into a room, sitting down, them inserting a small needle into my left arm and drawing blood from there. The urine test was me walking into a private bathroom, peeing in a small cup they gave me, putting it's cap on and then placing it on a designated shelf inside the bathroom. They didn't use a cotton swab on my penis but apparently they still do that sometimes.

submitted by STDtossaway
[link] [108 comments]
Sex

[Question] Ladies, have you ever used a strap-on? How did it feel?

11-Jan-16

Ladies of Reddit, have you ever used a strap-on during sex to fuck another woman/man? How did it feel having sex from a guy's perspective with a (fake) penis. Your thoughts on it.

submitted by goldberg789
[link] [92 comments]
Sex

[Advice] I [37 F] have been unknowingly sleeping with my Son’s [19] friend.

09-Jan-16

I was recently lambasted in /r/relationships and faced a barrage of vitriol, personal criticism, deeply offensive remarks and abuse for the following post. I’m perfectly aware and accept that it may appear to some as morally and ethically wrong, but non-constructive comments serve no purpose. Another user recommended that I would receive an open-minded view in this sub. At the same time, I’m not here to battle my corner or try to change anybody’s opinion, rather – handle this issue in the best interests of my son. Thank you.


Sigh. Where do I begin?

I’m a single mum to a lovely young man, my only child. Since my separation from his father many years ago, I’ve never seriously dated anybody or had another sexual relationship. ‘Martin’ (19) is in his second year of University. He no longer lives at home with me, but he is still only a stone’s throw away. We are extremely close to one another.

I initially met ‘Sam’ (18) when he was working as a PT/Instructor at a local gym I was attending in early Summer of last year. We then bumped into each other at a drink & food festival, and exchanged numbers after he approached me. I (wrongly) assumed he was much older than 18. Despite my initial reluctance, I have been having a sexual relationship with Sam for several months.

Sam and I have always been on the same page in regards to our ‘relationship’. We will chit-chat a little during the week, and spend an evening with one another once per week – always in my apartment. I will usually cook a meal for him, and we will cuddle and watch a movie over some wine and whatnot. I’m incredibly fond of him and having a sexual release has seemingly improved every aspect of my wellbeing. I know we have both helped each other immensely, in different ways. We have both treated one another with utmost respect and nobody has been misled.


I now feel intense shame, embarrassment and tremendous fear. Via social media it has come to my attention that both my son Martin, and Sam – are friends. I only have my son as a connection, and was recently viewing his photos from the festive period. Sam features in my son’s festive nights out, as well as New Year celebrations. I have no idea how close they are, and it scares me.

Sam has told me before that he is not in University, but I know he lives with his friends. I’ve visited my son’s accommodation and I’ve never seen Sam, so I’m pretty certain they aren’t housemates. I’ve also met his oldest and closest friends over the years.

Sam knows very little about my son. Only that I have one.

I really don’t know what to do. I feel incredibly dirty and feel like I’ve let my son down immensely. Sam has intimate photos and videos of me from the last couple of months – some of which contain my voice, but never my full face. All have occurred whilst we were both in each other’s company. I’m incredibly paranoid and worst-case scenarios have been spreading through my mind like wildfire.


Since discovering their friendship, it has always been my intention to end my arrangement with Sam. I have no hesitations in doing so and have recently organized plans to see him this Saturday. I plan to sit down with him and have a heart to heart – and do my very best to gently explain the situation.

My relationship with my son will forever be paramount. Yet, as one can imagine I have been a mess the last couple of days and in a state of despair. I’m conflicted whether I should explain to my son about this whole ordeal.

I’m willing to answer any further questions, as long as it doesn’t jeopardize my anonymity. Thank you!


tl;dr: I’ve unknowingly been having a sexual relationship with my son's friend (which I discovered recently on social media). I’m petrified of my son discovering and our close relationship suffering.


UPDATE: Thank you from the bottom of my heart for all of the support. There has been an issue with my post responses being automatically removed (due to my negative karma). I haven't been purposely avoiding discussion! Thanks again!

submitted by irrawaddy1866
[link] [403 comments]
Sex

Photo

07-Jan-16

Aqua Of Emotions by artofdan70

03-Jan-16

sexpornart: Scissor Sisters: Lydia and Sanya pornaroid

01-Jan-16

bunnygirl: Emily Grey | Naked Sun Naked Yoga sweetie Emily Grey…

28-Dec-15



bunnygirl:

Emily Grey | Naked Sun

Naked Yoga sweetie Emily Grey and her man enjoy the morning sun and each other.

alt porn