I love playing pinball almost as much as sex. The touching, nudging, and the necessary roughness to keep the balls in play. My hands might be in control, but my mind is on the outlanes, pinball’s equivalent to the gutter.Read More
These high, thin, spiked heels are hot. They’re sexy. For some, they’re a symbol of female power — and lately — even male power. If you haven’t seen any videos featuring street jazz choreographer Yanis Marshall and “his boys” rockin’ it out in stilettos to the likes of The Spice Girls or Beyonce, well, you should. They’re awe-inspiring. And strange. And strangely hot.
As I watched Mexico and Cameroon take the field in their first match of the World Cup, all I could think is, “Those poor guys with their blue balls.” And I'm not talking about the soccer balls.
Sex is as old as time. It is one of our fundamental biological desires, yet modern sex looks and functions very differently now than it did in the past. And that’s great! Human sexuality will continue to evolve, becoming ever more dynamic as it adapts to the rise of technology. We are finding ways to innovate doin’ it for the digital world, and there are all sorts of tools and gadgets designed to stimulate a healthy and satisfying sex life in a culture increasingly dominated by computer screens. Here we explore some of the best new tech currently turning us on. This is sex in the 21st century, baby.Read More
And in that spirit, I thought I’d offer you a peek into the Crave bookshelves, just in case you want to take us home with you one night.Read More
“Accidentally ordered sex toys to my parents’ house, need help or some comforting words.”
When I dove into the post that began with those words on the Two X Chromosomes subreddit, I expected hilarity to ensue. What emerged instead was a touching snapshot of the ways in which women, even total strangers, can come together to offer each other genuine care, concern, and support.Read More
While stats on women’s bra-buying sentiments are hard to come by, anecdotal evidence suggests that for most women, they range from negative to neutral and not much further beyondRead More
This holiday season (and beyond!), when you find yourself with a few minutes, craving a read that’s both substantive and digestible, head to the website of the British magazine The Gentlewoman and tuck into one of the thoughtfully penned profiles of modern women making their mark on today’s world.Read More
“Hi. My name is _______, and I have sex.”
So begins each of the videos in Sex is Back, the fabulous collection of sex positive, first-person testimonials published by The Pleasure Chest, the oldest operating adult store in the U.S. and one of the first to pioneer a “shame-free” environment.
When we first saw Dorothy Gambrell's Missed Connections chart on the blog of dating site “How About We…,” it was the graphics that caught our eye. A closer look left us incredulous. (Seriously -- Walmart was home to the most missed connections in nearly one-third of all states??) But it’s the title of the blog post on The Dish that seems the most apt summary of all: “The Saddest Map in America.”Read More