Women Writing About Sex From Every Position
Alyssa Royse: Jesus & “His” Butt Hole Lemme be clear up front, I’ve never met Jesus or played with his butt hole, so I can’t really say how he would feel about it. Then again, nobody that is alive and talking has, so none of us really have any right to say how Jesus would feel about having butt sex, or any of us having butt sex, for that matter. This is the nature of authentic & consensual sexual relationships; they happen as a result of direct communication between partners, not on guesses, assumptions and outside expectations. For what it’s worth, I think Jesus would be fine with it in any regard, but that is a moot point. No matter who makes it or how.
Chelsea Holland: Don’t Yuck Someone Else’s Yum Have you ever experienced a moment when you’re at a restaurant with someone and they order food you think is disgusting? You think, “How on earth can they like that? YUCK!” Personally, I cringe when someone orders something with olives. I can’t stand the taste. I tried an olive again a month ago just to see if I still hated them, you know ‘because tastes change’. Nope, still hate them. Strawberries on the other hand … …read more…
Antionette Izzo: The Great Condom Debate I’ve heard a million and one excuses from men about why they don’t wear condoms, and almost every single one makes me want to pound my head into a desk. But when it comes right down to it, I defend the position that it is your choice, not mine (unless you’re a partner or potential partner, in which case it is my right to decide if and how I’m comfortable engaging with you sexually) or anybody else’s.
Alyssa Royse Hiding My Vibe Too Well: I had to laugh. I had been away from home for two weeks visiting my boyfriend (well, he was my boyfriend then, but that’s another story.) He’s not into toys, and we don’t need them for anything, so I left my trusty very-favorite-vibe at home.
Shelter, Sustenance & Sex: We are hard-wired to have sex. To want it. To do it. To do it a lot. We are also hardwired to enjoy it, presumably so that we will keep doing it. Sex is as elemental to our beings and survival as shelter and sustenance. We need shelter to protect ourselves from the elements and predators. We need sustenance to keep our bodies alive. We need sex to perpetuate the species. If you remove any one of those things, our survival is quickly called into question.
Why Porn Sucks, (And Not Well.): “Watch lots of porn” is pretty high on the list of things that sound like a good job description, until you have to do it. I realize that now, after watching hours of porn in an attempt to curate a collection that will get women hot and horny and happy. It’s not working, even for me. If I hear one more woman say, “that’s right stud, slide that fucking cock into my tight little ass” while some greased-up guy with his socks and shoes on contorts his face as if he’s taking the biggest dump of his life, I think I might vomit.