I recap a lot of different reality shows where women fight and snarl at each other and wear bandage dresses, and the thing that unsettles me most about them is how the main characters all seemed to stop developing emotionally at twelve.
I've never had a breakup, not a real one, not one where you both decide that things are not working out, or where one of you walks out, not one that breaks your heart into tiny little pieces.
He gave me a novel about fetishes written in 1928 called "Story of the Eye" by Georges Bataille and halfway through the book I realized that I very very much wanted to have sex with this boy.
Keep your gross homocooties to yourself, lady.
Really I don’t know what’s more embarrassing -- giving my vibrator to the laundry man, or the fact that it only took me four minutes to realize it was gone.
Similar to when chum is thrown out into the water to attract fish, "chumming" is when a guy or a girl sends out little bits of correspondence to see what kind of a reaction he gets.
Being on vacation is magical and gives lady visitors an “an altered sense of reality… while minimizing perceptions of risk and long-term consequences."
Sorry younger/older dudes, but I'm not interested in anything serious with a guy who's not my age.
As a sex therapist, my two main vibrator concerns are getting a toy that is physically unsafe and becoming reliant on a vibrator to reach orgasm.
He used misogynistic terms to reduce me to a useless, shameful commodity...all because I rejected him.
sex, sex, sex ... and love
There is a huge public misunderstanding that people who are kinky "enjoy being abused."
Naturally, because I have the ability to HEAR, I wanted to cancel, but my commitment to keeping my word stopped me.
"How do you bring up pubic trimming/shaving to a woman?" a guy I know asked me via Facebook message.