"Phone sex can be as much fun as being there in-person -- or as awkward. If you don't want fumbling, elbows everywhere, ow-you're-on-my-hair, awkward kind of phone sex, keep reading.
While most of this blog is devoted to helping PSOs be successful, and therefore offers tips and techniques on how to satisfy phone sex caller requests, the truth is that successful phone sex is equally dependent upon the caller himself. The most satisfying phone sex calls are, like in-the-flesh sex, a matter of give and take."
MISD to implement sex ed program in MayMidland Reporter-TelegramStudents will learn about sexual health and smart decision-making through role play, group discussions and small group exercises during a dozen 50-minute lessons at each grade level.
Last night I dreamt of being cloaked and shuffling around in a black burka. This burka covered my eyes and prevented me from seeing anything outside my line of sight. I remember the feeling of being suffocated and restricted as I fought the...
"How does a scientist measure your unconscious mind? It turns out, it can be done. With a technique called the Implicit Association Test, psychologists can measure your unconscious beliefs about anything: whether, deep down, you associate Black men with weapons, Asians with foreigners, fat people with laziness, men with science, and more. You can test yourself on all manner of implicit beliefs here."
Loosely translated, the original caption reads: Amateur photographic session of a Munich dancer who enjoys being whipped. Note that the active partner – her girl friend of many years – is dressed as a...
"A species of ape is on the brink of extinction - even though they are addicted to sex."
Curator comment: Sky News correspondent Tom Parmenter's use of the phrase "sex addicted" to describe a nearly extinct species of ape is a ludicrous ploy to sell a headline and a tragic way to divert attention away from the real story that should be told.
Source: Sky News, "an unrivalled, world class breaking news service with a spirit of innovation and a fresh approach to news broadcasting."