Here’s hoping everyone had an absolutely wicked sexy Halloween last month and is planning a nice Thanksgiving. Someone once told me Halloween is used as an excuse for us girls to dress slutty. The only excuse I need to do that is waking up the morning! Seriously – why should any woman need an reason to dress sexy? If wearing certain clothes and makeup styles makes you feel good about yourself, then don’t wait until one night a year to do it. Go out, have fun and look great with some sexy club wear (just leave the Cat Woman costume in the closet.)
Facebook bitch slaps us for Polyamory Article
Sarah Stefanson shared a wonderful article on Scandalous! this week. Polyamorous Women Have More Fun provides some awesome insight into the world of loving/sexing more than one man at a time. There is nothing particularly raunchy about the piece – it’s just an informative editorial told in a way women “get.” It is isn’t peppered with too much science or research – just one girl’s take on the subject:
With polyamory comes a definitive opportunity for a true range of choices for how a woman will use her sexuality. Her sexual self does not have to depend on her husband or her lover. Instead, she can determine who she is in this physical capacity by enjoying a freedom to love, or not to, according to her own ideals. The polyamorous woman is allowed to identify her sexual self and feel entitled to pleasure on her terms, without being objectified. In a study titled “Polyamorous Women, Sexual Subjectivity and Power”, the author, Elizabeth Sheff, PhD, states that the polyamorous lifestyle provides women with a real chance to embrace their sexual power in a way that may have eluded them in patriarchal relationship moulds. She calls this process “sexual subjectivity.”
Facebook didn’t like it though, removed it from our Page (go ahead, like us!) and slapped us with a warning that read:
Content that you shared on Facebook has been removed because it violated Facebook’s Statement of Rights and Responsibilities. Shares that contain nudity, pornography, or graphic sexual content, are not permitted on Facebook.
Hmmm… perhaps the accompanying picture (that had no nudity) showing a woman with two men offended? I dunno… nothing graphic in the article itself. I’m thinking the subject matter offended some prudish soul and hit the “report” button and found a sympathetic ear at Facebook. Ah, rules and regulations…
Vibrators Boost Sexual Satisfaction, Don’t Intimidate Men
A sex-toy spending spree by Rihanna made headlines last month for the $1,500 she reportedly spent in a Parisian shop. But it turns out, the star isn’t alone in her appreciation of erotic toys.
According to a new national survey of more than 3,000 Americans, most people feel positively about women using vibrators. What’s more, the study associated positive beliefs about vibrators, and recent use of them, with high levels of sexual satisfaction.
Of course, I’m still careful to lock my toybox when my house is being cleaned…
Looking forward to Steve McQueen’s ‘Shame.’
An NC-17 rated movie full of really hot sex and getting Oscar buzz? In a nutshell, Brandon (Michael Fassbender) is a 30-something yuppie living in New York who is unable to manage his sex life and urges. After his wayward younger sister (Carey Mulligan) moves into his apartment, Brandon’s world spirals out of control. Sounds delicious. Sure, I know it’s a serious movie with a dark serious message. I realize it’s already won international film awards. But it also looks hot:
The way you walk, the way you LOOK might reveal your orgasms!
Wow! Lots of research these days on the female orgasm! If I didn’t know better I’d think someone was trying to bottle it! They’ve actually done brain scans on women cumming just to see what’s going on up there!
Did you also know the way a woman strolls down the sidewalk… slinks into a room… could be a very revealing sign of how orgasmic she is?
A new study in Belgium states the more “energetic and free” a woman walks, the more orgasms she has. Women with more rigid walks are a less wild between the sheets.
The two-part study entailed female participants filling out a questionnaire and then observed while walking in public. Two professors of sexology and their assistants, unaware of the women’s orgasm history, analyzed their strides.
The report, published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, concluded “a women’s experience of vaginal orgasm may be discerned from a gait that comprises fluidity, energy, sensuality, freedom, and absence of both flaccid and locked muscles.”
In addition, the findings showed women who had a greater number of orgasms had higher self-esteem and a more positive feeling about life in general.
But wait! What if you’re sitting down? Your cum potential just might be detectable by your pout! A paper published last summer by the Journal of Sexual Medicine called titled “Vaginal Orgasm Is More Prevalent Among Women with a Prominent Tubercle of the Upper Lip,” show a new marker for female orgasm; the little spot just at the midline of the upper lip. Called the tubercle, it poofs out a little more in some people than in others. Read about it here.