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If you are a woman who wants to approach your man about pegging, this article is for you. (If you are a man who wants to approach your woman about pegging click here.) Communication First, communication is the key. You need to be able to ask for what you want. If you…

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What are the Basics of Rimming? Rimming, as sexy and hot and intimate and delightfully nasty as it is…is not everyone’s cup of tea. Yet some people love the feel of teasing their tongue into their partner’s ass and feeling them squirm with pleasure. And many people love the sensation of a warm wet tongue pushing into their anus. It can be exquisite. (Can you tell I am biased, here?) But let’s back up (subtle…
Know Your Rimming Risks While rimming can be a wonderfully intimate, hot experience to give and to receive, please know the risks before diving in to that adorable, inviting puckered hole… Consider carefully the exposure you are risking. Unprotected analingus is like unprotected sex and can expose you to the same risks plus some others. Warning: Clinical blog post coming up. If you wanna play, ya gotta know the rules… Disclaimer: I am not…
Yes, there are indeed many givers who love pegging. All givers are different and their specific reasons for enjoying strap-on sex are as many and varied as the individual givers are. Some givers enjoy pegging as another tender, sensual addition to sweet lovemaking. Some like to combine it with other kinks (and those are many and varied as well). Certain themes rise to the top when givers talk about why they like pegging. The…
He’s not gay. Okay, everyone listening? Two common misconceptions about pegging: If a man likes pegging, he must be gay. If you peg a straight man, he will become gay. Cue Laughter and Eye Roll Both of these are so ridiculous as to be laughable on so many levels. Gender preference has nothing to do with the sex toys you like to play with…or the area of your body you like your partner to…
The Chairman position requires a sturdy chair (because you will both be on it), with no arms and a high back. The giver sits in the chair and the receiver mounts themselves. Then the receivers arms go above the giver’s shoulders to hold on to the top of the back of the chair. This is the receiver’s balance and leverage point, and why a high back chair is important. Once mounted, simply scooting back…