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With increasing awareness of and interest in BDSM, much of the related jargon and terms have made their way into common parlance. Two such words are 'kink' and 'fetish'. They're often used interchangeably, but as they are two different words it's natural to wonder what the actual meanings are.
I get phases where I'm not as interested in sex as I used to be, and I worry that this is it. I'm in my late 30s; I'm finally at a point where I hate sex, I'll never want sex again and nothing will ever turn me on. At other times of my life I feel just as horny as I was in my early 20s. When you're enduring a dry spell is there anything you can do to reignite your libido?
If you're in a relationship, it's unlikely that you're physically with your partner 24/7. Even if you live together, one or both of you may work outside the home, and the pace of modern life means regular temporary separations are normal and unavoidable.
I've never been a massive fan of Playboy Magazine. Still, I was sad to hear on the news this morning about the death of Hugh Hefner yesterday, aged 91. I've had a think about how Playboy Magazine had influenced areas of my life, how the Playboy brand had grown from a magazine shot in the Playboy Mansion to a global empire.
Asking whether someone has an STD isn't exactly choice first date chat material. What if there was an online service which anonymously shared the sexual health status of potential partners? That's exactly what Sextrasafe offers.
Most of us would love to live a healthier life, but good intentions all too easily fall to the wayside in the pursuit of pleasure. Happily, there's now a way to combine better health with carnal passions: sensual wellbeing.
Busy lives and long-term relationships have a habit of forming the perfect recipe for a stale sex life. If you've been in a relationship with your partner for a while, you might have noticed that sex isn't quite as exciting as it was when you first met. Is there any way to recapture your honeymoon sex life?
If you would like to be a sex toy tester, reviewing sex toys & other adult products, the Pleasure Panel project and community is where it's at. It doesn't matter if you have your own sex blog or not, sex bloggers and sex toy fans without a blog are welcome to join.
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For many people, submission and BDSM can only ever be enjoyed as part of a pre-arranged session. The fun might be even more restricted for others – only accessed via the internet. Some people, however, enjoy submission and BDSM on a 24/7 basis. What about you? Can you imagine ever including submission and BDSM in your everyday life?
There are far too many articles in existence giving advice on how to please someone else during sex. 10 Ways To Drive Your Man Wild In Bed! 8 Sex Techniques To Make Her Fall In Love! How To Give Them Sex They'll Never Forget! Unexpected Sex Stuff They'll Adore! What They Really Want You To Do During Sex! et al, ad infinitum. Meanwhile, selfish sex is massively underrated.
A frequent question I get asked is, "how much do I charge per blog post?" Whether the post is going to be on your blog or on a client's website, what should freelance bloggers charge per article?