Mini-Review Round-Up: JimmyJane Intro 1 & other gentle vibes that rock

It’s true that a lot of sex bloggers’ clitorises like rumble and power, but I wanted to give my $0.02 from the other side: reasons why more power isn’t necessarily better, and recommendations for others who are built like me. Click here to jump straight to the recommendations. Huh?! Didn’t you say you liked your powerful toys?… Read More Mini-Review Round-Up: JimmyJane Intro 1 & other gentle vibes that rock

Sometimes saying, “I don’t want orgasms” means more than just that.

There are women (especially hetero) who say they don’t want orgasms with a partner. Or at all. That’s totally okay, BUT I think it’s important to be honest with oneself (and her partner) about WHY she doesn’t want orgasms. This doesn’t apply to everybody, but many possible reasons can be worked around. Maybe she’s never… Read More Sometimes saying, “I don’t want orgasms” means more than just that.

Claims & Clarification: Foreskin Sensitivity to Stimulation

This week, a new and poorly interpreted study about the sensitivity of circumcised vs. intact penises has been circulating and, once again, people are falling for the clickbait debate without actually reading the study. What news headlines say: “Study Suggests Getting Circumcised Doesn’t Make Your Wiener Less Sensitive After All” What the study’s preview actually says: 62 men… Read More Claims & Clarification: Foreskin Sensitivity to Stimulation

Vibrators, Sensitivity, & “Vibrator Addiction”

Even the most supportive friends can have misconceptions. “I don’t know how you still have sensitivity,” I frequently hear when I talk about my We-Vibe Tango. “Don’t vibrators numb you? I mean, a man can’t compete with that.” My short answer is, “No.” My long answer is, “Not necessarily, but technique matters. People’s tastes can change over time,… Read More Vibrators, Sensitivity, & “Vibrator Addiction”

The G-spot exists. Cut the pedantic semantics.

Bullshit claim: “The G-spot doesn’t exist.” Clarification: When a reliable source says the G-spot doesn’t exist, what it really means is that it’s not its own structure, but rather either the urethral sponge or part of the internal clitoris. The nub that we call the clitoris, the glans, is just the tip of the iceberg.… Read More The G-spot exists. Cut the pedantic semantics.