How Many Of These Things Have You Yelled While Having Mind-Blowing Sex With R.L. Stine?

Odds are, if you’ve had absolutely incredible sex with R.L. Stine, you’ve shouted at least a few of the following statements!

  1. 1. How many of these things have you screamed out loud during rapturous sex with children’s author R.L. Stine?

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    Wow, You’ve Shouted A Whole Lot While Having Great Sex With R.L. Stine!

    When R.L. Stine was giving you the best lovin’ of your life, you let him know it loud, proud, and often. It must’ve meant a lot to him to hear how much you were enjoying it. All right, congratulations on having great sex with R.L. Stine!

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    You’ve Shouted An Average Amount Of These While Having Great Sex With R.L. Stine

    When R.L. Stine was making sweet hot sex to you, you shouted your appreciation a reasonably average amount of time. You seemed as equally focused on letting him know it was great sex as you were on participating in the coitus itself. All right, congratulations on having great sex with R.L. Stine!

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    You Barely Shouted Anything While Having Great Sex With R.L. Stine

    When R.L. Stine was fucking your brains out, you were mostly quiet. Must’ve been tough to think of anything to say when one of the greatest children’s authors of all time is making you melt into a puddle of yourself on the floor, huh? In either case, congratulations on having great sex with R.L. Stine!

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    You Were Dead-Silent While You Were Having Great Sex With R.L. Stine

    When R.L. Stine was making the dirty on you in a way that would make even the most famous porn stars feel sexually inadequate, you did not say a word. You were probably far too busy basking in the five-hour-long, full-body, Niagara Falls of an orgasm that R.L. Stine was inducing in your loins with the precision and focus of a brain surgeon during an operation. Congratulations on having great sex with R.L. Stine!

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Viagra: the little blue pill that revolutionised our sex lives | Observer profile

The virility drug, soon to be available over the counter in the UK, is a phenomenal success story, despite being the butt of many jokes. In 25 years, its also changed how we talk about male impotence

It all began 25 years ago in Britain. The UK division of the American pharmaceutical giant Pfizer was running trials on a new drug for the treatment of angina. It was called UK-92480 and it wasnt pulling up any trees.

But if UK-92480 failed with the heart, the symbolic home of love, it made a big impact on another organ, one with a rather more prosaic association with romance. Male participants in the trials reported a pronounced side-effect: erections. A lot of trees, and other things, were about to be pulled up.

Six years later, on 27 March 1998, the American Food and Drug Administration approved the sale of Viagra and the rest is hysteria. Or at least it was at first. The drug was a phenomenon. It registered sales of $1bn in its first year. And it seemed to drive some people just a little mad.

A chef was arrested in France after serving his customers a dish entitled beef piccata in Viagra sauce with fig vinegar and fine herbs. In Taiwan, a prostitute was arrested for killing a 74-year-old client who forced himself on her having already had sex once. And in Israel it was said that four Viagra pills had gone missing during a meeting of a five-member science committee in the Knesset.

Until the arrival of Viagra, the treatment for erectile dysfunction (ED) involved penile pumps or injections, neither of which, perhaps unsurprisingly, ever captured the male imagination. And probably did little for the female imagination either.

Now, suddenly, here was a drug for the problem-solving era, a drug that fitted the impatient acceleration of time in the personal computer age, a drug that, as the joke went, turned your floppy disc into a hard drive.

The research that underpinned the creation of Viagra itself stemmed from the work by three American scientists who would go on to win the Nobel prize for medicine in, coincidentally enough, 1998, the year of Viagras birth. The scientists discovered that the body uses nitric oxide to make blood vessels widen. Sildenafil citrate, the compound of which Viagra is the trademark, helps bind nitric oxide to receptors that enable relaxation of the helicine arteries, which, in turn, increases blood flow into the soft tissue of the penis, and results as long as no one spoils the mood in an erection.

Last week, it was announced that Britain would become the first country to make Viagra available over the counter. The move was initiated by the Medicines & Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) in the hope that it would prevent men using unregulated websites, where drugs for ED form a large and lucrative black market.

The legitimate market is already, as it were, huge and growing. Prescriptions have trebled over the past decade to almost 3m. But the sales of unlicensed ED drugs remain a profitable and unscrupulous business: among the 50m worth of counterfeit Viagra and other similar drugs seized over the past five years in Britain, some have been found to contain plaster of Paris, printer ink and even arsenic.

Two reasons have accounted for the illegal market. First, the high price Viagra was originally sold at. That dropped significantly in 2013, when Pfizers 15-year exclusive patent ran out. The other reason why men have preferred the sometimes dubious anonymity of the internet to the prescriptive dependability of a GP is that if Viagra increases blood flow to the very core of male identity, its also a matter that brings blood to the facial cheeks.

Despite the apparent ubiquity of the small blue, diamond-shaped pill, the issue it addresses impotency remains a subject of no little embarrassment.

And where there is embarrassment, humour is seldom far behind. When Viagra launched almost 20 years ago, some of the first beneficiaries of the drug were comedians and chatshow hosts. Not necessarily because they were users of it, but because it formed the punchline to so many of their jokes: Did you hear about the first Viagra overdose? A guy took 12 pills and his wife died.

By all accounts, Pfizer was a little downhearted that its star turn had become a laughing matter. After all, it had used the conservative figure of Bob Dole, former Republican leader of the Senate, to front its very sober advertising campaign.

But the truth is that while ED is undoubtedly a serious issue, the vulnerability of the penis remains an inescapably comic idea manhood reduced to the unreliable dimensions of a fickle extremity.

Even celebrity endorsements could not shift the image of Viagra. Hugh Hefner referred to the drug as Gods little helper, but then, given that the dressing-gowned one was dating young Barbie-style twins at the time, his approval was never likely to normalise the drug or render it as unnoteworthy as, say, aspirin or indigestion tablets.

David Bailey (79) recently said that he had no problem getting old because Jack Nicholson had introduced him to Viagra. Michael Douglas has also lent his support, calling Viagra a wonderful enhancement that can make us all feel younger. Disinterested observers might note that his wife Catherine Zeta-Jones is 25 years his junior, just as Baileys spouse, Catherine Dyer, is 23 years younger than the photographer.

For all their promotional benefits, such testaments ultimately serve to highlight an imbalance: namely that a much younger female partner necessitates a certain chemical help. And yet there are reports of young men taking Viagra to improve sexual performance or to counteract the effects of overexposure to pornography. In both cases, it seems that the effects are perhaps more psychological than physiological. Pfizer has long insisted that the drug has no effect on those who dont suffer from ED, just as taking an aspirin will have no noticeable effect on someone without a headache.

Anecdotal evidence contradicts this view, but Pfizer points out the increased placebo effect of ED drugs. One executive said that in studies 20% of the men taking a sugar pill placebo reported rip-snorting erections. The mind can play tricks, especially on the penis, arguably the most gullible part of a man.

Another aspect of Viagras pulsating success story is its name. Rhyming almost with Niagara, it manages to conjure up an image of something vital and potent. But originally the brand name, which came out of Pfizers name bank (made up of invented words that have no meaning in any major language) was assigned to a drug for shrinking swollen prostate glands. It was only because the marketing people didnt like it for that product that it was returned to the name bank ready for its adoption by sildenafil citrate.

Apparently, another option was Alond. A rose by any other name may smell as sweet, but its fair to say that that rule does not apply to erectile dysfunction pharmaceutical treatments. Alond is just, well, limp. However, some names you cant make up, and one of them is Ringaskiddy, the village in County Cork, where Viagra is produced at the chemical plant. Nicknamed Viagra Falls, the village is rumoured to have love, or at least sex, in the air.

Across the water in Britain, the quality of aphrodisiacal air is open to debate, but the distribution of Viagra users is not. Figures show that men in Bradford are more likely to be prescribed the drug, or similar alternatives, than are those from anywhere else in the country. Blackpool comes second. The lowest prescription rates are in Richmond and Kingston upon Thames.

One explanation is a north-south class divide that health accompanies wealth and the southern middle classes are in a better physical shape and therefore less susceptible to the various complaints that cause ED.

Another is that there is a higher premium on having a good time in the north and that, as the Royal College of General Practitioners has found, an ageing population still expects an active sex life and just possibly the citizens of Bradford and Backpool are a little less inhibited about asking for it than their countrymen down south.

As they say in the pharmaceutical business, more research is needed. Until then, the only way for the drug formerly known as UK-92480 is up.

THE VIAGRA FILE

Born April 1998 in the US, although conceived six years earlier in the UK.

Best of times Its been an almost unrelenting success story, although the first year stands out for its billion-dollar arrival – almost unheralded in a new drug.

Worst of times In the early days, 130 people in the US were reported to have died after taking Viagra. Eventually, no causal link was found, but the scare threatened to derail a stunning campaign.

What they say People are strange when it comes to sex. David Brinkley, former head of Pfizers Team Viagra.

What others say I like to date a nice range of women each year, but I only use Viagra when I am with more than one. Jack Nicholson

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The Time Has Come. Do You Have What It Takes To Help The Swedish Chef Successfully Lose His Virginity?

The Swedish Chef is a strong, illiterate dipshit who only got to be on ‘The Muppet Show’ because Jim Henson is his dad. He just achieved sexual maturity last week, and now he is urgently in need of release. Do you have what it takes to help him lose his virginity?

  1. 1. Before we get started, let’s make something clear: If and when the Swedish Chef loses his virginity, it will be a total disaster. He will be yelling and crying and flapping his hands around in a profoundly unsexy manner, and it will take radical compassion on behalf of his partner to not immediately bail on him. So don’t delude yourself into thinking you can turn him into some kind of suave sex machine. Absolute best-case scenario is 10-20 seconds of injury-free utilitarian intercourse in which neither party suffers any emotional or physical trauma, but even that would be a small miracle. Got it?

  2. 2. Seriously, it’s going to take a very skilled and patient person to pull this off. As of now, the Swedish Chef has virtually zero knowledge of sex, he’s incredibly frightened by physical touch, and he struggles to follow even the most basic instructions. All he knows is that something very distressing is happening down near his groin and he desperately needs to do something about it. This won’t be easy.

  3. 3. Two sociopaths named Statler and Waldorf told the Swedish Chef that sex is when you go up to a mother pushing a stroller, lift the stroller up over your head, and run away with it into the woods, and the Swedish Chef readily believed them. He obviously needs a bit of reeducation, so how would you go about teaching him what sex actually is, keeping in mind that he is staggeringly dumb and can only follow very simple lines of thought?

  4. 4. One of the main impediments to the Swedish Chef losing his virginity is the fact that he does not have a penis, or at least not in the traditional sense—his is more of a vestigial slit. In order to achieve sexual release, he’ll need his partner to focus on stimulating his maraca-size prostate, which dangles tail-like from his lower back and is incredibly sensitive to touch. However, the Swedish Chef has historically been fiercely protective of his prostate, as he believes it is the hive where his dead mother’s soul lives. He’s maimed several Muppets who have tried to lay hands on it in the past, and there’s no question he would react similarly should his sexual partner try to get near it. Considering its crucial role in facilitating sexual release, how would you make the Swedish Chef comfortable with the idea of people touching his prostate?

  5. 5. It is not clear what, if any, preferences the Swedish Chef might have in terms of a sexual partner. Once, when previously asked about who he was attracted to, he held up a Jason Mraz CD and excitedly pointed at the cover, shouting, “Bork! Bork! Bork! Bork!” but then he smashed the CD with a meat tenderizer and started pointing and shouting at a microwave instead. He also has a habit of picking up dead birds he finds on the sidewalk and kissing them in a seemingly romantic fashion, but after kissing them he typically then eats the birds in a great rage. So while you may be able to make a case that he’s attracted to either Jason Mraz, microwaves, or dead birds, his sexual preferences are ultimately still a toss-up, and you’ll need to figure them out if you want to find a partner with whom he’ll feel comfortable losing his virginity. That said, how would you go about discovering the Swedish Chef’s sexual preferences?

  6. 6. The Swedish Chef is not by any metrics what you would call “sexually attractive.” His face basically just looks like a rotting cantaloupe with hair exploding out of it, there’s a basketball-size nest of untrimmed toenails consuming him below the knees, and perhaps most unsettlingly, it does not appear as if he has eyes. If you want any hope of finding him a sexual partner, you’ll need to give him a head-to-toe makeover to help smooth over some of his more physically repulsive traits. However, getting him to sit still for a full-body makeover will be a truly formidable task, as he is constantly flopping and flailing about like a toddler filled with demons, indiscriminately grabbing at any objects within reach and spiking them recklessly into his stock pot of boiling water. Worse, venture too close to him and he will gleefully spray you with his piss. Seeing that there are no salons that would tolerate these kinds of behaviors, how would you go about getting him to sit still and behave for a makeover?

  7. 7. Even though the Swedish Chef is a colossal moron who knows virtually nothing about how to have sex, he is surprisingly well-informed about consent. This is because he has taken the ABC new-employee sexual harassment seminar more than 800 times. During filming of The Muppet Show, the sociopaths Waldorf and Statler told him he was required to take it every single day in order to be allowed to drink from the studio water fountain, and since he didn’t have running water at his home due to a different Waldorf and Statler prank, he depended on the water fountain for survival. So if you were wondering whether he is capable of signaling consent, the answer is yes.

  8. 8. Oh, and another thing: The Swedish Chef ripped his tongue off in 1992 after sticking it in the dollar slot of a vending machine and panicking. As a result, he speaks in an alarmingly loud and incomprehensible manner that would likely be extremely off-putting in a romantic setting. You’d probably want to bring some earplugs or something to give to his partner if you don’t want them to freak out.

  9. 9. Last thing—and this one’s admittedly a big ask. If by some chance you are unable to find a partner for the Swedish Chef to lose his virginity to, would you theoretically be open to being the one who has sex with him? Hopefully it wouldn’t come to that, but, in a last-ditch, 11th-hour type of situation, would you be willing to take one for the team?

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    The Swedish Chef Would Likely Die If You Tried To Help Him Lose His Virginity.

    You are a reckless and insensitive human being, and the Swedish Chef would be gravely endangered if left in your hands. You would stress him out so hard that he would likely rip off his own head or maim his sexual partner. It is very clear that you do not have what it takes to help him lose his virginity.

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    You Probably Wouldn’t Be The Right Person To Help The Swedish Chef Lose His Virginity.

    Don’t take it personally. The Swedish Chef is a walking fiasco, and there are probably only two or three people on the planet with less sex appeal than he has. It would take nothing short of superhuman patience and skill to get the poor guy laid, and you shouldn’t knock yourself for falling short. Not many people are cut out for a job like this.

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    Wow! You Have What It Takes To Help The Swedish Chef Lose His Virginity!

    You are a responsible and compassionate individual, and it’s hard to imagine a better candidate for helping the Swedish Chef lose his V card. With you there to help him navigate his sexuality and become comfortable with the idea of physical intimacy, chances are his first sexual experience would be a very positive and pleasurable experience. Way to go!

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Do men have a G-spot? You asked Google heres the answer | Gareth McLean

Every day millions of internet users ask Google lifes most difficult questions, big and small. Our writers answer some of the commonest queries

Because women are simply not allowed to have something special all to themselves, no sooner had the female G-spot been first mentioned in the 1940s than men started mithering and muttering: But wheres ours? We want a G-spot too. Envy, like fear, is such a great motivator.

Of course men want a G-spot too. The G-spot or Grfenberg spot is a sweet little site, off the beaten track, tucked away, a bit of a trek to get to but an absolute delight when reached. A bit like the Isle of Skye. But with fewer sheep. Probably. It is a hidden gem, an unadulterated pleasure-dispenser.

Pleasure, you say? Great shuddering waves of pleasure? In stark contrast to most mens laissez-faire attitude to other traditionally female activities child-rearing, say why wouldnt men want a piece of this initially female-focused action? Men rigorously and vigorously investigated and explored and embarked on expeditions akin to those undertaken by Victorian adventurers. Except these missions were to somewhere more intimidating than darkest Peru. Because the search for the male G-spot led men up their own arse and to the prostate. For pleasure, penetration. As you know if you pay attention to fairytales, you should be careful what you wish for.

While not quite the Manhattan Project, the same principle applies: you cant unring a bell. And thus, the G-spot represents a point at which two of mens most perplexing issues intersect their relationship with their body and their relationship with their feelings.

If men have an uneasy relationship with their body as a whole is it too skinny or too flabby, too hairy or too smooth? its with one hole in their body that they have the oddest relationship of all. Especially straight men. Because straight men were once straight boys and while not all straight boys called gay boys (like me) bum bandit on a fairly regular basis, a fair few of them did or at least didnt take a stand against those that were.

Bums, sticking things up them, and the pleasure subsequently derived from such an activity was gay. Consequently, it was also dirty and immoral. Any interaction, therefore, between arsehole and finger beyond what was absolutely necessary that could inadvertently lead to confusing feelings of pleasure must be avoided or at least never spoken about lest everyone think that youre gay.

This is, very simply, how guilt and shame are propagated, how you can alienate people from their own bodies, and how everybody ends up miserable. From the gay boys who are bullied even before they know theyre gay through to the straight boys who like anal play but are terrified that they might be gay, to the bullies themselves who are unnaturally obsessed with what other people might be doing with their own bodies.

Of course, those of us who grew up to be gay worked out that such pleasure wasnt dirty or immoral even if at the time I recall being aghast that up the bum was the norm for my people. We blessed homosexuals further worked out that we could rid ourselves of the shame so assiduously shoved our way because it wasnt ours to begin with. It was theirs.

For there are certain straight people who are more obsessed with gay sex than gay people are. This is particularly true when it comes to anal sex. While certain religiously conservative people would have you believe that homosexuals are rampantly sodomising each other at every available opportunity, believe me, we are not. The proportion of my time I spend engaging in anal sex is less time than I spend doing the washing-up every week. Can you imagine? Id have to get a dishwasher.

The point is that gay men can be comfortable that their arse is a significant erogenous zone. Straight men have, until very recently, been unable to admit that they might heaven forfend, Muriel! enjoy a bit of anal play. Because, you know, it can feel nice. Its worth pointing out that straight men are victims of a simplistic approach to sexuality too, the view that sexuality is binary and not what it actually is a spectrum. You need only look at the distrust and scepticism with which both straight people and gay people view male bisexuality especially to see how ingrained that erroneous belief in the binary is. Lets call this the Bi Now, Gay Later Hypothesis.

This brings us neatly to that other erstwhile verboten area for men feeling their feelings. In a way, its strange that there should be so much attention paid to the search for the male G-spot, given how men have, historically, been unwilling to feel and discouraged from feeling their feelings. That men have, slowly but surely, started to open themselves up emotionally and otherwise to feeling pleasure and giving pleasure to others can only be A Good Thing. After all, what is feeling but feeling vulnerable? (I refer you to the excellent Bren Browns TED talk on the subject of vulnerability, which should be required, repeated viewing in schools and on ITV between Coronation Street double bills). Admitting that you have feelings and then feeling them is an admission that you can be hurt and any step in that direction is a positive one for all concerned.

Truly, we should not underestimate what progress this is, and it is progress represented by the search for, acknowledgement of and discussion around the male G-spot. As a man who has spent a fair amount of his (leisure) time looking for it my own and other peoples and had varying degrees of success, I can honestly say that its time well spent. Even if the dishes do start piling up if you spend too long on expedition.

Lest we forget, it was not so long ago that men not only kept their socks on to have sex but barely removed their trousers, desperately trying to impregnate a thoroughly delighted wife in order that they could have yet another pair of hands to put to work on the land. That the pursuit of pure pleasure recreationally and/or as part of a loving relationship can be acknowledged as a legitimate pastime may soon be a decadence that humanity can no longer afford but were not there yet. So, before Armageddon, do indulge. It may be the only pleasure you have left come Brexit. Rejoice at the existence of a male G-spot and the successful search for it.

Equally, you might see the dogged search for the male G-spot as akin to the Nazis search for the Ark of the Covenant in Raiders of the Lost Ark and point, not unreasonably, to how that worked out. You are entitled to that if-I-may-say-rather-gloomy view. But thats life all about perspective. As perspectives go, flat on your back with your ankles behind your ears isnt a bad one.

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How To Bring Up the Possibility Of Pegging With Your Boyfriend

While pegging might be a topic that were seeing more often in mainstream media (like in the movie Deadpool, and well Elite Daily), it can still be a taboo subject.

We all know by now that butt stuff isnt just for straight women and gay men; it is for everyone who has an anus. Anal play does not discriminate between gender identities and sexual orientations. People have finally seemed to clue in to the fact that anal sex feels really damn good.

It might have something to do with the thousands of nerve endings, the prostate gland or the g-spot targeting angle you know, just maybe.

Pegging is usually described as a woman giving anal sex to a man by use of a strap-on. While we are talking about girlfriends pegging boyfriends, please dont forget that pegging ignores gender roles and can be used to describe anyone giving anyone anal sex by use of a strap-on.

As a cis woman, the idea of pegging is insanely hot. I get to explore different areas of my boyfriends body, allowing him to discover new pleasure centers. I also get to quite literally fuck him. He gets the enjoyment of watching his phallus enter inside of me, so I get to do the same. It only seems fair.

Although you might like to jump straight into pegging, there are some steps to properly bring up the topic without having your guy flat out refuse.

I would highly suggest letting your man explore your anus. The first reason is that it can feel amazing for you and I dont want you to miss out. The second reason is that youre in this together. If you understand what anal play feels like, then you are more prepared to play with someone elses anus.

It can also ease your guys mind about it not being a taboo subject. If you refuse (and you have every right to refuse), then he might be less willing to try it himself. Do not do anything you are not comfortable with make sure you communicate any concerns.

It doesnt have to be with a penis. Anal play can feel good with a finger, a butt plug, a dildo (with proper flared base) or a penis. In fact, it is a good idea to start small with a finger and work toward larger objects like sex toys.

This is a good idea for you, but also an excellent idea for your guy. If your goal is pegging, then you still need to start slow. Start with exploring his prostate with a finger.

From my experience, most guys are hesitant about this and then end up really enjoying it. The trick is to add a LOT of lube to your finger and the butt hole. (And cut your nails!) Once youve both mastered the finger, then you can consider introducing a toy.

There are butt plugs in various sizes as well assex toys for beginner pegging. Toys made specifically for pegging are often skinny, smooth and non-realistic looking (aka: they dont look like a dick). If youre introducing toys into your anal play, then consider choosing some that your man would be interested in trying.

A great idea is to shop together, or find a bunch that you think could work and have him pick out the one he likes the most. You can share toys, just make sure to properly sanitize them before switching orifices.

If youve introduced anal play with fingers and toys, but still havent done any pegging, then it is time to bring up the topic. I started to talk about pegging by reading non-fiction erotic stories and sending them over to him. You have this really steamy story written judgment-free by someone on the internet.

By sending it to him to read on his alone time, he can let his imagination go wild without feeling any pressure to react in a certain way. There are plenty of pegging recounts online, but I dont suggest bombarding his inbox. Pick out one or two really hot ones and forward them to him. Hell have some time to think before you have a conversation about it.

Keep your conversation 100 percent positive and judgment-free.

I talked about how sexy I thought it would be to experience being inside of him. I also talked about how I think it would pleasure him and his beautiful prostate. We ended our first conversation with not ready but working on it. I call that a success!

When you are getting closer to trying it, there are three essential components that you will need to buy: a harness, a strap-on and lubricant.

Obviously, he should be involved in choosing the strap-on because it is going inside of his body. He should be involved in shopping for the harness so he can start to feel comfortable picturing you wearing it.

There are so many different kinds of harnesses out there, and it is important for both of your comfort to discuss which one. You dont really need to shop for the lube together, just make sure that it is compatible with the toy material (silicone lube is not for silicone toys). Often a water-based anal-specific lube works (it is a bit thicker for added padding).

Just because youve bought everything, doesnt mean you can rush into pegging. You still need to fully respect his boundaries. You can always try anal play with the strap-on you chose without putting it in the harness first. Get his bum used to the toy before strapping it into the harness.

Bringing up the possibility of pegging with your boyfriend can be a quick feat or a really long, drawn-out one. It is important not to pressure him, to communicate any desires or concerns and act like a team throughout.

Youre both trying this out for the first time, so go easy on him! On your side, you can prepare by reading how-to guides. If youve only ever been on the receiving end of things, then you might need some tips and practice yourself. Keep informed so you can both have the best possible experience.

I know youre concerned about what happens if you buy all the equipment and there is still no pegging? Easy solution! Just have him suck your dick literally. I promise it is one of the hottest things youll ever do. The harness and toy will be worth it.
Any other tips to bring up pegging with a partner? Let us know!

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Do men have a G-spot? You asked Google heres the answer | Gareth McLean

Every day millions of internet users ask Google lifes most difficult questions, big and small. Our writers answer some of the commonest queries

Because women are simply not allowed to have something special all to themselves, no sooner had the female G-spot been first mentioned in the 1940s than men started mithering and muttering: But wheres ours? We want a G-spot too. Envy, like fear, is such a great motivator.

Of course men want a G-spot too. The G-spot or Grfenberg spot is a sweet little site, off the beaten track, tucked away, a bit of a trek to get to but an absolute delight when reached. A bit like the Isle of Skye. But with fewer sheep. Probably. It is a hidden gem, an unadulterated pleasure-dispenser.

Pleasure, you say? Great shuddering waves of pleasure? In stark contrast to most mens laissez-faire attitude to other traditionally female activities child-rearing, say why wouldnt men want a piece of this initially female-focused action? Men rigorously and vigorously investigated and explored and embarked on expeditions akin to those undertaken by Victorian adventurers. Except these missions were to somewhere more intimidating than darkest Peru. Because the search for the male G-spot led men up their own arse and to the prostate. For pleasure, penetration. As you know if you pay attention to fairytales, you should be careful what you wish for.

While not quite the Manhattan Project, the same principle applies: you cant unring a bell. And thus, the G-spot represents a point at which two of mens most perplexing issues intersect their relationship with their body and their relationship with their feelings.

If men have an uneasy relationship with their body as a whole is it too skinny or too flabby, too hairy or too smooth? its with one hole in their body that they have the oddest relationship of all. Especially straight men. Because straight men were once straight boys and while not all straight boys called gay boys (like me) bum bandit on a fairly regular basis, a fair few of them did or at least didnt take a stand against those that were.

Bums, sticking things up them, and the pleasure subsequently derived from such an activity was gay. Consequently, it was also dirty and immoral. Any interaction, therefore, between arsehole and finger beyond what was absolutely necessary that could inadvertently lead to confusing feelings of pleasure must be avoided or at least never spoken about lest everyone think that youre gay.

This is, very simply, how guilt and shame are propagated, how you can alienate people from their own bodies, and how everybody ends up miserable. From the gay boys who are bullied even before they know theyre gay through to the straight boys who like anal play but are terrified that they might be gay, to the bullies themselves who are unnaturally obsessed with what other people might be doing with their own bodies.

Of course, those of us who grew up to be gay worked out that such pleasure wasnt dirty or immoral even if at the time I recall being aghast that up the bum was the norm for my people. We blessed homosexuals further worked out that we could rid ourselves of the shame so assiduously shoved our way because it wasnt ours to begin with. It was theirs.

For there are certain straight people who are more obsessed with gay sex than gay people are. This is particularly true when it comes to anal sex. While certain religiously conservative people would have you believe that homosexuals are rampantly sodomising each other at every available opportunity, believe me, we are not. The proportion of my time I spend engaging in anal sex is less time than I spend doing the washing-up every week. Can you imagine? Id have to get a dishwasher.

The point is that gay men can be comfortable that their arse is a significant erogenous zone. Straight men have, until very recently, been unable to admit that they might heaven forfend, Muriel! enjoy a bit of anal play. Because, you know, it can feel nice. Its worth pointing out that straight men are victims of a simplistic approach to sexuality too, the view that sexuality is binary and not what it actually is a spectrum. You need only look at the distrust and scepticism with which both straight people and gay people view male bisexuality especially to see how ingrained that erroneous belief in the binary is. Lets call this the Bi Now, Gay Later Hypothesis.

This brings us neatly to that other erstwhile verboten area for men feeling their feelings. In a way, its strange that there should be so much attention paid to the search for the male G-spot, given how men have, historically, been unwilling to feel and discouraged from feeling their feelings. That men have, slowly but surely, started to open themselves up emotionally and otherwise to feeling pleasure and giving pleasure to others can only be A Good Thing. After all, what is feeling but feeling vulnerable? (I refer you to the excellent Bren Browns TED talk on the subject of vulnerability, which should be required, repeated viewing in schools and on ITV between Coronation Street double bills). Admitting that you have feelings and then feeling them is an admission that you can be hurt and any step in that direction is a positive one for all concerned.

Truly, we should not underestimate what progress this is, and it is progress represented by the search for, acknowledgement of and discussion around the male G-spot. As a man who has spent a fair amount of his (leisure) time looking for it my own and other peoples and had varying degrees of success, I can honestly say that its time well spent. Even if the dishes do start piling up if you spend too long on expedition.

Lest we forget, it was not so long ago that men not only kept their socks on to have sex but barely removed their trousers, desperately trying to impregnate a thoroughly delighted wife in order that they could have yet another pair of hands to put to work on the land. That the pursuit of pure pleasure recreationally and/or as part of a loving relationship can be acknowledged as a legitimate pastime may soon be a decadence that humanity can no longer afford but were not there yet. So, before Armageddon, do indulge. It may be the only pleasure you have left come Brexit. Rejoice at the existence of a male G-spot and the successful search for it.

Equally, you might see the dogged search for the male G-spot as akin to the Nazis search for the Ark of the Covenant in Raiders of the Lost Ark and point, not unreasonably, to how that worked out. You are entitled to that if-I-may-say-rather-gloomy view. But thats life all about perspective. As perspectives go, flat on your back with your ankles behind your ears isnt a bad one.

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How To Anally Stimulate Your Boyfriend Like A Champion

I’m sure this will come as a surprise to approximately no one, but I’ll say it anyway so that we can begin this article coming from a place of truth and understanding — I’m very into butt stuff.

All things revolving around the derriere I find utterly fascinating. Just yesterday, while standing behind bae in the shower, I found it literally impossible not to repeatedly smack his butt while he washed the shampoo from his hair.

I’m just into the butt. I was doing some light reading about the prostate the other night as I often do and it occurred to me that all of my personal anus exploration has been almost exclusively trial and error.

Sure, there are plenty of how to have anal sex guides to assist us through the conquering of our own lady-butts, but there is no manual to guide us ladies through the passageways of prostate stimulation.

Being no stranger to all things anal on my backend, I wanted to know more about getting up in a guy’s a-hole. I wanted to make a little how to for all you wayward butthole adventurers to have at the ready for the next time you want to go to town on your man’s butt cherry.

To help in this endeavor, one that I have no doubt will earn me a Pulitzer and possibly the Nobel Peace Prize, I asked Amy Levine, sex coach and founder of “Ignite Your Pleasure,” to help me help you.

WTF is a prostate?

You might be asking yourself, Um. I’m sorry, WHAT is a prostate? Because it’sfreaking me out.

Let me put your worries to rest, little ones. The dictionary definition of a prostate is, a gland surrounding the neck of the bladder in male mammals and releasing prostatic fluid. Its main function is to release prostate fluid, which is one of the elements of semen. This small, walnut-shaped gland is essential to the reproductive process.

It’s located just inside the rectum and can be reached through the butthole.

Here’s a diagram so you can see where it’s located:

Many men enjoy having their prostate stimulated. I asked Levine why this is and she simply said, It feels good. Sometimes these things don’t have a real explanation, they just are the way they are.


Why do men get weird about it?

Some men are weird about letting their girlfriends do stuff to their butt. The reason for this is rather simple: many guys are insecure about their masculinity and status as alpha male. They think if they let their girlfriend into their a-holes, it takes away their status as a male.

Of course, this is ridiculous.

As Levine puts it,

It stems from homophobia and what it may mean if they enjoy it. All it means is that they like their prostate touched — it’s not an indication of their sexual orientation.

Enjoying prostate stimulation does not make you gay. Every man has a prostate gland and it feels good to have it stimulated, no matter which gender you prefer.


What do I say to gain access to the anus?

Levine says that a conversation about experimenting with prostate stimulation is a must. You shouldn’t just go sticking your finger in your boyfriend’s ass without his consent.

I know, I know. Most of us ladies have had a rogue finger up our butts before, sans convo, but that doesn’t make it right. If you want your boyfriend to feel comfortable with it, you have to talk about it.

Levine suggests making it about a larger discussion about anal sex, It’s a conversation starter about if he wants to try anal sex on you. And you can say, ‘I’m open if you’re open to anal exploration too.’”

You have to give a little to get a little. Mostly, it’s about being honest and open. Sex should be fun and explorative, not this high-pressure thing.


How do I penetrate the man cherry?

Even before you have the conversation about anal play, you can gauge your boyfriend’s interest in butt stuff by engaging his perineum. Also known as the taint, the perineum is the space of skin between a guy’s ball sack and his butthole. It can feel really awesome to have it stimulated.

The next time you’re giving him a BJ, reach up and press two knuckles against his taint and knead gently. He may not even know this was exactly what he wanted.

I suggest trying prostate stimulation either during a blowjob or while you’re in the reverse cowgirl position. You want to be able to easily reach the area without too much strain on your body. It’s not the easiest gland to reach during sex.

Levine gave us a solid breakdown on how to reach the prostate,

When he’s lying on his back. Either of you can slide a well-lubed finger or toy slowly into his rectum along the belly button side of his body. The gland can be felt about three to four inches deep. [While] the prostate is actually on the other side of the tissue, this is how it gets stimulated.

Once you get to the prostate, you can gently touch it or hold a toy against it to increase stimulation.

I usually put a condom over my finger before going up the dirt road because I have long fingernails. Just a suggestion, ladies.

If you’re looking to use butt toys, Levine suggests The Hugo. I’m a big fan of Doc Johnson’s butt toys. Just remember that butt toys need to have a flared bottom. Otherwise, you risk losing them in the anus and that could mean a delightful trip to the ER.

Do not put a regular vibrator or dildo up a butt. It is both gross and you run the risk of permanently tainting your toys with an unpleasant odor.


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How To Bring Up the Possibility Of Pegging With Your Boyfriend

While pegging might be a topic that were seeing more often in mainstream media (like in the movie Deadpool, and well Elite Daily), it can still be a taboo subject.

We all know by now that butt stuff isnt just for straight women and gay men; it is for everyone who has an anus. Anal play does not discriminate between gender identities and sexual orientations. People have finally seemed to clue in to the fact that anal sex feels really damn good.

It might have something to do with the thousands of nerve endings, the prostate gland or the g-spot targeting angle you know, just maybe.

Pegging is usually described as a woman giving anal sex to a man by use of a strap-on. While we are talking about girlfriends pegging boyfriends, please dont forget that pegging ignores gender roles and can be used to describe anyone giving anyone anal sex by use of a strap-on.

As a cis woman, the idea of pegging is insanely hot. I get to explore different areas of my boyfriends body, allowing him to discover new pleasure centers. I also get to quite literally fuck him. He gets the enjoyment of watching his phallus enter inside of me, so I get to do the same. It only seems fair.

Although you might like to jump straight into pegging, there are some steps to properly bring up the topic without having your guy flat out refuse.

I would highly suggest letting your man explore your anus. The first reason is that it can feel amazing for you and I dont want you to miss out. The second reason is that youre in this together. If you understand what anal play feels like, then you are more prepared to play with someone elses anus.

It can also ease your guys mind about it not being a taboo subject. If you refuse (and you have every right to refuse), then he might be less willing to try it himself. Do not do anything you are not comfortable with make sure you communicate any concerns.

It doesnt have to be with a penis. Anal play can feel good with a finger, a butt plug, a dildo (with proper flared base) or a penis. In fact, it is a good idea to start small with a finger and work toward larger objects like sex toys.

This is a good idea for you, but also an excellent idea for your guy. If your goal is pegging, then you still need to start slow. Start with exploring his prostate with a finger.

From my experience, most guys are hesitant about this and then end up really enjoying it. The trick is to add a LOT of lube to your finger and the butt hole. (And cut your nails!) Once youve both mastered the finger, then you can consider introducing a toy.

There are butt plugs in various sizes as well assex toys for beginner pegging. Toys made specifically for pegging are often skinny, smooth and non-realistic looking (aka: they dont look like a dick). If youre introducing toys into your anal play, then consider choosing some that your man would be interested in trying.

A great idea is to shop together, or find a bunch that you think could work and have him pick out the one he likes the most. You can share toys, just make sure to properly sanitize them before switching orifices.

If youve introduced anal play with fingers and toys, but still havent done any pegging, then it is time to bring up the topic. I started to talk about pegging by reading non-fiction erotic stories and sending them over to him. You have this really steamy story written judgment-free by someone on the internet.

By sending it to him to read on his alone time, he can let his imagination go wild without feeling any pressure to react in a certain way. There are plenty of pegging recounts online, but I dont suggest bombarding his inbox. Pick out one or two really hot ones and forward them to him. Hell have some time to think before you have a conversation about it.

Keep your conversation 100 percent positive and judgment-free.

I talked about how sexy I thought it would be to experience being inside of him. I also talked about how I think it would pleasure him and his beautiful prostate. We ended our first conversation with not ready but working on it. I call that a success!

When you are getting closer to trying it, there are three essential components that you will need to buy: a harness, a strap-on and lubricant.

Obviously, he should be involved in choosing the strap-on because it is going inside of his body. He should be involved in shopping for the harness so he can start to feel comfortable picturing you wearing it.

There are so many different kinds of harnesses out there, and it is important for both of your comfort to discuss which one. You dont really need to shop for the lube together, just make sure that it is compatible with the toy material (silicone lube is not for silicone toys). Often a water-based anal-specific lube works (it is a bit thicker for added padding).

Just because youve bought everything, doesnt mean you can rush into pegging. You still need to fully respect his boundaries. You can always try anal play with the strap-on you chose without putting it in the harness first. Get his bum used to the toy before strapping it into the harness.

Bringing up the possibility of pegging with your boyfriend can be a quick feat or a really long, drawn-out one. It is important not to pressure him, to communicate any desires or concerns and act like a team throughout.

Youre both trying this out for the first time, so go easy on him! On your side, you can prepare by reading how-to guides. If youve only ever been on the receiving end of things, then you might need some tips and practice yourself. Keep informed so you can both have the best possible experience.

I know youre concerned about what happens if you buy all the equipment and there is still no pegging? Easy solution! Just have him suck your dick literally. I promise it is one of the hottest things youll ever do. The harness and toy will be worth it.
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Radhia discusses the male prostate gland and problem and symptoms with it. This includes notes on prostate cancer, enlarged prostates and other prostate problems questions and answers. What are the symptoms of prostate problems? How do you maintain prostate health? Do you need a prostate exam? What sexual problems occur become of poor prostate health? Can a bad prostate ruin sex?

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