Many times I go to sexy parties and just have fun. The people are almost always more interesting and seem to have a better sense of self because they had to sit and think about their boundaries. I don’t have to fuck. Any expression of sexuality is accepted, just make sure you tell people, “Oh I’m here to flirt and make out!” “I’m just watching today,” whatever. Then the other party has a choice if he/she wants to stick around or not
I've always been fascinated by the concepts of firsts.
Think back on all the adult videos you’ve seen in your life and ask yourself this question: What are some of the adjectives you would most likely not use to describe them? Right at the top of your list, it’s safe to say, would be words like sad, contemplative, introspective and melancholy, if those terms even occurred to you in the first place when thinking about pornography you’ve watched in the past, that is. This will change when you watch “Gone,” the latest adult film from director Angie Rowntree, founder and owner of Sssh.com.
When the Kim Davis marriage license bullshit blew up in the media, I knew there was an invisible countdown clock instituted by the porn industry to the inevitable porn parody. Well, the wait is almost over as Dogfart somehow beat Vivid to the crucial first step that leads to any porn parody: The lucrative offer to star in the porn parody.
I remember my first one night stand...
What would TSA agents make of the high-powered weapon of mass seduction strapped into my carryon bag?
“I’m not nervous to shoot porn for the first time,” Jasmine Summers said. “I’m nervous to fuck Tanya Tate. She’s like the queen of porn. I’ve been waiting for this day for six months."
Sex with the lights off was once synonymous with insecurity, at least in my mind.
I've only agreed to having a threesome with one person.
At face value, blow jobs can be a pretty degrading act.
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