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  • Scientist By Day Erotic Dancer By Night

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    Toxic Cherry aka Dr. Rebecca Slane

    Ashley Rosemont is a feature columnist for Sssh.com, the web’s original erotic site for women by women. She is a Renaissance woman of many talents, but tries to remain humble in the face of all the curveballs life throws her way. She has been a professional writer for over two decades, and specializes in writing on media, culture, health and sexuality.

    The UK newspaper The Daily Mail reports on a woman who took top honors in her science degree at the University of Sunderland, who has shifted her career path ever so slightly. She was a medicinal chemist in a lab coat. But her love of exotic dancing, begun while she was working on her PhD to keep in shape (and maybe even earlier, as she is a former gymnast), eventually took hold and she has become a full time burlesque performer.

    “Juggling my pole classes with a full time job was hard work, says Dr. Rebecca Slane, whose stage name is “Toxic Cherry” (maybe there’s some scientific meaning behind that?) She has even opened her own exotic dance school! She has won the UK Professional Pole Cup (the top price in an exotic dance competition), and now teaches over one hundred and fifty students a week. Who says girls can’t excel in the arts and sciences?  Continue Reading

    February 26, 2014 • Sex News • Views: 589

  • Skipping Foreplay

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    Foreplay!

    Why does everyone say “don’t skip foreplay”?

    It’s totally impossible to skip foreplay.

    Ms Nix, of MsNixInTheMix.com, invited me to her site to talk about the impossibility of skipping foreplay. If you’re the type to try and skip foreplay, you need to go read this right now:

    The Impossibility of Skipping Foreplay

    November 5, 2013 • Sex & Dating Tips • Views: 746

  • The Three Bad Things About Sex

    Eroscott is an erotic fiction writer and a loyal follower of the Sex.com Blog.

    Today, Eroscott shares his wealth of sexual knowledge and experience to tell us the Three Bad Things About Sex:

    Sex is such a wonderful thing, or it should be. If it wasn’t so wonderful we wouldn’t have seven billion people on this planet now.

    There are really only two reasons to have sex: 1) to reproduce and, 2) because it feels good. It’s the second reason that has led to what some people say is overpopulation—although I think human ingenuity will allow for an even greater population without massive and widespread famine. But I digress.

    If sex doesn’t feel good, then you’re probably doing it wrong. That usually applies to women, not that women do it wrong on purpose. And that brings up a third reason for sex, control and domination. Many men don’t give a damn if the women they have sex with like it or not, just as long as they, the men, get off on it. That sentiment is probably more typical than many people might think. And, in my personal experience, I have met many women whose former boyfriends or husbands really didn’t care if their woman enjoyed the sexual experience or not. In fact, some men felt threatened if their wives enjoyed it too much.

    But again, I digress. The title of this post is “The Three Bad Things about Sex.” So let’s assume, for the sake of argument, that we are talking about men who want to please their women sexually and are as concerned with doing so as with pleasing themselves, and vice versa.

    Here’s the list of the three objectively bad things about sex: 1) Non-consensual sex, 2) unwanted pregnancies, 3) sexually transmitted diseases.  Continue Reading

    September 28, 2013 • Sex, Sex & Dating Tips, Sexual Health • Views: 980

  • OK, There Is ONE Exception to the ‘Don’t Send Dick Pics’ Rule

    Calico Rudasil is a feature columnist for Sssh.com, the web’s original erotic site for women by women. With over 16 years’ experience of writing about and for the adult entertainment industry under her belt, Calico qualifies as something of a Web Porn Dinosaur; similar to a tyrannosaurus, only with far more attractive arms and a less pronounced overbite.

    We couldn’t be happier to have Calico Rudasil come by the Sex.com Blog and rethink her “Don’t Send Dick Pics” Rule.

    I know I’ve climbed atop the virtual soapbox before and implored men everywhere to stop sending out pictures of their genitals, whether to the women in their lives or the general public, but there’s nothing like a hilarious photo of a talk show host’s horrified face to make one realize that there are no absolutes in life – and that yes, sometimes it is OK to text a picture of your cock to a complete stranger.

    Earlier this month, “Today” co-host Hoda Kotb showed herself to be U.S. Congressional material, at least where mastery of technology is concerned, by accidentally displaying her cellphone number on national television while attempting to demonstrate how the new Samsung Smartwatch syncs with her phone. Predictably, Kotb was quickly inundated with calls and texts – including one sent by a man who was kind enough to send Hoda a picture of “his junk.”  Continue Reading

    September 18, 2013 • Funny, Stuff • Views: 422

  • Women Do Not Want to See Your Dick (A Friendly Reminder to Guys)

    Calico Rudasil is a feature columnist for Sssh.com, the web’s original erotic site for women by women. With over 16 years’ experience of writing about and for the adult entertainment industry under her belt, Calico qualifies as something of a Web Porn Dinosaur; similar to a tyrannosaurus, only with far more attractive arms and a less pronounced overbite.

    Today Calico Rudasil is here with a friendly reminder to guys that women don’t want to see your dick.

    Look, I like dick as much as the next girl, when presented in its proper context – that context being attached to a man with whom I’m about to have sex (or at least fool around with a bit). Where I generally do NOT like dick is out of context, like on my smartphone, sitting like a flesh-colored turd in my email inbox, or otherwise divorced from situations that have at least the potential to go coital.

    I can’t speak for all women, naturally, but I think I speak for most when I say this sexting thing has gotten out of hand (your hand being, by the way, a much better place to put your penis when you simply cannot keep it in your pants then is your iPhone, fellas).  Continue Reading

    September 5, 2013 • Sex, Sex & Dating Tips • Views: 672

  • Is Sexual Objectification OK?


    Calico Rudasil is a feature columnist for Sssh.com, the web’s original erotic website for women by women. With over 16 years’ experience of writing about and for the adult entertainment industry under her belt, Calico qualifies as something of a Porn Dinosaur; similar to a tyrannosaurus, only with far more attractive arms and a less pronounced overbite.
    Today, Calico brings her knowledge and experience in erotica here to the Sex.com Blog to ask one complicated question, “Is Sexual Objectification OK”

    It’s a question I feel like I shouldn’t have to struggle with, given that I’m an advocate of sexually explicit expression (AKA “porn”), and if there’s one tried and true staple of that expressive form, it’s the objectification and fetishizing of people, body parts, physical traits, sex acts and so on.

    On the other hand, like a lot of women, I’ve been on the other end of undesired objectification more than a few times, and fully understand the involuntary “Eeewww, ick!” reaction that courses through a person’s being when they realize that, for example, some slovenly, fidgeting creepazoid has been thoroughly fixated on the area surrounding the back pockets of your jeans since four subway stops ago.

    The objectification question first struck me long before I cracked the cover of any feminist tome, well in advance to my first exposure to any porn more hardcore than select issues of National Geographic, but it didn’t really trouble me much until I became sexually active, and got a taste of what it’s like when a fetish goes a bit too far.

    My first brush with the feeling came when I was out on what I wasn’t sure was a date, but sure hoped was a date. Continue Reading

    August 29, 2013 • Sex, Sex & Dating Tips • Views: 836

  • The Secrets to SFW Orgasms by Emja

    female orgasm The Secrets to SFW Orgasms by Emja

    You already know what it is

    Emja is a blogger for Hotmoviesforher.com.

    I’ve been following Emja for a while because she’s much funnier than the average sex blogger and I feel like I can only improve my own blog by emulating her style. 

    Because I’m such a big fan, I’m thrilled to say that Emja was nice enough to do guest post for us. Enjoy Emja’s “The Secrets to SFW Orgams”:

    Guys, I scratched a fresh bug bite yesterday. And it was amazing. I mean, mind-blowingly, holy-shit-yes, top-quality amazing. I will, of course, put my foot down and proclaim — it rivalled the feeling of an orgasm. Do you know this feeling? Are you human? You know this feeling, I don’t even need to ask. You can probably imagine a little itch right now, right above that little bone above your ankle. Your jeans brush against it as you cross your legs. It’s just a faint little tingle, like your hair standing up. Then it starts to get stronger. BANG! IT’S DONE! MUST SCRATCH MUST SCRATCH NOW!!

    Scratch, scratch, scratch…

    Oh my God, yes. Give me a cigarette it was that good.

    My news for you? That feeling does not stop with just a maiden voyage to bug-scratch heaven. And you can mimic the feeling of sexual release with a few other SFW activities.  Continue Reading

    August 27, 2013 • Sex & Dating Tips • Views: 1157

  • Is Your Man, NOT Mr. Big?

    Skye O’Donovan is a writer, film director and photgrapher for Sssh.com.  She has been with this unique website for women exploring their sexuality since 2001 and has a passion for creating intelligent, erotic content for women viewers and readers.

    Ms O’Donovan was nice enough to take time out of her busy schedule and come talk to us about penis size and sex-techniques for the average man.

    So without further ado…

    Is Your Man, NOT Mr. Big?

    by Skye O’Donovan

    Okay, we all know size doesn’t really matter. If your man knows how to please you with his hands, mouth and mind, the fact that he may have a smaller-than-average penis should not be an issue. In fact it does seem likely that men who are under-endowed should make sure they become well-versed in their sexual skills just in case they run into a situation where a partner is disappointed in their size, length or girth.

    This brings me to an important distinction: we often equate male member endowment with length, but anecdotal evidence suggests that girth and width are actually far more important for sexual pleasure. So if your man is blessed with a short but stout chubby, be sure to let him know this makes all the difference! As the old saying goes, “It’s not the stroke, it’s the bore!

    But let’s get to the point of this article and why you’re reading it. If your man is a smaller than the average bear, and this affects your sex life, you may need a bit of help with how to make the most of what he has.  Continue Reading

    August 21, 2013 • Sex, Sex & Dating Tips • Views: 923