As you might already know…
Basically, we have an opening for a dream job.
Sex.com is looking for someone (specifically a woman who is over 18) who can make a web-series about sex, contribute to the Sex.com Blog, and get flown around the world to attend events for Sex.com.
Sounds like a lot of work but on top of your annual salary, there’s a $5,000 signing bonus. As soon as you put your name on the contract, you get $5,000*. I only get $5,000 from Sex.com every 12 months!
Because this job calls for someone very creative, we’ve been getting some interesting applications. I’m going to share with you one of the strangest applications we’ve received so far.
Her name is Lula and she wants to be the New Face of Sex.com… Read more…
Here is the email that I got from George:
“Marni I want to date a stripper, I think we have a connection, nevertheless she is a very special person, she was taken aback and did not expect me to tell her how deep of a person she was, what to do I do next? I want to be fair and upfront with her, but I do not want to make her feel uncomfortable.”
Marni answers : “Ok George, stripper or not, it sounds that you met a woman you were highly attracted to, that you really would like to know and who you feel you have a connection with. Right?”
That’s great! Remember this:
“A woman is a woman whether she is a grocery cashier, a police officer or a stripper; meaning we all have need expectations and sexual desires when it comes to man, and the man we want. I actually happened to be friend with strippers and some pornstars, they all say the biggest turnoff for them is when men treat them like strippers and pornstars instead of like normal women who have feelings. In fact, I’ve actually seen totally awesome men become pervs and hornballs when interacting with strippers and pornstars even when these girls were off duty. These women always handle their behaviour very well, but I could sense that it totally turned them off.
As long as you treat her like a woman,someone who deserves respect, attention and to hear how do you feel as opposed to just another stripper, you could do no wrong! Even if you didn’t know her occupation i would advice you to be upfront because that what, we girl,crave for men. The goats to tell us how you feel us and your intention.
So be bold, be yourself and be upfront with her about how you see her. It seems like she’s already taking her guard down as very comfortable to speaking to you. Now turn off the heat. And go after what you want. Trust me there’s a good thing there.”
I hope that answered you question George.
In our first Ask Marni by Sex.com video dating tips, Marni answered Steve’s question:
“Hi Marni, I would like to know you can get a second date. Should I wait for the girl to suggest that we should see each other again? Because, I’ve read that advice from other male dating ‘experts.’
“Is it okay to say ’I would like to do this or that, do you want to come with me?’ Or something like that?”
Marni advises: “Of course, you can ask for a second date if you want to go on them. I don’t agree with getting her to ask you because most women are not going to ask you and therefore you lose out. LEAD. It’s your job to lead. As a man, always lead. The more you lead the more a woman would be inclined to follow. Why? Because when you lead and take on the masculine role it allows a woman to fall into a feminine role and that’s what women want most, to feel feminine. Women experience a hidden level of attraction when they feel the most feminine.
One time when my girlfriend and I were hanging out; she told me about her new boyfriend and the way he asked her out at the end of each date. She said that the way he asked her left no room for her to say no. She had no choice but to say yes to his invite because it was direct, confident and attractive.
So here is how you will end each date. Say this:
“<name>, I had a great time hanging out with you”
Then recall something that you learnt about her on the date or something or that she said or something funny she shared. Then ask her:
“I would to take you to a movie are you free?”
The reason why this approach is so attractive is because you’re stating what you want and relaying that to her. The response to that question is yes or no. Clean cut. Try it.
Alright Steve I hope that answered your question.
The other day I met a woman who asked me what I did. Without missing a step I said, “I write the Sex.com Blog.”
And she replied, ”There’s a Sex.com?”
I should have known then that this woman had questionable tastes if she had never been to Sex.com. Anyways, I was like, “Yeah. It’s the most expensive domain name in the world.”
And she was like, “Yeah? What is it?”
And I was like, “It’s a free porn site in the style of Pinterest. It’s the Pinterest of free internet pornography.”
And she was like, “Porn? That’s fucking gross.” Typically women aren’t as stimulated visually as men so I wasn’t offended. Also, some porn can be fucking gross.
So after being very diplomatic with her, I had to ask, “What do you do when you masturbate?”
To which she replied, “Masturbate? No. I don’t masturbate. That’s fucking gross. Why would anyone masturbate?”
As it turns out, this woman has been alive for 33 years and never once tried flicking the old baked bean. Rather than try and explain the perks of masturbation to this woman, I took her question to heart. What motivates people to masturbate? And that’s what our latest poll is all about. Read more…
The other day, I read an article on Gizmodo called “Not Safe For YouTube: How Google Draws the Line Between Porn and Art (NSFW)“. As the title suggests, the article addressed the fact that there is plenty of nudity on Youtube and it examined the way Youtube dealt with NSFW content.
Essentially, Youtube guidelines say that any video that’s “intented to be sexually provocative” will most likely be removed. Before it’s removed, the video featuring inappropriate content must be flagged by an offended user, then reviewed by Youtube employees in different countries. If the Youtube employees decide that the nudity’s artistic merit outweighs a sexually provocative motivation, then an age gate will be put in place. Only when the nudity crosses the artistic line does the video get removed.
This mature and sensible way of dealing with nudity on what is generally considered to be a SFW site made me want to revisit how nudity was being handled on another SFW site: Pinterest. Read more…
Gay sex, like straight sex, has a lot of different genres and niches. So why then did Sex.com only have one tag, “Gay” for all gay sex pictures and videos?
Wonder no more because Sex.com is proud to announce that we have a whole new version of the site just for gay sex. It’s called Gay.Sex.com and if you like Sex.com and gay sex, you’re probably going to like it. Read more…
Ran into some technical difficulties today.
Our servers couldn’t handle the amount of people reading about the Kobe Bryant offer. It didn’t help that the entire Midwest turned to porn as a means of surviving bad weather throughout the Midwest.
We won’t let it happen again, we promise.
Anyways, resume pinning and enjoying Sex.com.
So everyone’s talking about Magic Johnson’s $1 million offer to Lebron James to finally nut-up and enter the 2014 NBA Slam Dunk Contest.
Well, not to out do Magic Johnson but we’ve made our own little offer to another one of basketball’s biggest stars that needs to nut-up and enter the 2014 NBA Slam Dunk Contest: Kobe Bryant.
That’s right. If it’s going to take a $1 million of Magic Johnson’s money to get Lebron James to do the Dunk Contest, well we want to make sure Black Mamba is there to prove that he’s the NBA’s best player.
Here is an exclusive look at the press release that offers $5 million to Kobe Bryant to entice him to defend not only his reputation but also his victory from 1997.
Valentine’s Day is just two days away, which you should know by now because we’ve been hyping up Valentine’s Day for the last couple of weeks.
As a part of our Valentine’s Day hype-up, we ran a few polls. Because so many of you took the time to vote (which is approximately 1 second), we’d like to share the insights you’ve given us.
We should note that most of our users are men. So when we say “Sex.com users” or “porn fans” we’re really talking about about men. However, we don’t want to exclude the small percentage of women who voted. (Ladies, make Sex.com accounts and have your voice heard next time!)
Anyways, let’s take a look at what we’ve learned about “Sex.com users” and “porn fans” feelings towards Valentine’s Day.
Cosmopolitan called it, “Sex and the City marries Facebook.” They also called it, “Yelp for boys.” Redditors hated it. So what is it?
It is Lulu a new female-friendly dating app for smartphones.
How female-friendly? It wouldn’t even let me log on to check it out because I am a man.
*Just so you know, all my facts come from various sources around the internet and my opinions on formed on that information. Personally, I thought that we as a society were beyond sex-segregation but I guess I’m wrong.
So what is Lulu?
As you may have heard, Bibi Jones has come back to the adult entertainment business.
We were excited (so excited we made her a Top 10 that you should look at). And her return couldn’t have come at a better time: NFL Off-Season.
There’s nothing worse than no football. Perhaps blue-balls. Although, sports fans will argue that the NFL Off-Season is a form of blue-balls.
Anyways, with Bibi back in the business and New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski partying it up in Vegas with a broken forearm, we thought it would be cool to spend some money to get porn fans and sports fans excited.
Ever since the Twitter pictures with Gronk and Bibi posing together leaked, we’ve wanted to see a scene featuring the two of them. Bibi is gorgeous and Gronk is…well…Gronk is Gronk. He’d be perfect for porn.
Here now for your reading pleasure is Sex.com’s official press release offering to match Rob Gronkowski’s 2014 salary of 3.75 million dollars to perform in a porno scene with super babe Bibi Jones: