Respect The Boobies!

Don’t forget the boobies!

Foreplay is an important aspect of the language and song of sex. Without foreplay, sex can lack rhythm, narrative, and variety. Boobs, breasts, tits; whatever you call them, they are important to foreplay. While it is certainly not required (variety is the spice of life) new couples sometimes start higher up on their bodies and work their way down to lower erogenous zones. If kissing and breast stimulation are important to you in foreplay, make it known in your sex life and stand up for the boobies’ right to feel great. In fact, breast stimulation is a powerful activity for any phase of a sexual encounter. So love the boobies and don’t forget the boobies!

There are a variety of ways to stimulate the breasts. Squeezing, sucking, and fondling all come pretty naturally and are stimulating to many individuals. Some lovers prefer to deal with the whole breast and some need a nipple focus. When the boobies in your life need a little (or a lot) of extra attention, consider augmenting your sexual activity with some toys and devices invented to please and engage the breasts. You may be seeking more pressure, teasing or warmth on the breasts. Nipple clamps and nipple massagers are just two of many such available products. You may also want to consider arousal gels and pretty petal nipple designs. Lovers of all persuasions, personalities, (and genders) can benefit from some quality attention given to their breasts, chests, and nipples, so take the plunge and give the boobies the attention and love they deserve!

5 (not so) shocking sex and life secrets of a gay man

Gay men are some of the most stereotyped people in society. There is tons of misinformation circulating the web about gay men’s sex lives, often times playing into stereotypes rather than expressing reality. Because of this, we have compiled a list of some sex and life secrets of gay men that may shock you, even though they really shouldn’t.


Gay men keep their feelings to themselves.

While Hollywood often likes to portray emotional gay men that talk about their feelings nonstop, gay men often feel as though they need to keep it private.

More gay men identify as ‘versatile’ than you’d think!

That’s the joy of gay sex, the individual can change his role from partner to partner depending on the relationship dynamics. A generally shy person can have the opportunity to be dominated in bed one day and submissive another.

Gay men are no less or no more sexually active then straight men.

In fact, on average, the number of sexual partners is the same for both. The main difference is many gay men are totally okay with just making out and foreplay and enjoy that just as much (if not more) than actual penetration. According to OK Cupid gay men are more artistic, thus finding great joy in even a simple BJ while straight men are more horny, always wanting to go the final mile and get it in. Like, a lot.

Gay men are not inherently more romantic than straight men.

For some reason, people still believe that being gay somehow makes you more romantic, when this is quite the contrary. There are plenty of gay men that don’t want to go on date after date, including many that prefer one-night stands and purely sexual relationships over traditional dating.

Gay relationships are not always monogamous.

While mainstream media likes to show gay couples as living lives parallel to the traditional image of straight couples, there is a rising trend of open relationships within the gay community, just like in the straight community.

4 Tips on How Successful Couples Fight

All Couples Fight. Here’s How Successful Couples Do It Differently.

Let’s face it, everyone fights sometimes and in some situations, a good row is even fun. Arguing is actually a sign of a healthy relationship if it does not abuse or belittle. There is nothing wrong with expressing your displeasure with something your significant other did, but it’s never okay to call your partner names or use other hurtful words.


Here are 4 tips on how successful couples fight.

1  They Stand Their Ground

When an argument becomes heated, they don’t run off and stew. Instead, both parties verbally address the issues of the fight until they are resolved. Running off and avoiding the unpleasantness of the disagreement doesn’t solve anything, in fact, it makes things worse. Maybe you have heard to never go to bed mad at each other, well that is sound advice. Seeking the solace of sleep instead of addressing the problems in the relationship doesn’t make them better. It is just a form of avoidance and harmful to the relationship.

2. Take Turns

One person does not do all the talking in an argument. You need to take turns and truly listen to each other. No matter how hard it might be, do not interrupt your partner. Let her finish talking before you start to tell your side of the story.

3.  Give Each Other the Benefit of Doubt

You need to acknowledge that neither one of you is perfect. remember that you ultimately you love each other or you would not be together, so give each other the benefit of the doubt.

4.  Never Threaten to Bail

Threatening to leave your partner over an argument is immature and detrimental to the trust in the relationship. Remember that you are a team and in it for the long haul.

Fights happen. Remember that everyone argues, it is a great way to self-express yourself to your partner.  Just remain levelheaded and before you realize it, the argument will end and it’ll be time to make up.