As someone who works in the sex industry, I often get asked about the best sex advice - whether it's tips of my own or advice other people have given me, it's usually easy to pick a few key pieces of wisdom that have stuck with me throughout the years. But there's loads to be learned from bad sex advice too, so allow me to present three examples of the worst sex advice I've ever been given, which you can hopefully share on Facebook and Twitter to make sure no one repeats these rubbish tips ever again.
It's rare that I get to do sex and science fiction in the same blog post, but this week the opportunity came hurtling straight out of the sky, like the asteroid in Armageddon. A top scientist has warned that NASA needs to study sex in space as a matter of urgency, and I am happy to volunteer my services...
For horny layabouts like myself, Bank Holidays are an excellent opportunity to relax, get naked, and catch up on all the sex you were too tired for during the average working week. Unfortunately, lots of other things tend to get in the way. So for those of you who want a hot bank holiday (in more than one sense), here's how to get out of those annoying Bank Holiday obligations and give yourself more time for getting dirty...
Anal sex toys are one of my favourite things to collect. Not only is it handy to have a variety of different sizes and shapes of butt plug (because everyone's butt-related tolerance is different), but also because if guys are a little nervous or unsure about anal play, sometimes just showing them a rainbow of different anal toy possibilities gets them hot under the collar. Anal play isn't all giant dildos and fisting – despite some people's misconceptions that 'anal sex' equals 'extreme.' If it only ever meant hardcore stretching and pounding I'd probably never have fallen in love with anal play. As it is, lots of early encounters with smaller objects, vibrating anal toys, and lubed-up fingers ensured I fell in love with butt stuff and that love will last a lifetime.
Recently, I ran electric current through my junk and then had sex with my partner. In isolation, that sounds like a bizarre and – frankly – torturous thing to do. But when you know a bit more about electrosex, you'll understand why it was so incredible. Let me tell you about ElectraStim.
One of the most frequently asked questions of a sex blogger (well, of this sex blogger at any rate) is 'how do I get my partner to do this thing in bed?' People with kinks or fantasies that they'd like to share often struggle to broach the subject, worried that their partner might be shocked. And even non-kinky people often want to know how to give their partner direction in bed – showing them what's pleasurable and what isn't without risking hurting their feelings.
This week I'm diving straight in to an issue close to my heart: premature ejaculation. I've spotted a few news articles doing the rounds about potential ways to treat premature ejaculation, so what better opportunity than to give an overview of what it is, how it can affect people, and what you can do to manage it if it's giving you strife.
At the moment, I cannot get enough of sex tech. Whether that's sexy robots who are coming to shag us all (it's a thing – really) or bluetooth-enabled sex toys that put a serious buzz into your long-distance boning. Every year that goes by, sex gets more interesting – we learn more about the ways in which different people get pleasure, and we develop shiny new toys to make the most of all the cool things our bodies can do.
And sometimes we make drones with dildos attached.