Look, sometimes sex just isn’t right. Sometimes it is fucked, not fucking. Sometimes it can’t be helped and sometimes it is entirely our faults. But this week’s Sex Stories We Love on Kinkly just might give us some ideas to help and move forward.
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Apps are now an essential part of our daily lives. So it only makes sense that they feature prominently in our sex lives as well. I spent some time testing the foremost interactive sex toy app, Feel Connect. Trust me, with the developments in sex toys and connectivity, this app is going to be an essential addition to your phone.
Check out Feel Connect App: Getting Started with the Interactive Sex Toy App on Future of Sex!
Lots to talk about in the world of sex, but penis was a pretty popular topic last week. But don’t worry, it ain’t all dick in this week’s Sex Stories We Love on Kinkly.
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It has been a while since I reviewed something for Cara Sutra’s awesome Pleasure Panel. And I’m happy to be back. This is THE community for sex product reviews. You’d be doing yourself a big favour in checking it out.
I was lucky enough to play with this bad boy, the Adrien Lastic Spartacus R Vibrating Cock Ring. I was very pleased and I think you will be too. Check out my full review here!
Out here in the suburbs of Toronto, it is hot. I love it! And I love hot movies. That’s right, porn! So it is time for another special pornorific edition of Sex Stories We Love on Kinkly!
Check out stories on Porn Can Help, Custom Creations, Rear Naked Choke?, Still Lots to Fix, Real Sex/Porn Sex Venn and Have a…Seat?
It is always a good time to rethink things—particularly when it comes to sex. Taking the time to reflect and consider whether or not it is time for a change doesn’t mean there will always be change, but taking those moments to gain clarity is key to becoming better sexual beings. This week’s Sex Stories We Love on Kinkly is all about times when people have taken some time to pause for think and provided a much-needed rethink.
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Controversy can sometimes be considered a dirty word—in more ways than one! When it comes to sex, controversy can sometimes be very negative and damaging to those involved. Sadly, this is more often the case. However, sometimes sex and controversy make for quite needed bedfellows. It can often be the catalyst for new discussions and improved understanding of hard subjects. This week’s Sex Stories We Love on Kinkly explores some recent sexual controversies.
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“Oh, Doctor, doctor, can’t you see I’m burning, burning
Oh, Doctor, doctor, is this love I’m feeling?”
—Doctor! Doctor!, Thompson Twins
This week’s Sex Stories We Love on Kinkly looks at the many intersections between the medical world and the sexual world. Two worlds that should play nice together, but don’t always play nice together.
Check out stories on Sex and Antidepressants, No! No Swimming!, Operation Empty and Sticky, Resistant STI, Serious Sex Injuries, Glitter Be Gone.
There is no denying that sex is big business. And it goes far beyond the idea of “sex sells.” Sex doesn’t just sell, it moves! This week’s Sex Stories We Love on Kinkly focuses on different aspect of the many arms of the sex industry.
Check out stories on Poppin’ Up All Over, Who’s Playing?, Run Down by Reviews, Enticed by Erotica, Beware of Bullshit and S is for Sex and Safety.
I had the pleasure of talking about How To Write Effective SEO Grabbing Sex Articles with my good friend Dr. Trina Read for her excellent podcast Business of Sex!
Crafting good written content to accompany your product is paramount. So many interesting and intriguing ideas have been sunk because the literature that accompanies it isn’t strong enough to catch consumers’ attention. I share my thoughts on this with Trina and I hope you enough our conversation as much as I did.