It is impossible to avoid awkward, uncomfortable and sometimes maddening situations when you’re dealing with sex. That is inevitable. However, how we and society-at-large deal with these situations is key. This week’s Sex Stories We Love on Kinkly explores some good ways…and some bad.
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Life is full of cautionary tales that we should all heed. Of course, sex is definitely included in that. This week’s Sex Stories We Love on Kinkly is all about taking what we can from the sex triumphs and travails of our friends and fellow sex explorers.
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There are so many challenges and intricacies to sex—I’m sure we’ve all felt this. And on this week’s Sex Stories We Love on Kinkly, we get into some of them, particularly around desire.
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This week’s Sex Stories We Love on Kinkly can be best summarized by the phrase “don’t let your guard down.” For sure, there are lots of amazing things about meeting people and having sex, but there are also many cautionary tales to be told.
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This week’s Sex Stories We Love on Kinkly features many discussions about women’s bodies. Why there are so many discussions about women’s bodies involving people who aren’t women, I don’t really know. I weigh in, but pleasure ensure you read the linked stories to hear from women themselves for a true understanding.
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This week’s Sex Stories We Love on Kinkly is all about how we should have discerning eyes about the talk and advice we’re given about sex. There are lots of ideas out there, folks. Talk them in and make your decisions.
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There are a lot of sex stories in this big, beautiful world—and these are just a few. And to be precise, let’s take a moment to note how many are focused on North America and Europe, particularly when it comes to research. While these stories are great and worthy of sharing, I’d love to expand this reportage. If you ever come across studies, research and news about sex from other parts of the world, please drop a line!
This week we’ve got some awesome stories to consider in this week’s Sex Stories We Love on Kinkly! Check out missives on Stress Relief Shuffle?, Bellies Are Best, Expanding Sex Research, Bye Bye Backpage, Far Out Fetish, Urine For A Good Time.
I am always deeply appreciative when change for the better happens in the sex world. Let’s keep it going! This week’s Sex Stories We Love on Kinkly offers up some perceptions, thoughts and actions that could do with a fresh coat of paint.
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It is that time of year again—are you ready for more lists? Well, remember, if you’re hear then you know those lists have to be about sex!
People are drawn to collections of data and opinion so this week’s Sex Stories We Love on Kinkly is a gathering of sexy facts, figures, thoughts and desires.
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As 2016 draws to a close, we can always hope for change. We can watch it, make it, wish for it and applaud it. Change in the sex world can always happen.
Check out these Sex Stories We Love on Kinkly to discover more about change from this past year and, perhaps, get inspired for 2017.
Take a read about New Way to Pay for Porn?, Bad for the Baculum?, New and…Improved?, Reach Out and Virtually Touch Someone, Complex Sexual Identities and Beyond the Scale.