by Jason Stotts Recently, a reader sent me this question and I’m very excited to get it. It’s one of my favorite subjects and one that I think all too few people are willing to talk about. My partner and I really enjoy anal sex, rimming, anal play with toys, etc, as long as it’s [...]
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by Jason Stotts Writer, speaker, and pornographer Tristan Taormino is coming to LA to give a talk about Anal Pleasure at The Pleasure Chest: Tuesday February 22nd 8-10 PM FREE! In her most popular workshop, one she has taught around the world for over 10 years, Tristan introduces you to the world of anal pleasure. [...]
by Jason Stotts On the original “On Male Orgasm and Prostate Play,” a reader asked the following question: This is a really good article. I appreciate that it focuses alot on the anatomy and phisiological aspect of the orgasm, and not just “stroke his cock fast with 2 hands” like alot of male orgasm articles. [...]
by Jason Stotts I was talking with someone the other day and they pointed out that while I had an essay on pegging, I did not have an essay on male orgasm or prostate play itself and few people are likely to jump right into pegging. This seems like a fair criticism to me and [...]
by Jason Stotts [Note: this is a repost of an essay that originally appeared Dec. 23, 2009 on the old Erosophia. I am reposting it in anticipation of a new, longer, essay on Pegging that I will be putting up soon.] In “On Pegging” I wanted to examine the activity of pegging by itself. Consequently, I [...]
by Jason Stotts [Note: this is a repost of an essay that originally appeared Sept. 13, 2009 on the old Erosophia. I am reposting it in anticipation of a new, longer, essay on Pegging that I will be putting up soon.] Pegging, for those who don’t know, is the fine art of a woman sodomizing [...]
by Jason Stotts Let’s be honest, when you read the title of this essay, it made you uneasy. It’s okay. The taboo against buttholes is so intense in our culture that it’s hard to even see the word without having a reaction to it. But, you might wonder, why is there such a strong negative [...]