“She sat down on her bed and faced her cello. She held me tight in both hands, turned me on and cycled through my 8 patterns like she had done before. She did this at least 6 times, and never once removed her gaze from the cello. Her breathing became heavy.”
Initially marketing for sore necks and backs, the Magic Wand was also being recognized for soothing other parts of the body as well. As early as the 1970’s women quickly realized this hand-held device could be used off-label (ahem) for clitoral stimulation.
The Wasted Pleasures Insta page is eye-popping, to say the least. Frame-by-frame is electrifying, bubble-gum pink backgrounds punctuated with black line-art drawings.
“I could tell her senses were on high alert. She kept rubbing her thumb over the silk of my contour, entranced.”
From bees to Victorian-era steam machines mid-century electrical appliances, the history of the vibrator is a amazing tale full of intrigue and greatness. Here’s a sampling of just a few vibrators throughout history — and how they comes a woman’s best friend.
Extempore, a new erotic photography book by Steve Diet Goedde explores the more spontaneous and candid side between model and photographer. In many ways, Steve Diet Goedde is like a butterfly catcher and his camera is a net capturing extraordinary moments as well as the beauty and power women possess.
Not all squirting orgasms are created equal. It really depends on how your partner’s body response to stimuli and how she is sexually wired. The great thing about making her squirt is that you’re playing an integral role in her release. When she is finally ready to let go, she will feel a swell of pleasure rising from the center of her body.