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Grandma and grandpa are getting it on, and we need to get over it.

“People look at disability and age as a problem, ” sexuality educator Melanie Davis said. “We don’t have to frame it as this horrible thing.”

Davis, SaferSex4Seniors developer, said it’s a myth that men and women lose sexual interest with age. In fact, “they will likely have satisfying sex later in life,” she said.

Here are a few myths busted about senior sex:

By Christine Ro,

After a memorable threesome with two women, Birmingham City University researcher Ryan Scoats turned his academic attention to the subject, which is woefully understudied.

Social scientists have a way of digging into just about every corner of social and sexual life. And Ryan Scoats, a researcher at Birmingham City University, has a very specific niche.

By Anthony Rivas,

Get out your safe word, people.

We asked the BuzzFeed Community to tell us about their most ridiculous, awkward BDSM experiences. Here are their juiciest stories.

1. The lost butt plug:

“My dom decided to try an anal plug on me for the first time. He was going down on me while tapping the base of the plug, and I was really getting off on it. Suddenly, he tapped a little too hard and the plug went completely inside me. He managed to stay calm, and we were eventually able to get it out with a lot of lube and careful manipulation. Later, he asked if I wanted to try to pick things back up. In the most Eeyore voice imaginable, I said, ‘Oh, not right now. My ass just swallowed a plug.'”


This article originally appeared on LGTBQ Nation

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Marriage equality is more than just the right to wed whoever you love — it can also be good for your health.

Research shows that same-sex couples — like straight couples — benefit from marriage. One study in Massachusetts, conducted after the commonwealth recognized same-sex weddings in 2004, revealed that health care visits by gay men dropped 13 percent, compared to prior to marriage equality. Mental health visits dropped 3 percent. Of course, there is a caveat: This is in happy marriages. Unhappy marriage, same or opposite sex, come with their own health risks.

Health professionals in England are to be told to ask patients aged 16 or over about their sexual orientation, under new NHS guidelines.

NHS England said no-one would be forced to answer the question but recording the data would ensure that “no patient is discriminated against”.

The guidance applies to doctors and nurses, as well as local councils responsible for adult social care.

A spokeswoman said: “It will have no impact on the care [people] receive.”

by Robsound©

How do I get my faithful wife to cuckold me? That was a question which had been rolling around in my head for the nearly ten years of our marriage.

Obviously, lots of men will think that I’m insane for even having such self-destructive thoughts, but I can’t help it, it’s my biggest turn on and it’s been my main fantasy for most of my adult life. Through most of my first marriage I fantasised about my wife cheating on me, and, when we were young, she would sometimes flirt in front of me, or tell me about men who had chatted her up, but, with the arrival of children, sex became more and more boring, and rarer and rarer.


Do you always go with the same tried and true sex positions no matter what? If the answer is yes, it’s time to change things up! Sex positions are like music. You need to choose a position that fits the mood and you’re not always going to be in the same mood every time you have sex with your partner. Just like you wouldn’t choose to listen to hard rock at full blast when you want to kick back and relax or soft classical music when you want to get pumped at the gym, you wouldn’t choose a wild and physical sex position when you want to have sensual, slow sex. So, keeping that in mind, today I’m going to share with you sex positions for every mood. This way you’ll be sure to match her mood with just the right position to make it really rock her world.

By David J Ley Ph.D.,

What can we learn from kinky couples who stay together?

An article in the British tabloid describes the thirty-year of a pair of English swingers, Ian and Jean Smith, who have been “partying” together, and with other people, in the “swinging” scene of London since the 1970’s. They started having sex with other people only six months after their marriage, and by their count, have been in over three hundred “parties” with other people. The couple is in their seventies, and are still going strong. With four children and eight grandchildren, and marriage that spans thirty years, it’s hard to criticize the apparent health of their relationship, though I’m sure that some will.

By Kashmir Hill,

Leila has two identities, but Facebook is only supposed to know about one of them.

Leila is a sex worker. She goes to great lengths to keep separate identities for ordinary life and for sex work, to avoid stigma, arrest, professional blowback, or clients who might be stalkers (or worse).

Her “real identity”—the public one, who lives in California, uses an academic email address, and posts about politics—joined Facebook in 2011. Her sex-work identity is not on the social network at all; for it, she uses a different email address, a different phone number, and a different name. Yet earlier this year, looking at Facebook’s “People You May Know” recommendations, Leila (a name I’m using in place of either of the names she uses) was shocked to see some of her regular sex-work clients.

Forget that course on tax accounting – delivering mind-blowing oral sex is the one skill that everyone needs. If you’re a wizard down there, you’re going to have a much better sex life, more fulfilling relationships, and (probably) world peace. Think it’s too difficult? Think again. With these 20 simple tips – for both guys and girls – the only thing hard will be you.

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You’ve been seeing each other for a while, and it’s going great! You’ve hooked up several times a week for several months; you like him and he likes you back. But you might be starting to wonder: Are you just friends, or are you in a relationship? Here’s how to know if you guys are a “thing,” or just hanging out all of the time in an intimate and emotional friendship with sex:


“The man’s tongue slips further south than he intended, and both lovers realize they’ve crossed a line.” – Michael Castleman, M.A.

It’s a bit taboo. It’s kind of naughty. It’s not the type of sex you talk about at length with your guy friends… yet… yet, you’re dying to try it. Analingus is the term for oral sex performed on the butthole. Some people might cringe at the thought while others get excited at the mere mention of it. Although anything sexual related to the butt might be off limits to some, research shows that 36% of American women and 44% of American men have engaged in anal sex. That’s a huge number of people who are already exploring the pleasures of anal play. Are you up for it? Here’s your guide to this forbidden pleasure…