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By ZEYNEP YENISEY,
A new study reveals the real reason why it’s fun to get freaky in the bedroom…
Aside from being kind and virtuous and stuff, kinky is one of the best things you can be. Why? Well, first off, kinky sex is good for you–it keeps your stress levels low and your mental health in check. It’s kind of counterintuitive, right? Being a freak keeps you sane. Ha.
And guess what else? Kink is waaay more common than you’d expect, with research showing that about half of all people have had some kind of freaky sex at some point, and a whopping 84 percent saying they’d like a little more kink in their lives.
By Lizette Borreli,
“Some people basically find a threesome a bucket list fantasy they may or may not enact, but they keep it in their ‘fantasy bank’, because they like the way it makes them feel.”
Most men have fantasized about it, and most women have been propositioned for it: a threesome. A ménage à trois has appeal for several reasons, including the allure of being the center of sexual pleasure, while pleasing others at the same time. The forbidden turns into a night of double the pleasure, double the fun. But should the fantasy of a threesome become a reality?
This article originally appeared on Gay Star News
By Joe Morgan,
Other findings include how one in five straight men watches gay porn.
A new study has surveyed the porn-viewing habits of 821 gay, straight and bisexual men from across the US, and the results are very revealing.
One in five straight men watches gay porn and 55% of gay men watches straight porn.
Other findings included how bisexual men were far less interested in kink or BDSM than their straight or gay counterparts.
BY LIFE ON THE SWINGSET,
While many people enter into non-monogamy when already “coupled,” there are some ways that folks approach this transition that can make folks like me feel more like prey than people. While there’s nothing wrong with enjoying a threesome or wanting to both date the same person, unicorn hunting can quickly become predatory, coercive, and controlling. So how can you be sure that you’re not falling into these patterns? Tonight, we’re talking couple privilege and ethical treatment of unicorns.
By Douglas Patient for Daily Star,
IT’S dubbed Europe’s unofficial nudist swinging capital – and now a randy Brit couple has revealed what REALLY goes on.
Maspalomas beach on Gran Canaria is a nudist’s paradise.
As reported by Daily Star Online, sun-loving Brits are flocking to the island to get more than a tan with its popular clubs and sex cruises also enjoyed.
The couple, known only as Trish, 48 and Jacko, spent a holiday there and got more than they bargained for on a trip to the seaside.
In an x-rated post on a swinging website – they lifted the lid on their saucy visit to the dunes one morning.
Video by BuzzFeedYellow,
“It’s just all about figuring out what you can and you can’t handle.”
Entertaining video on rules of non-monogamous relationship with a twist.
What happens when two people who are dating have the first conversation about a relationship? And how it happens they have completely different views on it.
We give you permission to play with her feet—without feeling like a freak.
The mere mention of the word “fantasy” arouses thoughts of threesomes, buxom blondes, and role-playing.
But “fetish”? That just freaks people out.
The reality: A fetish is just a specific type of fantasy—and one that more people have than you probably realize.
“If you think of a fetish that’s a 10-out-of-10 level of intensity—someone in chains on an iron cross in their basement—it might seem really strange and uncommon,” says Scott Jacobey, Ph.D., a sex therapist who specializes in alternative sexual behaviors.
This article originally appeared on India Today
by Mini Dixit,
Vikram Bhatt has decided to adapt a script that was considered unfit for the Indian audience, all thanks to its bold content.
God knows we didn’t need it, but an Indian adaptation of the popular 50 Shades of Grey franchise is on its way–courtesy, Vikram Bhatt.
The filmmaker best known for movies like Ghulam, Raaz, 1920 among others has released the trailer for his upcoming web series, Maaya, that–according to its YouTube description–is an “erotic love story set in the world of BDSM.”
Video by VICE,
The FLDS broke away from mainstream Mormonism in order to continue the practice of polygamy. They established the community of Short Creek along the Utah/Arizona border to follow their beliefs in isolation. In 2011, their prophet Warren Jeffs was sentenced to life in prison (plus 20 years) for sexual abuse of two of his child brides, ages 12 and 15.
VICE travels to Short Creek to meet with some of the young women who escaped from the cult, who have recently to returned to the town to try to rebuild a new life there.
By Matt Branham,
Find a place to read this alone and reel in some kinky knowledge.
There are a great many mysteries to life, and most of them have to do with the secrets behind the closed door of BDSM. Bondage and domination, sadism and masochism, BDSM is underground space between everyone’s bed, as twisted as it is dark. Now you can learn all the things you secretly want to know about BDSM. Get ready for 50 Shades of Mandatory. Just don’t forget your safe word if it gets too weird in here (Hint: “Bosco”).