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Vanessa Marin
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Vanessa Marin is a sex therapist who helps people have way more fun in the bedroom. Head over to www.VMTherapy.com to check out online programs like Finishing School: Learn How To Orgasm.
Dec 15 2015
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Thank you Vanessa! Really appreciate you’re support along side the wonderful readers of this article!

Dec 14 2015
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Yeah, Would it kill them to KISS before they start? Old school 70s porn had married couples and stuff, with foreplay. No wonder a generation of millenials doesn’t know how to fuck.

Dec 14 2015
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I’m Ms. Naughty, I run BrightDesire.com. The people who perform in my porn are paid. They are not “trafficked”. I approach them directly, we discuss what we’re going to shoot and they collaborate in what is filmed. They aren’t forced to do anything. Porn performers are real people with agency who have made their own Read more

Dec 14 2015
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I’m not entirely sure what’s “ethical” about diversity in porn but this is overall a helpful, informative article. Neat.

Dec 14 2015
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There’s only a modicum of hardcore on their sites and that apparently matters to some (most?) people, but I feel this discussion would be remiss without a mention of wonderful Austrialian erotica studio Feck and their series of websites going on 10 years + old...beautifulagony.com, ifeelmyself.com, and Read more

Dec 14 2015
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Men who watch porn should not underestimate feminist porn. It’s steamier than you would imagine. Porn can be so much better when there’s a buildup to the sex, as opposed to the instant gratification of just watching hard core sex on demand, something that was made a marvel of convenience by high speed internet. Coming Read more

Dec 14 2015
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If you’ve never paid for porn and you actually like porn- try one of the sites mentioned above. Free porn really sucks for the most part, and not in a good way. It mostly makes me roll my eyes or laugh, which is not the reaction anyone is looking for during sexy time. Read more

Dec 14 2015
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people who appreciate a supporting a high-end product that augments their current sex-having in real life.

Dec 14 2015
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It’s a strange grey area, that lots of people I know who are feminist and very progressive are also very undiscerning in their porn consumption (many not even paying for it). I think the more the issue is talked about (in terms of being ethical, or even just fair to those involved) the better.

Dec 7 2015
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I actually wrote about this on my own blog and had a number of people (and shops) confirm the counterfeit issues. Recently someone bought a We-Vibe product and the serial number wouldn’t register, Standard Innovations told them it was not a valid We-Vibe. In addition to all of the issues, there are so many Read more

Nov 2 2015
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This is a pretty commonly used tactic for emotional abusers (my friend’s husband was fond of it). “I would show you my phone/email/etc., so why won’t you show me yours? If you have nothing to hide, why don’t you want me to see it?” Read more

Nov 2 2015
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There’s a difference between privacy and secrecy. There are things i prefer to do in private, but there’s nothing I do that my husband doesn’t know about. See the difference?

Nov 2 2015
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I get what you’re saying in principle, but I don’t think it works in practice. A friend of mine cheated and her husband would demand to go through her phone and email every night, and even go through her purse looking for burners. It was just very dehumanizing and degrading. And the joint Facebook account is a Read more

Oct 22 2015
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If I worked from home, clothes would be a thing of the past. The only time I would wear them is when I leave the house. Though I suppose I may have to throw on some shorts to answer the door and check the mail.

Oct 22 2015
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What a boring life that the bedroom is the only place for sex. Having sex on the office desk, while in an office environment is a no no, is a great stress reliever at the end of the day when you are working from home.