March 29, 2012
And by cheated, we mean hooked up sexually (not necessarily intercourse) with someone other than your partner at the time without their knowledge, permission or blessing.
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March 15, 2012
What’s your opinion on the 69? Is it a win-win in the bedroom, the ultimate in quid-pro-quo? An intense, in-your-face (literally!) intimacy? Or is it distracting/boring/complicated/claustrophobic?
Leave your response in the comments section below (feel free to share your age, gender, relationship status, etc., if it‚Äôs relevant to your answer).
February 16, 2012
What’s the one sex toy you’d hate to live without? Your desert island sex toy, if you will. Leave your response in the comments section below (feel free to share your age, gender, relationship status, etc., if it’s relevant to your answer).
February 2, 2012
January 19, 2012
The movie What’s Your Number? (just released on DVD) is based on the totally annoying premise that a woman (played by the usually much funnier and better-than-this Anna Faris) freaks out when she reads a magazine article and discovers that her sexual body count (20) is twice the average. So she decides that rather than just carrying on with her dating and sex life like a normal human being, or becoming celibate, she will rifle through her exes to see if one of them could be The One — thereby not upping her number any further.
So, here’s our question for you: Do you (or did you ever) keep track of your “number”? Do you have it on the tip of your tongue? Could you work it out, if pressed? Were you ever bothered by your number (in either direction), or what other people might think of your number?
Leave your response in the comments section below (feel free to share your age, gender, relationship status, etc., if it’s relevant to your answer).
January 5, 2012
After a woman was recently asked to move to the changing rooms at a Texas Target to nurse her child, she and other breastfeeding advocates organized a national nurse-in at Target stores across the country last week on December 28th. A writer-friend of ours, Amy Keyishian, went to her local store and took a, shall we say, spirited picture of herself nursing her kid (above), which caused quite a, shall we say, stir. Her writer friend, Marjorie Ingall, jumped to her defense in what we would call a spot-on analysis of why so many people freak out whenever a boob gets whipped out in public to feed a baby. So, what do you think? Should nursing be a private thing between mother and child? Is public breastfeeding okay, so long as it’s not in-your-face (i.e. not at a restaurant without a boob-burka or, say, while pushing your kid in a Target cart)? Or do we as a society need to accept the fact that breasts aren’t just sexual objects to be ogled by men and all chill the fuck out?
December 22, 2011
Occasionally on this site, we ask you guys a nosy question and you can share your answer in the comments section below. Feel free to share your age, gender, relationship status, sexuality, etc., if you feel that it‚Äôs relevant to the answer. This week‚Äôs Question of the Week:
What’s the worst/most inappropriate/most disappointing gift you’ve ever received from a romantic partner at the holidays?
November 10, 2011
If a male birth control pill hit the market today, would you rely on it? Pick the answer that best reflects your strongest conviction, men in the first poll, women in the second:
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November 8, 2011
We’re working on a magazine article about things that every woman should try in bed at least once — your sexual bucket list, if you will. Have any of you tried any of the following things in bed? If so, will you write to us and tell us about it? Even just a sentence or two? We’re happy to keep you anonymous if you prefer. Bonus points if you’re British, as this is for a British magazine! We’re looking for stories about:
If any of the above sounds like sex you’ve had — or sex you’d like to have — let us know! You can reach us using our contact form on the site here. Just be sure to let us know (a) a first name we can use for you and (b) your age. And please include an email address so we can reach you for follow-up. Thanks a million!