The color red is often associated with energy, dominance, power, and sexual attraction. No wonder then that red lips have been fascinating women (and men) for centuries. Cleopatra used a deeply pigmented colorant made from thousands of crushed beetles to redden her lips as a symbol of her power. Queen Elizabeth I made her lips […]Continue reading "The Red Effect"
Female masturbation has been banned from the overall human sexual experience andconversation about sex and only been brought on the table in the 60s and 70s, thanks to the revolutionary sex educator Betty Dodson. Before that, women’s sexuality was considered inexistent, so it shouldn’t come as a surprisethat female masturbation is still a big taboo. […]Continue reading "15 Female Masturbation Myths Debunked"
What is Tantra? As a spiritual belief system, Tantra originated in 600 BC in India, combining ancient Hindu, Buddhist and Jain traditions together. Classical Tantra is a spiritual path that cultivates mindfulness and connections outside of oneself with the ultimate goal of true enlightenment. However, Tantra does not deny physical or sensual experiences, as many […]Continue reading "An Overview of The FUSION Tantra"
What is an orgasm?An orgasm is described as a climax of sexual excitement, usually characterized by feelings of pleasure in the genitals and other erogenous zones resulting from stimulation and arousal. Now that we’ve got the ‘scientific definition’ out of the way, let’s focus on the juicy part. According to the 2010 National Survey of Sexual […]Continue reading "9 Types of Female Orgasms – How Many Have You Had?"
Sex is not just about orgasm; it’s about pleasure. Do you think orgasm and pleasure are the same thing? Then, let us introduce you to a kinky practice called ‘Orgasm Denial’. What is Orgasm Denial? It’s the practice of intentionally refraining from orgasm. It can involve one partner ordering the other not to orgasm or […]Continue reading "Orgasm Denial and Edging – it’s time to play!"
Gone are the times when men were the sole breadwinners and women had to “marry up” to improve their lifestyle and social status, even if they already had ample financial resources. While the number of higher educated and higher-earning women goes up, the rate of women who “marry down” has increased. What does it mean […]Continue reading "Women and “Marrying Down” or Marrying the Right One?"
The prevalent narrative that women are more loyal, not that much into sex, and therefore are naturally inclined to monogamy than men is outdated and sexist. There’s no scientific proof to support this belief. On the contrary, abundant proof has shown that women have sexual needs and desires that one partner alone can rarely satisfy. It’s […]Continue reading "Women and Polyamory"
What is seduction? According to the dictionary, to seduce someone is to persuade, often with false promises or manipulative techniques. With such a negative stigma attached to the word, it’s no wonder that seduction is considered amoral and that seductive women are still looked down upon or called sluts. Yet, the art of feminine seduction […]Continue reading "The birth of a New Erotic Goddess – the Provoktress"
What is an Aphrodisiac? Aphrodisiacs are all those scents, foods, and drinks that are believed to increase libido and enhance sexual attraction. The word comes from the ancient Greek ‘Aphrodite’, goddess of love, beauty, and sexual desire. The connection is pretty obvious now, isn’t it?! Aphrodisiacs have been around since the dawn of time.Alligator testicles, […]Continue reading "Aphrodisiac Scents and Foods to Spice up Your Valentine’s Day"
Valentine’s Day is coming, and you haven’t found a date yet? Don’t you worry. That may be the best thing that could happen to you because, without the distraction of a new flirt on the horizon, you can finally dedicate yourself to the most important person in your life: YOU! Why date yourself? We know […]Continue reading "How to Date Yourself on Valentine’s Day"