The ethics of office hookups and embracing one's humiliation kink are among the topics that drew readers' attention this year.
My boyfriend complains that our sex life is too vanilla. I want him to be satisfied, but he won’t tell me what else he wants to do.
They need respect, they need to be taken seriously, they need bodily autonomy, and they need loving partners and political allies.
I wanted to ask: am I a groper?
My significant other and I rarely have sex. A while ago, I had a sexual encounter with her daughter.
I am a straight woman who just started fucking a hot, younger male coworker.
Are there ethical implications to hurting strangers (albeit imaginary ones) for sexual pleasure?
Nothing guarantees a bad first experience quite as effectively as faking it.
I will admit that, in the heat of passion, my wife and I have talked about her having “two daddies”.
I am a pretty handsome gay (I have been told) and I am dating a gorgeous man. I am 34, and he is 31.
Grab her hair, wrap an arm around her shoulder—not her neck—and put your other hand over her mouth. That should satisfy the urge.
Today I found a girl’s bra in the laundry. He says he doesn’t know whose it is or how it got there, but this isn’t my first rodeo.
How do I know when to go back to monogamy?
"Freakiness/naughtiness/kinkiness is normal—science backs me up on this."
Audience members submitted questions before the show, and I consumed a large pot edible right after the curtain went up and then raced to give as much decent sex advice as I could before it took effect.
Can someone who usually doesn’t “do” monogamy feel fulfilled in a “closed” relationship?
Demisexuals are real people who “do not experience sexual attraction unless they form a strong emotional bond”.
There are lots of happy, healthy kinksters out there, and your kid could be one of them when he grows up.