Features: Time to Get Out the Wellies by Jemima101

I don’t know where you stand on female ejaculation* (the Domly one would probably recommend at a safe distance unless you want to clean your trousers) but I squirt. That is during sex I can produce large volumes of…well that is where the jury is out. Some say urine, others, who have more practical experience

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Book Extract: Friendly Fetish

Until 50 Shades of Grey, kinky sex was taboo. For many people the word fetish conjured up images of weedy men in rubber suits, whip-wielding women in thigh high boots and seedy clubs full of people doing unspeakable things to each other with strangely shaped devices. Now, millions of people have discovered that there is

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Features: Periodic Table of Feminist Porn

At Cliterati, we’ve long been fans of Ms Naughty, aka Louise Lush, who has been providing women with hot smut for even longer than we have, though her fantastic porn directory for women. So when we saw she’d created a Periodic Table of Feminist Porn, we had to share it (not least because we’re chuffed

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Toy With Me Tuesday #1: Garden of Delights

Toy with me Tuesday was created by the multi-talented Nymphomaniac Ness as a place where like minded sex toy connoisseurs could come together, combining their imagination and their enthusiasm for sex toys and portraying it artistically through imagery.She displays her favourite shots each Tuesday on her blog.We love ToyWithMeTuesday and strongly recommend you check out

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Sex Science: The Making of a Disease by Brooke Magnanti (part two)

In the last column  I discussed the growing attention the pharmaceutical industry is giving to the newly-defined “disorder” of Female Sexual Dysfunction (FSD), and the criticisms of it. While the industry quotes impressive numbers about the percentage of women afflicted with FSD, it’s worth asking how they define their terms. It’s also worth asking whether

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Features: Ms Carr Gets A Lapdance (part three)

By Allison J Carr I found myself sitting alone at a table for a moment.  A young looking dancer, around 20 I guess, came and sat with me and we chatted.  I talked about my research.  She pressed me for a private dance with her.  I look in my purse, two ten-pound notes were left,

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Features: Ms Carr Gets A Lapdance (part two)

By Allison J Carr A woman sat down next to us on the adjacent table shifting up near to us to accommodate the large group of male friends she was with.  We chatted with her throughout the evening.  She had been a stripper briefly: the proverbial college-student stripper.  She was at ease with the set

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Features: Ms Carr Gets A Lapdance (part one)

By Alison J Carr Let me start with a defence of my research.  I do not remember when or where I was, or whom I was speaking with, but shortly after Lana Del Rey released her single ‘Born to Die’, a female friend told me about the video.  She was saying I had to watch

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Features: Toys on Tour – Holiday Sex Toy Tips

If your lucky enough to be going away this summer, there’s no need to take a holiday from your sex toys too. Sex retailer, Bondara.com has produced a guide for travelers who want to take their toys away without having problems with strict baggage restrictions and security searches. To make sure your luggage doesn’t give

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Sex Science: The Making of a Disease by Brooke Magnanti

An interesting bookend to the revelations about women and erotica is the parallel discussion about women’s sex lives as they go through the menopause. While we now have evidence that demonstrates women are interested in sex for their own pleasure, a lot of it gets ignored because the stereotypes are just too widespread and too

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Features: The Real Happily Ever After by Julia Armstrong

Relationships offer us limitless possibilities: the magic of truthful one-on-one authentic dialogue is that it’s where we grow. However, while fairy stories and films seemed to give us the possibility of happily ever after, the truth of relationships can often be far more painful and challenging than merely galloping off into the sunset with your

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Features: How to Blog Anonymously by Brooke Magnanti

This post originally appeared on Sexonomics. Brook Magnanti has asked people to reblog it to ensure the piece is not censored. Further to yesterday’s post, this is a list of thoughts prompted by a request from Linkmachinego on the topic of being an anonymous writer and blogger. Maybe not exactly a how-to (since the outcome is not guaranteed) as

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Features: 50 Shades of Fetish by Robert Page

Jade, a BDSM submissive living in the U.S. and known for her blog Pieces of Jade, was interviewed this week about why so many women have been buying 50 Shades of Grey. Why has it shot off the shelves in a global phenomenon? Jade should know. She lives the lifestyle that so many women reading

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Features: Cutting the Rose by Fiona

Nuala is nineteen and studying to be a doctor, she is a thoughtful, bright and confident young woman. Nuala is in love, she and her boyfriend plan to marry. While, for many young women in this position the biggest worry is “will my bum look big in my wedding dress” for Nuala it is “will

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Toy Previews: The Cupcake by Shiri Zinn

At Cliterati, we like to keep abreast of the latest sex toy developments and we’re eagerly anticipating The Cupcake by erotic accessory artisan, Shiri Zinn. The toy launches at the AVN Show in Las Vegas in September, and is released to the public in October so we haven’t had a chance to taste its delights

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Sex Science: Women Like Porn Too (Part Three)

If you believe what you read in mainstream media, you’d think E.L. James invented one-handed paperback reading, that women never heard of porn before last year, and that thanks to the internet we’re all on a handcart to sexy, sexy hell. Obviously that’s nonsense. But it does touch on an interesting question which is this:

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Sexual Pioneers: Dr Beverly Whipple by Robert Page

Dr Beverly Whipple is best known as the inventor of the G Spot – so much so, she tells me with a twinkle in her eye, that a colleague initially suggested it be called “Whipple’s Tickle”.  She ultimately went for the name the G Spot in recognition of the work of the eminent German obstetrician,

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Objectified: Nico Modestine

The winner of Mr Pole Fitness UK, Nico Modestine, shows off his talents in his award-winning routine. Such strength. Such grace. Such a wonderfully rippling torso. We only watch him for the art, obviously. Rumours of a pornographic past have done nothing to quell our ardour. It just hints at the pleasures that lie beneath.

Features: Disability and Sex Myths

It has been my experience that, unfortunately, there are lots of able-bodied people out in the world with mixed up ideas about disabled people having sex lives. Sometimes these ideas are reinforced so strongly that disabled people themselves struggle to reconcile their own feelings and desires with what they perceive ‘society’ expects of them. The truth

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Web Review: Accessible Sexuality

Accessible Sexuality is a brand new sexy site, created for disabled people (whether single or in relationships) and able-bodied partners of disabled people. They also welcome anyone else who is interested and wants to support the site and help project a positive image of disabled people within society. On the site you will find a regular blog on all

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Sexpertise: 50 Shades of Safe Play

As the UK’s first, and best established sex store run exclusively by women, Sh! is an authority on sex trends in the UK. As fantasy novel, 50 Shades of Grey, is now the UK’s best-selling book of all time, the phenomenon appears to have some legs left in it yet, and Sh! has been the

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Sex Science: Women Like Porn Too (Part 2)

Even if watching porn is as much an attention-getter for women as it is for men, do we watch it in the same way? After all, if genital response patterns vary between the sexes perhaps attention patterns vary too. As it turns out, that’s exactly the case – with data showing women don’t just physically

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Sex in the News: No Orgasm as a Choice – The Anti-Climax Therapy

By Robert Page An old idea, called “karezza”, has become new news. The way to strengthen relationships and marriages is to have cuddly intimacy whilst on purpose giving up on orgasms. In bed, smiling, gazing, cradling, making contented noises, touching and sucking breasts and even gently placing the palm of your hand on your lover’s

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Offers: 75% off Toys and Lingerie

There’s up to 75% off sex toys and lingerie in the  Lovehoney Summer Sale (our lovely shopping partners – see them in action here  in More Sex Please, We’re British (Channel 4) Bargains include: Minna Ola Programmable Vibe: the world’s first fully customisable vibrator, normally £119.99, now £35; the Mr Big Rabbit Vibrator usually £29.99,

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