Large Labia in Porn
Whenever I hear girls say that they never see large labia, or dark labia, or wrinkly labia, or asymmetrical labia, or large clit hoods in porn, and that the only thing that’s seen is the “perfect little pink porn pussy”, I just want to pull my hair out!! Large labia ARE IN PORN and are very common!!
So I spent half an hour today gathering some photos from my favourite porn site, www.abbywinters.com. Just look at the diversity of all of the “perfect porn pussies” here!!! You can download a larger version here.
BTW I’m not on commission lol, I just think it’s the most real and natural porn site around, where you really do see the girl-next-door. And if you could take out the more obviously porn/masturbation/sex aspects of it, this site would be an ideal part of every school’s sex education curriculum.
- Reblogged from largelabiaproject
This week at Oh Joy, Sex Toy I sit in on the “Beyond Monogamy” and “Full-Bodied Fellatio” workshops from Portland sex shop, She Bop!
- Reblogged from erikamoen
[Note: The question-asker associates penis-owners with men, so we modeled their language in our response in order to be most accessible to them. That said, not all men have a penis and not all penis-owners are men.)
some helpful reminders about sex workers ♥
If sex workers aren’t selling their bodies, what are they selling?
their time, the sexual experience that they’re having/creating, and the products that they create.
If you are engaging in slapping, keep in mind to always use an open hand. You should also be aware of any jewelry, such as rings and bracelets, which can cause unintended injury, or earrings, which can be accidentally torn out. Moreover, the one doing the slapping should take care to have trimmed fingernails, and should aim for the center of the cheek, which is the safest place to slap. Also, while a flat hand will leave a red imprint, a cupped hand can cause deeper bruising. Furthermore, if you are back-handing, be aware of where your knuckles land, as this can cause accidental harm. Read more here!
We recommend this video about Impact Play on Smitten Kitten.
- Reblogged from fon-tinna
Most safer sex guides take it for granted that all of us are going to have the manual dexterity (ability to move our hands) to unwrap and use a condom, that getting STI testing is as easy as booking (and keeping) an appointment at a free or low-cost sexual health clinic, and that communicating with a partner about safer sex is as easy as having a few face-to-face conversations about it. For those of us who have any sort of physical, cognitive, or psychological disability, these and other “basic” safer sex strategies may not be so easy.
It doesn’t help that disabled people are assumed to be nonsexual, or to have more important things to worry about than the “luxury” of sexual feelings or a sexual relationship, or any number of other myths about sex and disability all of which miss the mark in one way or another.
People with disabilities who are sexually active, or planning to be sexually active, need to practice safer sex, and get regular sexual healthcare, just like anyone else.
- Reblogged from holisticsexualhealth
Spread the word that it healthy to have sex (and enjoy it)!
- Reblogged from masakhane