It’s that awesome time again when I get to share the blog posts I’ve been loving most. And there have really been some seriously great ones this week! Enjoy!
Titles are links 😉
Back in October I was eyeing up vaginal speculums, but somewhere along the line I totally forgot I wanted one. Well, Scandarella has definitely reminded me. And after reading this I don’t think I’ll be forgetting again. It sounds bloody amazing. My sex life will not be complete until, I too, have really seen myself orgasm.
I love Backwoods Bedrooms reviews so I can’t say this excels above the rest because they are always so damn good. Stunning photographs and entertainment are just a given. This review is funny, informative and honest. And yes, I absolutely do need the Je Joue G spot Bullet now.
Ever since I left primary school and discovered poems don’t have to rhyme, poetry lost me. Usually, I wouldn’t know a good poem if Edgar Allen Poe smacked me around the face with his finest. But this one’s beauty made sense to me. I read it multiple times, not because I didn’t get it, but because the words are just so erotically magical. I’m sure it gets better every time I read it.
As someone still processing my feelings towards pain, this was really helpful to read. It helped me understand myself better. It IS about the journey. More than being helpful though, it is beautifully written. I’m sure I’m not the only one who read this and immediately craved some pleasurable pain!
This was a Sinful Sunday entry and it is jaw-droppingly sexy. The pose, her body and the blanket are all amazing. But what really gets me is her gripping hands on the fabric. Gorgeous! And a good reminder to me that you don’t have to be elaborate to get a seriously fantastic photo.
I missed this post when it went live a couple of weeks ago, but I’m still sharing it this week because it is awesome. I’m not sure I even knew mental orgasms were possible, so to hear about them from someone who has experienced them is absolutely fascinating. They have done more than share their experience though, they have delved into the why and the how. It may be slightly beyond my brain capabilities, but I was glued to their every word anyway.