No Female Ejaculation, Please. We’re British.

I suspect that people will continue to discuss and debate the specific and seemingly cherry picked sex acts that are now banned in porn in the UK for some time. The seldom yet completely natural sexual response of female ejaculation is one of them. While none of the writers who covered the topic didn’t seem as if they were privy to hearing and knowing why scenes of female ejaculation are banned. They certainly do have their own opinions.

As Emily Shire put it in The Daily Beast: "The targeting of female pleasure is only heightened by the fact that male ejaculation is not on the list of banned acts. Of course, banning the sight of jizz in pornography would be like banning explosions in a Michael Bay movie: pretty much impossible and wholly disappointing to male viewers."

In BaDoink Magazine, Coleen Singer wrote: "So a guy can cum on a woman’s face in porn but a woman can’t cum on a guy? …classifying female ejaculation under urination just shows that some people have not done their research."

While female ejaculation isn’t always authentically depicted in porn, one has to wonder why it’s really banned in British porn. It’s harmless and it really does exist despite what some "experts" believe. For the thousandth time, female ejaculation is not pee!

More Mormon Porn

As much as Mormons say they don’t watch porn, Allie Conti at Vice says otherwise especially when it comes to the growing niche of gay Mormon porn. According to her article, the microniche porn site mormonboyz.com received quite a lot of action over the past two years. It also encouraged a friend of the gay Mormon site’s creator to start a sister site. The sister site is mormongirlz.com. It features videos of Mormon sister-on-sister (religious, not sibling) action. Allie talks with the creators of both sites as well as Stephen Yagielowicz from XBiz, who says, "If you're looking for something general, there are a million ways to get it. Tube sites are monopolizing traffic, so now it's not even about the niche, it's about the microniche."
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A Loss for Words

After all these years and the billions of people that participate in sex, we still can’t come up with a sexually-friendly word for "vagina" says Tracy Moore in her article on Jezebel.

Let’s face it, being grammatically and anatomically correct in the bedroom isn’t the sexiest thing in the world. Screaming "vagina" during the call of the wild doesn’t exactly bring in the beast. Even though the term pussy is "a workhorse of sex terms, because for most people it gets the job done," says Tracy, not everyone is enamored with the word since some people think it’s a silly word or a pejorative for weak men.

Sure, there’s also the term cunt, but Tracy warns that it’s "extremely execution-dependent. It should not be attempted by amateurs." Other alternatives like crotch boob, tiger, and opening are worse in addition to being awkward and laughable. While Tracy, like everyone else, couldn’t come up with a more universally appropriate word, her article is still a sexy read.

Why Fingering Shouldn’t be so Underrated

I’m with Kim Anami on this one. "There are a lot of underrated sex acts. Fingerf**king is one of them. Perhaps *the* most underrated."

In her blog, Kim gives five convincing reasons why fingering can be "a main course all on (its) own." Just in case you need a refresher course since rounding out the bases in high school, she also gives old dogs new tricks when it comes to the joys of fingering.

Man with Sex Swing Gets a Push Out the Door

Time magazine isn’t exactly the place most people go for their favorite sex stories, but an article about a German man who got evicted because of his sex swing got my attention. Apparently, it also garnered the attention of his neighbors. After several complaints over the past two years, a court ruled that using the old and noisy sex swing, especially when it’s in use between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m., wasn’t "socially acceptable."

Sex Story of the Year: The Playboy Interview with Dan Savage

If you think that Playboy is your father or grandfather’s idea of porn, think again. In its latest issue, contributing editor David Sheff does a Q & A with Dan Savage , a guy who is far from the magazine’s typical heterosexual-as-they-cum male reader. There’s no doubt that he surprised Playboy’s core readership by telling them that lots of straight guys want what gay men get and that he hears from more married women than men about wanting hotter sex. For those of you who know that Dan already writes about sex for everyone, and not always from a gay man’s perspective, he certainly covers a lot of ground, uncensored and unfiltered, in this interview.