Disclosure: I am the “head” mistress of #AdultSexEdMonth. I’ve organized this annual online event for the past three years. However, this campaign wouldn’t be possible without the dozens of sex bloggers and readers who share and contribute educational and informative articles and videos about adult sex and sexuality topics. They all deserve credit for making sex better and safer for everyone.

June is #AdultSexEdMonth. We’re all about adult sex education all 12 months of the year, but even those who have the equivalent of a master’s degree in sex can learn a lot from this online social media campaign. If it’s anything like the past two years, there will be hundreds of stories about everything from anal sex to vulvas that will break the Internet with the hashtag #AdultSexEdMonth on Twitter and Facebook. Here’s a sampling of some of the stories you’ll see…

Exploring Anal Play

Anal sex is brand-new sexual territory for lots of people. Before you go diving in, there are lots of things you should know to play safely, healthfully, and get the most pleasure as possible. Intimate Pleasures Desires of the Heart offers some great tips for first-timers. And what if you’re a woman and your male partner wants to receive some anal pleasure from you? You don’t need a tool. Cara Sutra shares some how-to advice for women on how to get the job done.

The Legend of the BBC

No, we’re not talking about the British media network. The claims you’ve heard about black men having larger penises are true, but not by much on average. However, there are lots of truths and myths – some of them positive, some of them negative – that make this legend larger than life. Arousr takes on this prickly topic that few openly discuss or write about in a non-racist and sex-positive way on its blog.

Condom Sense

Even if you’ve been using condoms for decades, there’s probably more to know about getting wet with a raincoat than you ever imagined. SaferSex.Education will be sharing tons of credible advice from its team of sexpert advisers on things like what to do if a condom breaks or leaks, how to find a condom that’s right for you and your partner, and what to do if you or your partner goes limp http://safersex.education/how-to-stop-going-limp-on-condoms/as soon as the condom goes on. Oh, as if avoiding STIs and unintended pregnancies aren’t enough reasons to love condoms, pick up some tips on how to make using condoms fun and sexy!

Consensual Sluttiness

There are few words in our language that are as controversial and demeaning as “slut.” Many people use it intentionally to tarnish a woman’s reputation and judge her moral code in the court of popular opinion. Yet there are some women who own the term and revel in their sluttiness with glee. So, what does a man like Justin of justindecerous.com think of proud self-proclaimed sluts? He shares some thoughts on why the word “slut” and slutty women are good things in one of his blog posts.

An Orgasm a Day Keeps the Doctor Away

Having a healthy sex life keeps your body healthy. Seriously! Orgasms boost your immune system, clears stuffy noses, and is even good for the pituitary gland. Don’t have a partner on the regular? Masturbation works just as well as sex to relieve stress, help you sleep better, and takes away the aches and pains of menstrual cramps and other aches and pains in your body. Don’t believe this? Check out the details on My Secret Luxury’s blog.

The Philosophy Behind the Enjoyment of Oral Sex

During #AdultSexEdMonth, you’ll come across hundreds of how-to, educational, and informational articles and videos about how to have better and safer sex. For those of you who loved philosophy class in high school or college, William Quincy Belle is your guy. If you’re like most people, you’ll agree with him when he says,”Eatin’ pussy is goddamn hot.” He doesn’t just espouse his opinions about why he thinks oral sex is the gold standard or sexual intimacy, but also points to articles written by other people like Jill Hamilton of In Bed With Married Women and Emily of XO Jane who say why they enjoy oral sex. They all come from different points of view and can be useful in understanding why and how we and our partners think about and enjoy this sexual delicacy.

To find more sex stories you’ll love during #AdultSexEdMonth, follow #AdultSexEdMonth on Twitter, Facebook, and the #AdultSexEdMonth Stories by Topic page on the #AdultSexEdMonth website.

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