Licking Inside His Penis Hole And In His Urethra

DedicationWarning:  Men with sensitive p-aginas, please exit this blog immediately. 

As most of our readers know, we are extremely experimental and enjoy trying new things, especially when it is between just Ryan and I.  Lately I have been enjoying grabbing Ryan’s penis, while I massage his penis, and squeeze the tip of his penis so his urethra opens wide, and slowly slide my tongue down inside his penis hole.  Although I can only get it down a quarter inch, I love feeling him squirm in my mouth with  his penis walls around my tongue.  I have also ordered him jewelry that looks like an anal plug, except made for the penis hole.  It will go about an inch inside his urethra and the tip will be a shiny diamond.  This is extremely sexy to me and will also stretch his hole so I can get more tongue down inside him.

“Don’t worry baby, I will go real slow and just eeeeeease it in.  Oh, I promise it will only hurt for a little bit.”

The back story: 

The first time I did this to Ryan, he hated the feeling of it.  He jerked his dick away from me and asked me what I was doing. Although this reaction my sway some women to never try again, I am not some woman. I tried again a few minutes later and asked him to relax.  Ryan squirmed a bit but eventually got used to it.  I really liked how he reacted. He slowly liked the sensation and I’m not going to lie – I enjoyed being a sadist for those few seconds, knowing I was doing something that made him squirm and wince in pain.  It reminds of how I feel when I first feel his dick slide inside me.  No matter how  ready I am, that first inner stretch as he slides his dick inside me always takes the breath out of me.

If you haven’t tried this technique, I suggest you pin him down and try it out. His reaction may not be what you expect, but it feels empowering fucking his little pee hole with my tongue.  With a bit of stretching, this may be my new thing!  

Is It Actually Safe To Have Sex While You’re Pregnant?


Will the baby mind a little bump-and-grind?

The idea of having sex when you’re expecting might seem a little daunting… or even scary.

The idea of having sex when you're expecting might seem a little daunting... or even scary.

If you’re pregnant, sex might be the last thing on your mind — or the first, depending on what your hormones are doing to your sex drive. But seriously, with all the changes happening to your body and your emotions, you might be wondering whether sex is a good idea — or whether it’s safe for the baby (or babies) growing inside you.

So we spoke to two experts to find out: Dr. Mary Jane Minkin, OB-GYN and clinical professor of obstetrics, gynecology, and reproductive sciences at Yale School of Medicine; and Dr. Christine Proudfit, maternal fetal medicine specialist in the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology at NYU Langone Health.

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First of all, it is safe for most women to have sex at at any point during their pregnancy.

First of all, it is safe for most women to have sex at at any point during their pregnancy.

According to both experts, penetrative sex is definitely safe throughout a normal pregnancy — so, that means if you don’t have certain complications that would make sex too risky (we’ll explain those in a bit!). “It is highly unlikely for sex during a pregnancy to cause a miscarriage — in most cases, having sex will make no difference for the health of the pregnancy,” Minkin tells BuzzFeed Health. So if you want to have sex and you get the green light from your doctor, go ahead! It can be a great way for partners to bond and stay intimate as they wait for the baby to arrive, Minkin says.

“Sex is usually still okay if you’re pregnant with twins or multiples, unless you have a complication or your doctor tells you to avoid it,” Proudfit tells BuzzFeed Health. And if you have any new symptoms like pain, abnormal discharge, bleeding, or cramping after having sex — always talk to your health care provider. It’s better to be safe.

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Here’s Why All Teens, LGBTQ And Not, Need To Learn About Anal Sex

Teen Vogue’s recent publication of “A Guide to Anal Sex” has brought out the usual crop of right-wing, anti-LGBTQ religious conservatives who are stirring a backlash against the magazine.

Radio host and Fox News commentator Todd Starnes, one of the most outlandish anti-queer bigots on the airwaves, zeroed in on the issue this week, bringing onto his show Elizabeth Johnston, otherwise known as “The Activist Mommy.”

Johnston is an Ohio-based conservative vlogger and mother of ten children who has gained notoriety and a huge following for her campaigns against LGBTQ people, in particular attacking Target’s gender neutral rest room policy last year. A video she posted to her Facebook page in 2016 was titled, “LGBTQQIAAPP?? Asexual? Non-binary? Gobbledygook! Gender insanity! This is out of hand! 😡 ”

Johnston has predictably led the charge against Teen Vogue, with a video in which she burns copies of the magazine. She told Starnes: 

I was truly flabbergasted. They should not be teaching sodomy to our children…All of us are trying to do our best to protect our children from immorality and over-sexualization in our culture. And to see this disturbing article where sodomy is being normalized, not discouraged ― even the CDC says that sodomy is the riskiest sexual behavior for getting and transmitting HIV for men and women.

And therein lies the reason why it’s so vital to talk to all teenagers, straight and LGBTQ, about anal sex and how to engage in it safely. But just as importantly, they must be taught that it is normal, natural and healthy―yes, healthy―and that it is nothing about which to be ashamed nor to stigmatize others about. Telling young people, as Johnston does, that “sodomy” is “disturbing” and a part of the “immorality” in our culture, and should not be “normalized,” is encouraging bullying, violence and discrimination against LGBTQ people.

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Analingus Is A Normal Part of Oral Sex For A Man and Woman

AnalingusAnalingus is a normal part of oral sex for a man and woman. So what exactly is anilingus?  

Anilingus / analingus is the oral and anal sex act in which a person stimulates the anus of another by using the mouth, including lips, tongue, or teeth. It is also called anal–oral contact and anal–oral sex; colloquial names include rimming and rim job. It may be performed by and on persons of any sexual orientation for pleasure or as a form of erotic humiliation.

Analingus Tip 1: Keep your sphincter and taint clean at all times.  Rather than using toilet paper to wipe, hop in the shower and clean thoroughly after using the bathroom.  This only takes a few minutes and truthfully, toilet paper doesn’t clean the ass, and definitely doesn’t clean the bacteria off your ass cheeks from the toilet seat.  One bad experience below can last a lifetime.  Hygiene is the most important part of a healthy “oral sex life”.     

Analingus is so much a part of oral sex that if you do not let your tongue slide down to his/her sphincter, you aren’t doing it right!  This idea is hard to accept for some men/women, because they think it’s gross or crossing a moral line.  Much like when boys sit around the locker room at 13 and think it’s gross to eat a woman’s vagina, or girls vow they will never suck on that weird-looking phallus that hangs between a man’s legs.  Sexual maturity and being with a partner you know is clean, you want to please, and you understand that the anal area on the human body is one of our first erogenous zones.  Now, I am not saying men/women should perform analingus on a one night stand or someone they just met, but there are men/women that will.  And these are the men/women that leave a lasting impression.  

A man's balls and penis hang and touch his ass area all day.The real question is, if you are giving a man a blow job that you feel is unclean an inch away from his balls, why give him a blow job in the first place?  I took this picture of Ryan one morning because I loved the way his body and penis looked when I first woke him up.  In hindsight, this photo is a good example of how a man’s anatomy hangs naturally.  As you can see, his balls and penis rest near his ass area.  Do I consider his penis or balls “tainted” (pun intended) because they touch his ass throughout the day?  Of course not!  I love it.  Thankfully Ryan is extremely self-conscious about his body and likes to keep himself shaved and clean, especially if I am about to give him oral sex.  And not just his balls and penis, but also his ass. 

Analingus Tip 2:  If you want to enjoy analingus, groom your crotch, taint, and ass area. This goes for the ladies and men.  If you want to send out your ass bat signal to your significant other, you will need to shave your ass area, specifically around your ass hole.  Although this blog is pro analingus, it is also pro grooming and taking care of yourself.   Ladies, as a bisexual woman, I am not coming near your ass hole if it isn’t shaved.  If you enjoy hair or have a hair kink, the make sure to shampoo, shampoo, and wash your areas thoroughly to keep it enjoyable to your partner.

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The Psychology and Marketing Behind Magnum Condoms

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Just because you see him packing the gold wrapper doesn’t mean he is packing the golden rod.   Magnum Condoms Magnum Condoms 


If by the time this blog comes out and I a missing, just know the illuminati of average sized men that all buy Magnum condoms got me.  

When Magnum condoms were first introduced to the world, I was young and told myself, “So yea, pretty much I will never have the need for those.”  Although I hadn’t had sex, I did buy a condom from a dispenser once and tried it on just to see what it was like.  Truthfully, this was probably the first time I realized I had a normal penis and told myself, “Hey, my penis must be normal because this fits fine.”  I just assumed the gold wrapper was for those chosen few.  And remember, in the 90s, all condoms came in silver or white wrappers. 

Years later, horny and wanting to masturbate differently, I went to the store and figured I would masturbate with a condom on just to see what it felt like to cum in one. As previously stated, I had tried one on, but didn’t have the perverted mindset to think of enjoying it back then. I was still a virgin so it felt kinky to me, almost like it would be a step closer to sex. At the same time, I could see how it felt to cum inside a condom while I was wearing, and how it felt afterwards if I kept stroking using the cum as lube (it felt great).  Nervously I grabbed the Magnum pack and palmed it so no one could see.  As I stood in line, I noticed the lady in front of me blushed a bit.  My heart was racing and I felt like I was announcing to everyone around my actual dick size. As it was my turn to be rung up, the cashier also blushed and had a big smile on her face.  I consider myself a pretty realistic person, not someone who sees false reactions based off how I feel.  I am a people watcher.  And I am telling you, the women that saw the box back in those days had the same exact assumption I had, if you had the Magnum, you were packing a huge dick.



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