The Sex Diaries (Volume I, Part II)

Dear readers,

I’ve received some requests about post topics, and I’ve decided to post about bruises.

I’m all for rough sex, but it can be hard to deal with the post-sex marks/bruises that may have been made. When dealing with rough sex, it’s really important for you to set boundaries about what you would like:
– spanking?
– choking?
– tying down?
All of these are very important for you (and your partner) to know about, as it can be vital to your safety and comfort. As said in my last post, communication is key!

Another important aspect to think about is the possible lasting signs of rough sex–bruises. While rough sex can be fun, it isn’t always fun to explain bruises all over and bite marks to coworkers, family and friends. In scenarios like these, it’s important to make a game plan: either ride out the rough sex and deal with the explanations, or you and your partner can reach an agreement on what to do (any rough activities won’t leave bruises/less rough sex/etc.)

Essentially what I’m saying is that if rough sex is your thing (and gosh I don’t blame you), then it’s important that you stay safe, keep communication with your partner and make sure that you do what’s best for you–both in the moment and for your future! The last thing you want to have to explain is black eyes and bite mark bruises to sexual health professionals, so make sure you all stay safe and keep riding it rough!

Sincerely,
Lube is for the weak
– Hazel

The Sex Diaries (Volume I, Part I)

Back by popular demand, this sex advice column/story telling will be running again.

In general, threesomes are always a go. This is just an unspoken (actually, I beg your pardon, quite spoken) rule. When deciding to involve yourself in a three way, there are many different aspects to look into. First off:
– Are they sexually attractive?
– Are the members partaking people that you would sleep with individually?
– What is the relation to all of the involved members?

Many times, there will be some drama/tension/awkwardness. That is just a part of ordeal, and is something that should be spoken about and freely embraced, even mid intercourse. Communication is key, people, Oprah doesn’t lie. It’s important to assess the relation between the members and see how you play in, as your role can/will sometimes influence your position or level of involvement in said activities.

Next, it is important to look at the people’s sexual desires, likes, dislikes and respective orientation, and respect these wishes as best as possible. If you are a heterosexual female in a three some in which another heterosexual female is involved, it is important that a form of ground rules are laid out, (no kissing, scissoring, fingering, using vibrators on each other, etc.) whether these things are stated or not.

Alright, that’s it for today, I hope everybody is staying safe and enjoying banging some kinky drunk sluts they met at cinqo de mayo parties!

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Sincerely,
Lube is for the weak

-Hazel