The harvest goddess of dicks. That’s what I’m looking for.

(via submissionandfetishism)

lushthemagicdragon:

tristan-thorn-is-my-hero:

mojosodope178:

theweedteacher:

Wait so in order to shoot this commercial they actually gave two little kids dildos and said go fight with these

double wait…they used kids playing with dildos to promote gun safety?

This is fucking amazing to me…

I love everyone in this bar.

(Source: kittiezandtittiez, via rasputin)

(via musingsofmrhandcock)

socialnotpoeticjustice:

Sex FAQs Answered
"Will the first time hurt?"
It shouldn’t hurt, at least not badly. It may be a little uncomfortable, especially if you’re trying to fit a big round peg into a little round hole, but if it hurts a lot, you’re doing something wrong, with the rare exception that you have a medical condition, in which case you should talk to your doctor. If you’re over the age of 16, they legally can’t tell your parents, but to be safe, you should address confidentiality with them before you share any details of your sex life if you don’t want your parents to know. Along those same lines,
"How can I keep sex from hurting"
Well there are a couple of things that might be causing pain, mostly having to do with a misunderstanding of the female anatomy, including myths pervasive even in sex ed classes. Firstly, the hymen isn’t supposed to break. This is a great (safe for work) video demonstrating how it should actually work using a piece of balloon stretched over a toilet paper roll. It can also be difficult for the body to produce enough lube the first couple of times you have sex (or every time), so using some water-based lubricant would be a good idea (oil-based breaks condoms). Also, one should never underestimate the importance of foreplay. Especially if it’s your first time, but really whenever you have sex, you really need to get warmed up first, or else you won’t be as comfortable. It’s like trying to stretch a rubber band you left in the freezer (NOT FUN WHEN IT’S YOUR VAGINA).
"Is ______ sex?" or "I did ______, am I still a virgin?"
That distinction is really up to you. Virginity and sex are both deeply personal things, so it’s important not to let anyone, whether that be your friends, parents, or sex ed teacher, tell you what is and isn’t sex, and when you are or aren’t a virgin. Though I will say that most people I know who have been raped but have not had consensual sex come to see themselves as virgins after coming to terms with their trauma.
”______, was that rape?”
I personally define rape as any sexual act done without explicit consent. Legally, only vaginal or anal penetration constitutes rape, but most other forms are still considered sexual assault or sexual harassment. Consent is saying “yes” (or any form of yes). It is not any form of no, nor is it silence. Even if someone doesn’t say “no”, if they don’t say “yes”, that’s not consent. Not all rape involves men jumping out of the bushes, in fact most rapes are perpetrated by someone known to the victim. If you are in need of support, click here or call 1.800.656.HOPE.
”______, Do I owe him/her sex?”
The answer to this question is never. Not if they bought you dinner or an expensive gift, not if you’ve been dating for a year, not if you’ve done it before, not even if you’re married. You never owe anyone sex. It’s supposed to be fun, and at least partially about you. If you’re not having fun, either you’re not doing it right, or you shouldn’t be doing it at all.
"Am I ready to have sex?"
That is another question that’s completely up to you, but I’ll give you a few bits of guidance to help with your decision. First, are you comfortable discussing sex with your partner? Though this isn’t always the case, if you’re not ready to talk about sex, you’re probably not ready to have it. Why do you really want to have sex? You should definitely put some serious thought into this one. I know a lot of people who have had sex for the sole reason that they wanted to be able to say they had it, and those people were a lot more likely to regret it than those who did it because of sexual and/or romantic attraction. Do you feel pressured to do it by your partner? Chances are if you feel pressured by your partner, you aren’t making the decision for yourself. Do you have appropriate protection against pregnancy and STDs? This one is self-explanatory, but can’t be understated. And of course, does your partner want to have sex as much as you do? Don’t forget to ask for consent for each new thing you do!
"Is it okay to want to do _____ but not _____?"
Yes. It is always okay to pick and choose the specific sex acts that interest you, even if one you don’t like is very common, or well-loved by your partner. If something makes you uncomfortable, you have every right to say no, even if you want to do something that’s often considered more intimate.
TL;DR You should always be in control of when and with whom you have what kind of sex, and the most important part is having fun!
"You didn’t answer my question!"
If you have a question for the next installment, which I will make when I have five new questions, or in two weeks, whichever comes first, please feel free to ask!

*Not that people actually ask me these questions, though they should because I’m a peer sex educator, but w/e I can help; ask me your sexstions.

socialnotpoeticjustice:

Sex FAQs Answered

"Will the first time hurt?"

It shouldn’t hurt, at least not badly. It may be a little uncomfortable, especially if you’re trying to fit a big round peg into a little round hole, but if it hurts a lot, you’re doing something wrong, with the rare exception that you have a medical condition, in which case you should talk to your doctor. If you’re over the age of 16, they legally can’t tell your parents, but to be safe, you should address confidentiality with them before you share any details of your sex life if you don’t want your parents to know. Along those same lines,

"How can I keep sex from hurting"

Well there are a couple of things that might be causing pain, mostly having to do with a misunderstanding of the female anatomy, including myths pervasive even in sex ed classes. Firstly, the hymen isn’t supposed to break. This is a great (safe for work) video demonstrating how it should actually work using a piece of balloon stretched over a toilet paper roll. It can also be difficult for the body to produce enough lube the first couple of times you have sex (or every time), so using some water-based lubricant would be a good idea (oil-based breaks condoms). Also, one should never underestimate the importance of foreplay. Especially if it’s your first time, but really whenever you have sex, you really need to get warmed up first, or else you won’t be as comfortable. It’s like trying to stretch a rubber band you left in the freezer (NOT FUN WHEN IT’S YOUR VAGINA).

"Is ______ sex?" or "I did ______, am I still a virgin?"

That distinction is really up to you. Virginity and sex are both deeply personal things, so it’s important not to let anyone, whether that be your friends, parents, or sex ed teacher, tell you what is and isn’t sex, and when you are or aren’t a virgin. Though I will say that most people I know who have been raped but have not had consensual sex come to see themselves as virgins after coming to terms with their trauma.

”______, was that rape?”

I personally define rape as any sexual act done without explicit consent. Legally, only vaginal or anal penetration constitutes rape, but most other forms are still considered sexual assault or sexual harassment. Consent is saying “yes” (or any form of yes). It is not any form of no, nor is it silence. Even if someone doesn’t say “no”, if they don’t say “yes”, that’s not consent. Not all rape involves men jumping out of the bushes, in fact most rapes are perpetrated by someone known to the victim. If you are in need of support, click here or call 1.800.656.HOPE.

”______, Do I owe him/her sex?”

The answer to this question is never. Not if they bought you dinner or an expensive gift, not if you’ve been dating for a year, not if you’ve done it before, not even if you’re married. You never owe anyone sex. It’s supposed to be fun, and at least partially about you. If you’re not having fun, either you’re not doing it right, or you shouldn’t be doing it at all.

"Am I ready to have sex?"

That is another question that’s completely up to you, but I’ll give you a few bits of guidance to help with your decision. First, are you comfortable discussing sex with your partner? Though this isn’t always the case, if you’re not ready to talk about sex, you’re probably not ready to have it. Why do you really want to have sex? You should definitely put some serious thought into this one. I know a lot of people who have had sex for the sole reason that they wanted to be able to say they had it, and those people were a lot more likely to regret it than those who did it because of sexual and/or romantic attraction. Do you feel pressured to do it by your partner? Chances are if you feel pressured by your partner, you aren’t making the decision for yourself. Do you have appropriate protection against pregnancy and STDs? This one is self-explanatory, but can’t be understated. And of course, does your partner want to have sex as much as you do? Don’t forget to ask for consent for each new thing you do!

"Is it okay to want to do _____ but not _____?"

Yes. It is always okay to pick and choose the specific sex acts that interest you, even if one you don’t like is very common, or well-loved by your partner. If something makes you uncomfortable, you have every right to say no, even if you want to do something that’s often considered more intimate.

TL;DR You should always be in control of when and with whom you have what kind of sex, and the most important part is having fun!

"You didn’t answer my question!"


If you have a question for the next installment, which I will make when I have five new questions, or in two weeks, whichever comes first, please feel free to ask!

*Not that people actually ask me these questions, though they should because I’m a peer sex educator, but w/e I can help; ask me your sexstions.

(via fuckyeahsexeducation)

ebony60-90-60:

phillipes-finest:




The mice will play whilst the cats are away Xxx

ebony60-90-60:

phillipes-finest:

The mice will play whilst the cats are away Xxx

(Source: altblackgirls, via iamthesocietyofkings)

(Source: coreha, via musingsofmrhandcock)

artforadults:

jennifer volkman submitted once more and I’m glad she did it! thank you Jennifer, much appreciated…

—————

sketchbook

http://jennifervolkman.tumblr.com/

(via sixtineparis)

Not the best picture, still too shy to show my face =( but my favorite is definitely this hogtie!

Not the best picture, still too shy to show my face =( but my favorite is definitely this hogtie!

"

I sleep
with the wolves
in my head
and wake up in
my own blood,

we love the
things that
kill us

"

Christopher Poindexter (via hazuki-lynch)

… (via sixtineparis)

(Source: sad-plath, via sixtineparis)

carolrossettidesign:

I’ll try to post more in english… It’s not my first language, so if you see any mistakes, just tell me and I’ll repost it :)

(via bettacomecorrect)

therealfriskymr:

Back From Holiday , Want to be #tickled..-> Be bound to @TheRealFriskyMr — #BDSM —

therealfriskymr:

Back From Holiday , Want to be #tickled..-> Be bound to @TheRealFriskyMr — #BDSM —

(via npresto)

captiveculture:

Amélie - photography by Jerome G. / www.ilovefrenchgirls.com

captiveculture:

Amélie - photography by Jerome G. / www.ilovefrenchgirls.com

(via submissionandfetishism)

randomvader1995 said: Do you kik?

No, I do not.

As requested.

As requested.