Those of you who follow my Twitter feed (@thesexademic) may have seen that I spent last weekend shooting some sex advice shorts. I’m working on more post-production right now and will be releasing one new video every week for the next month and a half.
Here’s a little video about why you should measure your johnson and sheath it accordingly…
For behind the scenes pics check out my Facebook fan page here!
“The fact is that women have been trapped. Reproduction is used, consciously or not, as a means to control women, to limit their options and to make them subordinate to men. In many societies a serious approach to reproductive health has to have this perspective in mind. We must seek to liberate women.”
Dr. Nafis Sadik Executive Director, UN Population Fund
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Once again, the French are killin’ it with their condom PSAs. Cute, sexually explicit, and to the point. My only criticism is that sexist notions drive the storyline (desiring penis chases guarded vagina), but sexist notions often comprise sexual cultural consciousness.
Someone I know is allergic to spermicidal condoms, but not normal latex condoms. That common? Thx (question via Twitter)
Well, allergy is one way to put it. A better way to put it would be vaginal sensitivity to bleach. Yes. Nonoxynol-9 (N-9), the active ingredient in spermicide, is a low grade bleach that we refer to as a “surfactant“. The World Health Organization frowns upon using condoms with N-9 lubricants due to their tissue compromising properties. In the spermicidal mayhem, N-9 also damages healthy tissue thus enabling transmission of all kinds of funky things. Like HIV. It’s like creating tiny entry wounds in your vadge/anus.
Just remember: Nonoxynol-9 starts with a NoNo. So only use it if STIs are not an issue and no-one feels the burn. Seriously, if it burns when you have sex, the likely culprit is the condom, lube or maybe that poison ivy patch you picked as a fuck-nest.
I can’t tell you how sad it made me when my current sexual partner told me she was anti-lube. She doesn’t like [to] have “extra, unnecessary things inside of her.” This really harshed my game, since lube is kinda part of my psychological sex ritual. Any advice? -Lubeless in Lust