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  • How to have vaginal sex

     
     

    FAST FACTS:

    • During vaginal sex the penis goes into the vagina.
    • Foreplay is important. It gets you both sexually aroused and ready for penetrative sex. It makes vaginal sex more enjoyable for both partners.
    • Having vaginal sex without using a condom puts you and your partner at risk of unplanned pregnancy, contracting HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
    • Put a condom on an erect penis before it touches or enters the vagina.
    • Discussing safer sex is an important part of having sex.

    Sex can be a lot of fun and very pleasurable, but it’s also normal to have questions and worries. You might be thinking about having sex for the first time and are not sure where to start. Or maybe you want more information on how to make it pleasurable and safe?

    Whatever your situation here are answers to some common questions about vaginal sex.

    What is vaginal sex?

    During vaginal sex (also known as penetrative vaginal sex, vaginal intercourse, sexual intercourse and just sex) the penis goes into the vagina.

    How do you have vaginal sex?

    There is no one right way of having vaginal sex, but there are a few things that you should think about before you do it.

    It’s important that both people are enthusiastic about having sex and that no one is feeling pressured or forced into doing anything they don’t want to do. Asking your partner and continuing to communicate as you progress is the best way to make sure you have their consent. It should also help make the experience more pleasurable for you both.

    Vaginal sex works best when both partners are aroused. This is why foreplay is important.

    What is foreplay?

    Foreplay (sometimes called heavy petting) is about getting both people sexually aroused (or turned on) and ready for penetrative sex, through kissing, stroking, caressing, rubbing and touching. Sometimes people also have oral sex as part of foreplay. The more aroused you both are, the better sex is likely to feel.

    You’ll often know you’re getting aroused from certain physical signs:

    • for women, the vagina begins to moisten
    • men get an erection, which means their penis will get bigger and harden.

    Foreplay should be enjoyable for both partners and you may choose to not go any further than this stage. Many couples enjoy having foreplay for a long time before they move on to having vaginal sex.

    If you are both ready to have vaginal sex, the arousal created through foreplay will help the penis enter the vagina more easily.

    We spent ages on foreplay, kissing, fingering and lots of oral as it was both of our first times. When we did decide to have sex, we used a condom and lots of lube and he was very gentle, kept asking me if he was hurting me and how I felt. It did hurt a bit, but not as much as I was expecting.

    - May

    When should I put on a condom?

    Once you are both aroused and ready to have sex you can put on a male condom. This can be done by you or your partner. You can only put a condom on an erect penis and you should do this before the penis touches or enters the vagina.

    If you are using a female condom it can be put in up to eight hours before sex.

    How do you get the penis into the vagina?

    When you are ready, it helps if one of you uses your hand to gently guide the penis into the vagina. Take your time, and don’t worry if it takes a few goes to guide it in properly – this is very normal, especially when you are both getting used to each other’s bodies.

    Once the penis is inside, you can move your bodies so that the penis pushes into the vagina and then pulls partly out again. Do what comes naturally and feels good - being slow and gentle is a good idea to start with so you can make sure you are both comfortable.

    He was very slow and rather than just pushing into me hard and fast, he took his time making sure I got used to his penis being inside me. He repeatedly asked me if I was ok or wanted him to stop. I told him no and I only felt slightly uncomfortable at first but then when he had fully entered me it felt amazing. He was slow and sensual.

    - Ash

    Remember that you can pause or stop at any point you want, the same is true for your partner. Just because you have started something doesn’t mean you need to continue – stopping is actually very normal. If you are not feeling comfortable with what you are doing you have the right to stop! If your partner wants to stop respect their wishes.

    Will it hurt - and will the woman bleed?

    It can take a bit of time to get used to the sensation of sex, and some women can find it a little uncomfortable or painful at first. However, the pain should not be intense and if at any time the pain is too strong then you should stop. Taking things slowly, making sure the woman is fully aroused and using a good water-based lubrication (oil-based lubricants like massage oils or Vaseline can cause a condom to break) can help penetration feel more comfortable.

    If it's a woman’s first time having sex she may bleed a little. This is generally nothing to worry about. Though it’s perfectly normal to bleed the first time you have sex, it’s also perfectly normal not to bleed.

    If you continue to bleed every time you have sex then it’s a good idea to speak to a healthcare professional to check it’s nothing to worry about.

    What is the best position for vaginal sex?

    There is no one best position and different people will enjoy different things. One common position involves the woman lying down, with the man lying or sitting on top (also called the ‘missionary position’).

    However there are many different possible positions, the woman can be on top, - or you can both lie on your sides. You don’t have to be facing each other – some people like having vaginal sex from behind – meaning the woman’s back is turned towards the man.

    It is easiest to choose a position you both feel comfortable with and one that you can get into easily if you are having sex for the first time. As you get to know each other’s bodies better, you can experiment with different positions and work out what you both like.

    After a while you might find certain movements, positions and ways of touching that lead to one or both of you having an orgasm (also called ‘coming’ or ‘climaxing’). Don’t be too concerned if this doesn’t happen straight away or even at all. It takes time to get to know what works for you sexually – and for your partner – and sex can be enjoyable whether you climax or not.

    You may want to experiment with sex toys, or having anal sex and oral sex as well as vaginal sex. Remember that if you do move from anal sex to vaginal sex you should put on a new condom to make sure you do not infect the vagina with bacteria.

    What are the risks of pregnancy, STIs and HIV from vaginal sex?

    Having vaginal sex without using a condom, even if it’s your first time, means you run the risk of an unwanted pregnancy, and puts you and your partner at risk of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) including HIV.

    If you’ve had unprotected sex make sure you seek healthcare advice as soon as possible. You’ll be able to access emergency contraception to prevent unwanted pregnancy, and if you are worried that you have been exposed to HIV, you can take post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) to prevent HIV infection.

    While there are many different options for contraception, only condoms will protect you and your partner from sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and HIV. Talking to your partner about protection before you start having sex will help things go more smoothly. Being safe will help you both feel more relaxed and make sex more enjoyable.

    Though you might find bringing up the subject of safer sex embarrassing, it’s an important part of having sex. If you find it too difficult to discuss using protection then it could be a sign that you aren’t ready to start having sex just yet. That’s fine – remember that there are lots of ways to enjoy being together and to explore your sexual feelings until the time is right.

    Deciding whether to have sex is a very personal thing. The main things to consider are whether it feels right, and whether you and your partner are both sure. Our article ‘Am I ready for sex?’ will help you think about this.

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  • How to have anal sex

     

    FAST FACTS

    • Anal sex is enjoyed by many people – straight, gay and bisexual.
    • Unprotected anal sex carries a higher risk of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs) than many other sexual activities. Using a condom correctly will help protect you and your partner.
    • Taking pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is another way to prevent HIV infection, but it may not be available everywhere.
    • Use lots of lubricant! But only use water-based lubricant which is specially designed for sexual intercourse. Oil-based lubricants can cause condoms to break.
    • If you are having oral sex or vaginal sex straight after anal sex put on a new condom to avoid cross infection.

    Anal sex is any type of sexual activity that involves the anal area and many people, whether they are heterosexual, gay or bisexual, enjoy it. Whether you are thinking of having anal sex for the first time, or you just want more information on how to stay safe and enjoy it, this page will help answer your questions.

    What is anal sex?

    Most commonly, people think of anal sex as when a man’s penis enters the anus. However, it might also mean using fingers or sex toys to penetrate the anus, or using the tongue to stimulate the anus (called ‘rimming’). You can read more about oral-anal sex on our ‘How to have oral sex’ page.

    Anyone can enjoy anal sex, whether they are a man, woman, gay, bisexual or straight, and whether they are giving or receiving it. Many gay men enjoy penetrative anal sex. But being gay doesn’t mean you have to have anal sex – you decide what you enjoy!

    How do you have anal sex?

    It can feel strange when you start exploring the anal area during sex, so start slowly with touching and caressing to get used to the idea. If you don’t like it, it’s a good idea to talk to your partner and explain that anal sex isn’t for you. While lots of people enjoy it, many others would prefer to leave it out of their sexual activities.

    If you decide to have penetrative anal sex, take things slowly and communicate with your partner. If you are giving anal sex, use plenty of lubricant and then start by penetrating just a little and then pulling out completely. When your partner is ready, penetrate a bit further and then pull out again. Continue with this until you are fully in – but be prepared to stop at any time if the other person is uncomfortable or in pain.

    Anal sex can feel stimulating and pleasurable for both the person giving and receiving - but it can also take a while to get used to the sensation of it. If it doesn’t go perfectly the first time you can always try again when you’re both in the mood. Remember that you can pause or stop at any point you want. Just because you have started something doesn’t mean you need to continue – stopping is actually very normal.

    Anal sex, HIV and STI safety

    Whether you’re a man or a woman, straight or gay, it’s important to protect yourself against the risk of sexually transmitted infections (STIs), including HIV, when having anal sex.

    The lining of the anus is thin and can easily be damaged, which makes it more vulnerable to infection. This means that if you are the receptive partner (often called the 'bottom') you have a higher risk of STIs and HIV from unprotected anal sex than many other types of sexual activity.

    While the risk is less for the 'top' (or insertive partner), HIV can still enter through the opening at the top of the penis (urethra), or through cuts, scratches and sores on the penis.

    STIs that can be passed on during anal sex include:

    • HIV
    • Chlamydia
    • Genital herpes
    • Genital warts
    • Gonorrhoea
    • Syphilis.

    Using protection during anal sex is important to reduce your risk of catching an STI. For penetrative sex, make sure you use a condom and lots of lube – some people feel safer using extra-thick condoms for anal sex. Dental dams also offer good protection for rimming. Taking pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is another way to prevent HIV infection, but it may not be available everywhere.

    You can use either a external condom (which goes on penises or sex toys) or an internal condom (which goes in vaginas or anuses, also called a female condom) for anal sex, depending on your preference. The female condom is inserted into the anus before sex, just as it would be used in the vagina.

    It’s a good idea to put condoms on any sex toys you are using for anal sex too, making sure you change them between partners. Also use a fresh one if you are swapping between anal and vaginal stimulation. This is because the material of some sex toys may harbour bacteria and infections even after cleaning (though not HIV).

    If you’ve had unprotected anal sex and are worried about possible HIV infection, go and see your healthcare professional straight away. You may be able to take post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) to prevent HIV infection, but it has to be taken within 72 hours to be effective. However, PEP is not a replacement for condoms and isn’t available everywhere.  

    Love your lubrication

    Unlike the vagina, the anus doesn’t produce its own lubrication (or ‘lube’), so it’s important to use a good product to help the penis or sex toy move freely and prevent damage to the inside of the anus.

    Don't use your partner's semen (also known as cum) as a lubricant. It’s best to use a water-based lubricant which has been specially designed for sexual intercourse. Oil-based lubricants (such as lotion and moisturiser) can weaken condoms and make them more likely to break.

    How do I stimulate a man's prostate gland?

    Many men also like having their prostate stimulated. The prostate is a walnut-sized gland located just below the bladder and is highly sensitive to stimulation (usually gentle finger stimulation through the anus). However, there are many blood vessels in and around the prostate and it can get bruised if handled roughly, so always treat it gently and use lots of lube.

    Is anal sex painful?

    For lots of people anal sex is a pleasurable part of their sex life. However, whether you are a man or a woman, penetrative anal sex can be uncomfortable or even painful if rushed, especially if it’s your first time.

    Luckily, there are things you can do to lessen any pain. These include going slowly, working your way up to penetration with the penis with smaller objects such as fingers or sex toys, and using a lot of water-based lubrication.

    Continual communication as you progress is the best way to make sure you both enjoy anal sex. If at any time you are feeling strong pain then you should stop immediately.

    Safety for women having anal sex

    Be careful not to use the same finger to stimulate a woman’s anus as you use to touch her vagina. This is because you could transfer small amounts of faeces to the vagina which can cause urinary tract infections such as cystitis.

    The same goes for using a finger to stimulate the anus and then putting it in the mouth, as this can pass on STIs such as hepatitis and shigella.

    If you have anal sex and then move onto vaginal sex or oral sex you should use a fresh condom to prevent these infections. The same applies if you are using sex toys.

    Technically, it’s not possible to get pregnant from anal sex as there’s no way for semen to get from the rectum into the vagina. Be aware that there is a small chance of semen leaking out and dripping into the vagina after anal sex. Using condoms is the best way to make sure you are always protected properly against STIs and pregnancy.

    Should I have anal sex?

    As with any type of sex, it’s important that both people are enthusiastic about having anal sex and that no one is feeling pressured or forced into doing anything they don’t want to do.

    Talk to your partner about protection before you start having anal sex to help things go more smoothly. Remember that having unprotected anal sex puts you and your partner at higher risk of HIV and other STIs such as hepatitis A and shigella than other sexual activities. Being safe will help you both feel more relaxed and make sex more enjoyable.

    Deciding whether to have anal sex is a very personal thing. The main things to consider are whether it feels right, and whether you and your partner are both sure. Our article ‘Am I ready for sex?’ will help you think about this.

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  • Pay Per View

    "I have an idea," I tell Claire while we're out walking the dog.

    "About what?"

    "Let's make a video," I tell her and yank firmly on the leash to get the dog to settle down from the cat he's just spotted.

    "Sure, but that isn't exactly a new idea," she teases.

    "We could make it new somehow."

    "How would we do that?" she asks, and we pause our walk while waiting for the dog to stop sniffing around and move on.

    "I don't know," I say. "Just think about it I guess."

    Time goes by and I bring up making a video a few more times. However, neither of us has thought of anything new. We've made all sorts of videos together and doing another one would be fun, but we both want to do something a little different. Then one Saturday Claire has a suggestion.

    "Thought any more about what kind of video you want to do?" Claire asks me as we lounge around doing nothing.

    "Haven't been able to come up with anything," I reply.

    "Well, I had a thought," she says and trails off.

    "Yes?"

    "Just hear me out," she says, and after I nod, she continues. "What if we did a cam show?"

    "You mean like but a video online?"

    "I'd thought about that, but I don't want to do something so permanent."

    "Makes sense."

    "Then the other day I was watching some porn and getting off while you were still at work," she says. "There was a popup for a cam site and it got me thinking. We could make an account and just test it out. Someone could actually pay to watch us do it."

    "I'm not so sure," I say. We'd done some crazy things over the past several months, but this was something completely different. Putting things on the internet is always a scar proposition even if they aren't videos or pictures.

    "Wouldn't it be so hot to have someone watch us?" she says. "Think about it. People have caught us in the past and you know how horny that makes me. Think how sexy it could be to do it on purpose."

    "You sure?"

    "We can just try it out for a little bit. If no one is interested, then we don't do it," she says.

    "But what if someone recognizes us?"

    "No one is going to recognize us."

    "What if they do?"

    "What are they going to do?" Claire says. "Walk up to us and say they were jerking off to some cam site and saw us on it. Most people don't want to admit their watching anymore than we want to be recognized."

    "I'm still not sure," I say, but I can tell she really wants to try it because she is pushing hard for it.

    "We can wear masks and cover up our faces. Lots of amateur videos online do that," she says.

    "I suppose we can try it but only for a week. If no one wants anything after a week, we give up," I say.

    "Okay," she says.

    She gets off the couch and goes into the computer room where my desktop is. She beckons for me to follow. I get up and follow her, and she sits down at the computer. She opens up a browser window and types in a name of some website. Apparently, she already knows where she's going. While she makes an account, I fish around in my electronics box for the webcam I bought when we had a long distance relationship. Eventually I find it and return to the computer to plug it in.

    "We need a name," she says.

    "Like an account name?"

    "Yeah, something that people will click on and know it's us."

    We brainstorm names for a little bit and settle on a completely ridiculous nerdy name Galadriel&Glamdring. One time I made a joke about naming my dick Glamdring after Gandalf's sword and Claire has never forgotten it. We test out the webcam to make sure it is working properly. We're not going to start now. We just want to set it all up. We figure out the whole site works by using tokens. Users purchase tokens with real money and then use those tokens to tip performers, interact with them, or pay for shows. A private show costs a certain amount of tokens per minute, but beyond that all costs are set up by us. Once a week performers get paid by the site based on how many tokens they've earned. There are some formulas for it, but we'd make anywhere from 50% to 80% of the cost of each token we collect. We spend a little bit of time browsing the site and figuring out how it works more. Finally we finish setting up the account.

    The next day I sleep in because I'm lazy, and Claire goes shopping. I'm awake before she gets back, so I help her unload the groceries when she does arrive. She'd shopped around for a while, but eventually she found some masks. They're kind of like the old masks I had as a kid for superhero Halloween costumes. They really only cover the top half of our faces, but it is better than nothing. If we're going to be fucking on camera, we probably need our mouths anyway. Either Claire's enthusiasm is wearing off on me, or the more I think about it the more I like the idea. She wants to try it out tonight, and I agree to it.

    That night I clean off the futon in the computer room while, Claire straightens her hair and does her makeup. She puts on some red lingerie to match the red thong I'm wearing. We fire up the webcam and log into the site. We noticed yesterday that some models just sit around and wait. Others masturbate and play with themselves in an effort to get someone to go private with them. We decide that this first night we'll just stay clothed and see what happens. It takes a surprisingly little amount of time before someone shows up in the chat box next to our stream. However, the person just harasses us with excessively dirty language, so we kick them out. A few more people come and go over the next two hours. Some of them we have a nice friendly chat with, but nothing more.

    After the full two hours, we cancel the stream, but stay logged in. We look around at other people's profiles for a bit to get a better handle on what we're doing. Many of the solo girls have vibrators connected to the site somehow, and people can control them by tipping predetermined amounts. Most performers have a menu listed on their profile pages that says what tips will equal what things. Apparently these are things they will do in the public chat for tips and any specialty requests must be made in a private chat. We decide we need to come up with our own tip menu for the next time.

    We're too busy on Monday to give it a try, but by Tuesday night we've come up with a menu. For more tokens, we'll do progressively more dirty things. The menu includes: kissing, body kisses, fondling, exposing Claire's tits, exposing my dick, exposing Claire's pussy, fingering/stroking, and licking/sucking. Each one has a time frame associated with it like Claire will suck my cock for 30 seconds or I'll lick her pussy for 30 seconds. The idea is that if they want longer they have to tip more and more.

    Adding the menu does increase our traffic on Tuesday night. Several people want us to take our masks off, but we refuse. People do actually tip us and the most popular ones are of course Claire exposing her tits or pussy and her sucking my cock. We end up getting what we feel like is a lot of tokens, but in reality probably isn't. No one pays for private show although a few people inquire about it. They leave disappointed when we refuse to do their specific kink. When we're done for the night, we add onto our profile the things we will or won't do. It is probably a pretty vanilla list as far as sex sites go, but it is what we are comfortable with. There's nothing that would fall into the extreme category.

    We cam again on Thursday and Saturday nights. We collect more tokens and it becomes less awkward each time, but no one pays for private. Claire and I decide that even if we enjoy it a little bit that the plan to do it for a week still stands. We're not making anything more than a few dollars, and it isn't worth it. We agree to give it one more try on Sunday night. So, on Sunday night we're once again on the futon. Claire's in sexy green bra and panties set. I have on my black thong. We get a few more tips in the first hour, so we kiss, fondle, lick, and suck. In the second hour, a familiar name pops back up. This person has been showing up since Tuesday. We're a little nervous when they pay for a private session. I ask Claire if she still wants to, and she says yes.

    The person sends us a private message saying they want to watch us have sex. They want to tell us what to do, and we'll do it. We tell them all the things we won't do, and I assume they'll say no like the others had. However, they agree, and after a bit of fumbling we figure out how to go to a private chat. I think we're both a little startled when the private chat window opens, and they have their webcam on. I'd assumed all the people on the site were creepy old dudes, but the person who is paying is a young woman around our age. I don't know about Claire, but this makes me feel better for some reason. It isn't that women can be perverts too. There's just something different about it. The first thing she asks is if we'd be willing to take the masks off. Claire is about to tell her no, when I say yes. Claire is shocked, but I explain that it is a private show. We don't know her, so she isn't going to recognize us. We take off the masks and the woman compliments us on our good looks. She asks if we have any toys. Claire reaches under the futon and pulls out our bag of sex stuff and dumps it on the futon.

    "I want you to insert that butt plug in his ass," she requests.

    I'm a little nervous because of the camera, not the butt plug. Claire has used it on me before. As Claire grabs one of our butt plugs and lubes it up, I think about the sexiest way to do it for our viewer. I decide to stand up and bend over, so she has a clear view of Claire playing with my asshole. When Claire has the butt plug ready, I pull my thong to the side and spread my ass. The lube is cold on my asshole as Claire gently uses the butt plug to apply lube to my tight hole. She starts off slowly by inserting just the tip of the plug in before taking it out again. Each time she does it, she goes a bit deeper. Once she's pushing it in about halfway, I can feel my ass tighten and push against it a she removes it. As it goes further and further into me, I groan louder and it makes my cock twitch. Finally, she pushes it all the way in. The initial weirdness of having my ass filled passes and is replaced with the sensory pleasure of it. I turn back around and see that the woman has taken off her bra and is fondling her small tits. I guess we are going to get a show too.

    "Now do it to her," she commands.

    We repeat the process, but this time I'm playing with Claire's asshole. I slap her ass a few times as I use the plug to gently fuck her asshole. She moans with pleasure, but I don't take as much time as she did to insert it. Our client is paying by the minute after all. Once Claire's ass is filled too, she lets her panties fall back in place. The butt plug can be seen through the lace of her panties, and my hard cock twitches at the sight.

    "Eat her pussy out," the woman tells me as she pinches her nipples and moans softly to herself. "Sit on the edge and have him kneel in front of you. No sit up. I want to see your big tits."

    Claire sits up on the edge of the futon, and I kneel in front of her. She grabs my head and pushes it into her wet pussy as the woman instructs her. She grinds her pussy against my tongue as I roll it across her clit. I lap up her juices and feel them covering my face. I put my tongue against her clit flatly and push into it. She moans with pleasure again and grinds harder. The woman tells her to play with her tits and Claire's hands leave my head. I know without looking that she is pinching and pulling her nipples. I lower my tongue from her clit and instead ram it as far into her pussy as I can. I bob my head a little bit and tongue fuck her.

    "Oh fuck," she moans.

    I know she is close to coming, so I return to her clit and swirl my tongue around it faster and faster. Her thighs squeeze my head as she starts to shiver and shake. She moans "fuck" louder and louder until it is unintelligible as she comes. I keep tasting her glorious pussy until she can't take it anymore and she has to push me away.

    "That was so fucking hot," the woman on the screen says. "Kiss him and taste yourself."

    Claire grabs my head again and pulls me up to her lips. She kiss me hungrily and I know she can taste herself on me just like the woman wanted.

    "I want you to face me while you fuck her from behind," the woman says.

    Claire gets on her hands and knees facing the computer. I climb on the futon behind her before kneeling down. She reaches between her legs and guides my thick cock into her waiting pussy. She moans with the satisfaction of being filled. I look up and see that the woman on the screen has pulled her panties off and is sitting in her computer chair in such a way as to reveal herself to us. Her fingers are working her clit even as I fill Claire. Taking her from behind, I can feel the plug in my ass putting pressure on me. When I do cum, it will be a big one. As I slowly thrust my cock in and out of her pussy, I can also feel the plug in Claire's ass. This is the closest she'll probably ever get to being double penetrated.

    "Talk dirty to each other as you fuck," the woman demands before succumbing to a moan of her own.

    "Fuck me," Claire says trying to get it started. "Fuck me while she watches."

    "I love fucking you with your ass filled," I say as I slide my cock in and out of her dripping pussy.

    "I love how it feels," she moans.

    "Think about how it would feel if that was a thick cock fucking your ass while I fuck you," I tell her and thrust so hard she slips forward onto her face.

    "Fuck her as roughly as you ever have," the woman on the computer says. "Be dirtier than you have ever been."

    I pull Claire's head up by her hair so that she can see the computer screen. The woman has switched her fingers for a vibrator and she is rubbing it all over her pussy.

    "I want you to look at her while I fuck you," I tell Claire.

    "Fuck me while she watches," Claire says.

    I let go of her hair and she slumps back down a little bit too much.

    "I said watch."

    I reach as far down as I can while pounding her and grab her arms. She gets the idea and puts both hands behind her back. I grab her wrists.

    "You like me fucking your pussy from behind?" I ask. "You like me holding your wrists and fucking you like my own little toy?"

    "Yes," Claire practically screams. "Fucking use me."

    I grab one of her wrists in each hand and pull back on them until she has to arch her back up and lift her head. Now the only thing supporting her is her knees and me holding her up by her wrists. On the computer screen the woman is shaking and bucking as she comes with her vibrator pressed firmly against her clit. I speed up my thrusting into Claire's tight pussy until I'm pounding her faster than I ever have. I can hear our skin slapping together and her wet pussy juices squelching around my thick cock. I look down at her perfect ass and how sexy she looks with the butt plug in. I feel the familiar eruption starting inside of me.

    "I'm going to cum in your tight pussy," I tell Claire.

    "Cum in me," she says. "I want all your hot cum in my pussy."

    With a few more quick and hard thrusts, I feel my balls churn and my ass tighten around the plug in me. My cum erupts out of me and I lose count of how many times I shoot my load deep into Claire. I slow down but keep thrusting until I'm sure every last drop has been deposited in her.

    "Show me what you did to her," the woman tells us.

    I pull out of Claire and she turns around so her ass is to the computer. I scoot up so I'm next to her and I spread her pussy lips for her. It takes a moment, but then my cum starts to drip out of her. It coats her pussy lips as it continues to flow out and then drips onto the futon. I slap Claire's ass a few times and then the window with the woman in it goes blank because she's left. In a moment, another private message pops up and it is from her. She thanks us for the good show and tips us more tokens. Claire slumps over before rolling onto her back.

    "That was intense," she says.

    "Was it too much?" I ask as I lay down beside her. "Was I too rough?"

    "Oh, no. I loved it. I know it is harder for you to be extra dirty and rough, so I really liked it."

    "Good," I say. She's right. I generally struggle with being as rough as she would like it sometimes. I'm just too nice of a guy, or at least, that is what I tell myself. "What about the whole cam thing?"

    "I liked it," she says and rolls over to look at me. "It was really hot to be told what to do and to be watched that way."

    "I think it made it easier on me that she was a woman."

    "That makes sense."

    We log out of the site before cleaning ourselves up. We talk about the experience more and decide to revisit it again later. Although we both liked it, the risks make me too uncomfortable and Claire agrees.

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  • How to Buy Chargers and Adaptors

    For as long as you are using rechargeable sex toys, chargers and adaptors will always be an important part of your preparations. Normally, your sex toy will come packaged with a charger. But like most other chargers, it might get lost, spoil after some time or you find that the charger head is not compatible with your wall socket and needs a power adapter. But in most cases when this happens, you are more likely to look for a backup from assortments of battery chargers, HDMI cables, A/V cables and a whole lot bunch at home. But just because it works does not mean it is really working effectively with your sex toy. Sex toy connections are not standardized and different manufacturers use different connectors. Therefore, to perverse the battery life of your sex toy, it is important that you get the right charger and adaptor.

    While it might seem simple to walk into the store and get a charger, buying the right charger and adaptor for your sex toy demands much more. Here are a few factors to consider when buying sex toy chargers and adaptors.

    Factors to Consider when Buying Chargers and Adaptors

    Charger Head Design

    Different countries in Europe have different standard charger head designs. Make sure you get a charger or adaptor that is compatible with your wall charging system. If your toy came with a charger designed for a different country, the charger adaptor must have one port that is compatible with your charger and the plug-pins compatible with your wall systems.

    Voltage and Amperage

    Not all chargers charge the same. The voltage (input) and amperage (output) determine the charging rate of your charger. So, you need to make sure the voltage and amperage of your new charger is compatible with your sex toy. In simple term, voltage is the energy going into your device. If it is too high, you risk blowing up your sex toy due to overloaded circuits. The voltage is usually written on the user manual or imprinted on the battery itself or the battery compartment. Amperage, commonly known as amps are the currents that are supplied to your toy. The amps regulate how much power goes through your toy from the power supply. Amps are usually imprinted on the power supply. For example, you will see the adaptor imprinted with 2.7A or 1A. The amps on your power supply should match or exceed the amps required by your device.

    Number of Toys you need to Charge

    When buying chargers and adaptors, think about how many of your toys you need to charge. Some chargers have more than one cable allowing you to charge several toys at the same time. There are also adaptors that have more than one port that you can insert several chargers simultaneously. If you have several devices with the same power amperage, a multi-cable charger will be a better option to save you money and time. For multiple devices with different amperage and voltage requirements, a charger adaptor with several ports will be more ideal.

    Please note that when choosing a multi-port charger, the total output must be higher than the total output required charging each device to the fullest. This will make sure the charging rate is not slowed down.

    Quality and Durability

    This quality depends on the quality and brand you choose. There are hundreds if not thousands of chargers and adaptors in the market, with most of them being counterfeit. You may have experience with a phone charger picked from the discount counter at the convenient store, only your phone took more hours to fully charge than usual. You also need to pay attention to the brand to avoid buying counterfeit products. Some indicators can include spelling errors on the packaging, incorrect abbreviations on the product description such as MA instead of mA. You might also notice UL listing symbols. An omitted brand name may also be a warning sign for counterfeit products. Price can be a good indicate of the quality of a product. Make sure to choose high quality sex toy chargers from reputable retailers like Peaches and Screams to ensure durability.

    Additionally, the quality of the charger cable also determines how quickly your sex toy is charged. High quality cables charge much more quickly. It also protects your toy from overheating and harmful power surges. Some chargers come with detachable cables while others have hard-wired pack which prevents loss of the cable.

     Warranty

    A warranty is a great document to authenticity a product. It is a guarantee of both quality and durability on the part of the manufacturer. Unless absolutely sure about the quality of the brand, avoid buying sex toys chargers without a warranty. Also make sure that the warranty document is signed and stamped, for ease of claiming in case the charger is faulty. This ensures that you preserve the lifespan of your sex toys.

    Don’t use the wrong charger for your precious sex toy. Browse through Peaches and Screams for high quality sex toy chargers and EU, UK and USA power adaptors. One of the most important aspects of vibrating sex toys is batteries. Enjoy longer-lasting pleasure with your vibrating cock ring, magic wand, anal vibrator and all other electronic sex toys to the fullest; choose the right charger here at Peaches and Screams. We understand different countries have different port plug standards. Don’t leave your toy behind when touring just because you don’t have a country adaptor. Buy power adaptors for your electronic sex toys from Peaches and Screams. Discreet packing and shipping on all items with utmost protection to your privacy.

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  • How to have oral sex

    FAST FACTS

    • Oral sex means using your mouth and tongue to stimulate your partner’s genital or anal area, providing sexual pleasure.
    • Different people like to give and receive oral sex in different ways, so take time to explore what your partner enjoys.
    • There is very low risk of HIV infection from oral sex (unless one of you has genital/mouth sores or bleeding gums).
    • Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) such as herpes, gonorrhoea and syphilis can be passed on through oral sex.
    • Using a condom or a dental dam will help protect you from STIs.
    • Do not have oral sex if either of you has sores in or around your mouth, vagina, penis or anus, or if the person giving oral sex has bleeding gums. These could be a sign of infection and put you at higher risk of passing on STIs including HIV.

    'Going down', 'giving head', 'blow jobs' … there are many different names for oral sex. But what is oral sex? And does it come with any risks?

    Whether you are thinking about having oral sex for the first time or just want some more information – read on for tips on how to have oral sex safely and pleasurably, and answers to some of the most common questions.

    What is oral sex?

    Oral sex means using your mouth and tongue to stimulate your partners’ genital or anal area.   

    Oral sex can be a good way to discover new pleasures with your partner, but deciding whether you want to do it is a very personal choice – not everyone likes it and not everyone tries it!

    As with any type of sex, it’s important that both people are enthusiastic about doing it.

    Top tips for oral sex

    A lot has been written about how to give the best oral sex. But the truth is that different things work for different people.

    There’s a whole variety of ways to lick, suck and stimulate - different people may like to give and receive oral sex in different ways. Remember that it can take a while to work out what makes someone feel good.

    You may feel nervous before having oral sex – whether you’re giving it or receiving it. The best thing to do is to carry on communicating with your partner. Ask them to tell you what feels nice and let them know when you are enjoying something.

    If you’re happy and comfortable with the person you’re with then oral sex can be a great way to get physically closer and learn what turns each other on. But remember that you can pause or stop at any point you want, and the same is true for your partner. Just because you have started something doesn’t mean you need to continue – stopping is actually very normal.

    How do you give a man oral sex?

    You can start oral sex on a man whether his penis is erect or not. It’s a good idea to use your hand to touch him before you start to help work up to the sensation of oral sex.

    If you’re unsure how far you want him to penetrate your mouth, use your thumb and forefinger to make a ring around his penis, stopping it as far as you want to go. You can keep moving your fingers down slowly until you reach the point where it feels deep enough inside your mouth.

    Many men find oral sex (also known as ‘blow jobs’) highly sensitive, so start gently and slowly and work up to a faster pace. You can experiment with different tongue, mouth and head movements to see what works best (but never use your teeth unless asked!).

    Even if you decide to give a man oral sex, it doesn’t mean that you have to let him ejaculate (or cum) in your mouth – the choice is yours. Of course, if he’s wearing a condom this won’t be such an issue, and it means you will both be protected against sexually transmitted infections (STIs). It’s also entirely up to you how long you continue for.

    How do you give a woman oral sex?

    It’s usually a good idea to spend some time kissing and touching before giving a woman oral sex. Take your time to explore her upper thighs and the area around her vagina first, to help her get aroused.

    The most sensitive part of the vagina for a woman is the clitoris, which has more than 8,000 nerve endings. But the whole pelvic area is very sensitive. Gently part the outer lips of the vagina and look for the vaginal opening, and the hooded clitoris just above it.

    Start off softly, using a relaxed tongue to make slow movements and work up to faster movements with a firmer, pointed tongue. You can experiment with making different patterns with your tongue and try different rhythms – taking cues from your partner as to what she enjoys most.

    How do you give oral-anal sex (rimming)?

    Performing oral sex on your partner’s anus (also known as analingus or rimming) can be part of any sexual relationship, whether gay, bisexual or straight.

    If you are concerned about hygiene, ask your partner to wash first - water and a gentle washcloth should do the trick. You could also bathe together as part of foreplay.

    You can begin by gently kissing and fondling the area around the anus including the perineum (the area of skin between the genitals and the anus). You can then work your way in to the anus by circling your tongue around the outer area and finally inserting your tongue.

    You can try licking, sucking, probing and nibbling gently – taking cues from your partner about what feels good to them.

    If you are performing it on a woman, don’t go from the anus to the vagina as this may transfer bacteria and cause infection.

    Can I get HIV and STIs from oral sex?

    The risk of HIV transmission from oral sex is very low. The main risks arise if the person receiving oral sex has an STI or sores on their genital area, or if the person giving oral sex has sores in their mouth or bleeding gums.

    However other STIs such as herpes, gonorrhoea and syphilis can still be passed on through oral sex. And some infections caused by bacteria or viruses can be passed on through oral–anal sex, such as hepatitis A or E.coli.

    Infections can be passed on through oral sex even if there are no obvious signs or symptoms of the infection (such as sores). You should definitely avoid having oral sex if either of you has sores around your mouth, vagina, penis or anus. These could be a sign of an infection, so get them checked out by a healthcare professional.

    Using a condom or dental dam (a thin, soft plastic that covers the vagina or anus) will protect you from most sexually transmitted infections. If you don’t have a dental dam you can also make an effective barrier by cutting a condom lengthways from bottom to top forming one piece of material that can be used like a dental dam.

    Knowing you have the extra protection a condom provides can help make you feel more liberated and less inhibited during oral sex.

    Talking to your partner about protection before you start having oral sex will help things go more smoothly. This can be embarrassing, but it’s an important part of having sex – and if you find it too difficult to discuss then it could be a sign that you aren’t ready to start having oral sex just yet.

    Should I have oral sex?

    It’s a big decision to start having oral sex, and it’s important that you and your partner are ready to start exploring in this way.

    Whether it’s giving or receiving oral sex, no one should do it because they feel forced to.

    Lines like “it doesn’t mean we’ve had real sex – you’ll still be a virgin”, or “if you don’t want sex then you should at least go down on me”, or “it’s not as risky as having intercourse”, all suggest pressure and coercion. Remember that oral sex should be fun for both of you. If one person is doing it because they feel pressured, it can sour the whole experience.

    Deciding whether to have oral sex is a very personal thing. The main things to consider are whether it feels right, and whether you and your partner are both sure. Our article ‘Am I ready for sex?’ will help you think about this.

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