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Sex Dictionary & Alphabet

  • May 1, 2023

    A is for A-Spot — Can You Find It?

    Many of you may be familiar with the G-Spot, but there’s another exciting erogenous zone called the A-Spot that can provide intense sexual pleasure, along with increased lubrication and contractions for some individuals. Also known as the AFE (Anterior Fornix Erogenous) zone, this sensitive area is located deep within the vagina along the upper (anterior) […]

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  • March 21, 2012

    R is for Raphe, Retifism, Rimming & Rusty Trombone

    R is for

    The Raphe is the dividing line that runs all the way from the anus, across the perineum, up the scrotal sac to the very tip of the penis. Ask your partner to stand with his legs shoulder-width apart while you kneel on the floor beneath him and lick his raphe with a wide, wet tongue. […]

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  • December 16, 2011

    Q is for Quasimodo-Wank, Queef, Quickie and QUILTBAG


    Thanks to my British friend, Jon Jackson, for defining Quasimodo-Wank which involves masturbating to the sound of bells. And why not? If the clock strikes twelve and the mood happens to strike you, then go for it! Just don’t do it beneath the church bell tower please and thank you. The Queef is also known as a vaginal […]

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  • November 4, 2011

    P is for Pearl Necklace, Pegging, Penguin, Phallophobia and Priapism.

    Pearl Necklace

    The Pearl Necklace involves spraying your ejaculate on your partner’s neck/chest so that it looks like s/he is wearing pearls. Use your imagination and remember to ask first! Pegging refers to a woman penetrating her male partner’s butt with a strap-on dildo. The term was coined by Dan Savage who asked his readers to vote on the best term for […]

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  • October 20, 2011

    O is for Octopus, Oyster and Osmolagnia


    The Octopus sex position involves two people sitting on their bums face-to-face with their arms on the ground behind them for support. The receptive partner puts his/her legs up on the other’s shoulders so that their eight limbs can be used to help thrust around like an octopus. The Oyster sexual technique is much like the teabag […]

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