Tinamarie tells us to own our sexuality. LuckyLady reminds us that "sexy" is in the eye of the beholder. CrazyWolfChick teaches us what's not okay to say to bisexual people. Catch up on these stories and more in this list of the top 25 most popular articles on SexIs in December 2012!
1.Have You Been Naughty? by LoriandHubby
Did you dream of a naughty Christmas? You are not alone. Thanks to the "50 Shades of Grey" trilogy, 2012 was officially the year of kink. Moreover, women seem to be the driving force behind this sexual explosion. LELO, a leading designer of personal pleasure objects, recently released their yearlong global survey. With 19,000 female respondents from 8 countries, the results may surprise you...unless you already have your gray silk tie.
2. BDSM 101: What websites to join and which ones to avoid by lizzi6692
When you first find the world of BDSM, one of the things that you probably want to do is learn as much as you can. A good way to do that is join a fetish website so that you can connect with like-minded individuals. But like with everything else, there are both good and bad websites.
3. The power in his hands - a guide to fingering a girl by Arlinnae
So you decided you wanted to treat your girlfriend better and enhance the experience for her – good decision! Women like to be pampered and appreciated, and they are able to reach several orgasms during one act – so yes, why not? (Ladies, don't miss Arlinnae's guide to hand jobs! It made November's Top 25 list!)
4. Teen Rape Goes Viral; Town Protects Football Team by Roland Hulme
SexFeed: Instagram and Twitter feeds incriminate students in a sexual assault case the authorities can’t brush under the carpet.
5. Everyone Is, In Fact, Sexy by LuckyLady
Social media tries to tell us how to define what is sexy, but of course, most of us do not conform. Each and every one of us has our own preferences on who we think is sexy. Each and every one of us has our own kink. Kinking it up is just one of our ways we rebel against sexual conformity. Everyone is sexy.
6. Five Things Bisexual Women are Tired of Hearing by CrazyWolfChick
Okay, you’ve come out as bisexual. You’re definitely in love with cocks, and you’re definitely in love with vaginas. Sculpted chests and soft breasts are both appealing. So why should you have to choose? You can love both, because isn’t the LGBT*QIA movement all about loving who you want?
7. Erotic Capital: Owning Our Sexuality by Tinamarie Bernard
The signs are unmistakable. Women are owning sexuality in powerful and disquieting ways. Is the world ready for the future of femininity and feminism?
8. Why Real Lesbians Can Love Sex Toys by frustratedfemme
From the article:
Let's get one thing straight: I'm not. In fact, I've never even slept with someone of the opposite sex. However, I love getting pounded when my girlfriend wears a strap-on. Does that mean that I'm not a real lesbian?
9. Anal Play by angel42539
Is this your first time? Angel's got some tips on how to make it fun and enjoyable.
10. Lolita Fashion and Sexuality by souviet
There are too many misconceptions about the Lolita subculture. "They're ageplayers," you'll see. Here's why they're wrong.
11. Feminish: Sex Pozzies by Livia Drew
Think feminists don't like sex? Think again. One feminist's discovery of sex positivism.
12. Define This: Pansexual by MrWilly
It may not be what you think. Learn more here.
13. The Toy War by KiaMarie
KiaMarie tells us how her toy collection got started...and we find ourselves wondering why we didn't think of this!
14. The Hardships of Coming Out as Non-Vanilla by Jenyana
Most people seem to associate coming out as an exclusively gay thing. Yet experience has shown us that there are several other aspects of our sexuality that most people keep to themselves, even when being open about almost everything else. Not because what we do is a bad thing, but actually because we face countless hostilities whenever people find out. We're talking about letting people know that we’re not vanilla, in or out of the bedroom.
15. No, You Can't Treat Breast Cancer by Squeezing Your Breasts by Silverdrop
SexFeed: The headlines were unbelievable. Simply squeezing the breasts could treat cancer, or prevent it, depending on where you got your source. Hey, it's science! Men (and some women) had fantasies of going to work in the new field of therapeutic breast massage. But while the story is based in truth, you have to go to the source to find it.
16. Bringing a Fantasy to Life by AHubbyof2SexualMinds
Each month, SexIs Social asks contributors to look at different topics. December's focus was "Wish Lists". We all have that favorite fantasy that we return to. One of AHubbyof2SexualMinds' favorite repeat fantasies has helped him expand his sex life.
17. Trigger Warning - Loss of Control by TheSinDoll
Some of us have fantasies so dangerous they make us ashamed to even think about them. Dark, violent fantasies that turn us on in ways we can't describe. TheSinDoll talks about hers.
18. Daddy's Home! by RobbieLuv1
What is it about being called “Daddy” that sets a man on fire? Robbieluv1 tells us why he likes it.
19. Bipolar: Living upside down by StayAtHomeAsh
The world is hard enough to figure out without the instability of bipolar. Up and down, insanity and complete clarity. A bipolar person's mind is constantly betraying them. Their emotions- are they real or are they exaggerated? Normal situations become a puzzle, always wondering what's reality and what is strictly emotional. This is StayAtHomeAsh's story of finding balance in an otherwise upside down world.
20. Kinky Sex Club by Geogeo
SexFeed: Harvard College approves a kinky sex club as a new student organization.
21. A Hairy Situation by Experiment
Every November, men allow their facial hair to run wild for cancer. So why exactly is the idea of women doing the same "just gross"?
22. Kink vs. Fetish by Smokedawg
What's the difference between a kink, a fetish and a Paraphilia? Smokedawg explains his take in this article!
23. Contraceptive Series Part 4: Implanon, the Hormonal Implant by novanilla
This is the third installment of novanilla's Contraceptive Series. Novanilla provides accessible information about Implanon, the only hormonal implant option available in America at this time. Read this series for everything you need to know when making a decision about what contraceptive is best for you.
24. Sex Workers Speak Out: A day to be observed, December 17, 2012 by Lillie Lovely
Every group in society has a leader. A person that everyone in the community looks to for empowerment and/or answers. When you look back in history, there are hundreds of people who have made a name for themselves for speaking out for what they believe in. For standing up for their beliefs and others who believe. For making others understand, even if they do not agree or believe that they need to live and let live.
25. He's perfect but I'm just not into him. by KrazyKandy
We are all searching for the perfect guy or girl. What happens when you've already met them but you just aren't into them?
Keep your eyes peeled next week for 2012's Top 25!