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Memorable Mish
An updated version of missionary, Memorable Mish leaves the male resting on his knees and lower arm, so he can grind and rub his body against his partner. Her hands are wrapped around his back or waist so she can pull him in for deeper penetration. This position is so easy and straight-forward that almost anyone can safely try and enjoy it.

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Hi I'm Dr. Kat, Clinical Sexologist and Relationship Therapist. Join my gay "boyfriend", Ross and I on the couch as we dish about celebrity sex and relationships, sex in the news, what sex toys we like, the nitty gritty of our own relationships and all the while answering your questions about sex, dating, marriage, STDs, sex ed, and the trials and tribulations of life and love in general. It's a 2 for 1 as you get your sex questions answered from both of our perspectives and we have a lot of fun while we're at it. Find out more at www.DrKat.com and e-mail us your questions at sexchat@drkat.com or call our 24/7 Listener Line at 213-270-1968

ARE YOU A BAD KISSER?
You can Ask Dr. Kat by emailing her at ask@drkat.com.

Dear Dr. Kat,

I've been told several times that I'm a bad kisser. I have good hygiene and I really enjoy kissing. What am I doing wrong?

Thanks,
Rob

Dear Rob,

Well, what people prefer in kissing can vary greatly. Some like more forceful kisses, some more gentle. However, it seems that everyone enjoys a little variety too. There is such a thing as "kissing chemistry" as well. It is said that the more someone kisses like you do, the more likely you'll find their kisses enjoyable. It is for this reason that I don't think that there is some formula for you to follow to be a better kisser. Maybe you're just kissing people who kiss differently from you. But there are some ways you might be able to be in the moment more...

My first suggestion is to not get overly into your own head. I know this is difficult to do, especially when you are now worried about how you are kissing. But do whatever you can to stop that internal tape from droning on and on about how well you aren't kissing. Focus instead on your breathing, the smell of your partner, the way their skin and lips feel. Do whatever you can to bring yourself back to the present moment.

Start slow. Feel the person out. Pay attention to how your energy is mixing. There may be times when passionate high energy kissing is appropriate but especially when you don't know your kissing partner well, it's helpful to take your time. Start with smaller kisses and allow yourselves to build on them. You'll soon find that you both establish a flow.

As you get more comfortable begin to mix things up a bit. A small nibble to the lip, suck the tongue gently in between kisses. Don't forget to veer off the lips to other parts of the body. Everyone knows how delightful it is to have their ears and necks kissed and nibbled but how about the back of the ear and the wrists? You can also use your hands to cradle your partner's head, slightly massage their neck or even better eventually work your way into some heavy petting.

Much of kissing involves, staying present moment and feeling out a partner for what's appropriate. Developing some sort of technique from there isn't necessarily required but The Kama Sutra (the 7,000 year old guide to Tantric sex) has several suggestions as well. So, if you want to branch out there are many opportunities.

Sincerely,
Dr. Kat

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There was a young man from Savannah
Who died in a curious manner
He whittled a hole In a telephone pole
And electrified his banana. -- Anonymous

There was a young gal name of Sally
Who loved an occasional dally.
She sat on the lap Of a well-endowed chap Crying, "Gee, Dick, you're right up my alley!" -- Anonymous

A limerick is a short, humorous and rhyming poem of just five lines.

The first two lines rhyme along with the fifth line and the third and fourth lines rhyme.

Edward Lear (1812-1888) was born on this day and his book popularized limericks on paper for the first time in 1846. His "Book Of Nonsense" was popular with everyone except folks who take poetry seriously, which is why you'll probably never study Mr. Lear's limericks in college:

There was a Young Lady of Dorking,
Who bought a large bonnet for walking;
But its colour and size, So bedazzled her eyes, That she very soon went back to Dorking.

Limerick is also Ireland's third largest city. The practice of reciting limericks can be found as far back as the 1300's in English history and before that in medieval France. Often used in nursery rhymes for children, they were easily adapted by adults for entertainment while drinking in pubs. It is believed that "Limerick" rhymes so well with other words, the refrain "Will you come up to Limerick?" helped name the genre.

Even Shakespeare wrote limericks, as did Mark Twain and this one from Rudyard Kipling:

There was a small boy of Quebec
Who was buried in snow to his neck.
When they asked, "Are you friz?" He replied, "Yes, I is -- But we don't call this cold in Quebec!"

On to... Nantucket!

According to Wikipedia: "There once was a man from Nantucket" is the opening line for many limericks. The popularity of this literary trope can be attributed to the way the name of the island of Nantucket lends itself easily to humorous rhymes and puns, particularly ribald ones.

The earliest published version appeared in 1902 in the Princeton Tiger:

There once was a man from Nantucket
Who kept all his cash in a bucket.
But his daughter, named Nan,
Ran away with a man
And as for the bucket, Nantucket.

In the many vulgar versions,

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So you've seen the sex toys, blindfolds, and hot outfits - and now you're ready to dip a toe into the world of bondage. But where is a beginner to start?

Grab A Trusted Partner. One of the reasons bondage is so hot is that it allows you to take or surrender control to your lover. This shouldn't be done lightly; if you're the one being bound, you'll need to depend on your lover to release or adjust your restraints quickly and safely. If you're doing the binding, your lover is trusting you to keep the experience safe and pleasurable.

Safe Words/Gestures. Bondage can be intense for both parties involved, and it's important to have clear signals in place. Before you start playing, you should agree on a safe word. This is a code word that signals 'Stop Immediately!' Many people also like using the stoplight system: 'Green' means good, 'Yellow' means slow down, and 'Red' means stop. When using any kind of gag, you should agree on a safe gesture.

Make A Plan. When you're seasoned bondage pros, then you can be spontaneous. Sexual adventurers just starting out should know what restraints they're going to use and how before they begin. Get into the spirit and use the planning stage as foreplay: "What do you think about me handcuffing you to the bed frame while I...?" This not only builds anticipation, but will help you both figure out what the other might enjoy.

Choose Your Toys Carefully. Elaborate knots and locking handcuffs might be a little much at first. When you're starting out, choose restraints that can be pulled apart or unlocked by either of you, such as handcuffs with an emergency release or Velcro-closure restraints. Most starter bondage kits like the Sex & Mischief Bed Bondage Kit, and the Purple Pleasure Bondage Set include these safety features. If you reach for rope or Bondage Tape, make sure to keep a pair of sharp scissors ready for a quick release.

Mix It Up! Once you and your partner are comfortable with basic restraints, you can move on to more adventurous products like Spreader Bars, or add in nipple clamps, blindfolds, whips, feather ticklers, and even vibrators to your bondage repertoire. For added excitement, you can also start exploring hot bondage roleplay.

Above all else, remember to listen to your partner and take it slow. Before you know it, you'll both be sexy bondage experts!

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Candida Royalle

Candidly Speaking
by Candida Royalle
© Femme Productions ®

The Debate about What Gets Women Off continues!
Last week the internet was abuzz with the latest research on how women have orgasms. "Experts" have now decided that there is such a thing as a "vaginal orgasm", and it is distinctly different from a "clitoral orgasm". A professor at Rutger's University even went so far as to show a video of a woman's brain during orgasm. (He found that different areas of the brain are activated depending on where a woman is stimulating herself.)

French gynecologist Odile Buisson disagrees with this new theory, pointing out that the clitoris can't be separated from the vagina, so therefore neither can the two types of orgasm. She believes that a vaginal orgasm is just a clitoral orgasm achieved through slightly different means.

Rutgers emeritus, Beverly Whipple (who first introduced us to the G spot orgasm in her ground-breaking book, "The G Spot and Other Discoveries about Human Sexuality"), goes on to say that that the "G-region" (since the G spot is no longer considered to be a distinct spot) is different in each woman. "Orgasm in women is in the brain", she writes. "It is felt in many body regions, and it can be stimulated from many regions as well as from imagery alone." (Yes, the myth that women are not excited by visuals has finally been debunked!)

So what does this mean for women? Not a whole heck of a lot! I should think we would know by now that we are all uniquely different in terms of what we like, and what we need to have an orgasm. I'm all for learning as much as we can about sexuality, but the downside has always been that every time some new research comes out that tells us how we get off, women feel pressured to live up to this new, better, hotter way to achieve the almighty orgasm. And incredibly, the letters still pour in from women everywhere claiming utter frustration and feelings of inadequacy because they can't have a "vaginal orgasm". And I still find myself passing on what Shire Hite first reported in the '60's: an estimated 75% of women do not have orgasms through intercourse alone.

Emmanuele Jannini, a professor of endocrinology at the University of Aquila, puts it perfectly: "Looking for the G-spot orgasm or the vaginal orgasm as a need, as a duty, is the best way to lose the happiness of sex." Indeed! I always say, what ever gets you off is just fine. The important thing is that you're enjoying yourself! So let the "experts", have their fun analyzing what makes women tick - or, in this case, explode in ecstasy! As long as you're happy, who cares what body part gets you there!

Candida Royalle is a former star of the blue movie screen who in 1984 created Femme Productions® and pioneered the genre of woman-friendly adult erotica. In 1999, she launched the Euro-designed Natural Contours® line of high-style discreet intimate products. She's the author of How to Tell a Naked Man What to Do: Sex Advice From a Woman who Knows; and a sought after speaker on topics ranging from how to have great sex to the politics of free expression. Royalle's product lines are available through AdamEve.com. For more information about Candida Royalle, visit www.candidaroyalle.com.

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Racy Photo Time
Amongst other things, it turns out that May is also National Photograph Month. This makes it the perfect time for creating a special series of racy pics for your partner, also known as boudoir photographs. There are a number of professionals who actually specialize in this area, complete with romantic backdrops and a number of sexy costumes, lingerie and accessories for you to use. But those sessions can cost hundreds of dollars, and it's not really that hard to do on your own as long as you have a trusted friend. Or you can offer to handle the camera for their own boudoir photographs so you both have blackmail material on each other!

Start by getting a few normal shots of you in something your partner's complimented you on before - whether it's a power suit or a dress - just around your house. Slowly strip for the camera, being sure that your helpful photographer takes multiple shots from a variety of angles. You can always delete the ones that you don't like afterwards. From there, you should experiment with costumes and a new piece of lingerie or two in different settings. Wear just an apron and high heels in the kitchen. Smear grease over your chest and legs while working in the garage. Try a few shots in your backyard while working on your garden or mowing the grass. Or if you feeling really adventurous, maybe even strike a few poses around town in different places - just keep an eye peeled for the cops or an audience!

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