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September Snuggle
Designed for increased intimacy and deep penetration, the September Snuggle sex position starts as a modified version of missionary. Instead of splitting their legs; however, the bottom partner rests them on the top partner's shoulders. This exposes more of the bottom partner's vagina and ass, while also bringing the two lovers closer together. The new leg position also creates a lifting effect, giving the top partner a more accessible angle for deeper penetration.

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Dear Dr. Kat,

I've always considered myself a woman with a very active fantasy life. I've fantasized about sex since I was a teenager but never shared them with anyone - including my partners. Anyway, I have one recurring fantasy that I consider my favorite. What bothers me is that I fantasize that I'm getting raped. I've never been sexually assaulted or abused in any way. I'm not sure what this means, as I of course would never want to be in that position in real life. Should I be concerned?

Riley, Atlanta

Dear Riley,

Some component of "forced sex" is the number one theme in most romance novels. You'd be surprised how many women share this same fantasy with you. They even find freedom in them, as it absolves them from the responsibility of wanting to be sexual - something that many women feel they don't have permission to be in Western society. So many good girl/bad girl messages permeate our culture that many women feel ashamed of, or even scared by, the content of these fantasies.

What we all need to remember is that these fantasies are what they are…in our heads! The mind is considered the most sexual part of our body. Through-out our lives a myriad of sexual images float through our heads. Some fantasies we just "try on" for size, while others may become regular favorites that have a constant presence in our mind. It's not uncommon for women, in particular, to have rich sexual lives and yet never feel comfortable in sharing them with their male partners. One may need to feel a certain amount of safety in a relationship, in order to be able to loosen up and share one's innermost desires. And, a fantasy that may include "questionable" content may be particularly difficult to share.

The point is that these fantasies are completely healthy. It's up to you how you want to express them - whether you'd like to keep them to yourself, or find a way to safely play them out - like in the wildly popular erotic book, Fifty Shades of Grey. Many couples experiment, and enjoy playing with such scenarios. If you're looking for inspiration, you might want to check out the role-playing suggestions in the book the "Erotic Way", or, in order to get a sense of the spectrum of other women's fantasies, in "Women On Top".

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Fall is right around the corner, so it's time to make every second of sunshine count with a sexy last-minute getaway. A quick and spontaneous weekend away can be just what the doctor ordered to reinvigorate your sex life and recharge your batteries. Need a little inspiration? Try out one of these quick vacations for a little hot R&R.

1. Surf, Sun, & Fun. Call around, make a reservation, grab your swimsuits, and head for the beach. If the coast is too far a drive, try your nearest lake destination. Being by the water is relaxing and a perfect excuse to wear your skimpiest swimsuit. Bonus naughty points: go skinny-dipping in the water or the hot tub! Be sure to pack a waterproof vibrator for extra slippery fun.

2. Get High. In the mountains, of course. If you're suffering from too much heat, head up high and for a head-clearing view of the world below. Book a room in a mountain bed and breakfast, a cabin, or take a tent and find a secluded spot where you can unleash your wild, animalistic desires. And it's easy to reconnect sans electricity with one of Adam & Eve’s hot adult board or dice games.

3. Big City Nights. Relaxation means something different to everyone. If you’re more the play-hard type, grab your sexiest outfits and hit the city for a hot night of clubbing. For extra role-play fun, show up with your paramour separately, then pretend you’re picking up a sexy stranger. Have a nearby hotel room ready and sneak away there when you’re ready to unleash your passion. Need a hot outfit? Be sure to check out Adam & Eve’s selection of clubwear, including the silky Little Black Dress.

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Many people travel with their sex toys. What's a hotel room for, right? People traveling alone also use this time as an opportunity to try something different in the privacy of a hotel room - like a sex toy. Since it can feel like traveling with something as non-sexy as shampoo can be a challenge, we've looked at some different rules and experiences folks have had with TSA (Transportation Security Administration) and developed the following check list.

- Always remove the batteries from your toy in your check baggage or carry-on. Trust us, you don't want that vibrator going off in the overhead bin. This is also good advice for battery operated toothbrushes!

- Put your rechargeable toy into "travel" mode or tape the switch into the "off" position.

- Place your sex toys in a see through plastic "zip top" bag. Then put the item between layers in your luggage, not near the top. If a TSA agent does go through your luggage, you'll have time to say "my vibrator is in here, too."

- Lube? Lotions? The rules on liquids keep changing. Stay ahead of the game and go with smaller one ounce travel size, certainly less than three. Again, it goes into a see through plastic bag.

- Leave your big toys at home. TSA rules say that "tools" in your carry-on must be under 7 inches in length. Large dildos can be seen as potential bludgeons. Protect your pricey rabbit vibe - leave it at home. There are plenty of powerful and small vibes available here at Adam & Eve!

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Candida Royalle

Candidly Speaking
by Candida Royalle
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It would be impossible for you not to have caught the wave of curiosity about the 50 Shades of Grey trilogy. I imagine some of you may have read it, as have I…at least the first one. I found it to be familiar territory, covered by classics like "The Story of O", and the many books written by Anne Rice, not to mention several movies, the most infamous being "9 ½ Weeks". I myself have explored the deliciousness of surrender in a few of my movies, including my best-selling series, "Eyes of Desire", albeit a far more benign treatment of a fetish that's more commonplace than many realize.

I was, however, stopped dead in my tracks on P.159, where Kate, best friend of Ana, the book's virginal heroine, exclaims, "yea, took almost a year to have my first orgasm through penetrative sex, and here you are…first time?" I couldn't believe it. In one fell swoop, author EL James manages to perpetuate the most oppressive myth still foisted upon women today: that most women should be able to have an orgasm through intercourse alone. EL James clearly never read Shere Hite's ground-breaking book on female sexuality, "The Hite Report" (1977), where she reports the findings of a survey she conducted: that 70% of women do not achieve orgasm through vaginal penetration alone; or the countless books on female sexuality that explain that the female orgasm can not be achieved without some form of engagement with the clitoris, with most women needing direct stimulation. Hence the incredible surge over the last 20 years in sales of vibrators now that we've finally debunked Sigmund Freud's oppressive claim a century ago that the clitoral orgasm was the "immature" orgasm, urging women to grow up and come the acceptable way!

I can't tell you how many letters I still receive from unhappy women asking me how they can achieve orgasm through intercourse only; or men asking me what's wrong with their otherwise perfect wives who just can't seem to climax the right way!

As someone who has worked hard at creating sexy, entertaining films that also provide accurate information that can enhance the viewer's own intimate sex life, I am appalled that EL James has, in one small but incredibly irresponsible sentence, likely re-enforced this most destructive myth about female sexuality; and I'm shocked that I haven't heard more of an uproar from those in the field of sexology.

Go ahead and enjoy the turn-on, but take it as fantasy, not as fact. Do not try and mimic what books like this portray. EL James is a fiction writer, not a sexologist. And continue to be thankful for the unsung clitoris, the center of female orgasm; and happily engage your tiny but powerful clit in whatever way it needs to help it sing you to orgasm.

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 For more information about Candida Royalle, visit

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In honor of Prostate Health Month, we put our research hats on and learned all about this little organ. The prostate is located under the bladder and is used by the body to help produce semen. Often nicknamed the male G-Spot, the prostate is a highly sensitive organ. Even light prostate stimulation can intensify a man's orgasm and substantially increase the amount of semen he ejaculates. Here are a few tips to help keep your prostate in tip-top shape.

Cut back on red meat. Research suggests that eating red meat once a week instead of seven days a week may reduce your chance of getting prostate cancer by up to 250%.

Eat more soy products. Studies are still on-going but early research shows that soy milk, tofu, and similar items may reduce your risks of prostate cancer.

Vitamin D and fresh tomatoes are your friends. Both are helpful ways to reduce your chances of getting prostate cancer.

Building a stronger and healthier prostate is an easy way to intensify your own orgasms. There are a number of men's sex toys that focus on the prostate, including butt plugs and anal vibrators. Men's prostate toys are usually slender and slick- -making them comfortable and non-threatening for anal beginners. Most prostate sex toys are even made from special materials to make them easier to clean and maintain. Just be sure to use lots of lube before trying to insert your new prostate sex toy.

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