The Life Style is growing and reaching new levels all the time.
Only a few years ago, before the Internet era, swingers were essentially a secret society, meeting each other through dating magazines purchased at adult bookstores.
In particular, Christian sex advice caught my attention because it showcases how evangelicals can hold beliefs that are simultaneously pro- and anti-sex.
In my book “Christians under Covers: Evangelicals and Sexual Pleasure on the Internet,” I conducted a virtual ethnography of online Christian websites – blogs and message boards that discuss sex from a Christian perspective and online stores that sell sex toys and intimacy products.
Stone, a lawyer married 10 years, said she and her husband, like other couples, have struggled at times to gauge each other’s mood for intimacy.
If you lucked out and happened to live near a swingers club, it probably wasn't a very attractive or "upscale" place.
In a recent interview with feminist icon Gloria Steinem at the Emmanuel Centre in London, Emma Watson revealed she's the proud owner of a subscription to a new website that focuses exclusively on female sexual pleasure.
The site is called OMGYES, and it's basically an online tutorial for getting women to orgasm.
A year and a half ago, while playing with her sister’s Tinder app, Stone lamented there wasn’t a similar, fun and flirty app for couples. Called In the Mood, the application allows couples to schedule romantic encounters and flirt with the help of icons, including sexually explicit emojis.
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