We’ve got a bit more news than usual this week since Sara’s on vacation, plus lots of other interesting things to read and watch. Read More This Week in Lady Reads (and News)
One of the joys of writing a sex column is the amount of questions we get. Without continued questions, there is no column and no way to talk about experiences or problems we may or may not have experienced. In many ways, it’s a little bit like group therapy, and even though I’m on one end of the question and answer dynamic, I feel as if we are all on that big couch, figuring it out together. Read More Sex On The Micro Side: Your Questions, Redux
For those of you prone to overanalyzing relationships, I’ve put together a couple of quick tips for not over-thinking romantic entanglements. I hope you can benefit from this personal roadmap on how to avoid this serious dating blunder. Read More Buster Blonde’s Tried and True Dating Advice
We’re busily reading in preparation for an upcoming book review post as well as doing some research to answer a few questions submitted by some lovely Persephoneers, so we’re reaching back into our archives to find another one of our favorite “we take one for the team and see what happens when we follow magazine sex advice” posts. Read More From the Archives: A Carnival of Colors In My Pants
We’ll be back to answer all your burning questions next week, but this week we take a look back at one of your favorite “we try it so you don’t have to” posts: taking Cosmo’s advice on incorporating candy into your sex. Read More From the Archives: Projectile Candy Beads and Flaccid Taffy
Certain Cosmo sex tips have gained a level of infamy among people who enjoy poking fun at Cosmo sex tips. This week, we go there, where neither of us had gone before. That’s right, try to contain your excitement and horror: scrunchies. Read More A Carnival of Colors In My Pants
We asked for bad sex advice, and you sent us some! Cosmo got one thing right – we had never used the treats they suggested in “Very Naughty Things to Do With Candy” during sex. That’s pretty much all they got right… Read More Projectile Candy Beads and Flaccid Taffy
Longtime Persephone Magazine readers may remember one of our early columns, in which we followed some crappy sex advice from Cosmopolitan and Men’s Health and then wrote about what happened… Read More Send Us The Worst Magazine Sex Tips You’ve Ever Seen!