Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Why masturbation helps procreation


Why Masturbation Helps Procreation - Newsweek

Posted: 12 Oct 2010 07:34 PM PDT

There are good evolutionary reasons for male masturbation. Females do it just because it feels good!

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Top amateur pegging videos

Peg Me Harder: Top Ten Amateur Girl-on-Guy Strap-on Sex Videos

Tip of the dildo to Svetlana at Sex Secrets

Which came first: the anal sex or the orgasms?

Friday, October 8, 2010

New Ryder loves women

News flash: New Ryder loves women -- big, strong women like Lisa Lyon, and if they'll peg his ass, so much the better!

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Work on your techniques, people!

You may have heard about a big new study on Americans' sex lives called the National Survey of Sexual Health and Behavior.

Some of the news reports sniggered over the discrepancy between the percentage men who think their last partner had an orgasam (85%) and the percentage of women who actually did (64%).

What I found much more interesting, however, was this nugget: the survey listed five "techniques" one might use:

  • penile-vaginal intercourse

  • solo masturbation

  • partnered masturbation

  • oral sex

  • anal sex

Not surprisingly:

Women reported they were much more likely to have an orgasm if their partners used more than one technique; 54 percent of women reported having an orgasm the last time they had sex when they engaged only in one act, but 89 percent of women who performed five sex acts during their last encounter had an orgasm.

Men get off from almost anything, of course (ha!). You can still use multiple techniques on your guy. As readers of this blog know, even anal sex can be practiced by a woman on a man.

Monday, October 4, 2010

Don't judge a video by its title

First of all, I'm not sure why this video is called "Interracial Bisex." It features a blonde woman, a blonde man, and a brunette man -- all of whom look white to me.

After a snippet of the Woman and Blonde Guy sucking the Brunette Guy, there's an extended sequence of the Woman sucking both guys. At one point, she even rubs their penises together. (I'll have more to say about such rubbing soon.) The Woman and Brunette Guy go on to suck the Blonde Guy.

After another switch, the Woman rides Brunette Guy reverse cowgirl style. As he reaches around to stroke her, he also leans over to suck Blonde Guy. Occasionally, the Woman assists with the sucking duties. Blonde Guy also sometimes strokes her pussy. Blonde Guy gets even closer to the action when he licks her pussy, pulls out Brunette Guy's cock and sucks it, replaces the cock in the pussy, rinse, lather, repeat.

Blonde Guy gets on top of Brunette Guy and rides him reverse cowboy style, as the Woman sucks his cock. (A couple times, Brunette Guy's cock comes out and the Woman sucks him, too. I'm hoping this is a camera trick, and there was a condom or some soap and hot water used at some point.)

The guys help the Woman out of what remains of her clothes. Blonde Guy screws her, sometimes sucking Brunette Guy as well. The Woman sometimes holds his organ, sometimes sucking it herself.

Brunette Guy goes around to poke Blonde Guy as he's doing the same to the Woman. Brunette Guys goes back around the front for more sucking.

Soon, both guys are coming on the Woman's body, with generous servings ending up in the other guy's mouth.

I love how both guys seem to enjoy having sex with the woman. It isn't a gay scene with a woman added as an afterthought.

Another odd thing about this video -- besides the title -- is the lack of sound. I would have liked to have heard evidence of the performers' pleasure.

Anybody know who these performers are or what movie it might be from? I'd really like to see the whole scene with sound.

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Things to do this month

New Ryder has things to do in Cocktober. I highly support them all, but especially the fourth one.

Saturday, October 2, 2010

Attention, LGBT teens: It gets better!

It's usually fun and games here at Vickie P.'s blog, but I need to get serious about something today.

If you read this blog regularly, you're probably interested in men engaging in gay and bisexual acts. (Let me just say right now that any videos of said acts that I have linked to or written about depict consenting adults who freely agreed to having their activities filmed and made public, to the best of my knowledge.) I hope that you sometimes think about the lives of these men and that you want them to be healthy and happy, not just bodies who sport in the bedroom for our enjoyment.

As you probably know, there have been several incidents recently in which gay teens (and teens whose peers assumed they were gay) have been harassed to the point of suicide. Sex advice columnist Dan Savage has an idea: let these kids know it gets better.

As he wrote last week:

I had the same reaction: I wish I could have talked to this kid for five minutes. I wish I could have told Billy that it gets better. I wish I could have told him that, however bad things were, however isolated and alone he was, it gets better.

But gay adults aren't allowed to talk to these kids. Schools and churches don't bring us in to talk to teenagers who are being bullied. Many of these kids have homophobic parents who believe that they can prevent their gay children from growing up to be gay—or from ever coming out—by depriving them of information, resources, and positive role models.

Why are we waiting for permission to talk to these kids? We have the ability to talk directly to them right now. We don't have to wait for permission to let them know that it gets better. We can reach these kids.

So here's what you can do, GBVWS: Make a video. Tell them it gets better.

I've launched a channel on YouTube — — to host these videos. My normally camera-shy husband and I already posted one. We both went to Christian schools and we were both bullied—he had it a lot worse than I did—and we are living proof that it gets better. We don't dwell too much on the past. Instead, we talk mostly about all the meaningful things in our lives now—our families, our friends (gay and straight), the places we've gone and things we've experienced—that we would've missed out on if we'd killed ourselves then.

"You gotta give 'em hope," Harvey Milk said.

Today we have the power to give these kids hope. We have the tools to reach out to them and tell our stories and let them know that it does get better. Online support groups are great, GLSEN does amazing work, the Trevor Project is invaluable. But many LGBT youth can't picture what their lives might be like as openly gay adults. They can't imagine a future for themselves. So let's show them what our lives are like, let's show them what the future may hold in store for them.

The video my husband and I made is up now—all by itself. I'd like to add submissions from other gay and lesbian adults—singles and couples, with kids or without, established in careers or just starting out, urban and rural, of all races and religious backgrounds. (Go to to find instructions for submitting your video.) If you're gay or lesbian or bi or trans and you've ever read about a kid like Billy Lucas and thought, "Fuck, I wish I could've told him that it gets better," this is your chance. We can't help Billy, but there are lots of other Billys out there—other despairing LGBT kids who are being bullied and harassed, kids who don't think they have a future—and we can help them.

They need to know that it gets better. Submit a video. Give them hope.

Dan wrote more this week:

And here's a thought for people who are thinking about making videos for the It Gets Better Project: Many of the early submitted videos focused on something many gay adults have in common with gay kids—our experiences with being bullied. The pain we endured as kids should be touched on. But it would be great to see more videos that give gay young people a picture of the lives they could make for themselves if they just hang in there. LGBT kids who don't know any LGBT adults need to see—with their own eyes—that gay adults lead happy and rewarding lives. So if you decide to make a video—and I hope that you do—don't just share your pain. Share your joy. Give 'em hope. Save a life.

If you're a lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT) teen, watch some of these videos.

If you're an LGBT adult who is now comfortable with your identity -- in short, if it got better for you -- consider making a video yourself.

If you're a straight adult with an LGBT teen who looks up to you and trusts you -- in your family, your school, your religious or scouting organization -- talk to them about any bullying they've experienced and do what you can to stop it, then point them to these videos.

Thanks for reading.