Sex + Breakfast = Baconlube
Nov 2011 22

Sex + Breakfast = BaconlubeComments Off on Sex + Breakfast = Baconlube

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In lieu of our recent post on lube, I couldn’t help but want to share J&D’s Baconlube. Now, naturally you may wonder… “does it taste like bacon or is it just made out of grease?” Nope its not made out of grease, instead the company that is the maker of BaconSalt and Baconnaise has come out with a recipe to enjoy bacon while you enjoy your lover!

 

Lesson for today: there really isn’t one…but I guess I would say…if you like bacon you’ll love Baconlube (maybe).

Baconlube: J & D’s Food Offers Porky Sexual Lubricant (Huffington Post)

Be A True Bacon Lover With Baconlube (Jezebel)

If we gotta use lube, then he ain’t doing it right…REALLY?!?!
Nov 2011 18

If we gotta use lube, then he ain’t doing it right…REALLY?!?!Comments Off on If we gotta use lube, then he ain’t doing it right…REALLY?!?!

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A couple of years ago one of my close friends was throwing a birthday party for her boyfriend, and she wanted a piñata full of condoms. I had connections with the local health services, so I got about 100 condoms for the piñata, and because they were from the health services center, they came with lubricant. She was grateful that I was able to get the condoms, but she asked “does it have to come with lube…I mean, if we have to use this…that means he’s not doing something right.” —WRONG.

After many talks with my girlfriends that seems to be the consensus, that lube is something that is not acceptable. But the reality is, women can be completely aroused and be unable to produce their own lubricant (simply put…I can want to have sex and not be wet).

That is where products like K-Y, Liquid Silk or Sliquid (that comes in all kinds of flavors) come in handy. Not everyone produces their own liquid in quantities that allows them to have pleasurable sex for hours on end. For those of us who can…great…for those of us who can’t…buy some! Lol.

Using lubricant says nothing about our sexual ability or inability; if anything it says that we are knowledgeable about safer sex, able to realize when we need a little extra boost, and can effectively communicate those needs to our partners.

Side Note: Just keep in mind when using lube, make sure it is water-based or silicon-based. Oil-based lube is a NO GO especially when using latex condoms. The oil degrades the latex making it easier for condoms to break, tear, or rip. Another reason is because water based lubes are less messy. Water and silicon easily wash out of sheets and clothes and they work well with latex condoms. Oil is also a lot harder to get out of sheets, clothing (or anything for that matter). Vaseline is also a no go because it too is oil based and will degrade the latex condom.

Lesson for Today: Lube is your friend, not your enemy.

The Myth of the Magnum
Oct 2011 22

The Myth of the MagnumComments Off on The Myth of the Magnum

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Its obvious Trojan condoms have a great advertising company. We can all recall the Trojan evolve commercials (with the pigs) and now their new commercials talking about the amazingness of their fire and ice condoms (I don’t know how I feel about a burning cold sensation down in my vagina – but hey…to each it’s own).

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Where are the pictures?
Oct 2011 21

Where are the pictures?Comments Off on Where are the pictures?

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With immediate access to internet at the tip of our fingers, our generation has become more dependent on the internet to diagnose any symptoms that we think we might have. Most of us have taken a health class (although it has been as far back as high school) that gave a brief outline of STIs (sexual transmitted infections) with pictures. And as if it wasn’t awkward enough to talk about STIs I don’t think teachers effectively facilitated a way to discuss safer sex and STI prevention without completely scaring us.

The pictures that were shown are often the worse cases that probably come through the clinic or doctor office. Not to mention, each person reacts differently to infection, so symptoms vary from person to person and most STIs are asymptomatic meaning that even when it is the case that one has contracted an STI there are no symptoms at all. This is what makes the transmission of STIs so easy. It’s not merely that we are not telling our partners, although sometimes that is the case, but more so it’s the simple fact that we don’t even suspect that anything is wrong.

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