An average box of 12 condoms from Walgreens costs between $10 and $11, coming out to a little less than $1 per condom.
Express Yourself! put on its final production of “Spring Awakening” on Saturday night at the Bartell Theater after performing around Wisconsin since the beginning of November.
This week, Indecent Exposure is giving lube the attention it deserves but often doesn’t get.
Anna There are a ton of ways to talk about pleasure and orgasm, but let’s focus on the three main situations these conversations happen in and how to navigate those. First: Brunch talk.
As we crawl toward the end of the semester, the snow is starting to fall and the degrees are dropping; it’s enough to make you want to bundle up in layers of flannel and fleece, turn your bedroom into a blanket cave and never leave. But, sometimes it’s worth it to strip off the layers, adjust the lighting and send the holiday gift that keeps on giving ... Nudes! I reached out to my fellow Badgers to find out about their experiences with taking pictures that are sure to get them on the naughty list. 1.
This week I’m giving due credit to the unsung hero of sex--lube! The concept of lube is pretty simple—put it on something you want to slide in and out of something else, and have at it. But, there are a few caveats that are helpful to know before diving into the wonderful world of lube. This slippery stuff has oodles of benefits that can make sex safer, easier and hella pleasurable. Unfortunately, many people believe lube is only for old ladies or people who aren’t “wet enough” on their own.
Last week I broke down some kinky key terms and how kink works. This week I’m laying out how kinky communication can be (and should be) applied to any kind of sex. To fully understand the term “kink” I recommend giving last week’s article a read, but for a quick review, kink refers to “an exchange of power between people that can be physical, erotic, sexual, psychological, spiritual, or, most often, some combination,” kink includes “BDSM, sadomasochism, kinky sex, dominance and submission, role play, sex games, fantasy, fetish, and other alternative erotic expressions,” (definition borrowed from “The Ultimate Guide to Kink, BDSM, Role Play and the Erotic Edge” by Tristan Taormino.) Vanilla is a term often used by kinky folks to describe sex that isn’t kinky.