Category Archives: Orgasm
QUEENSBURY — An employee of the Wal-Mart store on Quaker Ridge Road was arrested early Wednesday for allegedly engaging in prostitution in a store bathroom, according to State Police.
Foster M. Bills, 22, of Stony Creek engaged in sex acts with other men for money in the bathroom of the store while working the overnight shift, officials said.
Bills allegedly solicited meetings with would-be clients on the Craigslist online marketplace website, and arranged to meet them during his breaks.
State Police said store officials became suspicious of his activity and notified State Police, and an undercover officer arranged for a meeting with him at the store and arrested him when Bills agreed to perform a sex act for money, officials said.
Bills was charged with prostitution, a misdemeanor, and was released pending prosecution in Queensbury Town Court on Monday.
Kayla Whaling, a spokeswoman for Wal-Mart, said Bills has been suspended pending an investigation by the company. She said Wal-Mart has been cooperating with State Police and providing information throughout the investigation.
“We’re appalled that something like this could be happening in one of our stores,” she said.
MUSKEGON, MI – A Muskegon County judge went above state sentencing guidelines to order Kurtis Peter Peterson to state prison for between one and 15 years for repeatedly having sex with dogs.
State guidelines would have meant a sentence to the Muskegon County Jail plus probation, with the jail sentence certain to end almost immediately because Peterson has already spent 321 days in jail.
A sentence to the Michigan Department of Corrections – even though Peterson will be eligible for his first parole consideration soon – makes it likelier he’ll be kept in a controlled setting, which 14th Circuit Judge Timothy G. Hicks considers essential.
“Community supervision would be a struggle at this time,” Hicks said. He said presentence investigators believe Peterson carries a high risk of reoffending if left unsupervised. “I fear for what he might do in the community,” the judge said.
Hicks said Peterson has “pretty low cognitive ability” and Peterson’s public defender, Belinda Barbier, said her client has serious mental health issues that need to be addressed with long-term counseling that he has not been receiving.
Throughout the sentencing, Peterson swayed continuously, shifting his weight from foot to foot as he did at his plea last month. He said little in court, just answering the judge’s questions.
Hicks cited two reasons for exceeding state guidelines. One is that those guidelines don’t take into account having an animal as the victim of a sex crime, keeping the guidelines lower than they would otherwise be. Another, Hicks said, is that Peterson has not adjusted well to life in jail.
“There have been many complaints of unwanted and inappropriate touching,” the judge said, leading to his conclusion that Peterson poses a high risk of reoffending.
Despite his mental health issues, experts at the Michigan Center for Forensic Psychiatry earlier evaluated Peterson and determined he was legally sane at the time of the incidents and was competent to stand trial, according to attorneys for both sides.
The first reported incident happened in April 2012 at Peterson’s apartment in the 200 block of Amity Avenue. A witness testified at Peterson’s preliminary hearing that she and a friend saw him kneeling naked behind his blue heeler on his bed, having sex with the dog. She said she called 911, but no arrest was made at that time.
The witness said later, in early June, she walked in on a naked Peterson seemingly having sex with a white pit bull on the floor of his living room. Again she called police and his arrest followed within days.
According to the court record, Peterson has prior convictions of attempted fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct in 1996 in Allegan County and, in 2010, carrying a concealed weapon and false report of a felony in Muskegon County.
So obviously this was going to happen eventually, but that doesn’t mean we’re ready for it. Durex just announced what it’s calling “Fundawear“, which ostensibly stands for “fun underwear” but which Durex believes will eventually come to mean “article of clothing that is fun like once ever and until you realize what horror you’ve wreaked in your pants and never want to talk about it again.”
The undergarments are loaded with touch technology, and are controlled by a smartphone app—an iPhone in the demo videos—that knows what gender your partner is. The app has diagrams of your partner’s crotch, which you drag your finger across to stimulate their actual crotch from wherever you are in the world. Or the bra, since that apparently vibrates too. Newjack remote controlled vibrator gag that no one does in real life because sex things from movies are almost never practical in real life.
Using math and logic, then, these are for masturbation. Public, shameless masturbation. Sitting on the train looking at your phone? Masturbating. Standing in line for Cold Stone on a sweaty summer day? Masturbating. In class; at work; at weddings; you never have to stop masturbating for the rest of your life.
A newlywed bride, who waited until she was married to have sex with her husband, has opened up about the shock discovery that she is allergic to his sperm.
Clara, 35, has seminal plasma hypersensitivity, an allergic reaction to the proteins in her husband Jeff’s semen – and even using a condom won’t help the North Carolina couple.
‘I had this bizarre reaction,’ Clara told ABC, who for privacy reasons did not want to use her real name. ‘I had burning and swelling and redness, which was very unusual. I thought I had contracted an STD.’
Intimacy killer: A woman with seminal plasma hypersensitivity has opened up about how is allergic to her husband’s sperm - which affects up to 40,000 women in the U.S.
After several visits to the gynecologist and and hours of research online, the couple finally got some answers, but it threatened to destroy their sex life after they had no choice but to avoid intimacy.
Jeff explained: ‘It was a real problem, because everything else was great. We were madly in love, but it was a real game-changer for a while.
‘It pretty much dramatically reduced our libido. We really haven’t had much sex at all for the last 10 months. The intimacy level drops dramatically — all of a sudden instead of living with your new wife or husband, you are more like roommates.’
Cara, who was also experiencing yeast infections from her hypersensitivity, agreed: ‘In a normal romantic relationship, you want to feel attractive to your partner and want to do things that make you feel sexy.
‘All of a sudden instead of living with your new wife or husband, you are more like roommates’
‘I feel like we actually started to define ourselves — minimizing things to avoid sex. I started thinking I wouldn’t wear sexy underwear. What seemed like medical problems had bigger effects.’
Up to 40,000 women in the U.S. suffer from seminal plasma hypersensitivity, which does not affect fertility, according to Dr. Jonathan Bernstein, a professor at the University of Cincinnati, who specializes in allergies and immunology.
Women can experience a breakout of hives, abdominal swelling or a reaction that they describe as ‘like a needle sticking in to their vagina,’ according to Dr Bernstein.
Cara, who said the allergic reaction had never happened before in previous relationships, explained: ‘The swelling was worst immediately after sex. It would take 24 hours to subside and my skin would be irritated as if you’d put a chemical on it that caused it to burn.
‘It was almost raw and took a while to heal.’
Dr. Andrew Goldstein, director of the Centers for Vulvovaginal Disorders in Washington, D.C. and New York City, said the condition is so uncommon, he has only treated ‘about a dozen’ cases in the last ten years.
WHAT IS SEMINAL PLASMA HYPERSENSITIVITY?
Seminal plasma hypersensitivity causes an allergic reaction to the proteins carrying the sperm, not the sperm itself
Between 20,000 to 40,000 women in the U.S. may experience the allergy
Symptoms include swelling of the vagina, itching, burning and painful blistering of the vagina and surrounding area
The allergic reaction can last anywhere from 20 minutes to more than a day
A typical patient is a woman having intercourse for the first time with a partner
It can also develop after having sex with the same partner for a long time
It can occur after a period of abstinence, such as when a couple resumes having sex following pregnancy and childbirth
Seminal plasma hypersensitivity is often mistaken for other vaginal conditions, such as a yeast infection or herpes
Often, women don’t get an accurate diagnosis because the condition can be confused with yeast and vaginal infections.
But once a diagnosis is made, treating semen allergies is relatively painless.
A doctor will isolate the proteins in the man and carry out skin testing on the woman to determine which proteins are to blame. Then, the woman is desensitized to the allergen.
Just two weeks ago, Clara underwent this intravaginal ‘graded challenge’ using dilutions of her husband’s seminal fluid which were injected every 15-20 minutes over the course of two to three hours.
The couple had to have sex within 12 hours to test Cara’s desensitization. Her symptoms ‘resolved substantially,’ according to Dr Bernstein, who had treated the couple.
Cara said: ‘There was a small amount of swelling, but compared to previous times, it was much less.’
The couple were asked to have sex every few days ‘to see how it went,’ explained Cara, adding that each time went well.
‘Now I am interested in having sex again,’ she said.
Jeff said his wife’s treatment has been ‘a very hopeful experience’.
He explained: ‘On a number of levels, it’s been restorative. A whole side of our relationship really suffered. Now it’s a whole new world.’
Sex toy to unite partners across cyberspace …. Finally, gadgets that simulate lovers “actions” in real time
Later this month, sex toy company Lovepalz is releasing a device that it boasts enables couples to have sex with each other over the Internet. The gadget comes in two parts, classily named Hera for her and Zeus for him. Both function like, well, sex toys until the Wi-Fi revs up and bestows a rather gratuitous effect. The Daily Dot describes it in blessedly technical language:
The movements and reactions of one partner are registered by sensors in the device and sent to its corresponding unit. The makers say the mechanics of the devices and the real-time internet connection will provide as realistic an experience as couples can get without actually being together (through the magic of silicon and an contracting airbag).
“It can simulate your actions and cause physical contact over internet in real time,” the company’s blog reads. “Through our service, you and your lover each hold one device and as long as you remain connected to the internet, the device automatically senses your actions and conveys them to your partner’s toy!”
College chapel hosts tutorial advising students how best to touch themselves and their sexual partners
Ford Memorial Chapel, built and dedicated in 1902, is where Catholic mass and non-denominational services are conducted every week at Allegheny College, a private liberal arts college in northwestern Pennsylvania.
On Wednesday evening it played host to the ‘educational seminar,’ dubbed ‘I Heart the Female Orgasm’, which featured professional sex educators Marshall Miller and Kate Weinberg.
They spoke to students about a variety of masturbation techniques during the evening.
‘Sometimes it can be difficult finding your G spot by yourself, because it involves inserting a finger or fingers inside the vagina into the front wall of the body, and that kind of results in an awkward, kind of clawlike hand position,’ Weinberg told a giggling audience as he demonstrating with a pawing motion.
‘Obviously, there are better ways you can position your body. Or if you’ve got a partner, you can get your partner to insert their finger or fingers inside your vagina in the front wall of your body in a sort of a J curve.’
Miller also weighed in, reports The College Fix, noting ‘some (women) find that if they change the angle or position, they can find some way of rubbing against their partner’s body, against the base of his penis or pubic bone, and with rubbing to have enough stimulation to orgasm in intercourse.’
The sex educators also told students masturbation isn’t a sin and that genitals come in all different shapes and sizes. They also played the famous fake orgasm scene from ‘When Harry Met Sally’ and displayed different diagrams depicting women’s genitals.
The decision to host such an event in the chapel has been defended by the college’s chaplain.
‘I don’t have a problem with it being held in the chapel,’ Chaplain Jane Ellen Nickel told The College Fix. ‘The program advocates responsible, respectful decision-making regarding sexual behavior, and includes the option waiting for marriage, a message that resonates with many students of faith.
Program coordinator Marshall Miller also advised students to buy his book which was on sale at the event
‘While the name may have some shock value, the event itself is consistent with our policy of opening the building to campus groups.’
The event was hosted by Allegheny’s student government and Allegheny College’s Reproductive Health Coalition, along with Young Feminists and Queers and Allies. It was funded by student activities fees.
After the seminar had finished student groups sold buttons, t-shirts and hats bearing the program’s name. Also on sale inside the chapel was a book entitled ‘I Heart Female Orgasm: An Extraordinary Orgasm Guide,’ co-written by program coordinators Marshall Miller.
Last weekend, 27-year-old Nicholas Gonzales got drunk in Louisville, Kentucky. Then, as drunk people tend to do, he made a stupid decision and allegedly broke into a nearby firehouse, smashing one of the building’s windows. When firefighters went to investigate the sound of broken glass, they found Gonzales in the midst of an act that they probably weren’t expecting: he was reportedly masturbating onto their gear, which he’d removed from their lockers.
The firefighters detained Gonzales, which I’m sure was an interesting ordeal, until police arrived and arrested him. But why was Gonzales allegedly masturbating onto the firefighter’s gear, according to the police report?
“Because I wanted to.”
Fair enough. Gonzales was charged with burglary, public intoxication and criminal mischief.
UPDATE: A reader tipped us to the Twitter, Amazon (very NSFW) Tumblr accounts of gay porn star Donny Wright. The reader noted a resemblance between the two, and the name on the Amazon account is Nicholas Gonzalez. And, according to his Twitter account, Donny Wright aka Nicholas Gonzalez was in Kentucky last week.
Not saying the alleged firehouse masturbator was definitely Donny Wright, but this is certainly an interesting twist on the story.
Men who are circumcised are in for some bad news – it puts them at a disadvantage in the bedroom, according to experts.
A study found those who’ve had their foreskin removed as children or adults experience less intense sexual pleasure and orgasm than their peers.
‘We’re not saying less sexual activity or satisfaction, but sensitivity,’ senior author Dr Piet Hoebeke, from Ghent University Hospital, said.
The practice is common in the U.S, with three-quarters of men having the procedure for non-religious reasons. However, it is rare in the UK, with a rate of just six per cent, according to World Health Organisation figures.
Some religions, such as Judaism and Islam, consider circumcision part of religious practice.
British doctors say that although it can reduce the risk of some types of infection the risks associated with routine circumcision outweigh any potential benefits.
The latest study surveyed 1,369 men over the age of 18, who responded to leaflets handed out in train stations across Belgium.
The men were asked whether they were circumcised, and were then asked to rate how sensitive their penis was, how intense their orgasms were and whether they experience any pain or numbness when they are aroused.
Overall, 310 men who took the survey were circumcised, and 1,059 were not. Each rated how sensitive their penis was on a scale from 0 to five, with higher numbers being the most sensitive.
For example, uncircumcised men reported an average sensitivity score of 3.72 when they or their partner stroked the head of their manhood compared to 3.31 amongst circumcised men.
‘It’s a significant difference,’ Hoebeke said.
Uncircumcised men also reported more intense orgasms.
Male circumcision prevalence in 2007: Yellow is lower than 20%, orange is 20-80% and red is higher than 80%
One possible explanation for any potential difference in sensitivity is that a man’s foreskin may protect his penis’s head from rubbing against underwear and clothing. It’s possible, the researchers write, that friction makes the head of the penis thicker, drier and ultimately less sensitive.
The researchers also found circumcised men were more likely to report more pain and numbness during arousal than uncircumcised men, which Dr Hoebeke said is likely due to scar tissue.
‘I’m amazed that people report pain during sexual pleasure… that was unexpected,’ he told Reuters Health.
However, Dr Aaron Tobin from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, who was not involved in the study, said: ‘The medical evidence and the benefits of male circumcision are abundantly clear.’
The American Academy of Pediatrics says the benefits of male circumcision outweigh the risks, but stops short of recommending universal circumcision.
Man ‘had affair with an IRS worker after she offered him sex in exchange for a break on his tax audit’
A female Internal Revenue Service employee allegedly coerced a taxpayer into having sex with her in order to keep him out of hot water with his taxes.
Vincent Burroughs, 40, of Fall Creek, Oregon, said Dora Abrahamson, 38, used her position with the IRS to sexually harass and intimidate him, according to a recently filed lawsuit.
Burroughs says he initially resisted Abrahamson’s attempt to solicit him for sex until she told him that she could either impose no tax penalty or a 40 per cent penalty.
Seduction: A female Internal Revenue Service employee allegedly coerced a taxpayer into having sex with her in order to keep him out of hot water with his taxes
Burroughs says the two had sex at his home in September 2011 and that the affair caused a rift in another relationship he was in.
The IRS agent phoned the unsuspecting taxpayer to notify him that he was being audited, according to the lawsuit.
Abrahamson allegedly told Burroughs ‘she knew who he was, and that it was lucky for him that this was the case, and that they should meet.’ Burroughs said he had no recollection of her.
Abrahamson then went on to flirt with Burroughs over the phone and through text messages, offering him massages and at one point sending him a photo of her in her underwear, the lawsuit states.
Offer he couldn’t refuse: Vincent Burroughs says he initially resisted Dora Abrahamson¿s attempt to solicit him for sex until she told him that she could either impose no tax penalty or a 40 per cent penalty
Though Burroughs said that he did not respond to Abrahamson’s initial advances, he reportedly gave in to her demands after a ‘provocatively attired’ Abrahamson showed up at his home and propositioned him yet again.
‘She told (Burroughs) that she could be a bitch, or that she could be nice,’ the lawsuit states, ‘She said that she could impose no penalty, or a 40 percent penalty, and that if he would give her what she wanted, she would give him what he needed’
Burroughs had sex with the IRS agent that day ‘as a result of (her) coercive conduct,’ according to the lawsuit, which names Abrahamson and the United States of America as defendants.
IRS spokesman Richard Panick told The Register-Guard that agency officials could not respond to questions regarding Burroughs’s allegations or Abrahamson’s employment history.
Abrahamson declined to comment on the lawsuit when the newspaper contacted her by phone on Thursday.
The former Eugene, Oregon, resident now lives in Cottage Grove, according to court records. Abrahamson is not believed to still be employed by the IRS, according to the Register-Guard.
Burroughs is asking a jury to award him unspecified punitive damages.
He said that Abrahamson’s conduct caused him distress and ‘a rift in his relationship with his significant other.’
According to the lawsuit, Abrahamson’s advances violated Burroughs’s constitutional right to privacy and ‘were an excessive intrusion onto his person.’
The lawsuit states that the federal government is liable for damages because IRS officials provided inadequate supervision to Abrahamson allowing her to pursue a sexual relationship with Burroughs against his wishes.
Burroughs said he did not initially report Abraham¬son’s sexual advances ‘out of embarrassment and fear that she would cause substantial financial penalties to be imposed upon him,’ the lawsuit states.
Asexual, 29, who said she’d never have sex again is looking for a man… but admits a celibate relationship is a ‘tall order’
People hoping to start a new relationship can generally expect a prospective partner will come with baggage of some kind.
But Lisa Smith comes with one of the tallest orders of all – no sex. Ever.
Speaking with Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes on the ITV This Morning sofa today, Lisa confessed she ‘hopes to find a man who is wiling to embrace her asexuality’.
While she is willing to extend intimacy to levels of cuddling, she finds the act of sex itself completely repellent.
Lisa’s first sexual experience was with ‘someone I trusted who was wonderful, but I saw it as a chore’
Sitting with ITV psychologist Emma Kelly, Lisa said: ‘I don’t think anything’s ever set completely in stone, but this is how I feel now.’
Her teenage years at school were difficult, especially in sex education.
‘It didn’t seem like something I would ever do. I was embarrassed because everyone was giggling – especially girls.
‘I saw it as a coming of age thing - something I wanted to get it out the way.’
Speaking about her first sexual experience Lisa said: ‘I was in a relationship with someone I trusted who was wonderful, but I saw it as a chore and I didn’t want to do it.
After trying everything in the bedroom to rid her of her disgust for the act she still felt repulsed
‘It was a case of “I want to be with him, and I have to do this in order to be with him”.’
‘All my partners were patient men willing to do anything to make me happy. They didn’t pressure into anything.’
But, she says, even after trying everything in the bedroom to rid her of her disgust for the act she still felt repulsed and found sex didn’t ‘do anything’ for her.
Emma Kelly said asexuality affects one per cent of the population in the UK – so it’s a lot more common than people might think.
Lisa said she gets frustrated when people say maybe she ‘hasn’t met the right man’, she’s ‘not doing it right’, or that maybe she just ‘likes women but hasn’t realised it yet’.’
Lisa wants to settle down but thinks being ‘an asexual vegan who doesn’t want kids’ will hold her back
‘I’d love to be in a loving relationship and settle down,’ she said.
‘But the extent of intimacy would be cuddling.’
When asked about her hopes for the future and finding a man to settle down with, Lisa’s reply reveals her fears. ‘I’m an asexual vegan who doesn’t want kids – I’m thinking crazy cat lady.’
‘I want to get married and have a house – but no sex.’
She then admitted it was a ‘tall order’.
Psychologist Emma jumped in and said ‘people underestimate men’ and this is ‘an opportunity’.
While it’s a ‘tall order’, psychologist Emma said people underestimate men and this is ‘an opportunity’
Lisa said that if she met the man of her dreams and he wanted sex, she would say no.
‘I would have to tell them from the beginning. I’d feel like I was compromising myself and I would detest them for making me do something I don’t want to do.’
Since her article for the Mail, Lisa said she’s had really positive response from AVEN [the Asexual Visibility and Education Network].
‘A lot of them don’t feel they can come forward and say it,’ she said.
But, unfortunately, she said she has also had some ‘horrible’ comments, like: ‘You can’t get a man and this is how you cover it up’.
She finished on a final hopeful note that ‘there are people who physically can’t have sex and still have relationships’, and that ‘it’s harder of men to admit to it as “being up for it” is expected of them 24/7′.
What does it mean to be asexual?
An asexual is someone who does not experience sexual attraction.
Unlike celibacy, which people choose, asexuality is an intrinsic part of who we are.
Asexuality does not make our lives any worse or any better, we just face a different set of challenges than most sexual people.
There is considerable diversity among the asexual community; each asexual person experiences things like relationships, attraction, and arousal somewhat differently.
Asexuality is just beginning to be the subject of scientific research.
The full video will be available on the ITV website.