I recently had the pleasure of attending what will surely be one of the best experiences of my life – a workshop entitled ‘Blow His Mind: Sex Tips from a Professional Sex Worker’ run by the Scarlet Alliance.
There was the ever-so-entertaining Juliet November and 30 or so women each wielding a zucchini. Not only did we suck, bite, lick and wank those zucchinis - we also learnt how to put a condom on with our teeth (and why you shouldn’t chose the biggest zucchini).
As if Camilla’s lessons weren’t good enough already – that woman is a genius – many of the participants (whose identities must remain anonymous) also contributed what worked especially well for them. The result was a list of very do-able techniques with hands and mouth plus what to do with all the other bits we often tend to ignore.
But wait. There’s more!
I also sum up the best of my gay friend, David’s techniques. That man has fucked thousands of men. (Believe me – he knows.)
Plus there’s a couple of my own in there somewhere…
The imparting of sexual knowledge is a wonderful thing to do – too long the monopoly of social censorship has taxed the gift of pleasure. Share these tips tonight – it might be the most empowering thing you ever did.
Holly Hill lives by her motto “People have as much right to have sex as they have a right not to have sex”. Her phrase ‘negotiated infidelity’ became a household term after guest appearances on the Larry King Show, 60 Minutes and Dr Phil, but she recently retracted the notion, saying it emasculated men and made women feel insecure. After testing the notion for four years and interviewing hundreds of couples, Holly said any arranged infidelity must be the "exception and not the expectation" and reversed the notion, calling it “negotiated fidelity” instead. It’s all about defining a couple's own unique sexual boundaries for their ongoing relationship and is part of the notion of having unconditional love. Holly’s books Sugarbabe and Toyboy received massive media exposure and she is about to publish the third in the series, The Velvet Pouch.
Copyright 2009 Holly Hill
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