Orgasmic meditation puts the spotlight on the clitoris. Practising this type of meditation is supposed to benefit the sex lives of both women and men enormously. We put it to the test.
Myth or reality? Squirting. Can any woman do it? What happens during squirting, does it make sex and orgasm better? We asked an expert: Lola Jean, the “Queen of Squirting”.
Here at O Diaries, this April is all about inclusion. Discussing the sexuality of disabled people is still considered a big taboo. If we speak about it at all, it is merely a whisper. Our author Edith Löhle has interviewed a woman who’s not afraid to openly confront the subject online: activist, spokesperson and author Laura Gehlhaar has been using a wheelchair since she was 22 years old, but her disability doesn’t mean that she denies hersexuality.
Ever since I was a child, I’ve been called a cry-baby. And for the longest time, I thought it was an insult. But I’ve come to appreciate my sensitive side. Now, whenever I feel like crying, I give in to the tears, the self-pity and those irrational emotions, but I no longer feel ashamed.
Anyone who follows the public debate around gender will quickly notice that it is a very complex issue that brings together many different angles: the gender wage gap, the #metoo movement and gender-inclusive language. The problem is a global one – specifically, the inequality of people on the basis of gender. It’s all the more difficult to ask questions around what is right and wrong, as it is such a sensitive topic. Our author believes that the discussion is far from resolved.
Glorifying violence. Homophobic. Sexist. Why out of all the things in the world do I support this anti-social shit? A self-critical attempt at explanation.
It’s a well-known fact: if you’re pregnant, you don’t have to give up sex! The unborn baby is well protected in the amniotic sac, and sexual penetration cannot jeopardize its health. But what about using sex toys? Is there anything important to consider? We find out.