Dating and sex tips
When we got married in November, I never would have dreamed Trump could be an issue.
Whether your relationship is casual, exclusive or headed somewhere serious, it’s good to know that you’re on the same page as your partner before you take things into the bedroom.
But in the human realm, that simple, fundamental motivation is all too easily labeled as ‘sluttiness,’ or some sort of deep desperation wrought by singledom.” There’s Nothing Sexy About Emoji Sexting by Gabriella Paiella “The whole sexting process is pretty straightforward: You say your thing, they say their thing, maybe you exchange some photos, everyone has a nice time and hopefully an orgasm or two.” How to Sound Sexy, According to the Women Who Narrate Audiobook Erotica by Grace Bello “If you’re going to talk dirty with your partner, try to figure out ahead of time what each of you wants to hear in bed; make sure that you’re both comfortable with the fantasy that will unfold.” Everything You Need to Know About Ghost Sex by Jessica Roy “For as long as humans have been conscious of a spiritual realm, humans have dreamed, fantasized, and (some claim) experienced doing it with ghosts.” Warning: A Column on Butt Play by Maureen O’Connor “Even as anal play becomes a common extension of genital play, nobody seems comfortable discussing it publicly — even though we seem to love talking about every other taboo we bust just as soon as we bust it.” Can I Sleep With My BFF’s Ex?
by The Cut “Two pairs of female BFFs discuss their overlapping love lives; what to do when you catch someone else’s partner cheating; and how to stay friends with a friend who falls in love with your ex (or a friend who’s just banging your ex).” Sneaking In (or Out) a Relationship’s Backdoor by Maureen O’Connor “Dating technology did not invent the backdoor DTR.
A wise person once said, “the best advice is your own” — but that person had probably never read Ask Polly. Desperate to stop fighting with your partner about money? Here’s some of our best relationship advice for whatever shape your love life is taking.
At the Cut, we’ve spent years covering sex, love, and dating — answering your questions and addressing key issues along the way. What Romance Really Means After 10 Years of Marriage by Heather Havrilesky “After a decade of marriage, if things go well, you don’t need any more proof.