I think we can all agree that sex advice is the worst. Stuff like:
“As you’re eating dinner together, say something X-rated like, ‘See how I’m devouring this piece of meat? That’s how I’m going to devour you.”
“Dip your breasts in edible body paint, and use them to ‘sponge paint’ his entire body. Then lick it off.”
They both sound a) exhausting and b) very stupid. I have a theory that all magazine-style sex advice is just a conspiracy to make women embarrass themselves and ruin their relationships. There is definitely a board room somewhere full of people laughing “HAhaHA oh let’s suggest they feed each other ice cream in the dark because there is nothing grosser than two naked people covered in melted ice cream HA.” This way women stay single and confused, thus seeking out more absurd sex advice…Genius.
So no more sprinkling goddamn pepper under his/her nose before they climax. Nicole Prause, a principal investigator at the Sexual Psychophysiology and Affective Neuroscience Lab at the University of California, has all the advice we’ll ever need.
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Prause told Science of Us, “There’s no such thing as someone who is ‘good at sex’. It completely depends on your partner. For example, if you’re someone who loves to be pooped on, I’m never going to be a good partner for you. That’s just not in my repertoire.”