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oh teresa Hysterical Literature.This is very very hot. Like very. Women are reading books in a studio whilst a rather skilled fluffer is under their table making them come.(And this is the best bit) whilst they try and read and remain composed.

Check out Stormy and Teresa. Wow.  Btw would you two like to come over to pleasure towers and just  continue to show the world how sexy a bit of clit flitting can be?

But of course our point is. There is lots and lots of good safe sex out there. Reading aloud whilst your friend tickles your fancy. Can’t get safer than that. And even better you might want to indulge in a little fantasy.

We love all that over here in pleasureland. See here for Share your pleasure evenings in Delhi for example. 

And, my two finger tangoists, you can combine it with the ultimate art of self love and safely.

Go yourself

Play with yourself tonight.


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This is our third and final post from Arushi at the World Sexual Health Congress in Glasgow, where she also explored the wonderful world of the orgasm.

Score one for pleasure

Orgasm – the word itself is orgasmic. It begins with making your mouth open into the O of wonder, astonishment and exciting shock and ends with your mouth closed in an mmmm of pleasure, contentment and satisfaction. Right? Hmm, not necessarily actually!

I learnt about the tome which is used by psychologists, psychiatrists, sex and relationship therapists, sexologists and other health professionals to help their diagnoses and treatments. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) has been revised several times, including the time when homosexuality was struck off it as a mental disorder.

According to the DSM, most sexual dysfunctions are defined as either not having an orgasm during sex or having one too quickly. So does that mean that orgasm is or should be the main outcome of sexual intercourse  and  sexual activity? No, says  Dr Meg Barker. Orgasms mean different things to different people and constitute different experiences, from an expression of power to a mechanical release or a display of intimacy.

This is why, she says that sex and relationship therapy aimed at enabling orgasms and being goal focused rather than pleasure focused is forcing norms on people that just don’t fit.

Sexual satisfaction shouldn’t just be about having an orgasm.

Guess who agrees with her? Dr. Beverly Whipple – yup, the one who told us all about the G-spot! She emphasised the need to be pleasure oriented rather than orgasm oriented. An orgasm is not an end in itself and all the other activities, commonly considered to ‘lead up’ to the orgasm, like kissing, holding, touching, are each an end in themselves. Also, the idea really is to experience an orgasm, rather than be under pressure to ‘reach’ or ‘achieve’ an orgasm. In her words, “a person can express their sexuality in many ways, not only through their genitals.”

That’s what we at The Pleasure Project believe as well – there are sooooo many sexy and safe ways of pleasuring yourself or each other that you could spend a month of O’s and mmmm’s just going through our list on sexy tips !

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good. safe. sex. riiThe Pleasure Project is  featured in an Indian national paper – the Indian Express today – in a piece about art and social activism to promote safer sex. We are proud to be featured alongside  a Delhi art show that depicts the joy of female orgasms  and new sexy condom campaigns in India.

In the article the three worlds of advertising, art and public health are seen as coming together to “loosen corset strings” of straight laced Indian morality to bring “discussions of safe sex, pleasure and adventure into the foreground”.

Our sexy posters and postcards are a highlight. In the words of the writer Georgina Maddox.

“The message is unmissable: safe, yet pleasurable sex”

The Sex Talk Dilemma

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