Why do some women call out “Daddy” during sex?

Is screaming “Daddy” during sex as weird as it sounds? According to The Sun Sex experts say that calling your partner Daddy in the bedroom is really just a sign of a loving and healthy relationship, but yelling the word is still sexual taboo.

Sex therapist Jacqueline Hellyer told the magazine that using the nickname is just another form of role play sex, “You often find that women who like to be submissive in relationships, like the kind of women who’d call their partner ‘daddy’ in bed, are actually pretty high-powered in their day-to-day lives. Engaging in this role play is their way of letting go and giving in to vulnerability.”

Jacqueline added that fathers are caring, supportive and assertive, and by calling your partner “daddy” while lovemaking is about embracing those qualities in a relationship.

This role playing sexual scenario actually makes some women feel safe, loved and secure.

Rachel McAdams Plays Lesbian Sex with Rachel Weisz

  1. Rachel McAdams Lesbian Play Sex Scene with Rachel Weisz Had an Energy She Never Felt With Male Actors  

    Rachel McAdams’ favorite sex scene wasn’t in The Notebook, the gorgeous actress recently admitted to Entertainment Weekly that she had the best play sex ever with female actress Rachel Weisz on the set of her new movie ‘Disobedience’.

    Playing lesbian lovers forced to hide their relationship from their Orthodox Jewish community, the 39 year young Rachel McAdams said the filming of the movie’s sex scene, “felt so integral to the plot and moving the story forward. The characters need this release to open up… There was energy to that scene that I haven’t experienced in any other sex scenes [with men] in my career.”

    So is Rachel McAdams a lesbian? “We both felt safe and free”, McAdams said, “All those things that you love about being a woman… so I understand the attraction and appeal to that in a sexual context.”

    Racehl Weisz, also a producer of the film, said the play sex scene, “is a massively important and beautiful scene,” and added a little detail, saying “He [director Sebastián Lelio] made it clear everything he wanted: the wetness, me spitting in Rachel’s mouth, and a focus on Esti’s (Rachel McAdams’ character) orgasm”.

    Weisz’ character has an orgasm in the movie too, but she said she had to agree as a producer that even though it was a very good orgasm, it wasn’t as good for the story as Rachel McAdams’ orgasm.

    See the official trailer for Disobedience here, which includes a glimpse of the steamy lesbian kiss Rachel McAdams and Rachel Weisz shared.

    “In that moment, Esti’s orgasm is both a sexual release and a metaphorical release to freedom, it’s like she’s free to find out who she really is.” Weisz said.


Play Virtual Sex with 3D Porn Stars

  1. Virtual sex world lets you romp with 3D porn stars in VR  

    Now you can finally play in a vast virtual reality world of smut to live out your kinkiest sex fantasies with your favorite porn stars. “Vrxcity” bills itself as an online world populated with your fave adult film actresses, including Asa Akira, Bonnie Rotten, and Jessica Drake among others.

    Just put on a VR headset and go to places like virtual sex shops, strip clubs and brothels where XXX adult porn stars will role play as prostitutes and strippers. Users of the site can also create their own erotic smut for others to experience.

    Adult film studios and retailers that have signed up with Vrxcity include Wicked Pictures, AdultEmpire and GayEmpire, and amateur kink site Iwantclips.com.

    The Sun

8 BDSM Sex Tips For Total Beginners

  1. 8 BDSM Sex Tips to Try If You’re a Total Beginner 

    If you’re curious about the erotic sexual power play of BDSM but don’t quite feel ready enough yet to invest and play in a full scale dungeon, Allure.com magazine just listed some of the BDSM sex tips and advice that you can try if you are a total beginner:

    1. Talk through your interests and boundaries
    2. Try out some dirty talk
    3. Add a blindfold
    4. Explore orgasm control
    5. Buy a massage candle
    6. Learn the ropes
    7. Slip on a pair of handcuffs
    8. Play dress-up


    There is no shame in being new to BDSM. “BDSM doesn’t require any money,” sex therapist Michael Aaron told Allure. “Much of it is psychological, and if you are looking for impact play, many people feel like no toy beats their hands anyway, and that’s free. Likewise, various household items such as rope and clothespins can be used in scenes, and they hardly cost anything at all.”