The latest sold-out smash hit from London’s Royal Court Theatre is now playing at the Duke in Times Square.
Two new exhibitions. Opening night. It was quite a party.
Explore aphrodisiacs from over 3,000 years of human tradition, and discover which ones dothe trick for you and your lover.
Featuring some special Valentine’s Day cocktails including Get Laid (Mixed Berries, Basil and Ty Ku Sake), Spank Me (Bulldog Gin, Aperol, Roi Rene Rouge Cherry Liqueur) and My Slutty Valentine (Prosecco, Mathilde Raspberry, Royal Combier).
Do you have sex? Do you enjoy having sex? Do you not enjoy sex? Are you interested in having a genuine conversation about sex? Do you and your sexual partner have something you can teach us about sex?
There are even some lucky individuals who are able to “think off” – simply sit back, relax and think themselves into an orgasm. I have one such lucky friend. A straitlaced corporate attorney, she tells me that she often “thinks off” to get through long, boring conference calls. She simply uses her noggin, setting off a series of top-down processes in the brain, that result in the big O with no one being the wiser.
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Our one-of-a-kind holiday party on Dec. 15 was awesome. We have a video to prove it.
In both my books about historical sex, Sinner’s Grand Tour and Napoleon’s Privates, the legend of the medieval chastity belt cropped up regularly. Examples of these sinister devices are displayed all over Europe, often in hokey “Torture Museums” for wide-eyed tourists. But what’s the truth behind the stories? I began to dig a little, and found [...]
I’ve just done a series on “penetrating the Vatican” for Slate. A lot of Slate readers (presumably the vocal Catholics) seem to have taken umbrage that I refer to sex a lot in the story — either with hidden erotica from the Renaissance, medieval erotic tomes, the Showtime series the Borgias or the so-called “Joust of the Whores”…