February is not only the month of love, it’s also a pretty horny time. We invite anyone clamoring for content to enjoy this comprehensive list of the Cut’s best sex writing.
Everything from frozen peas to Brokeback Mountain.
We asked 11 men. Their answers may surprise you.
With sounds for everything from sexcapades to masturbating.
Our most-read Sex Diary to date. Some of our other most popular Diaries: “The Intern Who Doesn’t Have Time for Real Dates,” “The L.A. Woman Looking Forward to a Threesome,” and “The Family Man Attending a Sex Party With His Wife.”
Men’s thumbs, manicures, libraries: 18 women told us they’re turned on by unexpected things.
Some practical advice.
A kissing choreography breakdown: “A good kiss is like the quintessential Goldilocks tale. You don’t want too much aggression, too much hesitation, or too much tongue, for that matter. It needs to be just right.”
One woman shares her adventures in threesome territory, “an anything-goes, cotton-candy-filled, judgment-free trip to sexual Disneyland.”
An attempt to recreate scenarios from trashy Kindle erotica with lines like, “Do you want me to show off for you?” and, “I love dick.”
Two experts share a step-by-step guide to sexting.
We asked men to explain.
It might be good for you. Maybe.
Investigating the rise of anal play.
“The hand job is ready for its lubricated moment in the sun,” thanks to a steamy scene in The Good Wife.
The most chivalrous cum shot on journalistic record: “I was getting a blow job, and when the time came for me to finish, I was like, ‘Where do you want it?’ And he was like, ‘Wherever you want it!’ And I was like, ‘I want it where you want it.’ And he was like, ‘But I want it where you want it!’” In the polite confusion over the direction of his penis, he said, he’d somehow ended up with it pointed at his own face. Some of it shot into his mouth — an accidental, and impressively powerful, hole in one.
A sexologist shares how passionate couples can get over a sexual lull.
A night at Girl Pile, a long-standing San Francisco girl-on-girl orgy.
One woman pushes her boundaries and plans her own orgy.
Allison P. Davis’s New York Magazine cover story describes the cultural implications of sex-robot technology — and what it’s like to fondle the artificial penis of a bot named Henry.
A lesson in naked etiquette from Young Naturists of America.
It’s not Halloween, but these bizarre, costumed hookup stories might inspire you for Valentine’s Day.
Three women visit “Dr. M,” a 40-something man with a day job and very, very skilled hands. “I’m not exactly sure what he does,” says one woman, “but when he first touches my vagina it feels like he’s slowly peeling back layers.”
A visit to the Silicon Valley–hyped “clit cult,” OneTaste, which features live demonstrations of mindful sex. “You know shit is getting real when the old lady next to you cries out, ‘I just want to get naked and lie down and have sex on that table!’”
What does having slept with 500 people mean?
On the infamous Brooklyn bar and its mysterious mating powers.
Maureen O’Connor’s New York Magazine cover story investigates the search habits of Pornhub’s wide user base, breaking down the colorful lexicon of the pornosphere.
If The Favourite and Mary Queen of Scots left you wondering about the sexual escapades of Victorian queens, particularly queer ones, the Cut has some history lessons for you.