Sex Acts

Some articles on sex acts, sex:

Bisexual Pornography - Sex Acts Depicted
... to this list The female performer may encourage the two men to engage in sex acts together ... woman may demand that her "straight" husband or boyfriend perform sex acts with the other man as "punishment" for infidelity (see Cuckold) ... may create a "daisy chain," in which all three participants perform and receive oral sex simultaneously ...
The Surprise Of A Knight - Background
... By 1920, the first hardcore homosexual sex acts were depicted in the film Le ménage moderne du Madame Butterfly ... du Madame Butterfly only shows male-male sex acts as deviant, firmly establishes the heterosexuality of the characters, and usually depicts gay sex acts as essentially ...
Modern Sex Manuals
... Despite the existence of ancient sex manuals in other cultures, sex manuals were banned in Western culture for many years ... Married Love, considered groundbreaking despite its limitations in details used to discuss sex acts ... D.'s book Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex (But Were Afraid to Ask), published in 1969, was one of the first sex manuals that entered mainstream culture in the 1960s ...
Le Ménage Moderne Du Madame Butterfly - Notability
... motion picture to depict hardcore homosexual sex acts on film ... thigh or hip to hardcore anal and oral sex (and much more) ... Nevertheless, nearly all the extant works depict homosexual sex in the context of a heterosexual hegemony ...
Gang Bang
... A gang bang is a situation in which a person engages in sex acts with several individuals at the same time ... gang bang is defined by the number and simultaneity of the various sex acts such as oral sex, anal sex or double penetration ... By contrast, three people engaged in sex is normally referred to as a threesome, and four people are normally referred to as a foursome ...

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