jessica drake’s Guide To Wicked Sex: Threesomes Every Man’s Fantasy Stills

Purchase here: Guide to Wicked Sex: Threesomes

Join Wicked Pictures’ award winning resident sex educator jessica drake and explore the “ins and outs” of Threesomes. In this inspirational guide, you’ll learn about the dynamics of a three-way between a man and two women – and how to bring your fantasy to life. With candid interviews and instructional demos from a real life couple and a few eager singles, you’ll realize the pleasure potential is limitless. In addition, the two hardcore scenes (with optional commentary) will certainly get you in the mood!

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jessica drake’s Guide To Wicked Sex: Positions Stills

Bored in bed? Looking to spice things up for both you AND your partner? Then you’ve come to the right place! I’m jessica drake, and in this Guide to Wicked Sex, we’ll explore everything you need to know to turn some basic positions into something even more satisfying. Learn how to change things up and enrich your sex life…get closer and more intimate with your partner… and experience deeper orgasms. Give me 90 minutes of your time, and I’ll teach you some techniques that will make your toes curl and rock your lover’s world!

Link: Basic Positions Trailer

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Masturbation – Tips for the Newbie

Those searching online for guidance on ‘sexual pleasure’ will be swamped with articles on how to please your partner.  This goes to show sexual pleasure is mostly thought of as a feeling flowing outward towards another person.  Before you can communicate what would satisfy you to your lover, it is important you know how to satisfy yourself.  Touching yourself is a way of getting in touch with what type of stimulation turns you on.  At its very core, great sex is comprised of communication and knowledge of self-love and self-pleasure, which is derived from masturbation.

Society has long shamed the act of masturbation even more than sex.  As a result, there are many people who feel a sense of embarrassment about masturbation, even though it’s a beautiful and important thing to make time for.  Here are some tips for getting the most out of your alone time:

Find a space.  Masturbation requires uninterrupted concentration; find a private space in which you can be as comfortable and as loud as you want.  If you live with other people, timing is key and having a door which locks might come in handy.

Relax.  Get into the mode of “me.”  This requires letting go of all the worries of yesterday, today, and tomorrow.  Do whatever you need to quiet down the buzz inside of your head.  You can light candles, listen to music, or have the hum of your favorite xxx feature playing in the background.

Oh yeah… watch porn.  Porn can be the catalyst you need to get your libido in desire mode.  Have your favorite genres, scenes or performers close by, then hit the play button… and I’m not just talking about the remote!

Or use your imagination.  While men often rely on more visual stimulation, women have been using their imagination since long before Eve bit into the proverbial apple!  Take a moment and really think about what turns you on.  Perhaps it’s a woman or man you met the other day, a coworker you’ve been vying for, a celebrity, a made-up person, or two, or three.  Pretend you’re the director of your own adult flick.

Find what feels good.  You have nerve fibers all over your body.  Use your hands to graze lightly against your skin everywhere because likely it’ll feel good and some spots will call out for more touch.  For most people, nerve fibers are concentrated in the lips, tongue, nipples vulva, pussy, clit, cock head, anus… well, you get the idea.  Recognize which spots are the most sensitive to you.  Use your fingers to find spots that tickle, but instead of laughing, you’re tightening and going “Mmmm…” During your exploration remember your feel-good spots and remember precisely how you touch them.  You will want to revisit often. 🙂

Use adult toys.  Consider purchasing a vibrator or dildo for a pleasurable experience your hands can’t offer.  You can insert a vibrator or dildo inside you and figure out which strokes and moves you enjoy.  Women can also leave their vibrator on their vulva or directly on their clit, figuring how much pressure to apply for earth shattering orgasms.  Men will also find a lot of pleasure from a bullet vibe placed against their balls or cock.  If you’re on a budget, you can use certain household items as well, detachable shower heads for example.  Use a certain amount of discernment when choosing what objects to pleasure yourself with. Always make sure that the base is wider than the top; when you have something to hold on to, it makes for successful removal. 😉 The objects should also be hygienic and safe.  For example, wash any pesticides off that beautiful cucumber before you insert it…

Keep practicing and have fun!

XO,

jd

Wicked Pictures & jessica drake Proudly Reveal Box Art for Guide to Wicked Sex: Plus Size

First-Ever Sex Instructional DVD for

People of Size to Release June 25;

Co-Directed by jessica drake & Kelly Shibari!

CHATSWORTH, Calif. (May 20, 2014) – The countdown to the release of the first-ever sex instructional DVD for people of size has begun, as producer Wicked Pictures unveils the box art for jessica drake’s Guide to Wicked Sex: Plus Size. Available to purchase on June 25, the groundbreaking movie is co-directed by sexual wellness authority and Wicked Pictures contract star jessica drake and BBW performer and size acceptance advocate Kelly Shibari.

To view and download the front and back box art for jessica drake’s Guide to Wicked Sex: Plus Size, click here.

“Ever since principal photography wrapped, we’ve been hard at work on post-production of the film,” says jessica drake. “Revealing the box art and setting a street date finally makes the movie’s release seem very real, and I’m beside myself with excitement for people to see it. I believe we are in the midst of a shift in the collective mindset of the adult industry, as well as society in regards to sexuality and beauty. I’m witnessing increased acceptance across the board, and I’m proud to contribute to it with Plus Size.”

jessica drake’s Guide to Wicked Sex: Plus Size is the first sex education DVD created for the plus size community. The movie’s cast includes beautiful BBW performers Devlyn Red, Angel DeLuca, and Scarlet LaVey, as well as non-performer couples Scarlette Cyn and JC Lewis, and Sherri Shaulis and Michael Colbert; it showcases women of a diverse range of BBW sizes, ranging from size 14 – 24. In addition to narrating much of the project, Kelly Shibari also performs in one of the full-length sex scenes featured in the film. Her partner is award-winning actor/director and radio personality Derrick Pierce.

Kelly Shibari says, “I’ve been anticipating the release of jessica drake’s Guide to Wicked Sex: Plus Size ever since jessica and I started our collaboration, as I know many in the plus size community have. We’re thrilled to finally present a peek at the box cover, and I’m particularly pleased with the choice of BBW performer Devlyn Red as our cover model. This release has been my most heartfelt project to date, and we’re looking forward to getting the film out to everyone soon.”

jessica drake’s Guide to Wicked Sex: Plus Size takes viewers through a variety of topics, from relationship communication, discussion of trigger words and acceptable terminology between partners, size-friendly sex positions, and body confidence exercises. The addition of three full-length sex scenes, available with or without commentary, is also offered at the end of the film. Interviews with plus-size adult performers, as well as non-performers, are an integral part of the project. They provide a non-xxx look into the issues confronted by plus size women, men, and couples, and offer solutions to increase confidence and combat negative stereotypes.

To view behind-the-scenes images from jessica drake’s Guide to Wicked Sex: Plus Size on the series’ official Facebook fan page, click here.

jessica drake is a fervent educator on sexual health and wellness. She is a highly sought-after sexual wellness speaker who lectures at universities, teaches seminars, and runs workshops globally. Through her series of workshops and seminars, and her line of instructional DVDs, jessica drake’s Guide to Wicked Sex, drake teaches people to explore their sexuality in a fun, safe, and responsible way. She teaches how to set boundaries, emphasize consent, and still have wonderful sex, while communicating effectively with partners.

jessica drake’s Guide to Wicked Sex is established as one of the most awarded and trusted sex education resources on the market. Its debut production jessica drake’s Guide to Wicked Sex: Fellatio received the 2012 AVN award for Best Educational Release and jessica drake’s Guide Wicked Sex: Anal received the 2012 XBIZ award for Specialty Release of the Year. jessica drake’s Guide to Wicked Sex: Anal Play for Men was recently named Best Educational Release at the 2014 AVN Awards.

About jessica drake’s Guide to Wicked Sex:

Three-time AVN Best Actress winner and sexual wellness authority jessica drake brings erotic topics to life through intimate demonstrations performed by some of today’s hottest adult stars in her “Guide to Wicked Sex” series. The stimulating sequences are sensual, provocative and enlivened by an informative optional audio commentary. In each volume of“jessica drake’s Guide to Wicked Sex,” writer, producer, director, and host jessica drake addresses a different aspect of human sexuality, ranging from Fellatio and Anal to Basic Positions and Female Masturbation. jessica explores each topic with the same distinct blend of knowledge, experience, and good humor, which led Dee Dennis, the founder of sexuality conference CatalystCon, to praise her as “an amazing sex educator and speaker, who represents a new direction and is breaking new ground” in the sexual self-help genre. The series’ volume on Fellatio earned AVN’s 2012 Best Educational Release trophy, “Anal” was named XBIZ’s 2012 Specialty Release of the Year, “Anal Sex for Men” received AVN’s 2014 Best Educational Release award. For more information, visit www.GuideToWickedSex.com, www.Facebook.com/GuideToWickedSex, or www.Twitter.com/Guide2WickedSex.

 

About Kelly Shibari:

From her background in design and construction in mainstream film and television production, to performing in front of the camera as the sexually charged figurehead for chubby Asian girls everywhere, Kelly Shibari is a stereotype-breaking tour-de-force. Holding the distinct honor of being the only plus-sized performer ever molded for a Fleshlight, Kelly is also the face of harness company SpareParts Hardwear®’s plus size line, and made sexy pop culture media site Fleshbot’s Top Ten Crush Object List for 2013. Her self-produced, self-marketed DVD, “Kelly Shibari is Overloaded,” was nominated for both XBIZ and AVN, not just for the DVD itself but also for its marketing campaign. Kelly was named 2013 BBW Performer of the Year at EXXXOTICA’s fan-based awards, “The Fannys,” and also named Best BBW Performer at the 2013 NightMoves Awards. For more information, visit www.KellyShibariXXX.com, www.Twitter.com/KellyShibari, and www.Facebook.com/KellyShibari.

 

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Emotional Rescue: Tackling Sexual Anxiety in Women & Men

Regardless of how it may manifest physically, sexual anxiety ultimately comes from the same place in men and women – a zone of insecurity. The purpose of this brief article is to demonstrate a link between physical vulnerability and emotional vulnerability. For example, it can be easy for some people who lack security in their bodies to project that insecurity into their relationships. For others, an inability to articulate specific wants, needs and desires can foster resentment and anger. Within the context of a sexually intimate couple, these modes of behavior can create emotional “minefields” where even the most minor issues can become stigmatized with a detrimental “charge.”

But before you can conquer anxiety in your physical relationships with others, you have to conquer the anxiety in your relationship with yourself. True intimate relationships begin with yourself because, ultimately, all “outer” relationships are reflections of you and colored by you. That’s not to say that your partner may not ever do something you find undesirable, but even when they do, you are the one who creates the charge, because you are the one who chose to be offended, or “triggered.”

If this scenario sounds even faintly familiar, it may be time to make peace with yourself, because that’s who you are in a relationship with first and foremost. And if you’re feeling insecure, it’s time to start feeling comfortable in your own skin. Overcoming this internal battle within is challenging – we are all a little self-conscious at one time or another, and there aren’t many things in life that make human beings feel more vulnerable than removing our clothes in front of others. With powerful emotions on the line, how does one find reserves of peace within?

Ancient philosophers like Plato and Xenophon responded to this existential quandary by quoting the pithy saying often attributed to Socrates – “Know thyself.” But what does this mean in contemporary, real world terms, how do you put it to work in the bedroom?

Within the context of this article, knowing one’s self can begin on the outside. Spend more of your home time nude! Walk around naked, get used to studying yourself in the mirror, recognizing yourself like a long-lost friend. Most importantly, give that person in the mirror the same compassion and acceptance you give to everyone else who’s important to you.

Once you’ve found greater comfort and affinity with the outer “you,” it’s time to take the journey within. Self-pleasure is essential in constructing your sexual cosmology; use masturbation to learn the width and breadth of your mental, emotional and physical tastes. In short, learn what makes you feel good.  The more you learn about what works for you, the more you’ll bring to the table to the one seeking to please you. Know your carnal self.

In sex, as in many other areas of relationships, the most dispiriting issues tend to arise when we don’t dig enough to learn what we really want, whether it’s from ourselves, a lover, or a potential life partner.

Some forms of insecurity can, and should, be best resolved by seeking the advice of health care professionals. But it can be helpful to remember that by converting your mirrored “subject self” into an authentic “object self,” you can view everything concerned with yourself with detachment. Ultimately, this should leave you peaceful and unaffected by outer events and the behaviors of others. And once you’re free of emotional anxiety, don’t be surprised to find that you’ve been freed of the sexual anxiety that was being triggered by it.

Ask jessica- jessica drake Answers Reader’s Questions

My lover and I have started having anal sex, but I’m always paranoid about hygiene. Do you have any tips to get that area ready?

–Megan; Austin, TX

Hi Megan, I’m so glad you and your lover are expanding your sex life. There are a few steps you can try weeks ahead of time to be ready for anal sex, or some preparation steps right before the act, if you’re trying to be spontaneous.

A popular way to prepare if you have the time is to change your diet a bit. Try eating less fatty foods, and no huge meals. Keep in mind it usually takes 24 – 72 hours for most food to pass through your body. It takes 6 – 8 hours for food to pass through your stomach and small intestine, and then at least 24 hours to pass through the largeintestine.

If you’re planning on light anal stimulation with no penetration, then concentrate on washing the area very thoroughly with a mild soap and water. Make sure to skip the fancy soaps to avoid irritation. Also, as you’re having a shower, or a bath, if you kneel down into a squat and spread your legs, it will make shaving that little area so much easier, and you’ll be smooth and sweet smelling!

For full anal sex, you may consider doing an enema before the act. An enema is the process of cleaning the rectum with a bulb syringe or an enema bottle. It’s important to use a regular water enema (lukewarm or slightly warm), but not one that acts as a laxative. If you’ve never used an enema before, try a practice run before you do one for anal sex. Once you have it down, you can do an enema 2-3 hours before sex.

Keep in mind, it is not for the squeamish; it is anal sex after all. Make sure you are comfortable with your body and the way it functions. The key to great anal sex is being mentally ready as much as you are physically.

Now that you are prepared with the right information, you’re ready to go! Remember to relax, go slow and ease into it, use plenty of lube, and enjoy. For more information, check out jessica drake’s Guide to Wicked Sex: Anal.

xo,

jd

 

My husband and I don’t seem to communicate well about sex or our relationship in or outside of the bedroom. How can I change this?

–Amy; Wichita, KS

Hi Amy, I’m so happy you reached out for help. This is a common issue for a lot of couples, which can lead to dissolution of the relationship if never properly addressed.

Communication plays a huge role in successful relationships, sexual or otherwise. You need to discuss how to express your sexuality: what works for you, how to ask your partner what works for them, and how to navigate some of the potential communication pitfalls and insecurities. Communication exercises, both on your own, as well as with your partner, are great ways to build that confidence and bond.

A simple exercise borrowing itself from the concept of “daily affirmations” is to sit with your partner and share 5 things you like about each other. Another exercise, which can take relationship communication to the next level, can be aided with the use of props such as flash cards. By looking through a series of descriptive words, and selecting which words you are comfortable with, you can share with your partner the words you prefer he or she use in relation to how they describe you. (An important thing to note about this exercise is how you can express to your partner why certain words work well for you.)

Starting with these exercises will open up the lines of communication and intimacy between you and your partner. There are plenty of more advanced communication exercises you can do with your partner, as well as great workshops and classes. I would recommend searching online to see what is in your area. Good luck, have fun, and remember to enjoy yourselves!

xo,

jd