26 Queer Sex Tips You'll Wish You Heard When You Were Younger


It’s not all lube and butt plugs (but, yeah, those are important, too).

Here's what they said. (And FYI, a lot of these apply to all sex-having humans, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.)

Don’t be afraid to tell someone exactly what you want.

Don't be afraid to tell someone exactly what you want.

“Your partner is not psychic (probably), and they cannot read your mind (also probably). TELL them what feels good. Don't fake anything because then they'll keep doing that thing you hate.”

—La Viola Viva Ward, Facebook

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When it comes to trying sex toys, start small.

When it comes to trying sex toys, start small.

“When using a sex toy for the first time, start out small (I'd say 1″ thickness at the most) and use plenty of lube. Take it slow, and don't rush yourself or your partner, you'll regret it if you do.”

—Katie Grosso, Facebook

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And use (way) more lube.

And use (way) more lube.

“Heterosexual propaganda has given you a really unrealistic idea of how penetration works and you should be using about 500% more lube otherwise it'll HURT.”

—Kayla Bashe, Facebook

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