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      This is how we do it: ‘The sheep on our farm hinder our sex life more than the kids’

      news.movim.eu / TheGuardian · Saturday, 6 July - 11:00

    Friction in the fields is wreaking havoc in the bedroom for farmers and parents Rosie and Brian

    How do you do it? Share the story of your sex life, anonymously

    There is something hot about being a farmer, but working together is tricky – Brian can nitpick to a degree that doesn’t make a difference for the sheep

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      Actor Kevin Bacon on learning selflessness, the secret lives of porn addicts, and what’s it like to be a private tutor for the rich? – podcast

      news.movim.eu / TheGuardian · Saturday, 6 July - 04:00


    Hollywood’s great survivor discusses his band, politics, family, embracing change and learning selflessness; as pornography use soars, we meet the men who feel their behaviour is moving from a compulsion to an addiction; and, last week, a job advert emerged for a private tutor to an architecture student with potential earnings of more than £2m. One man who has worked with wealthy families describes what it takes.

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      ‘Everybody screamed when they saw it!’ The sudden rise in penises on TV

      news.movim.eu / TheGuardian · Friday, 5 July - 15:04

    House of the Dragon just made eyes pop with an erect penis – but it’s not the only show going to great lengths to challenge television’s nudity equality problem

    It’s not just winter that’s coming. This week’s episode of House of the Dragon featured not one but two penises: one mid-fellatio, the other post-coital. If original fantasy epic Game of Thrones became known for “sexposition” – advancing the plot against a backdrop of bare bodies – its prequel seems to be dealing in “dicksposition”.

    Just past the midway mark of episode three, as a tipsy King Aegon II Targaryen (Tom Glynn-Carney) arrived at a King’s Landing brothel with his jeering entourage, he strolled past a sizeable erection in the process of receiving a blowjob. The bratty monarch didn’t seem to notice. Viewers certainly did.

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      ‘There is a sex crisis here. Couples stop having sex after kids’: This is how we do it in Japan

      news.movim.eu / TheGuardian · Friday, 5 July - 14:00


    Aoi and Jiro have regular intercourse – so how did they buck what seems to be a national trend?

    When I was growing up, there was no talk of sex or relationships at home. It was all very secret

    We didn’t sleep together the first time we met: to have sex on the first date would have been highly unusual

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      This is how we do it: ‘We were both anxious when we met, but our sex life is a lot of fun now’

      news.movim.eu / TheGuardian · Saturday, 15 June - 11:00

    Harry wasn’t sure he’d love again after his wife died, and Meredith’s ex was ‘Victorian’ in bed, so finding each other has been a joy

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    My body just reacted. I suddenly felt, I’d love to take this person to bed just to get closer to her

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      Not suitable for trains: how Bridgerton’s longest ever sex scene set commuters’ pulses racing

      news.movim.eu / TheGuardian · Friday, 14 June - 14:30

    Nicola Coughlan’s steamy start to the costume romp’s third season is the show’s most passionate yet – although it’s not the worst TV episode you could unwittingly watch on public transport…

    This week I have seen more than one tweet from mortified people who thought it would be OK to watch the new batch of Bridgerton episodes on the train on their way to work. The reason they were mortified was the first new episode, in which a sex scene goes on and on. And on. And on .

    According to people who know these things, the sex scene – between Nicola Coughlan ’s Penelope Featherington and Luke Newton’s Colin Bridgerton – was the longest in the show’s history, clocking in at almost six minutes. It was so long, in fact, that Coughlan and Newton managed to break the furniture they were filming on.

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      I was struggling with sex in my first queer relationship. Then we started taking mushrooms

      news.movim.eu / TheGuardian · Wednesday, 12 June - 12:00 · 1 minute

    Sex on mushrooms has heightened my sensitivity and helped me be more present and relaxed

    A couple of months ago, I had an experience I’ll describe as “when I saw God”. I was lying on my back and had my eyes closed and I could see a warm green light all around me. In that moment, I just knew it was God, and I knew God was a woman. I felt so loved, safe and accepted. All these intense emotions were occurring at once, as I was orgasming.

    My partner and I like to take magic mushrooms together. Mostly, we’ll take a low dose if we’re at a party, or a club, or even if we are going to see something like a dance performance. They keep us up a little longer, so we don’t go home feeling exhausted and want to go straight to sleep. Often, we’ll go home and have sex, and it will be incredible. Before shrooms, I guess I never really had sex on drugs (apart from being blackout drunk). This is totally different from that; it heightens sensitivity so much.

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      I used to be a top, but it no longer works for me. How do I tell my partner I’ve become a side?

      news.movim.eu / TheGuardian · Wednesday, 12 June - 08:47 · 1 minute

    Our old way of having sex doesn’t make me happy and I’m unable to perform. It’s causing a lot of frustration

    I’m a gay man who is in a long -term relationship . When we started dating I was originally a top, but I haven’t enjoyed it for a long time and am unable to perform. I’ve realised over time that I am now a “side” and only enjoy oral sex . I have not told my partner this ; he is still a bottom and there is a lot of frustration about our sex life. I’m unsure what to do.

    You are allowed to change your mind. It would be best to be frank about this with your partner, so have a calm and honest talk with him and help him to understand your feelings about this – then give him an opportunity to express his feelings as well. There is often room for negotiation regarding possible solutions, so try to approach it as a couple’s problem that needs to be solved jointly, rather than a conflict. It is not uncommon for a person to change their preferred sexual style, and you have every right to do so. However, it would be wise to acknowledge his feelings about it, which could be expressed as sadness at losing his own preferred style or even anger. But no matter how important sex is to each of you, together your broader bond and connection is far more significant; you can work through this.

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      A moment that changed me: I’m 58 and single since 1997. A Sex and the City meme transformed my life

      news.movim.eu / TheGuardian · Wednesday, 12 June - 06:00

    My first and only proper relationship ended the day after Princess Diana died. There followed years of dalliances and situationships, before I realised something crucial about myself

    Sometimes a meme can change your life. OK, your love life, let’s not get Carrie’d away. It was about 3am; I was in bed with two empty Gü Zillionaire ramekins and my favourite hot-water bottle (yes, I have a favourite), and zombie-scrolling TikTok. A Sex and the City clip appeared. The one that says: “He’s just not that into you.”

    I’d obviously seen it before, years ago when the show came out, but I hadn’t seen it since. So I didn’t swipe. I watched – for old times’ sake. And it blew my mind. You remember? Miranda is telling Carrie and Charlotte about her previous night’s almost-encounter: asking for their theories about a date who “didn’t come up” because he said he had an early meeting.

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