While there is not one “right” way to approach potential sexual intimacy, there are some overarching strategies that can help to guide you on your journey. From figuring out exactly what it is you want, to changing your perception on ‘rejection’, we hope that you’ll find tools here that resonate with you.
If you were intrigued by Vice’s recent article “How to have a sex party” but still left wondering how to *actually* throw a sex party, don’t worry — we’ve got you covered!
Our friends at the Date/Able podcast document Natalie’s first experience at a sex party, here at OH! We’re really excited to have a way to give other folks a sneak-peak of how amazing our community is, what we do, and what we stand for.
“Women are just as horny as men. And if you provide a safe environment for them to feel like they won’t be slut-shamed and they can express their sexuality freely, it turns out that… a lot of women that are interested in being in that environment."
One of the most common questions I get is, “How do you do it? I want to throw a play party like this but I don't know where to begin.” Well, wonder no more.
You’ve read about it in magazines. You’ve found a hookup and finally gotten an invite. But what things do experienced orgy-goers know that you don’t? Here are some pointers to help you feel comfortable & confident at your first sex party.
Who am I to explain consent to you? I’m very square, married, living in the suburbs with my hardworking husband, and an irritating cat. But about once a month, roughly 60 people show up to our house for an all-night orgy.