Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Fantasy Pornography: His, Hers, and Couples: A Perfect Valentine's Present

Our guest blogger today is Dr. Dorree Lynn, Intimacy Expert for www.DrDorreeLynn.com

Once again, Pagan Spirits would like to thank Cathy Stucker and BloggerLinkUp for this opportunity. Special thanks to Darcie Rowan.

For years, women barely tolerated male pornography, although some would sneak a look at Playboy or Penthouse. Men, more than women, tend to have a very strong visual component to their sexual arousal and they are more likely to seek visual pornography to get turned on. Pornography can be a wonderful sex enhancer for both men and women. Women typically enjoy a different kind of porn than do men, usually with characters, fantasy themes and a story line. Female erotic literature has become a booming business, and it is one more example of how women, who are generally the less linear of the two sexes, prefer process over the end goal. Just read Erin's writings to see what I mean. I know women who get lost in these and other erotica books, find their fingers walking South between their legs, or reaching for the vibrator near their bed. (See Dr Dorree's Divine Desires e-store) for some additional Valentine's suggestions).

Grab some of the latest couple's pornography that appeals to both women and men. These usually combine story lines involving feelings and intimacy that are appealing to women along with graphic scenes that tend to be more appealing to men. Mutually stimulating pornography agreed to by both parties, either in the privacy of one's own bedroom, watching DVDs or via an adult channel in a hotel rendezvous. It's perfect for a special Valentine's fantasy treat. What a great way to spice up your love life!! In fact, why not try it all year round?

Special Valentine's Day Offer: Use Coupon Code: CupidsArrow at the checkout for a 5% discount at Dr. Dorree's Divine Desires e-store.

1 comment:

She said...

I think women can be stimulated visually as much as men. You are right about needed a story line and being able to connect to a character in the story but I find pictures as arousing as the written word. I prefer the written word because the author has thought out (usually) the scene and dialog. I can make a picture in my mind of what the characters look like and what they are doing based on those words which I can't do when it's a picture that arouses me because someone else controlled that image. Often pictures and movies have trite dialog, if any dialog, so that detracts from the image but if the actors/models are hot enough I can get aroused.