Violet Blue’s Blog Tour – The Ultimate Guide to Sexual Fantasy

14 Jun

Ultimate Guide to Sexual Fantasy Violet Blue, the fabulous author behind some of Secret Pleasures favorite books such as The Ultimate Guide to FellatioThe Smart Girl’s Guide to the G-Spot, and The Adventurous Couple’s Guide to Strap On Sex has a new book on tap – The Ultimate Guide to Sexual Fantasy. What’s that, you ask? Read on to find out!

Join the legions of couples and singles who are making their hottest sexual fantasies come true. Whether you’re looking for an endless supply of fantasy ideas or expert advice for a playful, imaginative sex life, this information-packed book will tell you exactly what you need to know. Forbes web-celeb Violet Blue has compiled comprehensive lists of the most popular fantasies and fetishes, complete with suggestions for props, toys, and costumes (and where to buy them). Blue takes a nuanced approach to helping you decide just how far to take your fantasies. Whatever your desires, The Ultimate Guide to Sexual Fantasy: How to Have Incredible Sex with Role Play, Sex Games, Erotic Massage, BDSM Play and Much, Much More will help you create the scenarios of your wildest dreams. Discover how to:

  • Uncover your lover’s secret fantasies
  • Role-play without feeling silly
  • Navigate your first threesome—where DOES that sixth arm go?
  • Have sex in public
  • Create thrilling S/M scenarios
  • Strip, lap dance, and talk dirty

safer sex condomsSounds awesome, right? We are so thrilled that Cleis Press, publishers of The Ultimate Guide to Sexual Fantasy, have asked us to participate in Violet’s blog tour. Cleis sent us an exclusive excerpt from the book ahead of it’s release in July. This excerpt is all about hot, safer sex – which is pretty much our mantra here! Check it out.

Safer Sex When we have sexual adventures, we want our memories to be of hot sex, once-in-a-lifetime erotic peaks, and trying out decadent fantasies that would make Hollywood blush. We don’t want those memories tainted by a hasty decision not to use a condom, a dental dam, or gloves – resulting in a sexually transmitted infection or virus. We have to care about ourselves and the people we have sexual contact with. We can start by practicing safer sex.

You might wonder why I employ the term safer sex instead of safe to indicate the practice of using barriers and proper lubrication to prevent injury and the spread of disease. That’s because the use of barriers (such as condoms) is not a hundred percent foolproof in protecting against STDs. There are many factors involved in every sexual encounter: Each party assesses the risks in every situation, often making snap judgments in the heat of the moment. This is especially true when you’re in a couple and trying out a threesome, sex parties, swinging, or having sex with strangers. The term safer means that safe-sex gear is safer than no protection at all.

Always use plenty of water-based lubricant, even if you don’t think you need it. Sex feels incredible with slicked-up parts, and latex tends to absorb moisture, making condoms more susceptible to breakage. A drop of lube in the tip of a condom gives more pleasure and sensation to both the wearer and the recipient of penetration—once you try it, you’ll never go back! Water-based lubes are friendly to the vaginal ecosystem, won’t degrade latex (a tiny bit of oil will destroy latex almost instantly), and come in hypoallergenic formulas. Avoid lubes with Nonoxynol-9, which causes abrasions on mucous membranes, and sensitive women should avoid lubes with glycerin, a sugar that contributes to yeast infections.

From the Ultimate Guide to Sexual Fantasy, 2nd Ed., by Violet Blue

Want a copy of the Ultimate Guide to Sexual Fantasy for yourself? Well, you’re in luck! Cleis is giving a copy to one lucky reader! Trust us, you are gonna love this book. Head on over to our Facebook page, enter the contest, and check back here on June 24th to see if you’ve won and to read our full review of this awesome book.


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