Your Sex Horoscope for the Weekend

What’s happening: Tonight, Mercury, planet of communication, forms an awkward quincunx aspect to Saturn, planet of blockages. On Tuesday, Venus (which is still retrograde, BTW) forms a harsh square to Mars—these are the love planets (Venus governs romance and relationships, while Mars governs libido), and this week, they’re at war with each other. Finally, on Wednesday, there’s a cazimi Venus, which in English means that you’ve survived to the halfway point of Venus Retrograde, and you’re able to figure out how to push through all that relationship drama you’ve been experiencing!

What that means:

Aries

There’s an important talk you’ve been meaning to have with your boo/crush lately, and it’s gnawing away at your brain. You feel like you’re going absolutely crazy—but there is simply never a good time to bring it up! The tension and awkwardness is permeating life in the bedroom, too, and you probs feel pretty miserable. Your thoughts and feelings are eating you alive this weekend, and you feel like you’re going to blow up by Tuesday. You’re more than ready to pop off over every minor disagreement, but listen, Aries. Don’t. Do. It. Wednesday’s astro-vibe is by far the easiest we’ve had in a long-ass time, and you can bring up whatever’s been bugging you tactfully.

Taurus

You and your boo aren’t on the same page—in fact, you have different ideas about your relationship status. If you’ve been casually (and safely) hanging out with someone, they might think you’re an item. If you’ve been boo’d up for a long time, you might think things with bae are fine, but they’re stressed about the relationship (or vice-versa). These differences make themselves apparent over the next week, and honey, you’ve got a big storm coming! Instead of being passive (or passive aggressive), try your best to communicate—and listen to what the other person has to say. You’re as stubborn as they come, but this week you learn that a little compromise goes a long way, especially when it comes to relationships.

Gemini

Whenever Venus is in your sign (like it is right now), it’s a great time for love, pleasure, and beauty. But whenever Venus is retrograde (again, like it is right now), all those things get jumbled up and confusing AF. With Venus Retrograde acting up in your sign, your love life’s been pretty sour, and you’re probs not feeling too great about yourself, either. This week, your love life is kinda dry, NGL, but think of it as a great opportunity to focus on loving yourself. Get to know your body and what makes you feel good. *wiggles eybrows* Update your wardrobe, and only pick out clothes you like. This weekend is the best time to explore new ways to practice self-care and feel good. And as you focus on loving yourself, you’ll see an increase in confidence. You’ll start to radiate charisma, making it easier for you to attract others by just being yourself—and that, Gemini, is when your love life will start to blossom and bloom.

Cancer

Life in the bedroom has been getting tougher lately, and even though you’re desperately trying to address the issues, finding the words is proving to be a monumental challenge. When it comes to any kind of drama or conflict, you tend to shuffle away and hide in your shell, but things are getting so tense now that you feel ready to lash out with your claws—but hold on, Cancer! If you haven’t spoken up about these issues, then it’s completely unfair for you to pop off out of nowhere, right? Mercury, the planet of communication, just entered your sign, allowing you to speak your mind without making a scene. So just talk to your partner. If the issue is something as simple as, “When you do y, it doesn’t make me feel good,” you’ll be shocked at how easy it is to find a solution. Side note: you might run into an ex this week. If you’re tempted to blow up at them, try to stay tactful. You’ll be able to find the closure you’ve been needing and walk away from the situation without anyone feeling hurt.

Leo

If you’ve been sexting with someone in your squad lately, some tension may emerge this weekend as the two of you discover that you have WILDLY different ideas about your relationship status. You’ll do anything to avoid unnecessary conflict, but listen, Leo, you need to have that tough conversation and set the record straight. That way, you can either A) DTR with your FWB and start a real LTR, B) agree that keeping things casual between the two of you is best, or C) cut things off, but still keep your friendship in one piece. This type of convo is tough, yes, but one moment of discomfort now can save you a ton of stress in the future, feel me? These sentiments ring true for the boo’d up Leos, too. You and bae are seeing the relationship totally differently, and it’s up to you to speak your mind and say you want to find a solution. By the end of the week, you and your partner will have worked it all out, and you’ll share the same vision of the future of your relationship, too. Even though Venus Retrograde is trying to mess with your love life, things will be way easier from here on out.

Virgo

As much as you love a fixer-upper, this weekend finds you realizing that you can’t fix other people, and that includes your partner. You may view your relationship as a direct reflection of who you are as a person, and when it isn’t going exactly how you’d like it to, you go into panic mode and try to “solve” everything. You see it as a labor of love, but JSYK, when you try to make someone else fit your idea of a perfect partner, you’ll end up pushing them away. You feel like you need to go overboard with the criticism this weekend, like turning a sink full of dishes into a fight about everything they always do wrong. And they might retaliate. So take a minute and think about it, Virgo. You and your partner are two different people with different likes, different love languages, and different relationship goals, and that’s okay. Instead of mindlessly bickering, understand that no relationship is flawless. If there’s an actual problem, neither of you are 100% to blame, but you both need to put in 100% of your energy to find a solution.

Libra

You’re struggling to take your relationship/situationship to the next level. Even if you’re having fun with your crush/boo and there are no major problems, you feel stuck. Sure, there’s some romance, but not much. Sure, the sex is good, but you’d really like it to be great, wouldn’t you? Sure, there’s real chemistry between the two of you, but you want to feel like it’s magical, right? If you feel like you’re just going through the motions at this point, it’s because you are, Libra. You need to try something new—a new plan for your next date night, a new position or toy in the bedroom, literally anything to add variety. Do something fun to initiate newness in your relationship, and see what happens! You may find that things drastically improve—or might be a total flop. If it is, I’m not saying that you should dump them on the spot (seriously, don’t do that), but it might be a good idea to consider taking a break and trying someone new to make your love life exciting again.

Scorpio

There are some sexual incompatibilities coming up this week, Scorpio. What turns you on might be one of their biggest turn-offs. What used to be your favorite way to get down and dirty with ‘em might not really do it for either of you anymore. You might be feeling frisky and start lovin’ up on your boo, only to be rejected, or even face performance issues in bed (from them or you!). Regardless of the circumstances, you feel like your sex life is totally flopping. As a fixed sign, you’re very stuck in your ways, and you’d rather just ignore the issue and do your thing, but that is not the best way to deal, Scorpio. Mars is in Pisces right now, making you feel especially averse to anything stressful, but you have got to do something about these problems! Speak your mind. Listen to what your partner has to say. Put forth some effort to work together and figure out new, better ways to enjoy each other in bed. Even if it’s weird or awkward at first, you’re totally capable of figuring it out, and once you do, getting it on with your boo will become a more intense, erotic, and intimate experience.

Sagittarius

Even if you’ve been married to your boo for years, your sign always has trouble with fully committing, Sagittarius—and we don’t necessarily mean to a relationship. You hate to feel like you’re stuck in one place or are restricted from doing what you please, and lately you’ve really been struggling. This obviously has a lot to do with the state of the world right now, but still, you might feel your instinct to hightail it outta there kicking in. This feeling is totally eating you alive, and it’s killing you. Pushing your boo away, acting flaky, or just being unresponsive is not how you should handle this situation, Sagittarius. It’s okay to ask for space—your partner will likely give it to you! It really is that simple.

Capricorn

Getting your partner to just un 👏 der 👏 stand 👏 what 👏 you 👏 are 👏 saying 👏 feels like a struggle right now, and you’ve just about had enough! Your relationship wants/needs aren’t matching up with theirs. If you feel like being romantic is far more effort than it’s worth, or if having sex is beginning to feel like a chore, that’s because you’re treating your relationship like a job. You can’t do that, Capricorn! If your relationship seems bland, find a way to spice it up. Do something different on your next date night, send some sexy snaps, write them a love letter, hell, I don’t know, just do something! We’re living in pretty boring times now, but you can have a ton of fun with your boo if you just put forth some effort, Capricorn. Even a spur-of-the-moment activity or surprise will work wonders for your relationship. Your partner will appreciate it and pay it forward later—that way, things will never feel this stale again!

Aquarius

Day-to-day stress is really, really getting to you right now, Aquarius. You’re feeling tons of pressure in your love life, but finding a solution feels impossible! You’re snapping at your boo over the littlest things, you’re never in the mood for sex, and you just need a freakin’ break. Even if you feel like you’re drowning in work and your obligations are just way too much to handle, take a day—just one day—this weekend to set everything to the side and focus on you. Binge your fav Netflix series, read your favorite book, masturbate, buy something new, watch aaaaallllll the makeup tutorials on YouTube and try them out on yourself, whatever makes you happy. Just one day of self-care will do wonders, not only for your day-to-day, but for your relationship, too.

Pisces

You’re reeeaaaally living up to your inconsistent, wishy-washy stereotype right now, Pisces. You’re struggling to commit to your crush/partner/FWB because you can’t make up your mind about how you feel about them. You’re like, totally in love with them one minute, but then, in the blink of an eye, you’re so over it and want nothing to do with them. Whether this is happening with your long-term partner or someone more casual doesn’t matter—that kind of behavior just isn’t cool, period. If you’re confused about your feelings, just tell them. If you’re not ready to commit, let ‘em know. If you need space, you have to speak up. Otherwise, the two of you will end up feeling even more unsure. You love love, but acting this way will only lead to you having no one to share it with. It sounds harsh, I know, but this week’s astro-weather is asking you to check yourself before you wreck yourself! Once you can give yourself time to process your emotions and figure everything out, you’ll feel much better, and your love life will dramatically improve, too.


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The latest sex trend is ‘spite porn’ where people can pay an adult star to send a message to naughty exes

SCORNED lovers are getting adult stars to send messages to their exes in the latest sex trend dubbed ‘spite porn’.  

The term has been coined by dominatrix, Allie Eve Knox, who says people are paying her to shame their former lovers. 

Allie tweeted: “A woman just ordered a custom video from me to send to her ex husband and have me shame him for all the s**t he did while they were together and I’ve never felt more needed in my entire life.” 

Explaining how it works, Allie told Rolling Stone magazine she first reels in the target with saucy scenes to get them hooked, telling them someone bought them a 'special video'. 

Allie then says: “Now that I’ve got you right where I want you, I think I’ll share a little secret with you, a little surprise I’ve been keeping.”

Allie then switches up the tone and says ‘I’ve befriended your ex-wife’, before giving them a humiliating ‘verbal spanking’. 

The woman who requested the clip gave Allie a list of her ex-husband’s specific flaws, as she thought the video would be a great way for him to hear “what a terrible person he is”. 

Allie hurls insults at him, which include calling him "selfish, careless and stupid".

According to Allie the content was: “His porn obsession, his narcissism, how he is self absorbed. Stuff that could speak to most men.” 

Her tweet has since gone viral, as people praised the ex-wife for coming up with the idea, and Allie for executing it with perfection.

Some people called for 'spite porn' to become its own category, with one person commenting: "This should be a whole category on Clip sites."

Another wrote: “I salute that woman for being a real one to her feelings and how she expresses them.”

A third said: "Oh wow this is like the best way to make your ex hear your grievances."

And this person thought: "This is epic!!!! Yessssss! LOL. 

“This woman must have a good sense of humor.”

Plus we revealed phone sex has soared in lockdown with Sheffield and Belfast the horniest cities – but how does your local town tally up?

And the ultimate lockdown sex survey reveals 59% of you have done it in the lounge and nearly HALF have used sex toys.

While this innocent phone habit could actually mean your partner is cheating on you.

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Love Island's Molly-Mae confirms she had secret sex with Tommy Fury in the villa

MOLLY-MAE Hague has finally revealed she DID have sex with Tommy Fury in the Love Island villa.

Molly, 20, and Tommy, 21, met on last summer's series of the ITV2 dating show but have always remained coy about just how frisky they got.



At the time, fans were convinced the couple were the first of the 2019 pairings to have sex on the show.

Just a fortnight after the series kicked off, Molly-Mae and Tommy were filmed getting very hot and heavy under the covers.

As Tommy moved vigorously, Molly-Mae gasped: "Jesus Christ!"

But when later questioned about it, Molly-Mae snapped to The Sun Online: "Private life is private life."

However, the star hasn't been quite so short in a new YouTube video, admitting she and Tommy did go all the way.

In the footage titled 'Answering Your Juicy Assumptions', Molly's sister Zoe asked her to respond to a series of assumptions by fans.

Three questions in and Zoe asked: "You and Tommy had sex in the villa…"

Giggling nervously, Molly-Mae held her fingers in a peace sign and replied: "Um..yeah. Yes we did. Next question!"

Despite not winning Love Island, Molly-Mae and Tommy have outlasted the 2019 champs Amber Gill and Greg O'Shea.

But although they live together in a swish Manchester apartment, there are no signs of wedding bells.

In fact, Molly has warned Tommy NOT to propose to her.

Molly-Mae also revealed: "Tommy would literally propose to me tomorrow if I would let him.

"But I keep saying, 'No, let's just wait, let's just wait,' because I'm too young.

"It will happen one day and it's something we can look forward to together, so I just wanna leave it for another day."

Molly-Mae also admitted that she would like a baby with Tommy, but again feels too young.

Meanwhile, Molly-Mae has lifted the lid on her post-Love Island bank balance.

Confessing that her appearance on the show was a 'business move', the social media influencer now has a very healthy bank balance. 

When asked if she has six figures in her account, Molly sheepishly replied: "Yeah… We will just leave it at that. Six figures, yeah… Yep."

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Prince Andrew and ANOTHER sex slave

Prince Andrew and ANOTHER sex slave: MoS uncovers evidence the Duke of York was in paedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s New York mansion at the same time as a victim of the horrifying abuse

  • An investigation by The Mail on Sunday has uncovered compelling evidence that a woman was sexually assaulted and forced into a sham lesbian marriage
  • The Duke has always insisted he never saw anything that aroused his suspicion
  • The revelation the Prince is believed to have been a Epstein’s house at the same time as the victim who endured such an appalling ordeal will raise questions

Prince Andrew was at the New York mansion of paedophile billionaire Jeffrey Epstein at the same time as a young woman understood to have been abused for years as a sex slave.

An investigation by The Mail on Sunday has uncovered compelling evidence that the woman – who was in her 20s at the time of the Duke of York’s visit – was groomed by Epstein as a teenager, sexually assaulted and forced into a sham lesbian marriage.

Court papers seen by this newspaper say the abuse she suffered, which continued after Andrew’s infamous 2010 visit to Epstein’s £60million home, was so ‘perverted’ that lawyers considered it too graphic to be included in official public legal documents. 

The revelation that the Prince is believed to have been under Epstein’s roof at the same time as a victim who endured such an appalling ordeal will raise further questions about what Andrew knew about his financier friend’s criminal activities.  

Prince Andrew leaves sex offender Jeffrey Epstein’s home and the two men go for a stroll together through New York’s Central Park

The Duke has always insisted he never saw anything that aroused his suspicion. But the latest revelations will add to the clamour for him to assist the FBI with its probe into Epstein’s sex-trafficking ring. 

Andrew has been accused of refusing to co-operate with US investigators, but has said he is willing to talk to law enforcement agencies. 

In the documents, the woman is referred to as ‘Katlyn Doe’ – a pseudonym to protect her identity. 

The Mail on Sunday has amassed evidence from eyewitnesses and official records that indicate she visited Epstein’s MoS uncovers evidence Duke of York was in paedophile Epstein’s New York mansion at same time as victim of horrifying abuse vast townhouse on the Upper East Side during Andrew’s six-day stay, during which he was photographed waving from the door. 

A source, who was also inside the property at the time, believes the woman may even have given the Duke a foot massage while he watched the movie The King’s Speech at a private screening with Epstein. 

Katlyn’s lawyer Bradley Edwards said last night: ‘I cannot discuss any of the current cases being litigated.’ 

Andrew has already been accused of having sex three times with another of the financier’s victims, Virginia Roberts, including once in 2001 in Epstein’s New York home.

The Duke has repeatedly and strenuously denied the claims. Katlyn endured seven years of shocking sexual abuse by Epstein, according to a lawsuit filed at a court in New York. 

The now infamous photo of Prince Andrew with Virginia Roberts taken in 2001

‘Jeffrey Epstein … used fraud, the threat of force, or coercion to cause [her] to engage in commercial sexual acts the details of which are too graphic and perverted to include in this public hearing,’ legal documents state. 

She met the paedophile when she was aged 17. At the time she was suffering from an eating disorder and another unspecified serious medical condition that required surgery. 

Epstein, who died in jail aged 66 last August while awaiting trial on charges of trafficking under-age girls for sex, seized on her vulnerability and began to groom her. 

He gave her free haircuts, beauty treatments and medical care, and made her feel ‘indebted’ so she had to have sex with him. 

The tycoon even flew her to Florida in 2009, when he was still serving a part-time jail sentence for sex offences, and made her have sex with him while he was supposedly on ‘work release’ at his office. 

Around 2013, Epstein proposed paying Katlyn $20,000 so she could afford the surgery she required – but told her that she must first marry a woman who was a ‘recruiter’ of other young women. 

As the recruiter was a foreign citizen, the so-called ‘green card’ marriage would allow her to become a permanent US resident.

A video grab of Prince Andrew peeping out of Jeffrey Epstein’s New York home in December 2010 as he waves goodbye to a brunette

The paperwork was signed by one of Epstein’s associates and the couple posed for photographs ‘to give the appearance that the marriage was legitimate’. 

Katlyn knew that if she did not agree to the marriage and continue ‘to commit commercial sex acts, Jeffrey Epstein would cause her serious psychological, financial, reputational and medical harm,’ the legal papers claim. 

Her ordeal is believed to have been one of at least three fake marriages ordered by Epstein to keep recruiters and friends in America. 

Our source, who was once part of Epstein’s inner circle, said last night: ‘He loved the idea of getting citizenship through same-sex marriages, manipulating the official system. 

Same-sex marriages were just legalised and he thought it’s a great chance to exploit this.’ Epstein paid Katlyn $10,000 but refused to hand over the rest – instead using it as ‘a cudgel to cause [her] to continue to engage in commercial sex acts’. 

He stopped having sex with Katlyn in 2014 – when she was 25 – because she was ‘too old’. 

She was forced out of an apartment provided by Epstein, leaving her without anywhere to live. 

Katlyn divorced in 2017 but was never paid the remaining $10,000. Last week, the MoS’s source claimed Epstein arranged for three young women to meet Andrew during his stay. 

She claimed the Duke treated his friend’s house ‘like it was his’ and stayed in an opulent bedroom dubbed ‘Room Britannica’. 

One of the women was named as Latvian-born model Lana Zakocela, who has said she attended a gathering at the house but does not know if the Prince was there. 

Miss Zakocela is not the woman named in legal documents as Katlyn Doe. 

The MoS source said last night she was shocked at the way Epstein treated some of those at the bottom of his ‘hierarchy’ of women. 

‘Epstein didn’t encourage us all to be friends because he didn’t want us to talk and share moments of our personal experience,’ she said. 

Last night, Lisa Bloom, a lawyer representing five of Epstein’s victims, said: ‘This new report only underscores the need for Prince Andrew to live up to his promise and finally talk to the FBI.

Justice demands it.’ The Katlyn Doe case is one of a string of civil lawsuits filed by Epstein’s accusers. 

A spokesman for the Duke’s lawyers said: ‘We will not comment on allegations made by a so-called witness who has chosen to wait ten years to come forward and has chosen to remain anonymous.’ 

A friend of Andrew added: ‘They insinuate the Duke has somehow done something wrong or is acting as if he’s above the law. The opposite is the case.’ 

Additional reporting: Valeria Sukhova

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I had drunken sex with my boss’s ex-boyfriend and worry he’ll sack me if he finds out – The Sun

DEAR DEIDRE: I HAD drunken sex with my boss’s ex-boyfriend but I feel so guilty now reality has hit.

I’m a guy of 26 while my boss’s ex is 34.

I’ve been working for my friend, who is also my boss, for almost a year. I work from home.

His ex-boyfriend has been speaking to me for around six months, mostly online.

I was home alone one night a couple of months ago, feeling miserable and ended up getting really drunk.

I called this guy and he came over to my flat.

We had a couple of drinks and ended up sleeping together.

I feel so guilty about it, as my boss is also my friend.

I spoke to my line manager and he said my boss would sack me if he ever found out.

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DEIDRE SAYS: You and this guy are both single and none of us have rights over an ex.

But there is a power imbalance if your friend/boss resents you getting together with his former partner.

Ask his ex to ensure your night together remains private.

But if your boss does find out, he has no right to sack you.

If he tries, contact Acas, which helps with all kinds of workplace issues (acas.org.uk, 0300 123 1100).

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Clip of Biden sex accuser's mother phoning into Larry King emerges

New clip emerges of Joe Biden sexual assault accuser Tara Reade’s mother phoning Larry King 27 years ago to ask if her daughter should go to the press about a ‘prominent senator’

  • A 1993 clip has emerged showing a concerned mother calling into CNN’s Larry King about her daughter’s problems with a ‘prominent senator’
  • Former Joe Biden staffer Tara Reade confirmed it is her mother’s voice 
  • Reade filed an official criminal complaint against Biden on April 9
  • She claims he sexually assaulted her in her 20s when she was on his staff 
  • Her superiors in Biden’s office did nothing about her complaints, she says
  • Biden has vehemently denied the accusations and that a complaint was made
  • The new clip appears to confirm Reade spoke about the assault at the time 

A 1993 clip has emerged of the mother of Vice President Joe Biden’s sexual assault accuser speaking to CNN’s Larry King about her daughter’s alleged assault.

The video appears to back former Biden staffer Tara Reade’s claims that she told her mother about the harassment related to her boss 27 years ago.

Reade filed an official criminal complaint against the now presumptive Democratic presidential frontrunner on April 9, accusing Biden of shoving his hand under her skirt and penetrating her with his fingers while they stood in a senate corridor, an accusation he denied.

The latest evidence to emerge shows Reade’s mother Jeanette Altimus calling into the Larry King Show in August 1993, the same month that Reade left Biden’s staff, and anonymously asking a panel’s advice on her daughter’s ‘problems’ with a ‘prominent senator’.

There is no mention of sexual assault in the clip. 

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A new clip appears to show Tara Reade’s mother Jeanette Altimus calling into Larry King and asking about her ‘problems’ with a ‘prominent senator’ in 1993. The clip does not mention sexual assault allegations. Reade filed a formal complaint against the VP this month

Former Biden staffer Tara Reade claims she was sexually assaulted by the Vice President in 1993 when she was in her 20s. She claimed she complained to her superiors in Biden’s office but got nowhere. A new clip with appears to show her mother speaking to Larry King after the alleged assault could back Reade’s claims that she reported the assault in 1993

VP Joe Biden has vehemently denied Reade’s claims she was sexually assaulted

Reade, who was in her 20s at the time of the alleged assault, had previously revealed Altimus called into the show when she told her about the sexual assault claims 27 years ago but was unable to remember the exact date or year of the phone call.

When news of her official complaint against Biden first emerged, Reade said she had told her mother, brother and a friend about the assault at the time. She said her mother urged her to go to the police.

Her brother Collin Moulton and the anonymous friend confirmed this, but Altimus died in 2016.

The new clip was discovered by The Intercept and Reade confirmed that it was her mother’s voice on Twitter.

‘I remember it being an anonymous call and her saying my daughter was sexually harassed and retaliated against and fired, where can she go for help? I was mortified,’ Reade told The Intercept.

The CNN clip does not reference sexual harassment or anyone being fired but features an anonymous woman asking if her daughter should go to the press because of problems with a senator.

The interview featured in a program King aired on August 11, 1993, titled, ‘Washington: The Cruelest City on Earth?’ and the caller was identified as a woman dialing in from San Luis Obispo, California.

Records show that August 1993 was he last month Reade worked with Biden’s office and that Altimus was living in San Luis Obispo County at the time.

The 1993 clip shows an anonymous caller form California speak to Larry King about her daughter’s problem with a ‘prominent senator’. Reade said it is her mother’s voice

The anonymous caller asked the panel whether her daughter should go to the press but they did not offer any advice. Reade had mentioned her mother’s call in previous interviews

‘I’m wondering what a staffer would do besides go to the press in Washington?’ the caller asked.

‘My daughter has just left there, after working for a prominent senator, and could not get through with her problems at all, and the only thing she could have done was go to the press, and she chose not to do it out of respect for him.’

The panel did not offer any suggestions or advice to the caller but talked about whether they would leak news on a rival to the press.

Reade responded to the clip on Twitter, identifying the voice as her mother’s.

‘This is my mom. I miss her so much and her brave support of me,’ she wrote.

‘I discussed the Larry King call w reporters last year and on Katie Halper publicly. Thank you for posting.

‘I miss my mom as she died 4 years ago. Her indignation of how I was treated prompted her to reach out in 1993.

‘Thank you to those who found the Larry King episode I told reporters about.

‘My mother was so brave and supportive. It has been an emotional day to hear her voice again. How I wish she knew how much I appreciated her love hug your mother if you can.’

Reade posted an image on social media of what she looked like in 1993, the year she alleged Biden sexually assaulted her. A new clip has emerged with appears to back her claims that she told her mother, brother and a friend about the alleged assault when it happened in 1993

An undated photo of Reade that she included in a social media post about her assault claims

Just before filing the complaint on April 9, Reade said in a tweet (pictured) that those who ‘silence sexual assault & sexual harassment survivors’ are complicit in the alleged abuse, without naming whom she was referring to. VP Biden has denied the accusations

Tara Reade filed the complaint about the alleged assault with the Washington Metropolitan Police Department in Washington, D.C. on April 9 after going public with her story in March.

She revealed that the statute of limitations on the allegation had passed, but that ‘there is justice in just being heard in a dignified way.’

Reade was among the women who came out last year alleging Biden was too handsy but did not make her allegation of sexual assault until speaking with journalist Katie Halper for her ‘Katie Halper Show’ podcast on March 25.

Reade told Halper that the assault occurred after she was told to deliver a gym bag to the then-senator. Reade said she tracked down Biden on Capitol Hill and he remembered her name.

‘And then we were alone. And it was the strangest thing. There was no, like, exchange really, he just had me up against the wall,’ she said.

She said she was wearing a work skirt, but no pantyhose.

‘He just had me up against the wall and the wall was cold,’ she said. ‘His hands were on me and underneath my clothes. He went down my skirt and then up inside it and he penetrated me with his fingers. He was kissing me at the same time,’ she said.

She said that when she ‘pulled back,’ Biden ‘looked annoyed.’

Reade said Biden said to her, ‘Come on man, I heard you liked me.’

‘He implied that I had done this,’ she told the podcast host.

At first Reade didn’t want to mention the other quote that got stuck in her head, but then she told Halper what it was.

‘You’re nothing to me,’ she claimed the senator said to her. ‘Nothing.’

Democratic U.S. presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden has not yet responded to the new clip that may be evidence of an alleged sexual assault

Reade said that she had attempted to bring up her concerns about the alleged assault to her superiors in Biden’s office but got nowhere, a claim that the new clip of her mother appears to back.

She had previously said that in 1993 Biden, then still a senator from Delaware, touched her several times and made her feel uncomfortable.

Reade also said her duties were cut after she refused to serve drinks at an event. Biden, she claims, had wanted her serving because he liked her legs. The former staffer said she later felt pushed out and left in August 1993 after only nine months.

Biden and his campaign have fiercely denied the claims.

‘Women have the right to tell their story, and reporters have an obligation to rigorously vet those claims,’ Deputy Campaign Manager and Communications Director Kate Bedingfield said.

‘We encourage them to do so, because these accusations are false.

‘Vice President Biden has dedicated his public life to changing the culture and the laws around violence against women. He authored and fought for the passage and reauthorization of the landmark Violence Against Women Act. He firmly believes that women have a right to be heard — and heard respectfully,’ she told Politico.

‘Such claims should also be diligently reviewed by an independent press. What is clear about this claim: it is untrue. This absolutely did not happen.’

The newly discovered clip drew much attention on social media and was shared by the likes of Donald Trump Jr.

‘OMG. Even today’s media will have a hard time not covering this, but they will try desperately.’ he wrote.

‘Joe Biden isn’t sheltering in place in his basement bunker because of the pandemic, he’s hiding from Tara Reade.’

‘In 1993 the mother of Tara Reade was so disturbed by what her daughter told her @JoeBiden did to her, & the lack of help she said she got from his staff, that she called Larry King to talk about it the week Tara stopped working for him,’ said activist Shaun King.

‘TARA READE IS TELLING THE TRUTH’, tweeted actress and #MeToo advocate Rose McGowan.

Others highlighted that the new clip provides evidence that Reade complained to Biden’s office in 1993.

‘This is an important piece of additional reporting further bolstering the claims of #TaraReade, and undermining the story that has been told by the Biden campaign that no one EVER complained of harassment in his office,’ wrote The Hill reporter Krystal Ball.

‘Will @UDelaware release the records??’

The University confirmed the records ‘will remain closed to the public until two years after Mr. Biden retires from public life’, according to journalist Rich McHugh.

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Run writer admits original sex scenes were ‘so dirty that producers couldn’t look her in the eye’ after reading scripts – The Sun

RUN creator Vicky Jones has admitted her original sex scenes were so "filthy" that producers couldn't look her in the eye.

She revealed some of the raunchy romps she wrote for the Sky rom-com's stars Merrit Wever and Domhnall Gleeson left network bosses "horrified" because they were like porn.

Vicky told Harper's Bazaar: "God, earlier drafts were so much worse!

"People at [the show’s network] HBO were like, ‘I think it could be dirtier’ and so I’d write it so filthy that [the producer] Jenny Robbins could barely look me in the eye afterwards.”

She went on: "Everyone was horrified! Seriously, people were like, 'That’s gonna go straight on YouPorn' – just the words!"

Vicky added that they made the stars act out the sex scenes but said it "wasn't sexy because it was too much" and they cut them back.


Run focuses on Ruby Richardson [Merrit] and "anti-hero" Billy Johnson [Domhnall], who were in a relationship during their college years but have since drifted apart.

When they were in college 17 years before, the pair made a pact that if one of them texted the word ‘RUN’ and the other replied with the same, they would both drop everything to go to Grand Central Station in order to embark on a trip across America.

One day, the fateful message arrives in Ruby’s inbox, which marks the start of their adventure.

The show is executive produced by Fleabag creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge, who also pops up in the series as the character of Laurel.

Domhnall previously admitted the unlikely romance between Billy and Ruby is what appealed most to him about the project.

He told BT.com: “The love of your life that you don’t see any more, then are suddenly reunited with – that’s always been a big theme in drama and storytelling.

“It’s a very potent thing, especially when it’s your first love as well. That adds a whole extra layer.

The show will be released on Sky Comedy and NOW TV on Wednesday, April 15 at 9pm.

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Your Safest Sex Partner During The COVID-19 Pandemic Is…Yourself

  • The new coronavirus pandemic has forced people to practice social distancing and stay home, which raises the question of whether or not sex is safe during this time.
  • The NYC Health Department also recently released guidelines for sex and novel coronavirus.
  • Experts say that sex is not 100 percent safe during COVID-19, though it may be okay to engage in sexual activity with a partner with whom you’ve been self-isolating for a while.

Life has changed super fast thanks to the new coronavirus. But one thing that hasn’t changed for many people is the desire to connect with others, and the desire to have physical intimacy.

So far, there have been 163,539 cases of confirmed or presumptively positive novel coronavirus in the U.S., per the latest report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), updated April 1. But the situation continues to evolve minute to minute, as does our understanding of what’s currently considered safe to do—staying home, practicing social distancing, washing your hands a ton. But what about sex?

The same-old rules of safe sex certainly apply, but there’s a bit more you need to know to protect yourself and your current (or potential) sexual partners right now. Read on for answers to a few questions experts have been asked about sex in the time of novel coronavirus. Knowing what you can—and what you shouldn’t—do will give you some much-needed peace of mind, and you’ll be able to get it on as safely as possible.

Q: Can the virus spread through sexual activity?

A: Unfortunately, yes. You likely already know that the novel coronavirus spreads via respiratory droplets, like when someone coughs or sneezes on you or a nearby surface (although just how long these droplets hover in the air or survive once they’ve landed is yet to be determined). After that, “if you touch someone or something that has the virus on it and then touch your face, the virus can enter your system through your nose or mouth,” says Natasha Bhuyan, MD, a specialist in infectious diseases and family physician in Phoenix, Arizona.

So, even if you aren’t kissing while engaging in some type of sexual activity, even cuddling or being physically close with a person who’s carrying the virus can increase your risk of catching it, Dr. Bhuyan points out. And, naturally, direct contact with saliva or nasal mucus (like if you’re kissing or making out, or if you get it on your hands and then touch your face) will do the trick, too.

To get more in the weeds here, the virus hasn’t yet been detected in semen or vaginal fluid as far as experts know—but it has been detected in feces. This means that if a particle of fecal matter comes into contact with your mouth, it could lead to infection, says Dr. Bhuyan.

But even if you abstain from kissing or other forms of oral pleasure and stimulation, remember: Regardless of whatever in-person sexual activity you’re considering (vaginal intercourse, anal, foreplay, etc.), you’re at an increased risk of contracting or spreading the virus if you’re within 6 feet of someone. As such, all physical contact falls into the risky category, says Sandra Kesh, MD, an infectious disease specialist and deputy medical director at Westmed Medical Group in Purchase, New York.

An important note: This is true even if you and your partner(s) are feeling perfectly healthy and well. You or a partner could be carrying the virus with mild symptoms or without any symptoms whatsoever, per the CDC. For this reason, one of the most caring things you can do for yourself and any sex partners is to keep your distance (physically!).

Q: So…is it safe to have sex during COVID-19?

A: Nope, not 100 percent safe. That being said, there is a difference between having sex with a partner in your home and sex with someone totally new, says Dr. Bhuyan.

Does that mean a live-in partner, for instance, is okay?

“If you’re in a committed relationship and know their risk is low and yours is, too, that’s the only scenario when I would say it’s okay to have sex right now,” says Dr. Kesh. Why? Put simply, you know where they’ve been. If you and a partner live under the same roof and you’ve been self-isolating for weeks, your risk of picking up the virus (and passing it on) is far lower than it would be if you were still out and about and crossing paths with other people. So, go for it—but *safely* (more on that later).

What about brand-new sex partners?

Swipe right, sure, but your best bet is keeping all your intimacy online for the time being. “The biggest no-no is meeting up with people who you don’t know,” says Dr. Kesh. “I’d absolutely avoid casual contact or taking on new partners, because that’s where you’re putting yourself in a much more exposed situation.”

Unfortunately, you just don’t know if someone else (or you!) could be carrying the virus, so the safest assumption is that it’s a possibility. And, of course, you’re also putting others at risk if you have to travel to see each other. While it totally sucks to put your in-person sex life on hold, this is one way you can keep yourself safe and do your part to help reduce the spread of the virus overall.

There is one silver lining: Now’s a great time to get creative, says Dr. Kesh. Sexting, video chat, phone calls, and co-watching porn are all risk-free alternatives (and when this pandemic has blown over, imagine how *great* the sex will be when you do finally meet up IRL). Just remember to sanitize your phone, keyboard, touch screens, and sex toys before and after you get it on, says Dr. Kesh.

Q: If a partner is in my household, how can we have sex as safely as possible?

A: Safe sex during a pandemic may be slightly more hygienic than what you’re used to on a typical day. Here, how to get fresh and clean before you get down and dirty:

  • Wash your paws. You know the drill: Lather up your hands with soap and water, then scrub for a good 20 seconds frequently and before and after you hit the sheets. Alternatively, a hand sanitizer with 70 percent alcohol works, too, says Dr. Kesh.
  • Sanitize surfaces. When you’re stuck at home, you might as well get it on wherever you want (the laundry room, kitchen counter, floor…). Just make sure to wipe down surfaces as well as sex toys and any other go-to accessories with a disinfectant or soap and water before you and after you get it on, says Dr. Bhuyan.
  • Know your boundaries if you’re an at-risk person. It’s extra important to take precautions if you or your partner is immunocompromised or part of a vulnerable population (like being an older adult), says Dr. Bhuyan. Chances are, you already have your own house rules to protect yourselves, but talk to your doctor to be sure about what’s okay and what you’re best off skipping (sex might be off the table).

Q: Anything I should know about COVID-19 and masturbation?

A: “Masturbation is the one foolproof thing you can do,” says Dr. Kesh. Yay! It also makes for an awesome stress-reliever to help you get some shut-eye if COVID-19 anxiety is keeping you up at night. The same hygiene rules apply: Before and after, wash your hands along with any sex toys and your keyboard or touch screen. These simple steps lower your risk of catching the virus significantly, says Dr. Kesh.

The bottom line: In the time of coronavirus, your safest sex partner is, well, you! The next-safest person is an established partner you’ve been sharing your space with. Otherwise? Now’s the time to get creative and use technology for sexual activity.

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Sex toy brand gives 'stay at home' discount to encourage people to masturbate

Miss hooking up?

You’re not alone. Global pandemics and an active social life are mutually exclusive.

But, alas, we must stay indoors.

To make that a bit easier, a sex toy brand is offering a quarantine-friendly discount to encourage people to masturbate at home instead of going out.

UK online sex toy retailers Kandid is offering 25% off products to help people stay happy, well and entertained at home.

And if case anyone wants to try experiment with anal play and the like, they’re also throwing in a free bottle of lube.

The LGTBQ+ friendly sex toy store has started to see a climb in sales, due to customers spending more time at home.

And so they decided to put up a 25% off discount with the code ‘stay at home’.

The brand believes in masturbation to deal with the general stresses of day to day life as well as with the anxious times we’re living in now.

You don’t need to tell us twice.

Elle Vooght, sexual wellness Doctor at Kandid tells us: ‘I’d recommend making masturbation part of your weekly or event daily self-care routine. Self-pleasure is a proven wellness tool that has a multitude of health benefits. 

‘Regular masturbation can reduce anxiety, help with relaxation and deep sleep, and create happy hormones. Plus it’s just fun.’

Kandid was started in 2019 by Londoners by couple Josh and Greg wanted to launch an inclusive sex toy brand.

Josh Morris, Co-founder of Kandid said: ‘With the prospect of long periods of time at home either alone or with your partner, we wanted to help people find new ways to explore and fill their time. There’s never been a better time to relax and let yourself be playful.’

He also stresses that the products come in discreet packaging, should anyone be embarrassed or cautious of anyone coming across them.

Josh adds: ‘We are both members of the LGBTQ+ community and share a desire to remove the stigma around sex and toys for everyone.

‘We’ve designed our products, packaging and branding in a way that doesn’t scream sex – branding that could be used to sell clothing – as a way of empowering nervous and beginner shoppers to feel more comfortable.’

You can shop the range on the Kandid website.

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The Kim Kardashian Sex Tape Book Is a Real Thing … And the Kards Are PISSED About It!

Now that every headline is about pandemics and global financial crises, it can be comforting to reflect on a time when the Kim Kardashian sex tape was big news.

For those of you who are too young to remember, allow us to set the stage:

In 2007 Kim would’ve been happy to be called a D-lister.

After all, that would’ve meant that someone knew her name and was talking about her.

At the time, she was best known as Paris Hilton’s friend and occasional closet organizer — not to mention Nicole Richie’s full-time punching bag.

That all changed with the release of Kim Kardashian Super Star, a sex tape that Kim made with then-boyfriend Ray J.

Overnight, Kim became the poster girl for the “famous for being famous” phenomenon.

Actually, Kim became famous through shrewd self-promotion, and she’s remained that way by demonstrating an almost preternatural understanding of trends and markets.

But then, as now, the press favors a simple narrative — and Kim’s rags-to-riches story proved to be especially popular.

So perhaps it should come as no surprise that all these years later, the tale is still inspiring works of fiction.

The aptly-named author Kevin Dickson has penned a novel called Post Famous whose central character, Zia Zandrian, isn an alliteratively-named thirst queen who — at the behest of her even thirstier mother — sells her sex tape for $5 million and instantly becomes famous.

Obviously, the book was inspired by Kim’s own rise to the A-list — and it seems she’s not happy with the similarities.

In fact, according to a new report from Page Six, Kim and Kris Jenner have made moves to prevent the book’s publication.

“It seemed a dead certainty that the deal would happen [with that publisher],” one insider tells the outlet.

“Another author [who writes for] the same publisher even reached out to Kev to say that they were excited because they’d heard that they were [now both] going be published by the same company.”

After a deal was reached, however, the published decided to politely pass on Dickson’s tome.

“It wouldn’t be worth the hassle,” said one source.

“The hassle,” of course, is pushback from Kim and Kris.

It seems lawyers for the Kard clan have made it clear that they plan to sue if the book ever sees the light of day.

It’s a bit surprising, as Kim has never seemed ashamed of her past.

We guess all those years on the A-list changes a person.

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