The act was lumped in with general anal sex and general strap-on sex. But perhaps seeing a hole that needed filling, an online contest was held to name the act. When the dust had settled, the word was clear and the world was changed.
A sex act in which the pegger anally penetrates
the pegee with a strap-on dildo.
Authors Cooper S. Beckett and Lyndzi Miller tackle all you’ve ever wanted to know about pegging. How do we do it? What are the right tools for the job? Does it actually feel good? I’m a straight guy, will pegging make me gay? They answer these questions and also talk about safety, male anatomy and the health benefits of being pegged.
Beckett and Miller guide you through your experimentation with this most excellent act in a friendly and conversational fashion, showing you an in-depth look between the cheeks.
Ryan and Jennifer are at that point in their marriage where they ask, “Is this all there is?” Luckily, at a friend’s holiday party, they meet Bruce and Paige, an older couple who seem to have answered that question and then some. Their secret? Bruce and Paige are swingers, and Ryan and Jennifer are about to dive into the deep end, and change their lives forever.
111 couples (including Ryan & Jenn and Bruce & Paige) have descended upon Aphrodite's Resort and Spa, a place of pleasure and debauchery, situated on a strip of white sand beach on the Riviera Maya for a week of the finest food and drink, meeting, flirting, and getting down and dirty in paradise with friends and lovers alike.
This memoir collects personal essays, stories, erotica, and “how-tos,” beginning on a first date with a couple of swingers, working through social anxiety and shyness, recognizing the importance of touch in life, evolving feelings about love, threesomes, orgies, and prostate orgasms, going through a divorce, and leveling up in life and sexuality.
Prudence Osgood is a barely-functioning alcoholic ghosthunter for hire. One night she receives a cryptic, untraceable email and can't resist embarking on an investigation that tugs threads winding through a sinister series of disappear- ances, her former partner's family, and a night twenty years ago when a semi truck nearly killed her.
A year and change after the events of Osgood as Gone, our titular hero has returned. Osgood is confused, exhausted, and dragging along more quirks than she ever remembers having. Unfortunately for all involved, something has hitched a ride back from the space between worlds, and not even Osgood can guess what its plans are.
As a queer non-monogamous writer, Cooper S. Beckett endeavors to create characters that reflect the diverse lifestyles of his friends, his partners, and himself. From that mandate, he writes scary, silly, and sexy books and essays. Beginning his writing career as a podcaster as host of the Life on the Swingset Podcast and speaker in the sexuality education community, he wrote My Life on the Swingset, a memoir of his first five years in non-monogamy, then followed that up with two novels that take a brutally honest look at swinging and polyamory, A Life Less Monogamous, and Approaching the Swingularity. Returning to his first love, the horror genre with first Osgood as Gone, and now Osgood Riddance, has been like a homecoming. From a young age, his obsession with horror movies and books seriously concerned his mother. It probably still does. Given a choice, he would rather winter at the Overlook than the Waldorf. Like Lydia Deetz, he has always thought of himself strange and unusual, be it his perspective on sexuality, monogamy, politics, or where Elder Gods ought to fall in the hierarchy.
He lives in Chicago with Elle, his wife, constant, and binary star, Egon, their ghost terrier, and black cat Willow.