Toys & Accessories
1. Topless A Go Go Returns!
Daily, 6pm–2am, Condor Club, 560 Broadway, 415-781-8222
You’ve never been, not once? Well, it’s time: Check out the topless entertainment, risqué burlesque dancers and VIP Champagne lounges. And it’s returning so it must be worthwhile. Plus it’s at the legendary Condor Club. Text “CONDOR” to 35350 for your free admission.
As we head into the end of May and the beginning of summer, keep these (mostly) local events on your radar should you feel the need to turn up the heat.
Sunday, May 25, at the Center for Sex & Culture downtown
Just think: Sex with someone you love, and for a great cause.
2. Ask the Doctors: Masturbation
Doesn’t it then seem like this would be the perfect time to kill two birds with one stone?
Throw a little sex accoutrement into the mix. You’ve probably been wanting to mix things up for a while. A mission that can be daunting, but sometimes the smallest gestures have the biggest impact.
But what to do about your sex toys? It’s a completely different challenge but one that you can overcome. So don’t let this happen to you:
I get a ton of emails from people asking me questions about topics that happen to comprise the stuff of popular spams these days (things like Viagra, penis size, sex-related surgery, enhancement drugs, etc.).
But in the last seven days, I also got emails with the following subject lines:
1. No medicine can satisfy your penis needs as ours can.
2. Change your life! Increase your phallus!
3. Ashamed of your size? Manster will help!
4. We are here for you and your penis!
5. Don't be an average man!
“Seniors are still having sex well into their 70s, 80s and 90s.”
“Half of all teens have had oral sex.”
“Married people have more sex than their single counterparts.”
My recent favorite is: “When men and women were asked to choose one thing they couldn't live without—sex, chocolate or alcohol, men said sex was five times more important than chocolate, with alcohol a close second.”
“We never have sex anymore. ... I’m just not that into him/her. ... Do you think we can get our/her/his sex drive back?”
Well, it’s complicated. Did you have it in the beginning? Did you meet someone else? Are you feeling fat, ugly, bored, gay, straight or bitter?
Answers to these questions matter, and not even the best orgasm in the world will help you through some deeper issues. Couples therapy, however, can work miracles.
But let’s assume you’re in a basic run-of-the-mill sex rut—something most couples experience at some point in their relationship.
courtesy of SF Swingers Convention
San Francisco Swingers Convention 2007
Aug. 30-Sept. 4, SF Bay Area
Summer of Love 40th Anniversary
Sept. 2, Sunday, Speedway Meadows at Golden Gate Park
So this means we all have to make the proper modifications to our pads for that inevitable visit by the parental units including, but not limited to, hiding the X-rated paraphernalia, tossing that forgotten pair of undies (that aren’t yours) into the hamper, or throwing open the windows to clear the air of certain odors (not that I’ve had to do any of these things, mind you). I’ve even heard stories of people kicking out their secret live-ins when their parents come to town.