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My Favorite Sexuality Videos

I'm working on some deadlines, so for this week's blog post I'm bringing you some of my favorite sex positive YouTube channels and videos. I certainly hope you enjoy, and please share and support the work of these fantastic sex-positive voices!

The first video is my all time favorite TED Talk: Erika Lust presenting on feminist porn and how she became an adult film maker. "I don't want to get women out of porn, I want to get women IN to porn!" It gives me chills every time! 

The next video comes from The All Male Review. The host CJ says "fuck" a lot but he also does fantastic reviews of sex toys for men. I highly recommend his channel. This video discusses stigma surrounding sex toys for men and let's not lie, I LOVE IT.

We continue on to Sunny Megatron who also does a lot of sex toy reviews and whose channel I also love. To get a sense of her sex-ed style check out this video on multiple female orgasms:

And now, how about a few good words about sex? Rev Bev to the rescue! Also, check out her speaker profile for CatalystCon Chicago!

Pandora Blake's channel is a go-to for spanking aficionados and also includes some interesting interviews from kinksters and porn performers. Check out her channel and watch this interview with Seani Love and Ron Beastly:

The School of Life channel offers videos on a range of topics from philosophy to economics. There are a few good ones on sex, including this one about sexting:

And finally for the history geeks out there, a wonderful presentation uncovering the evolution of women's under garments!

Thank for reading (and watching). 'Til next time, XOXO -LV


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