It’s a must-read for any teen who thinks they might be queer—or knows someone who is.
Queer also includes personal stories from the authors and sidebars on queer history.
Make sure you check in with your partner (outside of the bedroom, when you aren’t being sexual with each other) to see if there’s any words that they want you to avoid during your dirty talk.
One good way to test the waters (and to get more comfortable) with your partner is to send them some naughty text messages to see how they respond.
Read on to the “Dirty Talk: Beginner Level” section for some examples of places to start, or go with something from the heart (or crotch).
I fucking love you and your perfect/delicious/sexy big/little (body part).”“I love having sex with you” transforms into “I love it when you grab the sheets when you’re about to come.
I love how your breath pauses when I put my mouth on your (insert partner’s preferred name for their genitals here).
They want to have sex more often but it just doesn’t cross their mind all that often. Any statement about what you have liked doing with them, or that you are envisioning doing with them, is a great way to ease into a super-vocal sex session.