Lesbian Sex 101 with Columnist and Entrepreneur Jincey Lumpkin

Jincey Lumpkin is a sex positive columnist for The Huffington Post as well as founder and self-christened Chief Sexy Officer of Juicy Pink Box, a website for lesbians that touts an erotic series of lesbian sex videos. Jincey takes on the most frequently asked questions about lesbian sex in her December 2013 post:

Question: What exactly do you two do?
Answer: The ways we have sex are as varied as straight couples. I’d argue that the sex we have is actually better, because there’s not the looming issue of a hard-on and how the hard-on will be serviced. Women are also capable of multiple orgasms, so there is little to no recovery time. We have oral sex, anal sex, penetrative sex and everything in between.


Question: Do you always use a strap-on?
Answer: No. Again, it depends on the couple, but for me, it’s a sort of “special occasion” thing. I also really like to receive anal sex, so I like to have a strap-on penetrate me there, because it feels nice. Some women or queer folks like to incorporate strap-on sex more regularly. Sometimes we role-play and take on a more masculine character, and, for other people, a masculine role feels generally more comfortable for them.

5) Question: If you like women, why would you have sex with a girl who looks like a boy? Why not just date a man?
Answer: Because men are men. As a lesbian, I’m attracted to the parts and mind of a woman. Men don’t have boobs (well, they do, but they are not developed). I have a very hard time connecting on an emotional level with men. I can have friends that are dudes, but falling in love was tough, because I just don’t relate to men in the same way. We don’t “click.” Also, even with more masculine looking men or queer folks, there is still a feeling of difference from the norm, and that feels right for many of us.

See the full list of questions and answers, complete with memes (NSWF)

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