As you may know, Teen Vogue recently released a magazine with an article highlighting Anal Sex, appropriately called, “Anal Sex: What You Need to Know”.  It seems that there are people out there who do not recognize the need for teaching safe sex to young people, and are calling for the magazine to be pulled from stores. An article that dared to help educate those about having SAFE and CONSENSUAL anal sex should be praised. It wasn’t too long ago, when we had Dr. Drew on KROQ’s nightly show, Loveline, answering questions and offering constructive sex education to sex-curious young people. (It’s not like Sex questions have gone away!!!)

At 1-800-SEX TALK we believe that it is essential to learn about safe sex, and consent. Our services are for those who are 18 and over. But even young adults have questions. Our girls are available 24/7, and can help walk you through your sexual curiosities, wonders, and fantasies. Nothing is off-limits to us. Please give us a call today.

And Teen Vogue: Thank You.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sex Ed in high school was pretty outdated, right?

Depending on who you had, you still left the classroom with more questions than answers.

This is why today, we have found an updated video for your Sex Education 2.0.

If you find that you still have questions, are interested in exploring your sexuality, are horny, need or want sex now, feel free to give us a call.

Our girls are here 24/7, and are interested in all things: Sex.

 

1-800-SEX TALK

 

(The complete John Oliver segment can be found here).

 

SDCC is right around the corner!

Preview Night is this upcoming Wednesday, will you be there?

Looking forward to the cosplayers, the artwork, the celebs, and of course–YOU!

Every year, SDCC participants get their freak on. You know what I am talking about. 😜

Gang bang with super heroes? Check!

Guys wanting advice on how to get laid? Check!

Threesome with villains? You got it.

Our hot and horny girls are here for you 24/7.
Go ahead and give us a call!

1-800-SEX TALK

(Ps. Can you guess what we’re dressed up as?)