Sex Tips That Don’t Suck

(Content Warning: This video contains graphic descriptions of sex.)

Editor’s Note: While this video discusses sexuality between cisgender men and women in relationships with people of different genders, Everyday Feminism also recognizes the relationships between queer, trans, and gender non-conforming people.

Had enough of sex tips that suck? Most of the sex advice written for heterosexual women focuses on men without a single thought for the pleasure or needs of women.

Patriarchal ideas that tie the value of a woman to the pleasure of a man make for some really bad sex tips, and they can damage the way you see yourself.

So here’s a different kind of message. Take in this eye-opening spoken word piece about real sex tips and take your body back.

With Love,
The Editors at Everyday Feminism


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Desireé Dallagiacomo is a student at the University of New Orleans where she studies creative writing and women & gender. She ranked 3rd in the world at the 2014 Individual World Poetry Slam. She is a Pushcart Prize nominee, the recipient of UNO’s Ryan Chigazola Poetry Scholarship, and, as a member of Slam New Orleans, ranked 3rd in the nation at the 2014 National Poetry Slam. She is a teaching artist for WordPlay Teen Writing Project, The Recovery School District, and The Centre for the Arts. Her work has been featured on, THe Huffington Post,, in Tulane University’s production of The Vagina Monologues, the New Orleans Fringe Festival, Tandem Review, and Words Dance Literary Magazine.

Kaycee Filson is a Theater Artist and Performance Poet from Pennsburg, Pennsylvania. She graduated with a B.A. in Theater (Directing) from Bard College in 2011 and is currently living in New Orleans, LA where she works as the Teen Arts Coordinator at the Contemporary Arts Center, acts as the artistic director for the Live Oak Theater Collective, hosts a monthly live dating show, and competes with slam poetry team, Slam New Orleans (Team SNO). 

Video courtesy of Button Poetry. For more amazing spoken word performances, check them out on YouTube and Facebook.