Penis Size – Sex & Stigma

I was just featured in an article for refinery29 that discussed the stigma around small penises and how certain sexual positions make penis size completely irrelevant.

“My name is Kenneth Play and I have an average-sized penis.” This is how I start all my presentations. This topic is clearly very dear to me, and it’s really important to me that we don’t reduce sexuality to equipment (size and how the penis looks), function (how hard and wet), and performance (how long you last and number of orgasms).

Please check out this article. I think this information is so important for penis owners who struggle with size anxiety. The second slide says it best:

“If the measure of a lover was solely based on the size of a guy’s penis, then you could buy a big dildo and have the best lover in the world,” Play says. “And yet, we sell way more vibrators than dildos.”

Also check out my yoga hammock sex hack 🙂

Thrillist calls Hacienda Villa and my PlayLabs one of the top places to explore sex in NYC!

After publishing the article featuring the gangbang gift I helped bring to life, Thrillist surprised me with a shoutout to Hacienda Villa and my PlayLabs in an article about taking sex outside the bedroom in New York. The article, “The Best Underground Sex Clubs and Parties to Explore in NYC,” said it best:

“Seventh-grade sex ed will seem like Sunday School after a session at the Sex Hacking Playlab with sexpert Kenneth Play, held at Hacienda Villa, a Bushwick polyamorous domicile for those practicing non-monogamous relationships.”

Read it here, and be sure to visit my Events page to get your tickets for my next PlayLab at the beautiful Hacienda Villa!

Thrillist Article About a Gangbang Birthday Gift (Featuring Tips by Yours Truly)

I was featured in an article for Thrillist featuring a story about a gangbang birthday gift for my friend’s girlfriend. It’s truly amazing to have male friends who I feel comfortable playing with. For all you heterosexual guys out there concerned about how gangbangs and group play affect your sexuality, let me say that it’s not at all about sexual orientation. That’s in your mind, and only you decide what turns you on. This was about working as a team to celebrate the pleasure of one woman, and it was incredible. We worked so well together, and our mutual respect for each other’s boundaries made for safe, fun, and pleasurable group play. And, of course, the parameters for every group activity are negotiated by the participants, so as long as all parties consent to the play and set up their own personal boundaries, there’s no reason why all men can’t have the experience I did!