#41 of the Best Sex Advice Blogs!

KP blog #41 on list of top 50 sex advice blogs

I recently had the honor of this blog being listed in the Top 50 Sex Advice Blogs of 2019! I’m so glad that people enjoy the advice I give and stories I tell here, especially since many of them are important to me too.  In case you’re new to my site, or you don’t often … Read more

AskMen Reviews the Pro Course!

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When it comes to learning about sex, the decision to pursue a full course can be a tough one. And while I can tell you all about how great my Sex Hacker Pro Course is, I also know how valuable an unbiased review can be to your decision-making. Will this course be right for you? … Read more

The Science Behind Common Roleplaying Scenarios

Have you ever felt intrigued by living out a fantasy or experiencing a shift in dynamics with your partner? While some may feel these interests are taboo, the desire to roleplay in the bedroom is a very common and healthy one. It taps into instincts through the experience of “safe danger”: the exciting physiological reaction … Read more

The Scientific Secret of the Female Orgasm!

My frequent collaborator Dr. Zhana has an amazing podcast that you may know, called The Science of Sex, and I recently re-listened to one of my favorite episodes from the very beginning about the female orgasm and clitoris. In this episode, Dr. Zhana and Joe Pardavila speak with Dr. James Pfaus about the “elusive” female orgasm, and … Read more

Vaginal vs. Clitoral Orgasms

When it comes to female pleasure, there’s a lot of talk about different types of orgasms. There are many accounts from women who’ve had orgasms from stimulating their nipples, cervix, and even earlobes! But a lot of the conversation centers around internal and external orgasms, and whether every woman can experience both of these types. … Read more

Pleasure Mapping: Sex Hacking Guide to Navigating the Clit

The clitoris is like an iceberg; only a small part of it is exposed, and the majority of it is internal. So it’s not the easiest thing in the world to tell your partner how to touch your vulva, let alone how to find and stimulate your g-spot. There’s a lack of information on female pleasure … Read more