Stoya Gives the Best Sex Advice We’ve Ever Heard!

This may be a little late but the knowledge our Sweetheart of Smut Stoya just dropped will last forever.


Take a look at the article from Holy Moly!


Common bloody sense

Wed, 22/01/2014 – 17:27 by Becca Day-Preston

Usually, when Holy Moly is reporting on the porny end of the scale, we’re talking about a celebrity sex tape or topless celebrity selfies, or James Deen’s mainstream career. We’re rarely talking about what actual porn stars are actually saying. Today, though, we had to make an exception, as Stoya (come on, we know you know that name…) has written a column for the New Statesman, giving sex advice for teenagers that manages to be honest, reassuring and more educational than pretty much anything kids are taught in school…

The article accompanies a video Stoya made with the Adult Performer Advocacy Committee, which is well worth a watch. The article itself is excellent, too, especially the bit that gives 8 common sense and completely vital tips on how to, you know, have a healthy and consensual sexual relationship:

1. Ask the people you will be having sex with what their preferences and limits are. This fosters active consent and encourages communication.

2. In order for a sexual partner to be able to give you what you want, you have to tell them what your desires are. A sexual partner can’t respect your limits if you don’t express them.

3. It is completely OK to retract your consent during a sex act. You can say that something is more intense than you thought it would be and you are no longer OK with it. If you do not speak up your partner(s) have no guaranteed way of knowing that you are unhappy or uncomfortable.

4. If a sexual partner says something hurts, uses a “safe word” or other signal to communicate that they want the sexual interaction to stop, or just looks unhappy, freaked out, or generally not OK, you need to stop what you’re doing and check in with them.

5. If your partner(s) are drunk or high, their ability to consent is questionable. If they’ve previously expressed distaste for anal sex and are slurring “Fuck my asshole” you should politely decline and bring the subject up later when they’re sober. This applies to any sexual act that you have not previously engaged in with this person.

6. As a general rule, don’t penetrate an orifice, pee, vomit, or bleed on someone, or slap them around without discussing the act first.

7. If your sexual partner(s) express a limit or ask for something to stop and you do not respect it, you are stepping onto a scale that ranges from “jerk” to “full-on rapist”. Personally, I don’t want to be on that scale at all, and I don’t want to engage in sexual activity with anyone who does hang out on that scale.

8. If one of your sexual partners steps on to the jerk-to-full-on rapist scale, call them out on it. You have the right to end the sexual activity you are engaged in and to decline sexual activity with them in the future.

We hate to come over all Twitter but, you know, THIS. Just…THIS.

We’re currently living in a time where the Coalition government recently voted not to teach children about consent within sexual relationships. For all the hoo-ha about kids ‘learning about sex from porn’- is that so bad if it’s precisely the people who make porn who are disseminating these messages of consent?

Nice one, Stoya.

If right on analysis of consent is a bit TL;DR for you, here’s the short version: consent is really fucking important.


Lucky for you consent comes standard with all Stoya’s Fleshlights




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