Ever wondered what the difference is between men and woman when it comes to enjoying sex?
Three bisexual girls have taken to YouTube to let the world know what it’s like to be in bed with both genders… and they’re not afraid to hold back.
Popular vlogger Arielle Scarcella posted the video on her channel featuring pink-haired ‘bisexual’ Rachel Anne, ‘queer’ Mia Li and a ‘pansexual’ unnamed third girl.
Both Mia and Rachel are quick to say the girls are ‘sexier’ in bed than women.
‘We are more expressive sexually,’ explains Mia, ‘and this is one of the reasons why I kinda like how porn has figured into society because it’s more acceptable for women to be open about the pleasure they’re feeling because of the model that porn has made.’
All three laugh at the ‘deep-throaty’ noises men make during intercourse before declaring that yes, size does indeed matter.
However, men can take comfort in that being too big is not always desirable.
It’s in this area however, that sex toys can trump the real deal. Rachel points out: ‘You can choose the perfect size if you’re playing with toys with women.’
‘You wouldn’t choose a dildo that was that big,’ she adds holding her hands a small way apart.
But toys also have their downside. ‘I think that when you’re dating a guy,’ says one girl, ‘something that make it much easier is that you don’t have all the equipment like lesbians do.’
‘You don’t have to be like, “Hold on let me get the strap-on!” It’s just easy – wham, bam right there.’
For Mia, it’s crucial a man is ‘anatomically capable’ of reaching her G spot, but if they can pleasure her through ‘hands and toys and mouth’ then she’s happy.
But she does like getting ‘f***ed penetratively’ she admits.
And do the girls approach men and women differently?
‘Guys are kind of intimidated by girls that are really overt and confident,’ says the unnamed girl. ‘So you feel like you’re kind of taking the back seat – or at least I did when I was dating girls. You let them approach you.
‘But I don’t have any trouble approaching females at all,’ she laughs.
Rachel’s conundrum is that she often gets ‘read as straight’ because she’s too socially awkward to approach a man or a woman.
Mia, however, has a different strategy: ‘If I like a guy or a girl I ignore the f**k out of them,’ she says.
So which gender beats which when it comes to sex?
Girls are better at oral sex Rachel believes but Mia explains that both sexes are ‘very good in very different ways’ in bed.
In fact, she adds, ‘It’s not about my pleasure necessarily when I’m going into a sexual interaction with a girl.’
But for Rachel, sleeping with someone ‘is an entire experience so it depends on the individual.’