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With a population of only , there's plenty of space to enjoy the dramatic volcanic scenery and fairy tale forests. Despite the isolation, Iceland has many hidden charms which can beguile and seduce. It's a spiritual place, where sex and nature combine to produce a sensual mix of heady eroticism.
The home of elves, magic and the Northern Lights, Iceland knows how to play to the senses. Don't be fooled by this distant island's glacial image, because Iceland is anything but cold when it comes to sex. Famous for their progressive attitudes towards gender and sexuality, Iceland was the first country to have a political party formed and led by women. They were also the first country to have a directly-elected female head of state. Then, inthey went one better and elected the world's first openly gay head of government, Johanna Sigurdardottir.
Iceland has always paved the way for women's rights and it's one of the few places where women are encouraged to speak out about prejudice, chauvinism and sexual harassment. Every year, there's a "Slut Walk" in downtown Reykjavik - a peaceful march which protests against slut-shaming, sexual violence, victim-blaming and other sexual and legal issues which are a product of modern 'rape culture.
In general, Icelanders venerate women.
Rudeness, disrespect and anything which makes a woman feel uncomfortable in public, will not be tolerated. For instance, when I was in Reykjavik recently, I saw s in restrooms telling women that if they were being harassed or felt threatened, to tell the staff immediately. I tested this theory when I was being bugged by one guy, told one of the wait staff, and the guy was asked to leave the premises straight away.
I was quite shocked, but reassured at the same time and I felt much safer walking around Reykjavik for the rest of my stay, knowing there was this automatic 'protection policy' towards women. Proclaimed as the world's most feminist country, stripping and profiting from nudity were both outlawed inalthough this had an obvious impact on the sex trade prostitution is also illegal and many strip clubs, bars and brothels were forced underground and became unregulated. When it comes to sex tourism, too, Iceland often gets a bad rep, with many websites insinuating that Icelandic women are easy and slutty, which obviously attracts a certain type of tourist.
Once they land on Icelandic shores, however, they soon realize that the locals here will not stand for disrespectful or threatening behavior towards women, whatever their profession. Because all paid-sexual activity has been forced underground, it can be difficult to find what you're looking for if you're after a little BDSM, swinging or fetish role play.
Many Icelanders use the website Einkamal to hook up with like-minded people, but be patient as Icelanders can be a little cautious and furtive when it comes to putting their he above the sexual parapets. Yes, you read that right. Did you know that Icelanders believe in elves? To the locals, elves or "hidden people" as they are more commonly known are very real and some women even claim to have had sex with them, declaring that they are better lovers than mere mortals. So if you want to experience sex with an elf or two, the best way is to wander into one of the forests or through a volcanic valley, tune into nature and wait for an elf to come and whisper naughty things in your ear.
According to one elven sexpert, elves are tall and slim and emit light from their bodies. They can read your sexual mind and know exactly what you want in bed, and they're very skilled in performing oral sex "they have very long tongues. As mentioned, Iceland is very open about homosexuality, transgender and other sexual identifiers. The main scene is obviously in Reykjavik, but Akureyri in the north has a growing LBGT community with new bars and clubs opening all the time.
The annual Gay Pride march through the capital is one of the highlights of the cultural year, for all persuasions, with 85, turning up for the celebrations - that's a quarter of the entire population! More formally called The Iceland Phallological Museum, it holds the world's largest collection of penises and penile parts.
Most exhibits are animal penises, including whales, bulls, seals and even a hamster. The museum also claims to own elf and troll penises, and it acquired its first human penis in when a year old Icelandic man died and donated his member to the museum. You can also visit an exhibition of penis casts of the silver medal-winning Iceland Olympic Handball team from Beijing The casts are shown in a different order to the team photograph on display, so their identities are known only to them and their wives! As mentioned, strip clubs are illegal in Iceland but they get around this by having 'Lingerie Bars' instead.
Inside, they look like a normal strip club, complete with pole, but the staff aren't allowed to use it, only the customers are! You're also expected to buy drinks for the girls and this is how they make money - the more drinks customers buy, the more commission the girls make. They have private rooms you can go to where the girls dance for you, naked. There's a no-touch rule but things like spanking are allowed if you ask. You also get to play your own music and can take photos, so go prepared and you should be able to get a decent, personalized experience for your krona.
Iceland is expensive, for everything, so get saving now. Shooter's Coyote Club www. Formerly known as VIP Club which got shut down, Shooters is a lot seedier than Goldfinger but you can still get some naughty action if you're willing to pay insane prices for shots of very watered down alcohol. They have private rooms and presidential suites, and lots of bachelor parties come here.
Adam and Eva www. It looks like the last place you'd find a sex shop - industrial and surrounded by office buildings and busy freeways but it has everything you need in here. From fetish wear and tons of vibrators, to BDSM, lingerie, massage oils and anal toys, they've got it covered.
You can also order online for delivery, if your Icelandic adventure has taken you to somewhere more remote to try Elf Sex, perhaps? You can also try www. They don't have burlesque shows as you'd know them in the US, but you can get something pretty close with a drag show, especially during Gay Pride season first two weeks in August. Drag-Sugur Gaukurrin www. Taking place on the second or third Friday of every month, they hold public viewings of RuPaul's Drag Stars with their own drag show afterwards using local talent and special guest stars, plus occasional comedy and lots of raucous fun.
It's not a big place and can feel a bit 'divey' but if you get there early enough to bag a table, you can easily settle in for the evening. Lebowski Bar www. There's a bit of a dive-bar feel to this place but it still has a seductive sexy side thanks to a rocking atmosphere, friendly staff and a modern, hip crowd.
They have DJs playing retro music to get everyone in the mood and the walls are covered with thousands of sexy little pin-up pictures and photos which make great conversation starters. There's two floors, with a staircase bordered by tons of Playboy covers, as well as famous album covers on other walls. You can grab a burger, sample a milkshake, or try a local beer on quiz night. Perlan www. Perlan The Pearl in English is a unique restaurant with stunning views over the city, mountains, coast and countryside. It has a very futuristic look, like something from a sci-fi film - a large glass dome sitting upon six huge water tanks.
On the fifth floor, diners can eat under the stars and be treated to super-sensual dishes such as salmon with asparagus and hollandaise sauce, langoustine soup and dark chocolate mousse.
There's a viewing deck outside perfect for catching the Northern Lights plus a Winter Garden where you can catch art shows, photography exhibitions and classical concerts. The staff treat you like royalty and the ambiance exudes romance, passion and a touch of Icelandic naughtiness. Overall it's a one-of-a-kind restaurant which appeals to all five of the senses, making it the perfect place to go with that special someone. Grill Market www. Classic Icelandic local cuisine meets modern, sexy de in this rustic restaurant that's a favorite with the city's environmentally-conscious gourmets.
Obviously, meat is a specialty here, so expect luxury burgers, reindeer steaks, whale, lamb and chicken, all cooked on the 1,degree Celsius smoldering coals of the kitchen. All ingredients are locally-sourced from farms in the area and you won't see an electric oven in sight.
The decor is wood, stone and rock-themed, so you can't get much more Nordic than this. For aperitifs and digestifs, relax in the seductive lounge and enjoy a sexy cocktail or two before the main event. One of the country's most elegant restaurants, every dish here is deed to seduce. Combine a concert with a meal here and you'll soon be feeling up for something very naughty later on.
If you want to splash out, this is the place to come, so dust down your ballgown and prepare to be dazzled. Fish Company www.
The Fish Company is located in the historical and quaint Zimsen building, but more specifically in the old stone cellar which has been eclectically deed to captivate the imagination with shades of whimsy and warmth. A favorite among locals and travelers alike, the Fish Company has deftly reimagined traditional Icelandic cuisine with tantalizing elements of Nordic fusion and adventurous traditionalism.
The striking blend of the rustic and the sophisticated are seamlessly reflected in both its menu and decor. Dill Restaurant www. Simplicity, locally sourced ingredients and the traditional ways and means are but a few of the concepts that make Dill a unique and pleasantly satisfying dining destination. In the evening and dinner hours, the soft lighting creates a particularly stunning romantic atmosphere which couples nicely with the clean and imaginatively prepared New Nordic Cuisine. With the explosion of new culinary ideas being melded with traditional elements of Icelandic cuisine, Dill stands as one of the innovative forerunners of the New Nordic movement.
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Bathrooms have heated marble floors and all the decor has movie star chicness. The bar is glamorous and cocktail-centric, and there's free WiFi and a small spa. Perfect for pampering.Women in Iceland about Love, Sex and Relationships
Hotel Kvosin www. This is a gorgeous and surprisingly spacious hotel in the center of Reykjavik which still manages to retain a sexy boutique feel. The rooms are actually apartments with quirky names ranging from 'Big' to 'Biggest' and there's a fabulous Mountain Suite, too.
Each apartment has a private balcony and is decorated to the height of sparse Icelandic style with nice touches like fur throws, black and white framed prints, Nespresso coffee machines and Soley organic toiletries. It's classy, sexy and simple Icelandic elegance and if you want to really up the romance, the Mountain Suite has a cool roof terrace with views over the snow-topped roofs of the city. Sit up at the bar or melt into the rustic woodwork as you snuggle up to that special someone and watch the snow outside. Located in downtown Reykjavik, the Hotel is an ultra stylish, modern boutique hotel and magnet for artists, hipsters and the contemporary jet set.Women to fuck in Iceland
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