Making love in the water is a great way to add spice to your sex life. The key to fantastic sex in the water is making sure you’ve got enough lubrication. Penetration may be a little more difficult than usual because water washes away some of your natural lubrication. Lou Paget tells you how to have sex at the beach, pool and shower.
Recent survey showed 52.5% of women reported that they used vibrators. Vibrator use is significantly associated with a number of really positive health outcomes like getting a gyn exam in the past year, or performing a self-exam. It was also significantly related to sexual desire, arousal, lubrication, orgasm, pain, and overall function.
After Viagra burst on the scene, the drug industry giants scrambled to come out with an equivalent sex aid for women. One lesson we need to learn from this is: sexuality has become medicalized and about profits.
Your sex life is on automatic. You have been with the same person a number of years now. You’re comfortable with your sexual routine: you kiss your partner, they give you oral sex, you then move into missionary position and you’re both done.
Too many women believe there is something sexually wrong with her because she isn’t able to have an orgasm during intercourse. Or she can’t have a G-spot orgasm. How did all of this orgasm craziness get started?
Millions of women have read Fifty Shades of Grey and are curious about BDSM. If the steamy pages of dom/sub play were a new concept for you and you found yourself excited, Becky Knight guides you through products to get your play room started.
The more I have witnessed and become acquainted with the stories of couples, both married and unmarried, the more I am convinced that cheating is both an art and a science. Popular culture has done a great job at magnifying the notions of a great passion and the pursuit of the forbidden.
Dr. Pam answers: What are the main causes of loss of libido in men and women? Which age-group of men are particularly susceptible? What about more unusual and/or weird remedies? Are we programmed to lose our libido?
Part 2. The rose returned. This time it graced her cheeks, then her shoulders and arms. It disappeared momentarily, then she felt it again, now slowly—very slowly—moving down her spine in the small of her back. This time it didn’t deviate from its course to stroke her legs. It continued straight down, gently stroking the crack of her ass before caressing her pussy.