In an interview with Sting, the musician claimed that regular yoga practice had helped him to have fabulous sex for hours. Whether that statement is true may only be judged by his partner. Either way, according to our author Konstanze, there’s strong evidence that yoga can be the key to better sex.
The most important thing to consider is: every body is different. Some of us can become moist in a relatively short amount of time, even with very little non-penetrative stimulation. Others, on the other hand, don’t become nearly as moist – it’s all a matter of natural design. And that’s completely okay. But one thing is for certain: a moist vagina is not the only ‘true’ sign of a woman’s arousal. Otherwise, why would lubrication exist!? Nevertheless, many women and men wonder: what actually happens to the body when it gets aroused? We’ll explain – without giggling.
There is a new rumor making the rounds online: the dead vagina syndrome. Women report of being unable to orgasm during masturbation or sex with a partner. The supposed cause of the crisis? Too much masturbation. Those affected speak of a ‘dead’ vagina. We wanted to find out if the dead vagina syndrome is just another rumor or a diagnosis to be taken seriously.
Cooking and eating with your partner isn’t just about the food. After all, lust and culinary delight go hand in hand. Make sure to take the time to prepare a romantic holiday dinner for two and include one of our passion enhancing recipes.
There’s always something new to learn – even when it comes to sex. That’s why our author Edith Löhle invited Dr. Patricia Heitmann for an interview with O Talk. Following her university education in chemistry and education and a subsequent doctorate in educational science, Patricia now focuses on researching love and orgasm. Love psychology, orgasm science and self-confidence formulas – her coaching program for singles and couples has a lot to offer.
I read about a curious case recently. An Australian public official sued her employer because she had injured herself whilst having sex on a business trip. The lawsuit wasn’t successful. The high court ruled that her employer neither directly nor indirectly caused the woman’s sexual behavior. The ruling also stated that sex wasn’t part of the “normal events” that take place during a business trip, such as sleeping, eating or taking a shower.
Munich-based sex therapist Heike Melzer believes that we’ve never faced a sexual revolution quite like this one before. She discusses the scale and nature of the changes in her new book “Scharfstellung: Die Neue Sexuelle Revolution“ (“Sharp Focus: the New Sexual Revolution”). Speaking to O Diaries, she talks about how the Internet, dating apps and sex toys have made a lasting impact on our sexual lives – and in positive ways.