Have you ever heard of Nuru massage? Well, now you have. The term refers to the Japanese style of “body-on-body” massage. Here we will explain more on why it’s worth trying out Nuru massage as a couple, and what makes it so special.
Men are dick-driven – at least according to the common claim. Admittedly, reaching for his crown jewels will rarely fail to have an effect, but there are so many more male erogenous zones worth exploring. For those adventurous enough to stray from the center of lust, a whole new world of sexual pleasure awaits, knows our author.
There’s no doubt about it, intimate hygiene is important. However, excessive cleaning of this body area can be harmful, despite the advertising industry wanting you to believe otherwise. What exactly constitutes healthy feminine hygiene? Here’s what you need to know.
Although LGBTQI may sound a bit like a mobile phone contract, it’s actually the acronym for “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Transsexual, Queer and Intersex Life”. But what exactly do the individual terms mean? Trans- or intersexual, queer or gay – our little LGBTQI glossary is here to help (in alphabetical order).
Massages go hand in hand with eroticism like salt and soup and sand with the sea. Maybe you’ve already heard of Lingam massages and have asked yourself, what’s it all about? It’s basically a set of various relaxing movements, all designed to pamper your partner. Our author discovered this and more…
Let’s get this straight – yes, you can contract sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) from oral sex. However, it’s not entirely clear how high the risk associated with oral sex alone is, because most people tend to have vaginal or anal sex before or after oral stimulation. Nevertheless, if you’re changing partners frequently, you should be aware of the risks of contracting chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, herpes, HPV and HIV from oral sex.