Have you ever wondered what actually goes on inside your body when you reach the Big O? What is it, exactly, that makes it feel SO. DAMN. GOOD? As it turns out, a whole lot of processes are involved in climaxing. While we often refer to orgasm as a destination, or end point, it’s actually much more of a journey.
Why don’t we want to commit anymore? Especially in metropolitan cities, there seems to be a genuine fear of long-term relationships. Our author Anne has made up her mind on the reasons why – and comes up with a simple solution.
You want to try something new in the bedroom? Follow Ana and Christian’s lead! Ever since the release of “50 Shades of Grey,” the sexual practice of “bondage and discipline, dominance/submission, sadism/masochism” or BDSM for short has fascinated people – both men and women. Granted, BDSM is not everyone’s taste, as the practice revolves around submission, pleasure, pain and punishment. However, whoever is turned on at the thought of handcuffs and bondage should consider slowly trying out less-vanilla sex. Our BDSM beginner tips will help you make a smooth start:
We usually don’t advertise much on our own behalf, but today we’ve got a good reason, because we’re offering readers the opportunity to purchase a brand-new Womanizer at a discounted price. From 15th June 2019 you can pick up a Starlet at a hefty discount of €10. Find out more below.
From Sigmund Freud to today: for centuries female sexuality has been a source of irritation for men. The confusion about “what women want” was and remains so fundamental that men have devoted whole libraries to exploring female desire. This is a manifesto on what women really want! Or don’t. Because what we want is actually quite simple–if not easy. It comes down to two things, according to our author Tina Molin.
Business trips are not just about business encounters. Or in other words: Some (hot) negotiations are transferred to the hotel room and carried out between the sheets. This is not a cliché, as two business women who travel a lot reveal in an interview. Let’s call them Anna and Bea.
I first heard about endometriosis from my friend Katharina Braun. When she told me about her illness, I could hardly imagine this radiant, positive person having to lead a daily battle with her body and at times suffer unbearable pain. I am all the more grateful that she patiently answered all of my questions about her condition, offering me an intimate insight into a life with endometriosis.
The hashtag #WhyIDidntReport has gone viral and adds a new – and no less shocking – chapter to the #MeToo movement. Survivors of sexual abuse have been using the hashtag to break the silence and speak up about their experiences. The trend has been triggered by an unfolding national scandal and a tweet from none other than the President of the United States, Donald Trump.