While vaginas that smell of roses and sunshine are unrealistic and only seen in silly marketing campaigns for body perfumes or douches, there are some instances where the odor of your vagina can mean important things for your general health. Find out what your body is trying to tell you!
Who’s heard of eroFame? It’s only one of the biggest exhibitions for adult toys in the world! Here industry leaders meet up to not only make deals, but also to see what the next big trends in sex toys are. Our author Frieda Hintze was on the ground and has put together the three most exciting developments she discovered.
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.
It is quite common to have a reduced libido during pregnancy and after giving birth. That is absolutely human and normal. Eventually, however, the desire to be intimate returns. For some couples this desire returns sooner than it does for other people. The regular question is how long should we wait to have sex again after giving birth – and what you need to watch out for. Let’s find the answers to these questions.
Almost everyone does it. And regularly too. Of course, we’re talking about masturbation. For a while now the stigma around this topic has significantly lessened. Nevertheless, there are still many myths surrounding masturbation. For example, there is still the common belief that it’s possible to masturbate “too much” – and that it can even have consequences for your health. Is that true? We get to the bottom of this!
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.
When it comes to sex, setting the mood and warming things up can be just as important as the main event. However, foreplay often doesn’t get the time or attention it deserves. In fact, a recent Canadian study revealed that the ideal time spent on foreplay for both men and women is 20 minutes. Despite this, most people reported spending only 10 minutes at the most on warming their partner up. How do we avoid falling into this trap? Let’s dive into some tips and tricks to keep your playtime exciting, easy and fresh!
Every relationship goes through different phases. Newly enamored couples often can’t keep their hands off each other, while after a few years some couples encounter longer periods without sex. Here we ask the question: what’s normal for sex in a relationship?