Sure, playing alone is fun. But why play alone when you an invite your partner to join the fun? Mutual masturbation is one of the most beneficial activities for your relationship and your intimacy. Just check out these six little-known benefits…
Our author Nadia Bokody is often asked by concerned readers whether she thinks they’re watching “too much porn”. And she always gives the same answer. Here it is…
With increasing popularity in books and movies like 50 Shades of Grey, BDSM and bondage are no longer the mysterious or stigmatized concepts they once were. If you are interested in diving into this world, it’s important to know a bit about the practice. Restraints are an especially popular starting point but before you attempt advanced shibari, which is the erotic art of bondage, it makes sense to start with less intense play. For those who are curious about testing the waters, here are our 5 tips on bondage for beginners.
It’s your lunch break and you’re not in the mood for making small talk with your coworkers? Or are you sitting in the subway and not interested in scrolling through funny cat GIFs? Either way, if you have time for 15 minutes of some seriously fine entertainment, then we suggest you check out Venus Libido’s new YouTube series, “Private Parts.”
The female orgasm is a wondrous thing. It is actually pretty devestating that more women (and men) don’t know how to experience an orgasm. This is largely due to misinformation (and straight up lack of information) about the female body. Nearly 80 percent of women require external clitoral stimulation in order to have an orgasm. This pleasure center is rarely (if ever) stimulated during intercourse.
Paul Dolan, a British behavioral scientist, has come to the bold conclusion in his new work, “Happiness by Design,” that women are usually happier and healthier when they are single. So what can we learn from the scientific results and what does all this mean for men? Join us as we take a closer look.
Our writer is not in a monogamous relationship; at least not anymore. She believes that pairing up for life can do more damage than good to a relationship, and she’s not alone. Couple’s therapist Lisa Fischbach even wrote a book on the issue.