It might sound strange, but there is still uncertainty among young women living in Germany as to whether they have legal access to terminate a pregnancy without being punished for it. We talked to an expert and got to the bottom of it:
Is the vaginal orgasm nothing more than a myth? And if so, why do we continue to debate it? For centuries, there has been much speculation as to how and whether a woman achieves an orgasm through penetration alone. Sigmund Freud even stigmatized the clitoral orgasm as being incomplete. What nonsense! We spoke to psychologist and relationship expert Nicole Engel about the myth of the vaginal orgasm and reveal why it may not be made up after all.
Myth or reality? Squirting. Can any woman do it? What happens during squirting, does it make sex and orgasm better? We asked an expert: Lola Jean, the “Queen of Squirting”.
She is the woman who has brought to the world stage the fight against female genital mutilation, in short known as FGM. In her interview with the O Diaries, the author and model Waris Dirie speaks on her work with her organization, the Desert Flower Foundation.
When a partner no longer wants to engage in sex, we may become worried and anxious. And if the lustless partner in question is a man (and heterosexual) it may sound an even louder alarm. Aren’t men supposed to crave sex constantly? And what about women? The simple answer is: not always. No sex is not always a reason to worry about the state of a relationship. Trained psychologist and sexual therapist Nicole Engel explores the many reasons why sometimes there’s no action in bed and explains that things might not be as bad as they seem.
In the office, at family events or with friends – women apologize endlessly. According to an article from the German newspaper, Süddeutschen Zeitung, approximately 75% of everyday apologies come from the mouths of women. Furthermore, women are not saying sorry for making mistakes. Actually it’s the opposite – our author, Frieda Hintze, has found that a lot of the time, “sorry” really is a covert way of saying “please like me.” But why is that? We offer an explanation.
What is “normal” with sex and what is almost pathological? Many ask themselves these questions. There are many indiscriminate posts floating around on the internet. It’s high time to give our expert, Nicole Engel, a graduate psychologist and sexual therapist, the floor.
Ruby Stevenson is a “Sex Educator”, she loves to be naked which is great. And she is an inspiration – especially when it comes to self-love. In our interview, this beautiful girl gives wise advice and great tips on how to be a little more like Ruby…