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.
The prostate is certainly having it’s moment in the sun in sex-positive communities, but this walnut sized gland remains largely untapped by most couples. This is a serious shame and we have to do something about it!
It’s a common myth that anal sex always hurts, but it doesn’t have to be a scary experience. Indeed, those who have never had anal sex before often worry that it could be a painful affair. But you can easily avoid any distressing moments using our top five tips.
It seems like anal sex is the final frontier for most couples. Maybe it’s the same for you and your relationship? Would you like to try it out with your partner, but you’re feeling a little unsure about what the first steps are? Then we have some tips for you.
Sex is great. And important. It’s the foundation, glue and icing of most happy partnerships. But what happens when you’re in a long-distance relationship? When your better half lives miles away, being spontaneous is out of the question and it’s left to weekends to squeeze in everything that you had no time for during the week.
I didn’t purchase my first vibrator until I was in my 30s. Like most women, I’d been raised to believe that sex and masturbation were dirty, and typically saw my role in the bedroom as providing pleasure to my partner. My own pleasure was typically an afterthought, and, to be honest, I was usually left frustrated. The truth was, I didn’t know my body, at all…
Unlike its’ sister, the G-spot, the A-spot doesn’t get the attention it deserves. The A-spot often is confused with the G-spot, but they are actually two separate areas, that produce very different reactions. What is great about the A-spot is that it can actually be stimulated internally during anal sex, despite the myth that women feel little to no pleasure during anal. The A-spot allows women to receive orgasmic pleasure beyond the clitoris.
If we’re being honest with ourselves, most of us have had sex outside. Or, at the very least, most of us have given some thought to it. “Who hasn’t fantasized about making love under the stars? It can feel like coming back to nature,” says Lucy Rowett, a certified sex and relationships coach. There’s something dangerous and adventurous about getting it on where people might see you. You’re out of your bedroom, changing up the usual routine and exploring your sexuality in a way that society finds very taboo. Sex outside is thrilling! Well, it is summertime and the living is sexy. It’s the perfect time of year to get your booty outside to get some booty in places unknown. Here is how to have sex outdoors for your most adventurous orgasms yet!