Stories about “the first time” often center on heterosexual experiences, but what about the experiences of queer women? To mark the occasion of World Women’s Day and as part of our monthly theme “Who run the world? – Girls!” we let five queer women have their say.
I love having sex. Annoyingly I tend to contract a mean bladder infection a couple of days later. It’s a common phenomenon. In fact, it’s so common that it has been given its own name: honeymoon cystitis. But what exactly are the causes of the infection? And why do women suffer from it more often than men? We present the facts, answers and tips.
Threesomes (and sometimes even foursomes) can be found on many a man’s and woman’s bucket list. The ultimate must-dos might include anything from partying at Berlin’s famous Berghain and celebrating at the Oscars to spending a year lounging in Koh Pha-ngan and experiencing a sex orgy. But how does a drama-free threesome actually work? Our author Tina Molin has a few tips to help you.
In an interview with Sting, the musician claimed that regular yoga practice had helped him to have fabulous sex for hours. Whether that statement is true may only be judged by his partner. Either way, according to our author Konstanze, there’s strong evidence that yoga can be the key to better sex.
In classic click-baiting style, german online platform Wunderweib labels it as a “sex position with orgasm guarantee”. Another guide keeps things a little simpler and writes of an “intensive missionary position”. No matter how the CAT position is described, it’s being talked about everywhere. But what’s so special about it and what does the abbreviation CAT actually stand for? We clarify, without sensationalism. We promise!