The most important thing to consider is: every body is different. Some of us can become moist in a relatively short amount of time, even with very little non-penetrative stimulation. Others, on the other hand, don’t become nearly as moist – it’s all a matter of natural design. And that’s completely okay. But one thing is for certain: a moist vagina is not the only ‘true’ sign of a woman’s arousal. Otherwise, why would lubrication exist!? Nevertheless, many women and men wonder: what actually happens to the body when it gets aroused? We’ll explain – without giggling.
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!
The human body is a pleasure map and its erogenous zones are the points that excite and stimulate the senses. But which are the most sensitive areas? Let’s find out.
“It could save a relationship” – “Sensual slowness for two” – “Megatrend” – “Every touch tingles”: The Internet is full of promising claims about a new trend called ‘Slow Sex’. But what does it actually entail? And could it really take sexual tenderness to a new level? We’ve taken a closer look.
Men and women can often feel threatened when their partner masturbates. That’s a perfectly normal response. The partner’s sexual gratification is not dependent on us, and this can leave us feeling excluded. But we really don’t have to feel like this. Indeed, masturbation can in fact be a positive force when accepted into an intimate relationship.