If you’ve been wanting to try something new, then you’ve probably thought about anal sex before. It’s no surprise – women and men can experience equally intense sexual pleasure and orgasms. Why? There are a number of nerve endings that make the anus highly-erogenous. So what should you pay attention to, if you’ve decided to try anal for the first time? Here we give an overview of how it works and we have put together a few tips for beginners.
You want to try something new in the bedroom? Follow Ana and Christian’s lead! Ever since the release of “50 Shades of Grey,” the sexual practice of “bondage and discipline, dominance/submission, sadism/masochism” or BDSM for short has fascinated people – both men and women. Granted, BDSM is not everyone’s taste, as the practice revolves around submission, pleasure, pain and punishment. However, whoever is turned on at the thought of handcuffs and bondage should consider slowly trying out less-vanilla sex. Our BDSM beginner tips will help you make a smooth start:
It goes without saying that period sex isn’t really a topic for the dinner table. But is sex during that time of the month actually painful, messy or unhygienic? We’ve put some common myths and prejudices to the test and found that period sex is really not as bad its reputation suggests. And of course, we have some tips for those of you who would like to try it out.
It doesn’t matter if you’re looking through academic journals or women’s magazines, it is repeated over and over: women masturbate less often than men do. However, you rarely find concrete figures to back this up. That’s why we at Womanizer took the matter into our own hands and commissioned a study to finally get to the bottom of the real relationship between women and masturbation…
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.
For many, their very first orgasm is an exciting first step toward exploring their sexuality. Others hardly remember it. Experiences range from embarrassing to romantic highlight. We’ve asked 10 people about the first time they orgasmed. Here are their confessions.