If penetration is always the main event in your sexual relationship(s), chances are there's room for improvement.
Study after study shows that women in same-sex relationships are having more orgasms than any other women.
By owning something that exists exclusively for my pleasure, I affirm the importance of female sexual pleasure and solo pleasure overall.
Rather than trying to incorporate new sex acts that might not feel totally natural, it can be helpful to bring back old moves.
How could I worry myself with what my body doesn't do when there are so many delicious things it does?
According to Planned Parenthood, as many as one in three women have trouble reaching orgasm when having sex.
Think of all the women who will come after you, who deserve not to have to demand more time and attention in the sack.
All the more reason to get off.
One thing they do have in common: they're friggen awesome.
And they don't involve intercourse.
Don't get too excited.
I've always been an advocate for speaking openly about sex and masturbation. I make a point in asking my friends (and mother) who are in long term relationships about their sex lives, partnered or solo. The singles are more likely to offer information, but I'll pester them every once and a while anyways.
Valentine's Day is coming up, and you know what that means. There's no need to be coy about this: If you're planning on getting busy this weekend, why not go the extra mile and bring the right equipment? Investing in a sex toy can make all the difference between a night to remember and an evening you'd rather forget. So here are some highly-recommended suggestions.
There are plenty of articles about sex and aging. For women, the advice seems to boil down to "use lube"; and for men, "consider Viagra." But erectile dysfunction is not inevitable; neither are dryness and vaginal atrophy. Lest one might think distress is lower in this age category because we have given up on sex, some of us who are 65 and older are having regular and satisfying sexual activity with no need for aids of any kind.
Despite what porn and Hollywood lead us to believe, women's erotic networks of nerve endings, erogenous zones, and pleasure options are more complicated than for penises. While erotic hotspots and pleasure techniques in men are generally more universal and consistently popular, the sources of arousal and pleasure in women are more varied from person-to-person.
A wonderful piece of research asked an eclectic group of participants about the qualities of great sex. I had jotted down the list of the common themes that emerged, tucked it away and then forgotten where I'd seen it. You may want to compare my take on these themes with the original research.
The pressure of getting a long-lasting erection or having a big enough penis can become such a focus to a man (and his partner) that it dominates his experience, not allowing him (or his lover) to be present, connected, and all of the other things necessary for an amazing sexual experience.
The most wonderful time of year can be the worst time of year if you're going through a break-up right around this time. This list contains the basic stages (as experienced in my inner circle) of what it looks like to get through a break-up.
Turns out the vaginal orgasm -- and even the G-spot, to get more specific -- have never existed, according to a new study