G-Spot

In this day and age, women have won the right to vote, to burn our bras, and to climb the corporate ladder. Why do we still find it a challenge to be honest in the bedroom? And could this duplicity potentially lead us astray when looking for Mr. Right?
Women pay for sexual experiences with a professional to try something they don't want to do with their partners often out of fear that their partner will judge them. Women pay for sex because things just aren't working erotically at home.
The clitoris doesn't usually get a lot of press. It's usually upstaged by the vagina, which is usually left in the dust by the attention that the penis gets. Brace yourself for some facts and thoughts about the clitoris. As artist Sophia Wallace states, 'the clitoris is not a button, it's an iceberg.'
You've heard of the "G-spot," but what about the "A-spot"? Or the "P-spot"? There are a million nicknames for various parts
Humans are tool-using primates. We don't think we're inadequate because we use a hammer to build a shelf. Why should we feel inadequate because we use tools to augment our sex play?
In their Clinical Anatomy article, Italian researchers Vincenzo Puppo and Giulia Puppo stress the importance of using the
Women's pleasure potential is through the roof, yet most women get nowhere near reaching it. We want to put the power of pleasure in your hands by helping you know your body, how it works and what is possible
Well, nobody said marriage was going to be easy but it sure can be a lot more fun when you work towards goals together. Why be angry when you can be sexually satisfied? The choice is yours but the exploration can lead to gratification.
Practice hitting baseball after baseball and you're sure to raise your batting average. Play the guitar everyday for 25 years and you're destined, if nothing else, to entertain family and friends at barbeques and campfires. So, what about sex?
Why oh why is there still so much debate and misinformation out there?
It's always the last place you look. Dr. Adam Ostrzenski, of the Institute of Gynecology, Inc. in Florida, claims to have
Walters has been letting her freak flag fly as of late. Last week, she asked Hasselbeck if she likes to have "rough sex" with
Researchers have been attempting to explain or prove its existence since at least 1944.
The elusive G-spot has been found, a researcher claims in a new report...
I've been a sex educator since -- well, for a long time. And I am still crazed by the quantity of misinformation available
The new data isn't problematic in and of itself, but when women feel that they should be having a specific type of orgasm and then don't, they can end up blaming themselves for a "problem" that isn't necessarily a problem.