Irresistible You in the Bedroom may start with Irresistible You in the Kitchen. Maybe we should take a hint from the French. No other culture on the planet puts sex and food together in the same sentence, let alone the same room.
There are many things that can intensify your orgasm, including foreplay. But did you know that having a simple cup of tea can make you have a more intense, fulfilling orgasm? Herbs work on several levels; they reduce tension and increase blood flow and can also increase sensation to our more delicate areas. Some of my favorite herbs are easy to come by and make a great tasting tea.
In honor of National Humor Month, Zoosk and I decided to test your funny bone and see just how important laughter is in relationships. Users of the romantic social network gave us insight into how much humor tickles their fancy for dates, mates and love. Below are the three most surprising humor study results and tips on how you can use this information to your flirting advantage.
You’re probably aware that there are a host of articles, blogs and books on hot, sexy ways to turn on your lover with words and voice tone, including my own recent YourTango articles; “The Power of Pillow Talk” and "4 Quick Tips for a Sexier Voice". However, the other side of this equation is rarely addressed: the role of the listener.
Romantic Mocha Breakfast Fondue For 2 By Zoe Rogers Traditionally, if a woman seated at the fondue table drops her dipping food into the pot, she has to kiss the man seated nearest to her. If a man drops his…well, if it was cheese fondue, he has to buy the next bottle of wine. But, since this Mocha Fondue takes center stage for breakfast, you and your Fondue partner will have to make your own tradition for what he needs to do!
Certain foods are just plain sexy to eat—strawberries, oysters, and chocolate come to mind—but do they endow the eater with true sexual desire?
The cool breezes of autumn may have you looking for something a bit more human than a pillow to snuggle with. As you start the hunt for fall romance—or continue with your current relationship—a new survey from the makers of Wet personal lubricants has a few tips to share.
Turning your bedroom into a romantic haven depends on the type of atmosphere you want or the level of romance that you are trying to achieve. Whatever candle scents you decide to use will help set the mood that you are trying to create, and the possibilities are endless.
Everything comes into play! What every sex partner needs to know to keep a good thing going. Good sex doesn’t fall from the sky, and sexual libido doesn’t crash and burn all on its own. Everything we do, think, eat, feel and remember turns sex either hot or cold. Here are the five best and worst things you can do to your sex life. First five love winners:
It’s vacation time! Summer is in full swing and here in MA we’re having the warmest, sunniest summer I can remember. It got me thinking about how to make a vacation getaway with your partner even steamier. 1. Schedule a little time just for the two of you. Send the kids to grandma’s (as we did this past weekend) and the pets to the kennel. Resist the temptation to meet up with friends for at least one full day. 2. Sample the best of summer foods, and feed them to each other. Any food can be an aphrodisiac if it’s presented properly. The Thai Butter Mussels on the beach Sunday were out of this world—so good we had seconds. 3. Lube each other up… with sunscreen, of course (where did your mind go with that?!). Sunburns are definitely not sexy, but having your partner run their slippery hands all over your body is pretty hot.
Can food produce sexual desire? Or, to put it another way, do aphrodisiacs actually exist? Many people think so. While the physical suggestion of sex may be enough for some, modern research shows that some classic aphrodisiacs can stimulate desire and increase performance.