Are you trying to convince your partner to bring a little extra buzz into your bedroom? Want to buy a vibrator but don't want to be caught dead in a sleezy sex shop? In this instructional sex video, YouTango expert and sex coach Dr. Dorree Lynn knows that vibrators are just as essential in your sex life as glasses are for your eyesight. If you wouldn't go to work without your contacts, then don't get into bed without your toys! (And you can go shopping online to avoid a walk of shame.)
Who doesn't need to spice up their bedroom routine every once in a while? You love your partner and assume he'll initiate sex, so it's all good, right? Not so fast! Did you ever think about what YOUR role is...what you could be doing to turn up the heat? We did, so we asked renowned sex expert and family therapist Dr. Jane Greer. She says women COMMONLY make THREE MISTAKES in the bedroom: Related: My Hubby Doesn't Want Sex. What Gives?
If your girlfriend or wife expresses interest in using or sex toy, or if you have found out that she has being using one, do not be alarmed. The use of a sex toy does not mean that she is not satisfied in the relationship. Nor does it mean that you should feel intimidated by her vibrator in any way. The use of sex toys has become more popular with women who are in relationships too. However, there have been times when a woman has returned her adult product because her husband or boyfriend was upset that she purchased one in the first place.
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.
Your girlfriend or wife wants to experiment with a sex toy, which is great news for you. This excites you as this brings your relationship to a whole new level. The idea of watching her masturbate, or pleasuring her with the toy is quite a turn on for you. You begin to feel aroused just thinking about it. Your girlfriend gives you the challenge of choosing one for her, but you don't know what to get. There are so many adult toys on the market, that you start to feel overwhelmed just thinking about it. What if she hates it and never wants to try one again?
Research shows that less than about 40% of women can actually achieve orgasm during intercourse alone. This may give rise to sexual frustration and may have a negative impact on a relationship. If you are among women who fail to achieve orgasm during intercourse, you are definitely not alone. For those men who are able to make their female partners orgasm during sex, this does not mean you are not performing well or are at fault.
The rumors are true: Men love sex. It would be a mistake, however, to think that the ONLY thing we like about sex is the actual intercourse. Here's six other things about intimacy that we like (almost) as much: 1. Cuddling True. Guys like cuddling. It makes us feel big and strong and all "providey" to wrap a woman up in our arms. HowAboutWe: Why Sex Really Does Change Everything
When you throw two naked and probably a little awkward (or drunk) young adults into a bed together, hilarity and embarrassing moments are sure to ensue. We've all experienced it, hell, we may have even been the perpetrators of some unappealing bedroom behavior. So here it is, a list of the most frequently committed bedroom faux pas to be avoided by everyone. We all know accidents can happen, but let's do our best to avoid them, shall we?
We all want to do something exciting for Valentine's Day. It is the day dedicated to Love and the day we get the green light to feel special and appreciated by our mate. But sometimes, our day to day routine gets us stuck and it is hard to break out and get in touch with our creative sexy side.
It's been so long. How would we really like it? Was it too close? Would we actually lose touch because we were no longer forced to get creative when it came to finding those small moments of intimacy? Um... the answer is no. Oh my goodness, no. No no no no no. This tiny bedroom feels like the most luxurious hotel.
Today's women are tired of seemingly choose between a caring, sweet man for a partner and the blazing hot stud. I say it's up to men (and women too) to do what it takes to create the best of both in themselves while eliminating the negatives.
Let’s look at the average couple’s bedroom sex scene. They have: very little to no talking, no changing up of the old and tired sex routine, certainly no laughing, no toys, no games, no nothing. Does this make you want to run to the bedroom and throw off your clothes? Yawn. Me neither.
We all know that the vibe of a restaurant can tip the scales between a breathtakingly romantic evening and an embarrassingly awkward first date. Similarly, and even more importantly, the atmosphere of your bedroom can make all the difference when it comes to your love life.
There's nothing wrong with upping the spice in the bedroom. Giving your man some visual stimulation will not only heat things up, it will also have you feeling sexy and confident. Some bedroom apparel can border the fine line of skanky, kinky, or just plain appalling. And let's face it - the thought of being lingerie clad can be a little daunting. The time has finally come to overcome these obstacles. Here are some different styles to help you sex up your life, whether you're feeling like a vixen, or just a little flirty.
There’s a reason sleep is considered the new sex. I think exhaustion is very real and a big concern for couples. No doubt, there are many times when a couple is too tired to have sex. Generally though, being tired shouldn’t equate to a person’s motivation to have sex.
Talking dirty during sex can be a lot of fun and add a lot to your sexual experience; however, most people don’t have any practice doing it. So it’s probably the lack of practice that’s making you nervous and embarrassed. With a little practice mixed with a bit of courage, you'll be talking sexy in no time!
We here at YourTango love to love. But, now that Earth Day is fast approaching, we can't help but wonder: can we sustain love while also loving the Earth? According to experts such as Ethan Imboden, the founder of Jimmyjane, and Stefanie Iris Weiss, the author of Eco-Sex, the answer is a resounding yes. After all, when we're good to the environment, we tend to be—by extension—good to our bodies. And when we're good to our bodies, others take notice.