Sex isn't all about trying a new sex position or how long it takes to climax. It's about feeling closer and more connected in the moment. YourTango Expert Dr. Marty Klein explains how to create intimacy with your partner for even better sex.
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Remember back when you were a teenager? You had a new crush every week, your hormones were raging and your mind was full of curiosity. You and your significant other can feel like horny, young teenagers all again. Our experts tell you how.
Slipping away hand-in-hand with your S.O. to a dark, deserted alley is a risky rendezvous, but that's part of what makes it so hot, right? Where are the sexiest locales for getting it on ... and is anything off-limits? Our experts weigh in on everything you wanted to know about getting intimate in places beyond the bedroom.
We've already talked all about how important foreplay is to a healthy and fulfilling sex life. So important, in fact, that we're driving the point home with even more juicy ways to build up enough sexual tension to make the walls come crumbling down. YourTango Experts Kim Olver and Larry Michel share 10 more of their sexiest tricks and techniques for turning each other on even before you reach the bedroom.
Foreplay is so important to your sex life — especially when you're in a committed relationship. Mutually satisfying foreplay can be the key to deeper intimacy and a healthy, fulfilling relationship. YourTango Experts Kim Olver and Larry Michel share their sexiest tricks and techniques when it comes to turning each other on even before you reach the bedroom.
There's a high that comes from having an affair — the thrill, the illicitness, the secret meetings all make for a hot indiscretion. And having that with someone you've been married to for years can be even better.
Most people would agree that the key to an uninhibited sexual experience with a partner is to know thyself — intimately. We asked seven experts to weigh in on how to get to know yourself better as a lover so you can start improving your sex life, stat.
Lingerie isn't about him and what will turn him on — it's about you and what means you feel smooth, silky and sexy.
In reality, many men are often focused on the end goal: orgasm. Rushing to the finish line, they often forget to be present and 'in the moment' — which is what women really want in bed. So how do you truly turn on and satisfy a woman? We turned to YourTango Experts Moushumi Ghose and Dr. Shoshana Bennett for advice.
What is it that men really like in bed? Contrary to popular belief, it's not all lap dances and strip teases. It's also about being confident in your sexuality as a woman and reintroducing an element of surprise into your sex life. For more specifics, we turned to YourTango Experts Adam Gilad and Dr. John Beiter, who gave us a candid glimpse inside the male mind.