The Liberating Side of Being Together

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Double the couples, double the fun!

Aphrodisiac Power: Double Dates?

A new study claims that couples who maintain friendships with other couples are more attracted to each other and have stronger relationships.

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Sex is always hotter with someone you trust.

Is Committed Sex Better?

When you're in a committed relationship, it goes without saying that you know your partner well. Sure, things in the bedroom can get stale over time, but the trust and comfortable familiarity you share with each other allows you to explore and experiment—making lovemaking exciting again.

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It's all about body language.

How To Ask For What You Want In The Bedroom

You know what you want in bed—a crazy new sex position, a toy, an erotic massage technique—and you crave it between the sheets but you feel a little awkward telling your partner. But how do you expect to get what you want without having to ask? Even though he's not a mind reader, there are ways for a guy to guess what women want in the bedroom.

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You'll look forward to your intimate time (and you may not even make it to the bed).

Why Scheduled Sex Is The Hottest Foreplay

Admittedly, scheduling time for intimacy sounds like the most unromantic thing ever. After all, sex is supposed to be wild and spontaneous, right? Well, author and YourTango Expert Dr. Megan Fleming is about to prove you wrong.

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Hungry, yet?

Food Foreplay 101: 7 Tips For Using Food In The Bedroom

Food and sex have a lot in common — they're sensual, nourishing, and have the potential for great variety. One of the easiest, most delicious ways to rev up your sex life is to add some edible ingredients. In fact, "foodplay" is especially suited to long-term relationships.

How To Introduce Something New In Bed
Explore new ways to please each other.

How To Introduce Something New In Bed

Is this a familiar scenario? You're feeling adventurous and even a little frisky, so you want to try something new ... maybe it's a toy or a new sex position or something you read out of "Fifty Shades Of Grey." The only problem is, you have no idea how to suggest it to your partner.

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What's your naughtiest fantasy?

3 Simple Steps To Sharing & Exploring Fantasies

As anyone in a committed relationship knows, the inner dialogue of passion changes once you've been together for a while. Your partner's touch may now feel more comfortable than thrilling, but that doesn't mean that your sex life can't still inhabit that exciting, novel space of a new relationship. Here are three simple steps to identifying, sharing and exploring your fantasies together.