There's a new book out about love, sex, and relationships called The Normal Bar. It's likely to be a best seller because most of us tend to be curious about how we are doing in the bedroom. We wonder if we are normal. Do other people feel like they don't have time for sex?
Is your man a little quick on the draw? Here are some suggestions to help him "slow his roll."
Question: I've been dating a man for over seven months now. He is 51 and I am 44. I discovered right off the bat that he can't last but a few seconds as soon as he is inside of me. Now in the beginning he said he was too excited, or it was on my territory (ie. my house… so he insisted we go to his house, but same “short” story).
A new study says that communication is the most effective path to a sizzling hot sex life.
Next time you're in bed with your guy, don't hold back on being honest about your needs and desires. Even if you're going to blush, break out in hives and sweat from anxiety over the topic, suck it up because you have to start somewhere and the sooner you get cracking on it, the sooner your sex life will become the hottest, most sensual thing you can possible imagine.
According to relationship experts, sex without climax can do wonders for your relationship.
In the past, you may have heard sex without climax referred to as boring, pointless or even (for the unlucky among us), "pretty normal." However, orgasm-less sex has a name, ladies and gentlemen, and for those hitting rough patches in a relationship, it may be the perfect prescription for romantic repair.
Juicy stats about foreplay, public sex and threesomes.
Ladies, put your lovers on alert: August is National Romance Awareness Month, and it's time to celebrate. But before you begin dropping your boyfriend subtle hints about a desire for flowers, remember that romance is much more than a dozen roses. Sure, sweet gestures are nice, but sex is even better.
Happy National Orgasm Day! Here's how you can adopt an Olympian's mentality to earn orgasm gold.
It's no surprise that some of the world's greatest athletes are also the world's sexiest people alive. Just imagine getting down with an Olympian. The stamina. The endurance. The rock-solid muscles. I'm sure your lady bits are tingling with American pride at this very moment as you're fantasizing about Ryan Lochte.
Think you can't climax during intercourse? Think again!
Have you heard the myth that says some people can orgasm through sex while others can't? Well, don't believe it. Everyone can learn how to orgasm during sex; it just takes a little practice and a lot of patience.
Why some ladies aren't crazy about their partner heading "downtown."
Taking a walk with some friends one day, sipping coffee and having one of those hilarious TMI sex conversations you sometimes slip into with people you know really well, I heard something that stopped me mid-iced latte. Totally casually, as though it was no big deal, a friend asked if the rest of us enjoyed receiving oral sex, because she really, well, didn't.
Vibrators: Now at your local drug store. And thanks to "Fifty Shades of Grey," much more popular.
Good news for pleasure-seeking, Christian-Grey-loving ladies everywhere: No need to make a separate trip to an adult store or novelty shop to get your latest vibrator. Just check your local drug store.
In the new movie 'Hysteria,' regular orgasms are what the doctor ordered.
Forget apples. An orgasm a day keeps the doctor away. People who have regular, satisfying sex live longer, stay in shape, and are generally happier. But during the Victorian era, from 1897 to 1901, sex was strictly viewed as a procreational activity between a woman and her husband. Or, an act between a man and whoever he wanted to have sex with.