What's the secret to better sex? Foreplay! Sex expert Sean Jameson provides a foreplay cheat sheet with 5 hot tricks to try during your next romp.
Dear Dr. Romance: Quite honestly, all the info in "Lighten Up - Cures for Marital Boredom" is great, but if your list of reccomendations were a test, we have failed everyone or most of them. I am walking lightly around here, just knowing, somehow, somewhere in time, we will find our way back into each others space, or away from all this, when the survival mode is no more, for now, I just do the best I can to stay in my loving heart. Have a delicious day.
Does size really matter? Unfortunately the answer is yes. No one wants to admit that size plays an important role in almost every aspect of dating and marriage. It is a common phrase to hear that “ It is not the size of the boat but the motion of the ocean that counts”. This has commonly been used to refer to specific body part which is said to make a man… a man! Truth be told size has a lot to do with many more aspects in life.
Sinclair Institute®, the leading source of sexual health products for adults who want to improve the quality of intimacy and sex in their relationships for more than 20 years, announces a new free 6 part webinar series “The Better Sex® 6 Step Program to Ignite Your Sex Life” with Dr. Lori Buckley, Psy.D., CST. This webinar series will serve as the kick off to the new Live Better, Love Better™ Series of educational titles debuting this October.
Some online lies are obvious. Many people fudge their statistics a bit, shaving off a few pounds, a few years, adding a few inches, boosting their professional accomplishments or their personal achievements. Fudging the truth online in this manner has practically become expectable. But while these little white lies may not be deal breakers, there are some issues that should raise big, red flags.
Nearly everyone does it, has done it, or will do it. It is the single most important thing in continuing human life. It can create new life. It can be an amazing and beautiful experience. It can honor the participants and the Divine. It can bond two people for life. It can help one lift the veil between one dimension and another. It can kill. It can be violent and abusive. It can cause severely deep emotional and psychological wounds. It has been considered a precious and sacred gift. It has been considered abominable and evil. What could be considered all of these things?
"We're set," my ex shouted. Still lingering in memories, I headed toward the passenger door as if I was going on the trip. But, there was a woman in my seat.
I have read two powerful articles about child sexual abuse this week. Evolutionary Parenting published an article written by Anonymous about the power of our words and the effects they have when we find out that someone is sexually abusing our child ... you should check it out. The words are eloquently writen and it touches the core of the human spirit. The other article is headline news about a 13 year old boy who is facing life in prison ... truly scary stuff!
We live in an orgasm-focused society. Orgasm is perceived as the proverbial icing on the already tasty sexual cake. Despite our misguided notion that orgasm is the primary reason to have sex, when it comes to women, it is no sure thing. There are many obstacles that can undermine a woman's capacity to achieve orgasm.
If you have paid careful attention, you may have noticed that ordinary friction sex, the kind of sexual exchange that most men employ, is characterized by a series of incessant, robotic, pelvic pumping actions combined with rapid breathing. There is no doubt that this is the fast and hard version of sex that has been glorified in pornography and elsewhere.