Mutual masturbation you may ask questioningly ? After all, masturbation is supposed to be something you do by yourself, and if someone else is in the room, isn’t that just called having sex? It is true, but masturbation is also form of sex, and sharing masturbation with a lover, can be a wonderful way of sharing intimacy, and a great way to share sexual secrets. As with all sex, there’s no one way to do it, and here are some tips to get the mutual masturbation ball rolling.
Weekly date nights, interests, hobbies, and friends can all be the cure to making your relationship work!
Recently I made a decision to begin driving to work with my cell phone...in the back seat. Here is what I noticed (and in a moment, what it can teach you about your relationship): the middle-aged man walking down Colfax wearing blue suede shoes. Really! a young couple loving gazing at one another while waiting for the light to change. bright pink cherry blossoms covered in a gauzy-film of snow. the ceruleon blue sky so characteristic of Colorado.
Reconnecting with yourself as an individual, particularly a sexual individual will add a crucial aspect to your energy, happiness, and especially your relationship. Two YourTango experts explain how to switch from mommy mode to sexual partner mode.
Wish there were a drug to increase desire in females, some sort of Viagra for Women? This maybe a surprise to some, but a tablet form of Viagra for women does not exist at the moment, the primary female sex organ does not sit between your legs, but rather on top of your shoulders! Of course we are referring to your brain.
Do you know that you can trigger a man's desire for commitment? Learn how to create that feeling of "you're the only woman I want" with these five relationship guidelines.
Traditionally, Easter has been a Christian celebration. Many families are honoring the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ. The world embraces more diversity. Families no longer mirror the TV families of the 1950's, religion becomes less of a central focus for many families; we are faced with the challenge of figuring out how to celebrate the season.
Is the time you spend online having an effect on your face to face connections? What happens to relationships when one partner finds themselves flirting with Facebook friends while the other partner would prefer to spend time with them? Veronica Monet answers these questions and more, clarifying the difference between sexual shame and sex addiction.
Only 10 percent of marriages that have experienced infidelity end in divorce. So, what are the real reasons behind it when it DOES happen? Divorce coach and YourTango expert Laura Moilla explains.
Dear Dr. Romance: I came across your web site when I was desperately looking for motivation. I'm a salesman selling first class products but I couldn't get motivated and it's been a problem for months. It's been getting worse. I read "Motivation and How to Create It (Good Boss/Bad Boss)" and now I'm sorted out.