Okay kids, it's that time again: time to address the hideously awkward truths of dating. First dates in particular are nasty little dens of discomfort and stilted conversations (yeah, your friends will occasionally have an amazing night, but that rarely happens to you). So, let's jump right in and see where Fantasy-You and Reality-You collide.
Okay, since I seem to be on a mission to take all the fun out of sex, let's continue our discussion by examining the fantasy of sex versus the reality, scientific-like. Let's really look at the things we have a habit of passing over in our quest to get it on and have a memorable experience (i.e. the things we tend to romanticize and forget).
Is three a crowd or a party? We asked both men and women who have had a threesome (or two or three) in their lives what lessons they learned from them.
Life coach Teresa Maples shares her personal journey of being the partner of a cheater and how she was able to move on. Equipped with personal experience, Maples shares the two ways you can start to heal and move on from infidelity.
Being in a healthy longterm relationship is wonderful, but it's easy to get stuck in a routine in the bedroom sometimes. Don't worry — there are all sorts of options for you to explore!
In our continued countdown to Valentine's Day, we are exploring many themes. Today's is fantasy. It's essential to keep fantasy alive in your sex lives, to retain the spark that first drew you together.
A recent journal article purports abuse in the erotic novel, Fifty Shades of Grey. I proclaim erotic fantasy.
There's not a whole lot of mystery to it: if sex with one person is exciting, why not double the pleasure? Many people fantasize about the excitement of adding someone new to a longterm relationship. Learn what makes threesomes so exciting and decide if you're ready to dive into one.
How you can tell you've been replaced by an imaginary team.
A close look at these fantasies to find out how common they are in the bedroom and if they're acceptable sexual behavior.
Is it possible to have hot sex while being monogamous? Like anything else out there, it takes work and a certain amount of creativity. The answer is a definite YES. It is MORE than possible to have a smokin’ hot monogamous relationship. I believe that is a big part of the reason why the mom porn book “50 Shades of Grey” is so popular – the women reading it are turned on by all the kinky monogamy.
How long should you wait in a new relationship to share a fantasy with your lover? According to a new Durex survey, men say they want to share fantasies as soon as possible - within the first three months of a relationship. The women surveyed chose to wait a little longer to share their fantasy, reporting 6 months to a year of a relationship is time enough to build the trust to start having the intimate conversation about fantasies.
Drag queens sure know how to get me giddy. I love their over-the-top sequin-adorned clothes, stilettos that make them taller than the Jolly Green Giant, and wigs that poof out enough to add another six inches or so to their towering frame. It never fails to glimpse a touch of lipstick on their teeth, glitter in the crevices of voluptuous cleavage, and eyelashes that would appear to be fake on a horse. Or maybe even an elephant.