I kept going, and my stomach dropped as I realized that "massage" was simply Internet parlance for sex. All the time we’d been together, when he’d refused to use condoms—until I finally went on the Pill—he'd been hiring, or trying to hire, hookers. I could tell at least one of his attempts had been successful; a woman emailed back to say that he'd left a piece of jewelry behind with her. Another response, from an escort site which I promptly visited, made the imagery all too real.
According to Dr. Teela Sanders, a writer and lecturer at the University of Leeds, and the author of Paying For Pleasure: Men Who Buy Sex, 30% of men (in England, anyway) will buy sex at some point in his life. . . and we're not talking porn. She delves into the who (anyone), where (all over), and why (lots of reasons) that married men do this. Bill Clinton and Eliot Spitzer are prime examples of guys seeking something outside of their marriage who have no interest in divorce. Dr. Sanders also discusses why women are expected to "stand by your man."
Pepper Schwartz, a seasoned lover, psychologist and author, writes about the things she wish she knew about sex at 30. How much do body image, fantasy, oral sex and sex toys factor into a healthy sex life? Read on to find out. Plus, the revealing connection between foreplay, orgasms and faking it.
No longer a suburban secret, sex parties just might be the next vibrator, a sexual thrill once kept hidden and now gleefully embraced by women from all walks of life. And like vibrators, sex parties come in more flavors than Ben and Jerry's. From classic swinger events to nightclubs that provide beds, to pansexual celebrations of the erotic divine, people are coming together all over the country to flirt, fondle and f**k—however their hearts (or other body parts) desire.
Want the lowdown on threesome etiquette? Wondering how to keep your married sex life hot? Tango's got the scoop on everything that goes on (or could be going on) between the sheets. With everything from expert advice to candid confessions, the ten most provocative sex stories have exactly the answers you looking for.
From first dates via Web cam to text-message-controlled sex toys, the future of love lies in technology. Author and sexpert, Regina Lynn, gives us a glimpse of how we'll meet, get turned on and stay in touch in 2012.
Because women prefer to watch adult films with their partners, rather than alone, the movies directed toward women are referred to as "couples' porn." And in order to lure the female half of the equation, they must have a plot more complex than the pizza guy ringing a doorbell and bending a silicone-breasted blonde over some diseased plaid couch.With plots, romantic settings, and plenty of foreplay, “couples’ porn” is about female pleasure, too. A guide to the best erotic films, and how to watch them.
Here's everything you ever wanted to know—but thought you were too old to ask about sex. According to Laura Berman, PhD, author of The Passion Prescription, even sexually savvy adults have questions about penis size (it might matter), sex after marriage (does it stop?), and a man's sexual prime (hint: younger is not always better).
Most women can orgasm through masturbation. The clitoris is sensitive enough that many ladies can get off by playing with it. But what about the poor g-spot? It's the hot-button question among friends brave enough to ask: Can you orgasm from intercourse alone?
A single woman in her thirties asks for advice on how to find a commiited relationship.
Is new love as good as chocolate? It may be the dopamine you're feeling. Relationship experts Pat Love and Helen Fisher weigh in on the biological responses from lust to long-term love. From the first flush of romance to the deep attachment of a long-term marriage; Marisa Belger uncovers the chemistry behind the cycle of love.
No matter how much of a relationship rut you might be in, there are ways to turn up the heat. Exploring new sexual planes might be the key to renewing your bond. Read an Exclusive Excerpt From "Secrets & Techniques To Keep Your Relationship Red Hot!"
Too many couples have mediocre sex; and too few understand why. The first step is defining what bad sex is for you. And it doesn't necessarily have anything to do with orgasms. The next step is figuring out what's making it boring or unfulfilling and communicating that to your partner. But a little communication and sexual exploration can prevent it from being a total dealbreaker.
According to the CDC; about 90 percent of men and women have had oral sex at some point in their lives‚ but that doesn't mean they continue to have it regularly, or even that they liked it in the first place. The reasons why some folks aren't up on going down are a Freudian analyst's wet dream: People fear it's unhygienic. Or they dislike the taste. Or they worry their technique is bad. Or they simply find the idea of faces being in places swimsuits cover to be generally unpleasant.
Even the most satisfying sexual relationships can use a jumpstart from time to time. If you've foundation of trust; exploration eachother on new sexual levels with erotic toys and games can add fire to a relationship on many levels. Dr. Hilda Hutcherson. sex columnist and expert, walks you through the hottest tools of enticement.