Did your sex education class teach you the important things? Here are 10 things about sex you should have learned at age 15.
Are you insecure about your penis size? Sex educator Lucky Bloke doesn't think you should be. Equipped with stats and soothing words, Bloke explains why men are so hung up on the size of their privates (hint: media and marketing) and what size really does matter.
A common confession/concern that people share with me at public talks, usually talking in a hushed voice, is this, “I had the most amazing lover but for various reasons we broke up. How do I enjoy sex now after being with someone so good? I feel like the best sex of my life is behind me”. I have a lot of compassion for the yearning and nostalgia in this question. Sexual memories can be incredibly precious and they also make us want more – more of that passion, pleasure, closeness, riskiness, whatever felt magical in that moment.
At Lucky Bloke our mission is to lead you to the land of amazing sex with condoms. With a selection of the world’s best condoms at our fingertips, we’re here to prove that the right condom can actually improve your sex life. Got a question for the Lucky Bloke experts? Let us answer it so you can concentrate on having the hottest safe sex possible!
Here at Lucky Bloke Headquarters, we understand how important finding the right condom is for your pleasure and safety. Especially with Valentine's just days away. So let's get started! There’s a common myth that all condoms are created equal with a “one-size-fits-most” mentality. Because of this, many people subject themselves to repeated, uncomfortable and negative condom experiences.
In this video, sex coach and YourTango Expert Melissa Fritchle discusses satisfying sex and orgasms. If you can only reach an orgasm through masturbation, are you destined to have less than stellar sex? Great communication and patience can go a long way to making mediocre sex into good sex and good sex into amazing sex.
It began innocently enough. Mission: Great Sex! our Global Condom Review & Safe Sex Initiative with over 1,100 participants in 21 countries. THE GOAL to help couples find and buy the best condoms (based on their own personal requirements and preferences) thus, making sex both safer and more pleasurable.
Do you want to know how to unlock the beautiful, feminine, sexual being that you are? Do you want to unlock the power that will make men swoon? Do you want to be in control of whom you attract into your life? I’m going to share an exercise that I’ve talked about before that I want all of you to do. It's one of the best exercises in the world. I'll give you a little background:
Religion might offer scores of personal benefits, but it looks like a great sex life isn't one of them. According to psychologist Darrel Ray from the University of Kansas, religious people suffer intense guilt during and after intercourse. Those devoted to their religion experienced regret after climaxing. Atheists and agnostics, on the other hand, boasted satisfying sex lives.
Loving yourself is a prerequisite for co-creating a loving relationship. Pinkee here~ For those of you out there who are single, or who may be in relationship, today I am going to address the issue of loving yourself. As we have said many times on the show, it is a prerequisite for co-creating a loving relationship. In particular, I want to talk about how you can love your physical body.
The rumors are true: Men love sex. It would be a mistake, however, to think that the ONLY thing we like about sex is the actual intercourse. Here's six other things about intimacy that we like (almost) as much: 1. Cuddling True. Guys like cuddling. It makes us feel big and strong and all "providey" to wrap a woman up in our arms. HowAboutWe: Why Sex Really Does Change Everything
Sex after a mastectomy is a thorny issue, not just because of the actual trauma imposed on the body by the surgery, but because of a woman’s mental and emotional state following the removal and then reconstruction of her breasts. Depending on how she feels about her body post-surgically, it may take a woman months, if not longer, to feel comfortable engaging in sexual intimacy again.
As a woman, and a whole lot of one at that, even though you've already taken me home and gotten me naked, I still need to hear that you are ready for this jelly. Say something nice. Otherwise, I'll think you're not telling me how nice my booty is because you don't like what you see. I swear, I'm not normally so insecure, but when I drop my dress, you need to start the sweet talkin'. Even if it's a lie and you're glad I turned the lights off, just tell me I'm pretty. You gotta do that, gentlemen, and eight more things during sex besides get off...
Lila here~ I just read about another sex survey recently conducted by Indiana University. In the study, 85% of men reported that their partner had climaxed the last time they had sex. However, only 64% of women surveyed said they had reached orgasm the last time they had sex. That’s a pretty big gap between the men’s perception and the women’s reality if you ask me.