Going through a patch so dry you think you'll never have sex with your partner again? Don't worry, it is possible to rekindle intimacy and have sex again with the help of our expert's 10 Step Plan to Rebuild Your Sex Life.
INTIMACY AND SEX
Life as a sex educator is definitely a fun ride. Here, one expert shares some lessons about intimacy, sex and life learned along the way.
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Is the sexual behavior of young, new millennial women on the West Coast any different than on the East Coast? This expert explains how hook ups vary from coast to coast.
Marriage can be an exciting experience between two best friends – two lovers who share a heart-clenching journey of radical love, sometimes unspeakable joy and a deep, abiding passion. In fact, passion to the core, the kind that often takes you by surprise and leaves you wanting more – feeds the spirit and grows the heart in ways often unimaginable. Creating this kind of love becomes an adventure that takes courage but also action – the type that builds love, creates energy and sustains deep bonds between two partners.
Are you frustrated in the bedroom because the sex is just not what it used to be? Are you worried that with a diminishing sex life, loving feelings in your relationship will fade away too? If so, help is on the way.
I’m comfortable with sex. I use it almost as a shield – relationship stuff scares me and is hard for me to deal with – but sex, that I can do. And I’m good at it, or so I’ve been told anyways. But, I do have a hard time opening myself up to relationships (Why?
It’s been said that if you tell a lie often enough and long enough, it will eventually become accepted as fact. That’s why I want to let you know there’s a dirty little secret out there that dishonors both the good men that get smeared with it every day – and the women who spread this not-so-true belief without even challenging it. The secret I’m talking about is the widely-held and oft-repeated belief that men only want “one thing” out of women.
Don't you think it's kind of funny how we expect ourselves and our partners to just magically “know” where our sexual sweet spots are? Especially because chances are, no one has ever taught us about our own "pleasure anatomy," much less how to communicate, stimulate, and bring pleasure to others.
Adrianna was 18 and knew she was hot. She had dark brown hair that hung below her shoulders and wore sweats with a tight tank top and bare midriff that made it hard to avoid admiring her Survivor abs Her face was clear and beautiful which made it easy to miss the fear in her eyes. Adrianna was tough. She grew up in Bed-Sty and never took shit from anybody. Once in her junior year in high school, on the subway returning from a football game, a guy in her algebra class started squeezing her thigh. She dumped her hot latte on him and punched him hard in the face.