Here are 6 surprisingly common things that interfere with a woman's ability to self-lubricate.
Are you experiencing this problem in the bedroom? Do you have difficulty getting wet even when you are SUPER excited?
You just finished an extreme make out session, and you feel like your clothes are going to catch fire if you don’t get naked IMMEDIATELY and get down to business. The clothes go flying, hands go fondling, and...
While it's no surprise that lube benefits your sex life, it can also help your overall relationship.
It's no surprise that using a lubricant can enhance your sex life. But what about the rest of your love life — communication, emotional attachment, and intimacy beyond the bedroom? We talked to three real women about life before and after lube. You might be surprised by what they had to say!
Real guys sound in on sexual lubricant—and how truly hot they think it is.
It's easy to buy a sexual lubricant. Different varieties are available at drugstores, in specialty shops, or online, if you're the shy type. But what's not always as easy? Introducing lube to your guy. Some women feel embarrassed to mention the slippery stuff, or lack thereof, in the heat of the moment.
Think you know all there is to know about personal lubricants? Think again...
What's lube got to do with it? In this article, everything. Whether you're looking to spice up your relationship or just want to enjoy sex more, a personal lubricant may be exactly what the doctor doesn't have to order. But before you visit that special aisle, get informed with these six essential lube facts.
Over the course of the last month, we collected 1,300 reader responses for an Astroglide-sponsored survey all about sex. We got glimpses into where, when and how our users are hooking up, and—from the results—compiled three major mistakes we all should avoid when it comes to sex.
While a major issue many women have with condom use is dryness, few women use lube –let's discuss.
Lucky Bloke invited Caryn Thompson, the importer of RFSU a Premium Condom Brand from Sweden to share her knowledge and experience with you.
Did you know that female lubrication, is a hormonal function?
You only have until Wednesday, May 16 to take a quick survey for your chance to win!
For the past month, we've asked YourTango fans to take a survey for the chance to win a $100 gift card from Astroglide. We're not talking about a long, boring survey that will put you to sleep. We're talking about a quick, six-question survey about everyone's favorite topic: sex.
These two products give a new meaning to the term "breakfast in bed." Which would you try?
Get your spandex and handcuffs out — it's about to get real slippery in here. There's been plenty of coverage about the morning-sex-inducing, bacon-flavored lube. But what about all the other greasy love products out there?
Your new guy has met your friends, but has he met your vibrator?
Bringing up the use of lube and sex toys in a new relationship is a definite milestone—but it's one that can be nerve-wracking. What if he's scared to use a vibrator with me? What if she isn't open to experimenting with lube? Is he/she going to think I'm a freak?
How to get lube involved in all the activities leading up to sex, like foreplay and massage.
Are we being a little too vanilla when it comes to lube usage? Can we put that bottle to work more often in the bedroom? As a matter of fact, yes. We sat down with relationship educator and author of Hot Monogamy, Pat Love, to brainstorm a few out-of-the-box ways lube can make hot sex even hotter.