While every woman's drawer is different, what do guys think of what you've got stashed away? And how do they feel when you're the first to suggest some sexy-time toys? You'd be surprised.
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...
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!
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.
She was lubed up, then locked up.
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.
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?
The Israeli Health Ministry is cautioning citizens against a new erotic stimulant known as "Honey Sex." Available in pharmacies and natural food markets, the product has been found to contain the chemical Sildenafil, the active ingredient in Viagra.
It's safe to say most people know the general purpose of lube; that purpose being to "wet the pipes" for smoother sexual sailing. But lube is good for much more than a quick pre-intercourse application. That little tube can bring intensified pleasure, longer-lasting sex and some pretty kinky foreplay, too.
The cool breezes of autumn may have you looking for something a bit more human than a pillow to snuggle with. As you start the hunt for fall romance—or continue with your current relationship—a new survey from the makers of Wet personal lubricants has a few tips to share.
Is the hot August weather making you horny? Chances are, it is. According to a new survey by the makers of Wet personal lubricants, 95 percent of people think sweaty sex is hot.
Until now, little research has been done on how much lube can actually help enhance the female sexual experience. But leading sex researcher, Debby Herbenick, Ph.D. and her colleagues at Indiana University have concluded that women who use lube during sex have significantly more sexual pleasure and satisfaction than those who don't. In short, women who use lubricant have better sex, more orgasms, than those who don't.