Sometimes you meet someone who's just SO bright and cherry that you start think, wow, they're definitely having a lot of sex. Or, you meet someone who kind of just sucks and you think, please, can someone take one for the team and sleep with this person so they're in a better mood? Anyone? And then sometimes you meet people and you really have no idea whether they're getting it on 24/7...or pretty much never. But now, science is closer to answering your creepy, nosey question.
It's been said that sex is like pizza—even when it's bad, it's good. And while we've absolutely had a few encounters that feel firmly on the side of bad, for the most part, we're rather inclined to agree. But even when something is better than so-so, that doesn't mean we don't want to improve it. Hell, we'd love to make great, greater—and where our sex lives are concerned, there's a lot we can do to make what's already steamy downright explosive.
Many of us are quite accustomed to having sex with the lights off, or at the very least dimmed. Is it because sex in the light of day — or the light of light bulb?! — feels more risqué? More vulnerable? Maybe that's exactly why we should try it. Sex with the lights on brings a great deal more connection and physical openness, bringing sex to a whole new level for even the most comfortable of relationships.
Ever nix sexy time right after polishing off beer and nachos? PMSing and the bloat having you feel anything but like sending that sext? We all have days that we know our body isn't looking its best, but that's no excuse to shun some fun. We all have our problem areas, and different positions may work better depending on what we're feeling sensitive about — be it our belly, butt, thighs, even boobs. The idea is to feel relaxed about that so we can have fun.
Sex is fascinating. It can also be gross, weird, pleasurable, awful, or just straight-up boring. You never know what you're going to get until you're in it. That's why we love it so much. Oh, and orgasms, too. We love the orgasms. But twisted in all the good, and sometimes bad stuff is the weird stuff. Like the stuff that when you find out about it you can't help but shrink into your seat and mumble, "What the effing eff?" You jerk back from whatever source has informed you of this news and cringe in both disgust and wonder, all at the same time.
We all have made our New Year's resolutions to look and feel our best, and some of us may actually be keeping them. Pretty much any regular exercise will make your hormones more active and your body more attractive, a perfect recipe for feeling sexy and looking our best. There's lots of exercises out there built for sex inspiration—from the aptly named sexercise to steamy workouts like hot yoga or fun dance workouts like Zumba, to even suggestive workouts like the Shake Weight. We can steam up our workouts with pole dancing or striptease workout, or find our inne
We all go through those days—we feel blah, tired, and anything but sexy. It may be body image, it may be exhaustion, work, stress, or just about anything —but sexy is a state of mind, and sometimes, our mind just isn't there. Sometimes feeling sexy is hard, but it doesn't have to be. We can be a goddess in the bedroom, and everywhere else. And we're going to feel smarter, sexier and a whole lot more confident while we're at it.
Whether you are in a hot new relationship or have been together for a long time, sex tends to be a "when the lights go out" thing—but I maintain—and hope to convince you—that starting the day "with a bang" is the best way to go.
Yoga is one of the best mind-body experiences you can give yourself. Naturally, it translates really well in the sack with your partner helping you build both intimacy—AND a better body. So why don't we try some easy yoga moves that lend themselves perfectly to the bedroom? We love multi-tasking—and being creative. From dead bug to child's pose, these moves are fun, exciting and yoga-instructor approved. And you don't have to be a total yogi to try these out either.
Sex. It's one of the most basic human needs and possibly the best thing (next to food) on Maslow's hierarchy. It's also completely capable of going south in a matter of minutes—and not in the good way. Of course, this tends to happen at the most inconvenient times. Though, I'm sure that there's not a good time for your sex to go down in flames. Anyways, it's happened to the best of us at one point or another.
Have you ever heard of a little thing called the Kama Sutra? You probably know from pretty much every women's magazine out there that it is known for being the "everything you need to know" kind of book when it comes to learning new and (supposedly) amazing sex positions. Naturally, as an everyday woman looking to heat things up a little more than usual in the bedroom, chances are you have thought about taking a peek or two at this famously naughty guidebook. What could be the harm in getting a little creative, right? Wrong. So wrong.
Sex is an essential part of life. It bonds us to our partners, causes feelings of contentment and is just all around beneficial for us. Good sex is, in our opinions, vital to a happy, healthy life. And sometimes, it's fun to add a little accessory or two. Whether your preference is for something that vibrates, or perhaps a little something lickable, it's important to know what's out there. And there are a lot of options when it comes to enhancing your sex life.
It might be hard to fathom that men could hate any sex position, but, in fact, some do. Of course, "hate" is a rather strong choice of word (let's amend that, shall we?), but for many men, just as with many women, there are some sex positions out there that they can just completely do without. And, from what I've gathered, most of those dreaded positions are in the pages of your closest Cosmo magazine. Are you surprised? (No!)
Birds do it, bees do it, even sentimental bed bugs do it. All animals have sex (okay, ALMOST all animals have sex), and, as it turns out, many more species than once believed have sex just for the fun of it. That's right! Many animals have sex for pleasure like humans.