Last week, as I lay in bed trying to go to sleep with a diapered behind smooshed against my cheek, I pondered why it is that children are so talented at sucking the life out of their parents' sex lives. My kids don't even know what sex is (I don't think, although I may have just jinxed that), but they're like little sex leeches, bleeding the life out of our bedroom activities.
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7 Days of Sex, a new Lifetime reality series, is a mini-experiment that watches two couples per week as they commit to having sex together for seven consecutive days. On episode four, viewers again witness all-around successes. 7 Days of Sex is quite an entertaining new reality series, and it also offers viewers some helpful lessons on keeping the romance and sparks alive in the bedroom. 5 Secrets Of Happily Married Couples [EXPERT]
Some of my friends have been concerned about how many partners they have been with. Many have been with an insane amount of people and some have had sex with a relatively small amount. But my question is, where is the sliding scale? How many is too many and how many is to little? With our lives fueled by sex, I wonder if people truly think there is a specific number you should stop at or stride for?
7 Days of Sex, a new Lifetime reality series, is giving new promise to married couples around the country. The underlying premise of 7 Days of Sex is that couples who promise to have sex seven consecutive days in a row will experience greater intimacy and understanding, along with a renewed spark in the bedroom.
7 Days of Sex is a new Lifetime reality series that features two couples per week who commit to having sex for seven consecutive days. The “7 Days of Sex” experiment is not a new one, in fact some experts are even suggesting 30 days of sex. #7daysofsex has been a top trending item on Twitter two weeks in a row; people are discussing it, and couples around the country are giving it a try.
Lifetime television has a new reality series called Seven Days Of Sex which follows two couples per week as they are assigned to have sex for seven days in a row. The cameras follow them each step of the way to see what happens during this mini-experiment. The hope is that each couple will spice up their bedroom life, renew their commitment to one another, and transform their marriage.
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So, you’ve found yourself treading into that oh-so-vulnerable territory of becoming sexually active again after a bit of a dry spell. Perhaps you’re cautiously re-entering the dating scene after ending a long-term relationship. Or maybe you’re eager for things to get hot and heavy sex after being out of the swing of things for a bit. Stress. Kids. Work. Tension. We’ve all been there.
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By Danielle Miller, from GalTime With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, many of us have love and relationships on the brain. When we think about relationships (casual or monogamous), usually thoughts about sex and the role it plays in your romantic relationships aren’t far behind – questions like: am I having sex enough?
Friends With Kids opens with a hushed phone call in the middle of the night from Julie (Jennifer Westfeldt) to Jason (Adam Scott). She asks him a strange question about how he'd prefer to die, presenting two options. Jason mulls it over and chooses one. And then the camera reveals a scantily clad woman sleeping next to him, his flavor of the month. "I think I'm going to break up with her soon," Jason confesses.
Every single part of sex should be fun. Yes, even the condom part. Hey, all the more reason to spice things up in the bedroom right? Here are a few of our favorite ways to integrate safe sex into your routine. 1. Role Play: What man doesn’t love a “naughty nurse” night? Dress up in your medical best, and tell him he is due for a “check up”. Make it the grand finale (well, at least to the role playing part), and slip a condom on. Just make sure you are doing it right.
If you love someone, there is no excuse for cheating on them... Right? What sex is really like after having a baby. How to get him to quit porn. Don't focus on your guy's shortcomings. What he really thinks after a first date. What happens when sex makes her say things she doesn't mean? If your guy is a tad immature, cut him some slack. Guess what, being a little juvenile, here and there, is a great trait in a man. Harrumph.
If you don't like doing it, it leaves you in the position of finding the 2% of men who do not care anything about it. This is not a favorable position to be in. The odds are exceedingly against you. But keep in mind that it's always better to know what to do and not need it, than need it and not know what to do. Who knows? One day it may grow on you. (Pun intended.) Now, if you're ready to get your hands dirty, continue to read on.
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Scientific research usually isn’t that sexy, but here’s a big exception: neuroscience is uncovering some secrets to long-lasting passion. The good news is that the sexual spark doesn’t have to go out just because you’ve been together for, you know, ages. In fact, statistics show that married people do the horizontal mambo more than anybody else—which shouldn’t really be surprising, since they always find themselves in bed next to their spouse the end of the night (first rule of sex: proximity is essential).