Thank you, Fifty Shades of Grey, for taking the world by storm, and in the process, bringing to light an issue that desperately needs addressing. Why is it that so many women are craving passion in long-term relationships but not getting it?
Anyone who's ever spent the better part of their Sunday in a pancake-induced coma/state of despair knows there's a definite link between what you eat and how you feel. Which probably means you also know that there's a link between your nutrition and your sex life.
If you had to guess which state in the U.S. has the highest sex toy sales per capita, what would you say? New York? California? Frisky Florida? No. No. No.
If you could get a better sex life, wouldn't you do whatever it takes? Between herbal suggestions, pharmaceutical pills and classes in technique, a lot of people seem to go out of their way or drop the necessary money on hopefully making their sex lives even better.
How do you start your day? Yoga? Shower? Coffee? Or do you get right to the good stuff? Well, if you're not one of the 34 percent of Americans who start their day with some frisky action, maybe you should join their ranks.
If you're worried about what your significant other is fantasizing about, you can stop right now. A new study, conducted at Spain's University of Granada, says men and women in relationships have pretty similar sexual fantasies, in that both genders fantasize about their loved one. Researchers surveyed a group of Spanish citizens who had been in relationships for six months or longer.
Ladies, put your lovers on alert: August is National Romance Awareness Month, and it's time to celebrate. But before you begin dropping your boyfriend subtle hints about a desire for flowers, remember that romance is much more than a dozen roses. Sure, sweet gestures are nice, but sex is even better.
Sharing your fantasies with your partner is an important first step to bringing them to life. If you don’t talk about what you want, how are you ever going to get it? There are a variety of ways to have this ‘conversation’ but the main goal is to get these sexy thoughts out of your head & into real life!
It is true that every couple's sex life goes through stages and that the "new couple sex" stage will end. Your sex life will change, mature, get better and have downtimes over the lifetime of your marriage. But it is also true that you can have a strong sexual, sensual and erotic relationship that is vital, exciting and fulfilling.
Sex. The word itself used to make people uncomfortable. But now, more than ever, women are branching out in their sexual behaviors, and discovering what gets them going. From incorporating sex toys in the bedroom to paging through 50 Shades of Grey, women are mixing it up and increasing their pleasure in the process.
If you do not feel good about your body, you probably are not going to want to be seen naked or even partially undressed in front of a partner. How can you improve your body image so that you can have more sexual enjoyment? Here are six suggestions to help improve your self-esteem and love the skin you are in.
Hysteria represents women being chemically imbalanced, or to put it simply, a lack of sex. A hysterical woman is clearly sexually starved. She has probably not seen or heard from “Dick” in weeks, months or even, painfully, years. She is chemically imbalanced and her hormones are often going crazy. She knows something is wrong.