Mutual masturbation you may ask questioningly ? After all, masturbation is supposed to be something you do by yourself, and if someone else is in the room, isn’t that just called having sex? It is true, but masturbation is also form of sex, and sharing masturbation with a lover, can be a wonderful way of sharing intimacy, and a great way to share sexual secrets. As with all sex, there’s no one way to do it, and here are some tips to get the mutual masturbation ball rolling.
Nearly three decades ago, I entered a life of sobriety, which catapulted me onto a path of spiritual growth and service. There have been many steps along this journey. First I hosted a local cable TV show on which I interviewed hundreds of guests about a variety of topics which called to me over the course of five years. Eventually I found my own voice as an activist for women's empowerment and sexual rights.
His eyes squint to sharpen his focus on the conversation. "So what is good sex to you then?" he says. "It's where both partners are in such a state of connection that any and every contact floods your whole body with electricity" I say. "Even her hand on you knee with clothes on can send you into involuntary trembling." "Um, ok. So how do I do that?" he asks. "I mean, there's nothing I can just tell you to do. You have to be able to feel." "But c'mon. Everyone's got moves. Every woman I've slept with had her moves. Like 'Oh, she's doing that tongue thing again...' "
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Laying in bed after a long hard day at the office you see him without his shirt on and your mind starts to race all over on what type of things you want to do with him... You slip on something sexy spray on his favorite perfume,and slowly walk toward the bed feeling sexy and naughty... He doesn't even notice you, maybe he's just tired, then you get under the covers, start to kiss his neck touch him softly and he just pushes you away and says not tonight honey....
Do you want to avoid the most common lovemaking mistakes that couples make? If so, then Oprah Winfrey Show love expert, Michael Webb, the author of 500 Lovemaking Tips& Secrets, a book full of ways for you and your spouse spice up your lovemaking. has some great advice for adding more passion, pleasure and intimacy to your sex life.
Having sex and making love are very different actions. Good love making requires sensuality and care rather than satisfying that primal urge. This sex educator explains how it has become a lost art and what you can do to fix that in your own sex life.
Having an active and fulfilling sex life at age 50 and beyond is definitely possible. Read these real-life stories from men and women who are having great sex after 50, and get inspired to get busy on your own!
Figure out if a man's sexual pheromones decreases when he decides to have a vasectomy.
We all have questions whatever our age, when it comes to matters of the heart and sexual relationships. When we were younger it seemed easier to ask for advice but with the increasing years we beleive that as experienced individuals we should know the answers. Of course that isn't true and we need to get better at asking. In this series I am answering three questions that I am often asked. My first was last week. The second question in this series follows here. The third will follow next week! Question 2.
Controversies about 'sluttiness' have been raging for years, and there's no sign they're slowing down anytime soon. The word 'slut' packs a pretty powerful and damning punch. Is it time we reclaim the word and prevent it from being used as a weapon against female sexuality? It's a tough and complicated call.
Click here to Watch Video: Dr. Romance's Guidelines for Creating a Sexual Agreement: * Set up a problem-solving session: * Having a time to talk about sex will help you create trust and sexual openness which makes finding solutions much easier. * Begin with reassurance and good will, reminding each other of your love and of your desire that your sexual relationship be fulfilling for both of you.
No one could argue that a great sexual encounter requires some degree of inspiration to get things going. The catchall term for this is “Foreplay.” But what is foreplay really? Is it words of endearment, spicy texting before you meet, a great massage, two shots of tequila, a house full of lit candles and Erotic Moods playing on the stereo, skinny dipping in a cold lake, or a playful spanking? The answer is, “All of the above and then some!” But how do we know what works for who, how much and when?