Sex coach David Wygant reviews the 8 steps to giving an amazing blow job. He knows what he's talking about - he has a penis! From learning how to communicate to using your hands the right way, Wygant teaches women that it's not as hard as they think. Pun intended.
Shame is a choice: It exists because of our definition of it. If we're shameless about our pleasure, then we think we must be bad. Well, nothing is further from the truth!
Do you ever wish you had a 'marriage cheat sheet'? ... a few 'easy to remember' tips that would help keep your love strong? In a world that squeezes out fun and crams in more demands ... what are the secrets of those that stay 'in love' and those that 'fall out of love'? In a recent love and marriage survey of over 8,000 participants over 50, couples who were the happiest shared these tidbits ...
My intention here is to give you something that makes sense for you, that helps you understand some things you may not have understood before, and that as result, helps your relationship and love-making become more exciting, fun, and lasting. Men are driven visually more than women, not that women aren't driven my visual cues as well, but your drive has an emotional component to it that arrives later for men. Men are also sexually aroused more quickly than women, and unless they are good at controlling their arousal, they can reach orgasm long before you, and some may even think that that is the end of the sex or love-making session. If that is your experience, you have likely felt some degree of frustration if not anger, even resentment. That is clearly a breakup waiting to happen.
I was having lunch with Dr. Marty Klein last week, author of the groundbreaking book, "Sexual Intelligence." After we'd ordered our shrimp dumplings and pot stickers, I asked him, "Okay, Marty, what would you say, in general, is the number one thing that couples could do to improve their sex lives?" He paused over the steaming shrimp.
The Top 5 Romantic Adventures Consider supplementing the flowers and candy by delving into your creative mind to draw upon some pleasurable, fun and intimate experiences. The following 5 romantic escapades were ways in which couples have decided to celebrate their relationship and make it an encounter to remember.
If you really want to learn how to arouse your man, then you need to stimulate both his body AND his mind. You'll be glad to know that doing this is not just a case of being overtly sexual. I'm going to show you some really subtle, fun and easy things you can do to turn him on and arouse him both mentally and physically. (P.S. If you want to learn my best blowjob tips & techniques, you'll find them in this powerful video)
I'm going to show you how to pleasure a man using a few very simple, yet powerful techniques and tricks. Once you see how easy it is to pleasure your man in bed, you'll have one very happy man on your hands! (P.S. If you want to learn my best blowjob tips & techniques, you'll find them in this powerful video)
Now that Joanna Coles has taken over at "Cosmopolitan" magazine, there's something I'd like her to know. Joanna, your magazine is polluting the minds of women everywhere.
c. 2012 Susun S Weed (Expert) Author: Down There: Sexual & Reproductive Health the Wise Woman Way Herbal aphrodisiacs are fun. They add a new dimension to the same old, same old. And they benefit our overall health, too. If you are just joining us, be sure to check out the past few installments on herbal aphrodisiacs, too, after giving this week’s stars a tumble.
Taking a walk with some friends one day, sipping coffee and having one of those hilarious TMI sex conversations you sometimes slip into with people you know really well, I heard something that stopped me mid-iced latte. Totally casually, as though it was no big deal, a friend asked if the rest of us enjoyed receiving oral sex, because she really, well, didn't.
Good news for pleasure-seeking, Christian-Grey-loving ladies everywhere: No need to make a separate trip to an adult store or novelty shop to get your latest vibrator. Just check your local drug store.
I've been hearing about this elusive G spot in a woman's vagina long before I had even experienced penetration myself. I've had straight female friends who swear the only way they can orgasm is if their G spot is stimulated by a penis; lesbian friends who have been more than willing not to only show me where it is, but how with ample pressure it can induce the even more elusive "female ejaculation"; and of course, sexual partners who've claimed they can "totally feel your G spot now from this angle, baby."
You’re probably aware that there are a host of articles, blogs and books on hot, sexy ways to turn on your lover with words and voice tone, including my own recent YourTango articles; “The Power of Pillow Talk” and "4 Quick Tips for a Sexier Voice". However, the other side of this equation is rarely addressed: the role of the listener.