According to a recent study by the University of Kansas, 70 percent of women fake orgasm.
My friend Dr. David Buss and his colleague Dr. Cindy Meston wrote a wonderful book called "Why Women Have Sex." In it, they discuss penis size and sexual satisfaction. Their results may surprise you.
Learning how to satisfy your man sexually is a lot easier than you think. You don't need to be a porn star or a some sort of sex crazed nymphomaniac to make sure that you give him a good time. In this article I want to teach you some of really awesome sex techniques to use when pleasuring your man. (P.S. If you want to learn my best blowjob tips & techniques, you'll find them in this powerful video)
When it comes to sexual satisfaction, Americans could use a boost in bedroom confidence (and, apparently, in duration of intercourse).
Is sexual tension a problem with many couples due to all the information & opinions discussed today? Are we confused as to what a normal sex life is? Let’s talk about what should be happening to make your sex life compatible regardless of whether you are in a new or long term relationship.
'Esquire' magazine recently conducted a survey of American men, ages 21-59, on why, where, and when they're having sex. Most shocking to me was the cheating statistic. One-third of men in committed relationships have cheated? Come on.
Men never cease to surprise me. No matter how often I write about trends in male sex preferences, cheating and other relationship-related news, the latest and greatest surveys always seem to throw a giant wrench in whatever conclusions my previous research had established. This year's annual Esquire sex survey is no different.
The number of women out-earning their men is growing and some predict by 2030 most women will be more financially successful than their partners. While this may sound like the best possible outcome to women’s libbers from thirty years ago, the truth is that success dissolves your sex life more times than not.
After many years of being in a committed relationship, both people very busy, kids running around, family obligations, and possibly even two careers and a household to manage, it’s not shocking that intimacy would be the last thing on someone’s mind.
Women like Betty White know that aging doesn't have to be something we dread. Yes, body parts may sag, faces may wrinkle and hairs may turn white, but getting older promises much more than a change in appearance—it promises high sexual satisfaction, too.
Is it possible to get what you need emotionally and sexually in a relationship with your man while still accepting him entirely for who he is? Yes. I want to take a moment to touch on this difference between unconditional love and a conditional relationship. First, let's talk about unconditional love and what it means to love a man unconditionally in a realistic, applicable sense, by comparing it to one's journey to self-love.
On top of helping with urinary incontinence later in life, keeping your lady parts nice and taut, and making childbirth smoother, I'm sure you've also heard that Kegels are a great way to keep your sex life in tip-top shape. And if you can incorporate them into your between-the-sheets routine (or non-routine, wink), you're making the experience even more intense for both parties — or so they say.
The older, the better? You bet! A recent study found that as time progresses in a relationship, women become more satisfied with the sex — while men become more satisfied with the relationship as a whole. In fact, it takes 25 years in a long-term relationship for sex to begin predicting how happy women are with said relationship. Crazy, right? Hey, for a lot of us, that's a long way off!
A new study published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior finds that not only do men like to cuddle, but they believe it's an important ingredient to a satisfying relationship.