Body language reveals our true feelings, and your relationship partner has no trouble with picking up on this physical queue. But what does your body language say while you are sleep? Are there sleeping positions that will excite the man of your dreams? In sleep, we are our most honest, vulnerable selves and certain sleep positions can immediately evoke sensual thoughts and pleasures.
We’ve received this question from many women and have decided to address it here. As we often repeat, we’re here to help you understand how we think, and why we do what we do. The more you understand about us, the less confused you’ll be, and the easier it will be for you to have an open, successful relationship with the man of your dreams.
All Vaginas Are Not Pleasing to the Male Species as Assumed The only way you will get this information out of a man is if you have seriously hurt his ego or made him extremely mad. Despite what one may think, a man will become uninterested for this very reason. He will never tell you because he doesn't want to hurt your feelings. How do you know you if a man likes your Vagina? How do you know he does not?
Ladies, we've got a challenge for you. Are you an expert on your lady parts? Do you know your labia from your clitoris from your vulva? It's all a vital part of female sexual health, so we hope you study up!
Learn why EVERY woman should include a lubricant in their toy chest. Your vagina is will thank you! Using a lubricant is not about what you can or cannot produce yourself. It is about protection and that is what is most important. It doesn't matter how wet you get, the walls of your vagina are very delicate membranes and fast, repetitive penetration will tear those membranes. The tears are microscopic, but over time, they will affect the elasticity of one of a woman's most prized posessions- her vagina. So, if you want to stay tighter and stronger for longer, you should ALWAYS use a lube for sex whether it is with a partner or with a toy.
For many women, the area "down there" is a bit of a mystery, and a big reason is that our most personal questions can be hard -- or just too embarrassing -- to ask our doctors. In her new book, Ask Dr. Marie: Straight Talk & Reassuring Answers to Your Most Private Questions, Marie Savard, M.D., ABC News Medical Contributor, explains what’s normal and what’s not when it comes to women's health. Read the excerpt below to see Dr. Marie’s answers to the private questions you've always wanted to ask.
Viewers were shocked by the latest guest on The Tyra Show. On Friday, 29-year-old Lauren Williams announced on the show that she had been born with two vaginas, drawing gasps of dismay from the audience. No less startling to many women watching the show was Williams' confession that the condition seems to give her two menstrual cycles, as she says her periods last 21 days. In addition to two vaginas—which she has since had surgery to merge into one—the young English woman also has two cervixes and two uteruses.
Introducing the Vagina Hello, I'm a vagina and we need to talk. In order to understand me, you must first understand the vessel of which I am a part as I am simply a small part of a woman. Her mind is the most important part. Women are multi-faceted and give off sparks of themselves. Look into a woman's eyes, talk to her, get to know her completely and let all her facets shine before you seek the sensual core.
As an expat Dad, you find yourself repeatedly thrown into parenting situations you didn’t see coming. This is especially true when you live in Sweden and take a lot of paternity leave, because then you are not at work all day; you are home, the main driver of potty training, and talking about vaginas.
Eric Amaranth blogs on the dual role of women's breasts as sexual and maternal, plus breastfeeding and erotic feelings that breasts are naturally capable of.
The spa geniuses have come up with a new way to pretty up our lady parts and empty our wallets—vattoos! If your logic computes that must mean a combination of vaginas and tattoos, then congratulations, you're pretty smart. However, understand these tattoos are (thankfully) painted on and are a good couple of inches above your actual vagina (thankfully again).
OB/GYN Lissa Rankin shows women around their own anatomy as a way of educating and empowering us about our bodies
Millions of Americans each year are diagnosed with an STD. For most people, finding out that you have an STD may seem like devastating news, but it doesn't have to be. As this video proves, maintaining a healthy relationship with your partner while treating your STD does not have to be mutually exclusive.