Only 30 percent of women have orgasms from intercourse alone. But in order to have a girl-gasm, you need two things: The right mind-set and the right moves. Whether you're having trouble getting there with your guy or just want to make your orgasms stronger, our tips will have you covered—and then some. Read more
Saturday, May 18, 2013
In order to have an orgasm from intercourse, you need two things, says Jessica Knoll: The right mind-set and the right moves. She gives thirteen tips guaranteed to bring you to orgasm.
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Forget microdermabrasion, says Teresa Maples. A roll in the hay will get you that gorgeous glow.
Our culture promotes sex everywhere from magazine covers to product advertisements. When sex sells, it sets us up to objectify ourselves and others. When we objectify someone, we really don't see the other person. We lose out on the most intimate loving parts of a relationship and we look to magazines, books and blogs to help us get the relationship we've always wanted. What we fail to realize is that the best person to consult about our beauty is ourselves.
As a mental health counselor, I encounter many people who are uncomfortable discussing their self-image and sexuality with their partners. This shame scares people from sharing their true selves with another person. This fear gets in the way of developing healthy self-esteem. But when a person owns her innermost self — and is happy with who she is — she projects a beauty radiating with confidence (and that's sexy). People naturally are drawn to those who make them feel good. Healthy sexuality and intimacy is about having the courage to love and be loved in return. Here are some ways in which people benefit from sex: Read more
Saturday, May 11, 2013
The key to having great sex is right at your fingertips, says Deborah Cruz.
Sex is the great equalizer. It’s the one thing in this world that we all need and want and it doesn’t matter how much money you have, what you look like or what your profession is (unless of course you are a hooker in which case, yeah it matters because you are a professional while the rest of us are amateurs). It’s available to all of us and it’s free. Capability and pleasure go hand in hand. It’s the one thing in the world that you really want to practice. The better you understand what gets you going, the less inhibited you are to vocalize what it is that you want and that is the key to great sex. That, my friends, is how you have a great orgasm and if you are really lucky, a “wegasm”. What the hell is a that, you ask? Read more
Saturday, May 4, 2013
Many people think that only a few women can female ejaculation, but with the right technique, nearly all women can have this type of orgasm. Sean Jameson reveals how to make yourself squirt like a fountain.
Almost all girls have the ability to learn how to make themselves squirt and have body shaking orgasms. Sadly, not everyone gets to experience this wonderful way of reaching orgasm due to either miseducation, not using the right technique or even being afraid of squirting. However, if you follow my instructions, you are giving yourself an incredibly high chance of being able to squirt and enjoy these body shaking orgasms hat accompany squirting.
First I am going to teach you how to make yourself squirt on your own (which is easier), then I am going to give you some advice for how to squirt with your partner (which is usually a little bit more difficult).
Ok, let’s get started! Read more
Thursday, April 25, 2013
Kate Gilbert tells how to limber up for better sex. You would go for a run without stretching, now would you?
Treat those bedroom romps like a gym workout and you will be in business for the best sex ever. Take a couple of minutes before you jump in the sack to stretch out your groin muscles for improved flexibility and to avoid any unwanted sex-sprains. Read more
Saturday, April 20, 2013
Dr. Megan Fleming reveals how to share and act out your deepest sexual fantasies with your partner.
As anyone in a committed relationship knows, the inner dialogue of passion changes once you've been together for a while. Your partner is no longer "new," and touch may now feel more comfortable than thrilling—but that doesn't mean that your sex life can't still inhabit that exciting, novel space of a new relationship. Keeping your erotic imagination active is they key to great sex within a long-term relationship. While your partner doesn't change, your approach, attitude and desires around what you want in bed can and certainly will. Read more
Tuesday, April 9, 2013
Sexpert Tracey Cox asked men and women this question: "If you were completely and utterly honest, what would you like to say to your partner about sex in your relationship?"
After years of writing and researching sex, I’m always struck by how much more honest people are about their sexual needs when they’re talking to the same sex.
Women are way more candid with women and men with men. Which is all well and good except wouldn’t it be sort of useful to know what each sex really wants from the other?
A few years ago, I started asking both men and women this question:
“If you were completely and utterly honest, what would you like to say to your partner about sex in your relationship?”
This is what they told me. Read more