Wednesday, July 1, 2015

The Giant Guide to Penis Size

How do you compare? Here's everything you need to know.
Men are enormously preoccupied with their penises.

According to research results published in the New York Times that shocked precisely no one, men Google more questions about their penises than any other body part, and the most common concern seems to be making them bigger, or whether they’re big enough. The specter of a small penis has long haunted teen boys and grown men, and ridiculing the size of a man’s junk is a well-established way to cut his ego down to size.

Men spend millions of dollars per year on penis enlargement products, and the dented self-esteem and mental anguish caused by penis anxiety is unquantifiable. Sadly, most of it is completely ill-founded and unnecessary, however. Read more

Friday, June 26, 2015

4 Reasons Why Women Don't Have Orgasms

Sexuality and relationship coach Pamela Madsen says there are four reasons why women don't have orgasms.
What is stopping countless women from experiencing the pleasure of orgasm? And is the new female Viagra the answer?

Before you pop your first pill, ask yourself this: When was the last time during a sexual encounter that you were simply focused on being in the moment of sexual expression? That amazing moment where you stop worrying about whether you should be giving or receiving, or what should happen next, or how you look, or if you will "get somewhere"? Read more

Friday, June 19, 2015

Can Anal Sex Feel Good?

Can anal sex feel good? Heaven gives women some tips to make anal sex pleasurable.

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

10 Sex Techniques to Evolve Your Lovemaking

The art of lovemaking is a life-long practice, and these ten sex techniques can help it evolve.
As your sexual savvy ripens, here are a few time-tested and relatively new sexual techniques that may enrich your journey.

1. Coital Alignment Technique

An easy technique that enhances intimate connection is the coital alignment technique. The man slides two to four inches forward from the typical missionary position. Instead of resting on his elbows, his arms should cup his partner’s shoulders so his body lies flat against hers. Both partners’ spines should be straight, and the base of his penis should naturally rub the woman’s clitoris.

The woman’s legs should be straight out and touching his while she pushes her pelvis upward about two inches. At this point, the man can push down gently to give a little resistance. With this technique, there is no in-and-out movement; it’s an up-and-down rocking. To bring him in deeper, the woman can spread her inner thighs even wider and wrap her ankles gently around his calves. With your bodies moving so closely together and in unison, it’s a subtle yet very pleasurable way to make love intimately. Read more

Friday, June 12, 2015

10 Cunnilingus Tips and Tricks

Sex surveys show that men receive fellatio more often than women receive cunnilingus. One reason for that could be is that some men are not that confident about their ability to please a woman orally. Cunnilingus isn't rocket science, but it isn't completely instinctive either. These ten cunnilingus tips and tricks will allow any man to go down on a woman like he's been there before and knows what he's doing.

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

The Beginner's Guide to Giving a Woman an Orgasm

Aly Walansky gives men a beginner's guide to giving a woman an orgasm.
The female orgasm can be a mysterious and intimidating prospect. Your partner may seem to be having a good time, but then she’s not finishing, maybe ever. And that can be a bit of a blow to the ego. Is there a mysterious code to achieving the female orgasm? And what makes it so complicated?

Turns out, quite a lot. The reality is most women don’t reach orgasm — at least through sex alone — says Emily Morse. sexologist, host of the Sex With Emily podcast and Hustler Hollywood Contributor. “Between 70-80% of women do not achieve orgasm from vaginal intercourse alone,” says Morse. Read more

Monday, June 8, 2015

9 Ways to Get in the Mood for Sex

Setting the mood for sex isn't a waste of time. It makes the time better. Here are nine ways to do it.
Setting the mood for sex may feel a bit excessive, especially if you've been with your partner for a while. You may not be a candles-and-rose-petals kind of couple, but even small gestures to keep a spark going can add up to something more meaningful. "If you're nurturing your relationship all the way along by finding ways to get in the mood and stay in the mood and commit to your partner, when you do have life stresses or life changes, whatever it might be, it's easier to cope with those," says Melissa Jones, sexologist and executive director of the Sexology Institute and Boutique. Some suggestions for getting in the mood might seem cheesy but, Jones points out, you really have nothing to lose. Read more