Couples who constantly "Netflix and chill" aren't necessarily happier. In fact, having sex once a week is just about perfect. That's the takeaway from a new study, based on surveys of more than 30,000 Americans gathered over 40 years, published in the journal Social Psychological and Personality Science. After previous research found more wealth wasn't actually associated with greater happiness, lead author Amy Muise began to wonder if the same was true for sex, "an aspect of life that is thought to be associated with greater happiness," she says, per Time. However, researchers found that while couples who have sex once a week are happier than those who have sex less often, "having sex more frequently than once a week was not associated with greater well-being." The findings held regardless of gender, age, or the length of a relationship. Read more
Wednesday, November 25, 2015
How often do happy couples have sex? Not surprisingly, more sex corresponds to more happiness.
Monday, November 23, 2015
If your woman happens to be one who needs a lot of stimulation to have an orgasm, Mikayla has three tips to speed up the process.
While the goal for most men is to last as long as they can because they are usually “one and done” when it comes to orgasms, women are lucky to be able to cum (orgasm) more than once. So, it stands to logic if your partner can have multiple orgasms, you may want to speed up the first one so she can have more intense orgasms. Or, if your woman happens to be someone who needs a lot of stimulation to orgasm, and sometimes you end up finishing way before she does, you may want to try some tricks to help speed up the process. Whatever your reason, if you want to help your woman to cum faster, here are 3 tips. Read more
Wednesday, November 18, 2015
Three women describe what it's really like to use a strap-on dildo on another woman.
Queer women have sex in all different types of ways, but sex with a strap-on dildo is definitely high-ranking for many of them. (If you're curious how straight women use strap-ons, check out What Women Really Think About Pegging.) In this week's Sex Talk Realness, Cosmopolitan.com spoke with three women about their experiences with having strap-on sex and why it's unlike anything else. Read more
Monday, November 16, 2015
You may have never heard of cervical orgasms, but Jessica O’Reilly, Ph.D., reveals what they are and how to have one.
If you haven’t heard of the cervical orgasm, you’re not alone. “Cervical orgasms are lesser-known than clitoris or G-spot orgasms because they’re not as common—or not as commonly recognized,” says Jessica O’Reilly, Ph.D., author of The New Sex Bible. While there’s no scientific data on how many women can reach the holy grail of orgasm via their cervices, what’s the harm in seeing if you’re one of them? Here's what you need to know before going on this scavenger hunt to pleasure town. Read more
Friday, November 13, 2015
In her advice column, Ronda Rousey told a Maim reader that lube is unnecessary if a man takes his time with foreplay. .While she may be right about foreplay, she's wrong about lube, says Jennifer Gerson Uffalussy.
We think that the way you have shown that women can be tough, strong, and awesome at mixed martial arts is pretty amazing. (Not to mention that you totally showed that pay equity is no joke by becoming Ultimate Fighting Championship’s current highest paid fighter for any gender.)
Oh, and that Olympic medal for Judo is not shabby, too.
So it’s because you are such a cool, barrier-breaking (ha! pun!) woman that we wanted to help fill you in about vaginas, since we’ve heard you’ve had a little confusion about what they do and when and why. Read more
Monday, November 9, 2015
A study has found that most women who say they are straight are in fact aroused by videos of both naked men and naked women.
Most women are either bisexual or gay but "never straight", a study suggests.
Research has found that though lesbians are much more attracted to the female form, most women who say they are straight are in fact aroused by videos of both naked men and naked women. Read more
Friday, November 6, 2015
These three new sex positions are simple little variations on the most common positions (that anyone can do), which stimulate a womans "orgasm zones" much easier and give her orgasms a lot faster.