Are you overthinking this whole orgasm thing? SVP of YourTango Experts and host Melanie Gorman discusses with sex therapist and author of She Comes First Ian Kerner, Ph.D., counseling master sexologist Natalie Blais, couples and sex therapist Megan Pollock and author and sex therapist Dr. Sonia Borg why so many people develop sexual performance anxiety and can't orgasm in response to that dysfunction.
Here are two mind-blowing ways these experts say will help you relax in order to help you reach the orgasm your desire: Read more
Friday, July 31, 2015
Sexperts share two sexy ways to stop overthinking your orgasm.
Wednesday, July 29, 2015
Did you know that there are twelve types of orgasms? Dr. Carlen Costo explains what they are and how to have them.
Are you satisfied with your sex life? As a sex-positive, intersectional feminist and sexologist, I hate hearing that people aren't having great sex or aren't experiencing enough full-bodied pleasure in the act. We deserve to have regular orgasms. Although many of us are still learning, debating, and practicing (the best part), what's essential is understanding that we are all capable of experiencing orgasm in a variety of different ways. Read more
Wednesday, July 22, 2015
If you're stuck in a sexual rut or dry spell, Lodro Rinzler has five tips to get back into the swing of things.
You're past the honeymoon phase. Way past it. Now you notice it's been a week or three since you've had sex, much less had good sex. What can you do to get back in the swing of things? Read more
Monday, July 20, 2015
The perfect lube depends on your sexual activity, says Debby Herbenick, Ph,D.
Lubricant has become a more common fixture on drugstore shelves. In fact, there are more lube options than ever before: Lube for him, for her, that warm, that tingle, or that make your parts taste like strawberry or mint.Unfortunately, lube rarely ever comes with instructions, which leaves many men and women in the dark about which lubes to use for better, more pleasurable sex. Read more
Wednesday, July 15, 2015
You've probably heard of aphrodisiacs, but do you really know what they are? Dr. Ava Cadell explains.
Throughout the ages, men and women have eagerly swallowed almost any substance that was called an aphrodisiac, no matter how unappetizing or bizarre. In our never-ending search for better sex, humans have consumed such diverse items as oysters, eels, elephant tusks, lion blood, bull testicles, rhino horn, ram penis, pig genitals, marijuana, and the dried remains of the Mediterranean cantharis beetle, otherwise known as “Spanish Fly.” Read more
Monday, July 13, 2015
How does penis size actually affect a woman's pleasure during sex?
By now, you’ve probably heard about the study that measured the dick sizes of 15,000 men from all over the world.
And, chances are, you (or your date tonight) fall somewhere right in the “normal” range, which may not be such a bad thing.
I mean, there are even rumors that Drake, who somehow finds a way to mention the size of his penis in almost every song, doesn’t have as big a tool as he lets on.
According to a stripper who claims to have been invited back to the rapper’s bachelor pad, Read more
Wednesday, July 8, 2015
Danielle Adinolfi reveals five ways to finally ask for what you want in bed... and get it.
Talking about what you want in bed can be tricky. You don't want to offend your partner, but you still want sex to be satisfying for you.
If you do it right, discussing what you want in bed can lead to a more rewarding sex life and a stronger bond with your partner. Here are five steps to help you communicate what you're looking for in your sexual relationship (without hurting his feelings): Read more