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If you want to drive your man wild in the bedroom we've got the tips for you. You've heard of little things called erogenous zones before, but do you know where they are on a man's body? Some of them are obvious - if you're not touching those areas you're definitely doing it wrong - but some of them may surprise you.
Hey, it's okay to ask. We should all be doing whatever it takes to get more pleasure for ourselves and our partner or partners during sex. No one has the time these days to waste, so we'll make it easy for you.
Sex is a learned skill. So, the more you do it, the better you'll get at it, right? As the famous Vince Lombardi quote goes, "Practice does not make perfect. Only perfect practice makes perfect.
Here's how to inoculate ourselves against negative ones. Verified by Psychology Today. Married and Still Doing It.
Your sex life will change as your body ages. These changes can be addressed and you can have healthy, satisfying sex your entire life. By communicating with your partner, taking care of your health, and maintaining a good emotional perspective, your sex life can grow even richer over the years.
Are you a lubricant or a lubri-CAN? Cheesy puns aside, a lot of people associate using lubricant with sexual dysfunction, a sign of ageing or some kinky sex play. D is obviously not an issue that vulva owners experience first-hand, but often still encounter in heterosexual relationships.
Taking control in bed means authentic expression in whatever form it may take. So, ask yourself: What empowers you? It comes as no shock that many people—particularly women—struggle to ask for what they want in bed.
Seductive lingerie, boxes of sex toys and wild, top-of-your-voice whooping anywhere-anytime sex are great, but sometimes you can be in the mood for a little nookie, without wanting to do all that. At the beginning of your relationship, kissing probably played more of a role than it does now. Try and have sex, without the sex.
When it comes to knowing what makes your partner tick in the bedroom, tutorials on " mind-blowing sex positions " only get you so far. Stimulating and gratifying sex is all in the timing, the communication, and spontaneity, according to Dr. Bea Jaffrey—a clinical psychologist and psychotherapist based in Switzerland—and Mary Jo Rapini, a Houston-based psychiatrist and sex therapist. Keep scrolling to find expert suggestions from Rapini on what works in the bedroom and tips from Jaffrey's new book on overcoming common sex issues, Mistakes Couples Make in the Bedroom.