Does your sex life need some new life? Lots of relationships hit a point where the sex life gets put on the back burner. But there are ways to breathe fresh air into your old routines and turn those cooling embers into a towering inferno. Let's hear it for a lusty libido.
Why You Need to Start Scheduling Sex
Here's the reality about long term relationships and a healthy sex life: consistent, good sex is a habit and a couple intention. Some couples (un)consciously or intuitively understand this and create the necessary habits and intentions to make sex work within their partnership. These couples most likely do not need to schedule sex.
While it’s clear there's no magic spell to give couples more time or take away their exhaustion, there are some things that couples can do to help re-ignite the spark, with patience and understanding being essential.
5 Ways to Overcome Low Sexual Desire
There are many ways to overcome a low sexual desire and we’ve listed the top five here.
Your Guide To Period Sex
While it rarely comes up in steamy novels, porn, or romantic comedies, the flow is a fact of life for most vaginas. That doesn’t mean that sex is off limits for the duration. Far from it. Here are a few tips and tricks to help make period sex a breeze.
Non-Sex Sex: Being Intimate Beyond The Bedroom
The other day at school my classmates and I were talking the non-sexual ways we feel intimate with our sexual partners. What gestures generate those feelings of caring, trust and closeness with our partners when we aren’t all naked and sweaty. What type of “non-sex sex," as one of my colleagues calls it, do we enjoy?
Find Your G Spot (or Have Fun Trying)
It's inevitable. While teaching a seminar — it doesn't matter what topic, 'Hand Jobs', 'Menopausal Sex', 'How to Fix Your Tractor 101' (kidding...but I'm sure it would happen)--one brave soul raises their hand and asks, “Can you tell me how to find the G-Spot?”
(Almost) Everything You Want To Know About Multiple Orgasm!