When massage wands were invented, they weren’t designed to be used for masturbation at all. Soon sex therapist Betty Dodson discovered the orgasmic power of […]
Your whole body can and should be part of your sexual anatomy. Yet most of us reduce what we see as our sexual anatomy down to just our penis.
The current sex revolution values sexuality as a vital part of being human, in practicing love, empathy and using technology to support us in doing so.
Sexting is meant to be a form of digital foreplay and can get us in the mood for sex – whether it be IRL later that same day or by keeping LDRs hot and heavy even when you’re far apart.
Sexuality and relationships are not mutually exclusive, learning about your body is a vital process in developing a healthy sexual identity and it’s possibly the best time to explore pleasure when you’re single, so here’s what you can do to practice sexual pleasure.
When the kids get back into regular sleeping and eating patterns, so do we. Mothers come to life again and actually know what day of the week it is.
They’re just going to make your sex life even better.
We imagine a sexy bedroom scenario, feeding your lover strawberries, or covering them in whipped cream or chocolate sauce. But, how do we really go about it? And aren’t things going to get… messy?
I guess I also learned that it’s fun to stick vibrating stuff in your ass sometimes. Just to shake things up.
Because the day is to be marked with oodles upon oodles of orgasms, it’s important to prep. Here’s how to make this National Orgasm Day the best yet.