Orgasms are great. They feel amazing, they’re fun to have, and the work you have to put in to get them doesn’t feel like work at all! But apart from feeling really damn good, they also have a number of hidden benefits.
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Thought you might never reuse the Halloween cat costume you got last year? Think again! Costumes aren’t just for Christmas, Halloween or Easter. They can be used any (or every) night of the year to enhance your sex play. That’s right, we’re talking about role play, how to initiate it, and why it’s great.
We’re often told technology has no place in the bedroom. And while that may be true for using our smartphones or tablets just before bedtime, when it comes to sex, it’s a very different story.
Technology and sex toys go hand in hand. More and more advances in the sex toy world have allowed people to experience a better sex life, whether that’s alone or with a partner.
Dr Nikki Goldstein is a sexologist, relationship councilor and author of Single But Dating: A Field Guide to Dating in the Digital Age. She knows precisely what causes relationships to flourish - or descend into disaster. If you never seem to get past the first date, you're probably guilty of one of the following behaviors.
If you’re reading this, it’s quite possible you have - or at the very least, someone you know has - tried a sex toy. And of course why wouldn’t you? They’re great. You might use yours every day or only break it out as a birthday treat, either way it’s likely to give you some bloody awesome orgasms. The kind of orgasms, in fact, that you might want for your significant other. If you need more persuading as to why your boyfriend needs a sex toy then here are seven failsafe reasons.
When the world's first dating website appeared, it was largely considered to be a lonely hearts club for computer-savvy losers. Fast-forward to the present day and online dating has become the preferred method of meeting potential partners for millions of people around the world. Unfortunately, this can make it pretty hard to get noticed! Whether you're new to online dating, struggling to make connections or just want to lift your game, these ten tips will help to improve your chances.
Like your favourite jeans, or that ever-flattering LBD that takes the guesswork out of getting ready, good lingerie can make you feel fantastic. Whether your lingerie drawer is home to 10 identical pairs of black briefs, a trusty T-shirt bra and a tangle of tights, or so much satin it looks like Dita VT’s dressing up box, what if we told you you could give it an easy overhaul by adding just five pieces?
Recently, New York attorney general Eric Schneiderman was accused by four women of physical assault during sex. Schneiderman responded by saying that the hitting, choking, and slapping he's accused of were part of kinky "roleplaying." All four women say they never consented to engage in these types of behaviours. Whether or not Schneiderman was indeed "roleplaying" at all, the case is opening up a vitally important conversation about consent, particularly within the context of kink and BDSM.
Here's what you need to know to get it right.
If someone were to tell you there are various types of orgasms that women can have, what would your reaction be? Surely, an orgasm is an orgasm and there’s only a couple of ways to reach that big ‘O’? Think again! It turns out women can achieve 12 different types of orgasms. Yes, 12! Read on to find out more about the ‘Dirty Dozen’ and how you can have them (or give them).
The origin of Shibari is thought to lie in Hojo-jutsu, a martial art used by Samurai in Japan in 1400 to restrain prisoners. To show their prisoners respect, they used rope, different tying techniques and patterns to symbolise the social status of their prisoner, as well as the type and severity of the crime.
Hojo-jutsu took on a new, erotic form in the late 19th Century and became Kinbaku (Kinbaku-bi translates as ‘the beauty of tight binding’) – in today’s western world, it’s called Shibari.
A recent study revealed that over 50 percent of couples are more likely to get frisky while on their vacation, and it’s no surprise really. If stress is one of the biggest contributors to loss of libido, then it’s not rocket science to figure out that less stress = more sex. And isn’t that what holidays are all about?
Now, if you’re someone who likes to add a lil’ something extra to your sexytime, and are lucky enough to be travelling abroad this year for your vacation, you may want to take a sex toy with you.