And, as soon as you start using them, you probably realize that they are, well, pretty straightforward. It's masturbation, not rocket science, after all.
Just because you're in your late 20s— and because you haven't dated before— doesn't mean you have to settle.
It’s a fine line between wasting your time in a relationship that is going nowhere, and giving your partner a second chance.
You might have family stress, you might have money stress. And, more often than now, work stress has a way of getting the best of us.
But, no matter how much you love each other, lean on each other, and know each other, maintaining your sense of independence is crucial.
For some people, masturbation means a specific routine at a certain time of day. But others may be able to masturbate at any time and anywhere.
The truth is, there's no fool-proof way to keep the love alive, but understanding how our brains play a role can help you protect yourself, and your relationship, from the erosion of time.
Whether you've just been in a relationship too long to imagine yourself doing anything else or you don't think you deserve any better— or even you just sort of give up— when you're in an unhappy relationship, you just let …
What I mean is, masturbation is amazing, fun, healthy, and not always particularly sexy. That's fine, so let's embrace it.
Too many people think of flirting as a way of letting someone know you're interested in them — but it's really a lot more than that.
It's been the single best thing for my confidence and my sexuality, for a whole lot of reasons.
It makes you feel safer, makes your relationships more rewarding, and, if like me, you're someone who's naturally anxious or insecure, keeps those fears at bay.
Whether you were 'gay until grad' at your all girls' school, watch lesbian porn, or are bisexual like me, there are a lot of ways the ambiguous nature of female sexuality manifests.