Masturbation benefits are endless: it’s good for you, it teaches you about your body, and it feels incredible. Plus it’s maybe the only thing I do that relieves stress better than Barry’s Bootcamp.
There are a lot of differences between the generations. Whatsapp or Snapchat? Facebook or Instagram? Crippling student loan debt or even bigger crippling student loan debt? But one difference that you may not have thought of is our sex and …
It can be a difficult balance to find, but I'm not the only one that can struggles with knowing how to take charge in during sex.
Some women claim that there’s nothing better — and no other way to reach orgasm — than good ol’ cunnilingus, while others finding it underwhelming at best.
First, there's the sense of the unknown and the lack of experience with this person — but it's also the fact that what works with one partner doesn't always translate into another.
I don't know much about golf... but isn't it a lot of wide open space? That's kind of the point, right? Where are they doing it— sandpits? And I've watched enough teenage films to know that sprinklers interrupt pretty much …
I've always been less fancy (you're lucky if I have sheets on my bed), but it seems like candlelight, aphrodisiacs, and a special move or two may actually be the trick.
I didn't imagine what we do in bed could be that different than previous generations— I mean, there's only one way to skin a cat (or another less disgusting metaphor) but turns out, how millennials have sex — and view …
How many people do you know who've had sex-related injuries? OK, maybe no one. But it happens, and probably more than you think.
Well, sort of. "Thinking off" is the way to have an orgasm with only using your brain. It sounds completely bonkers, I know. Honestly, I was pretty skeptical.