For most of us, the seven-year itch comes long before seven years. Yes, the end of the honeymoon period is a real thing.
Treating sex as a mechanical, strictly instinctive act isn’t just inaccurate, it’s misleading. Most of sex is nothing to do with reproduction, it’s sex for sex’s sake. It’s sex for the sake of pleasure.
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.
There's not a best way to break up. It's always tough and often we don't want face it head on.
But there are still good masturbation techniques you should know, and it's just as important to mix things up in your alone life as your sex life.
And there are some positions that may be a little tricky to get into (or work your upper body better than a thousand vinyasas) but are totally worth it for the payoff.
You know what's ruining your sleep, your grammar, and your relationship? I hope you're not reading this on your phone.
But if you know that you want to wait a while, it's totally normal to wonder how long you can delay pregnancy—and if you can or should take any other measures, like egg freezing, in the meantime.
The seven-year itch doesn't look so bad now. A new study shows that our interest in our partners starts waning well before that time.
A new British survey has shown some worrying attitudes toward sexual health. In particular, reactions to sexual transmitted infections (STIs) and number of sexual partners. And it was all just awful.