Maybe it's about not orgasming, maybe you have body hangups, maybe you're worried about the condom breaking — the important thing is to remember that you're not alone.
It's easy to start wondering if the amount of sex you're having is the same as everyone else. Over the course of a relationship, the amount that feels right to you might change — and then you might wonder all the more.
It’s easy to feel like it’s a club that you don’t know anything about. But if you’re interested, it’s actually easier to get into than you might think.
But the truth is, they're way more common than you might think — and if you feel sure that you have a totally weird kink or quirk, you're almost certainly not alone.
Though it can be a scary feeling, especially if you’re used to craving sex regularly, it’s nothing to be embarrassed about if you want to take a step back for a while.
Queefs? Fine. Boob sweat? Who cares. You break their penis? OK, try to avoid that one.
When researchers spoke to 15 women about faking sexual pleasure and it turned out that a lot of women are faking it to get sex to end — especially straight sex.
If you want to see specifically a bride on her third marriage having her hair combed by a donkey while she gives a foot job, it probably exists.
A lot of intimidating sex positions just aren't as tough as you'd think.
A lot of people might still think there's still a taboo around fantasies, but the truth is they're completely healthy, whether you're single or in a relationship.