For a lot of things, especially if one partner is going to feel particularly vulnerable, the asking has to happen.
New research shows that one very simple — and surprising — factor that may affect your ability to orgasm: your sense of smell.
With porn, without porn. With vibrators, without vibrators. There are a lot of options — and I have no idea what most people are doing during their solo sessions.
Masturbating is totally normal and because it let's you learn about what you really want, it can greatly improve your sex life.
When it's done badly — or just too often— you are there on your hands and knees and it can feel like your partner's just thudding away. Not sexy.
When you think of mindfulness and sex, you probably think of gentle positions, face caressing, maybe even some flowers and candlelight thrown in for good measure.
For some people, being in control in the bedroom comes naturally, but other people need some help to feel confident.
Any position can be really romantic or straight-up BDSM, it's all about the technique and your connection with your partner.
But because we don't talk about porn, we make a lot of weird assumptions about it as well.
Whether it's struggles with body positivity or just the general fear of not being good enough, it can have a huge affect on your sex life.