Sex therapist Shirley Zussman reveals the most common problem with modern sexual relationships.
TIME sat down recently with 100-year-old sex therapist Shirley Zussman to discuss what has changed about sex over the past millennium. She is warm, fuzzy, and wonderful and clearly knows her shit.
“There’s so much less actual physical connection, so much less touching. There’s less talking, less touching, less looking. I mean, people get pleasure from looking at each other,” Zussman explained about how we sex now versus how we sexed in the ’60s. Read more
Is sex the key to good health? Sylvia Booth Hubbard reveals eight surprising ways sex keeps you healthy.
“Sex is a part of nature,” said screen legend Marilyn Monroe. “I go along with nature.” Marilyn may not have known it, but nature made sure to provide some spectacular health benefits to having sex — just in case you needed a reason. A romp between the sheets can offer the following advantages: Read more
You’ve probably heard women say that penis size doesn’t matter and that it’s what you do with it that counts, but is there any truth in this? Is there any link between the size of a man’s penis and great sex? The problem with this claim is that it flies in the face of what we know about female sexual anatomy. Continue reading
If your married sex life has become ho-hum, Fawn Weaver suggests five ways to get the sexy back.
Have you heard the rumor that sex in marriage is boring? Well, that’s not the case in my 11-year marriage, and it doesn’t have to be for yours either. One of the beautiful things about being with the same partner for so long is you are able to explore each other’s bodies and its many changes over time.
Don’t settle for a ho-hum sex life in your marriage. Here are five quick ways to get your sexy back. Reed more
The cervix is located at the very back of the vagina and marks the entrance to the uterus. It has been found to be responsible for strong sensation, including a unique type of sexual pleasure and orgasm. The sensation of cervical stimulation feels different from clitoral stimulation, because they are responding to two different nerve-systems. The cervix responds to the hypo-gastric, pelvic and vagus nerve-systems, whereas the clitoris uses mostly the pudendal nerve-system. Continue reading
No woman is going to be as tight as she was in her teens, but if you think you may be too loose, Caitlin MacKenna reveals five natural ways to tighten the vagina.
One of the most common complaints among women is that they feel their vaginas are too loose. The feeling of having a loose vagina leaves many women with low self-esteem and unable to have the sex life they desire. However, there are several natural solutions for a loose vagina that don’t involve expensive and potentially dangerous vaginoplasty. Here are five of the best ways to naturally tighten the vagina. Read more
Being good in bed requires some strength and stamina. Here are five exercises to make men better at sex.
Having sex uses a lot of muscles you don’t normally use during the course of the day. “The last thing you want to worry about during the act is getting tired or losing stamina,” says Patti Britton, Ph.D., clinical sexologist, and author of The Art of Sex Coaching: Expanding Your Practice. You’ll enjoy yourself a lot more—and be more adventurous—if your body is prepped for better performance in bed. Here are 5 Read more