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7 Sex Situations Not to Freak Out Over

Yvonne K. Fulbright, author of Touch Me There! A Hand Guide to Your Orgasmic Hot Spots, tells how to handle seven sex situations, ranging from crying during sex to unexpected discharges, without freaking out or being embarrassed.

Nobody likes to be sideswiped during sex. People prefer at least to appear to know what they are doing. They like to handle the unexpected with a bit of grace.

Yet there are a few scenarios that can throw even the best of lovers for a bit of a loop. Typically involving tears, fluids or noises, some situations prove themselves to be more unnerving than others.

It’s no wonder, then, that lovers may find themselves freaking out over any of the following situations: Read more

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