Sex therapist Ian Kerner says not to worry, but to be on the safe side, do your Kegels
Whether you’ve tried it or are simply curious about it (or do it all the damn time), the mechanics of anal sex can be…mysterious. Perhaps the biggest question of all: Can backdoor sex do permanent damage to your butt?
That’s a legit concern (because, hello, a very important bodily function happens in that area), so we asked New York City sex therapist Ian Kerner, Ph.D., author of She Comes First to weigh in. Read more
The woman with the world’s strongest vagina, Tatiana Kozhevnikova, says that she toned her vagina with custom-made glass balls
I’m sure your vagina is impressive, but can it lift 31 lbs? Russian mom, Tatiata Kozhevnikova, 42, was feelin’ a little loosey-goosey after giving birth. Instead of just doing kegels like the rest of us, she decided to challenge herself and become a below-the-belt strong woman.
Tatiana read up on the ancient Dao practice of using a small wooden exercise ball to flex the muscles in your hoo-ha. So, she grabbed one of her favorite knick-knacks, a Murano glass ball, off the shelf and dunked it in her hoop. Now, that’s a crafty way to get your husband to stop complaining about your costly tchotchke clutter! But unfortunately, it sorta got lost up there. “It took me ages to get it out!” Tatiana said. We hope she was exaggerating.
But she didn’t let that stop her! Tatiana learned her lesson and had a custom barbell made of two glass balls attached by a safety string for her training. Using determination and her special lady flower, Tatiana boldly body built her vagina’s musculature intensively for 15 years. Read more
A Manhattan spa is offering women a $150 pelvic floor workout. If you can’t afford (or don’t want to pay) $150 for a pelvic floor workout, you can read my post Vaginal Strengthening Exercises for More Powerful Orgasms for free.
Today the New York Times reports on a jaw-dropping addition to the medical spa trend.
Now comes the first medi spa in Manhattan wholly dedicated to strengthening and grooming a woman’s genital area. Phit — short for pelvic health integrated techniques — is to open this month on East 58th Street. Read more
Gadgets like the PelvicToner can tone a woman’s pelvic floor, and give her and her partner more sensation during sex. However, this exercise program can do the same thing – no gadget required.
This strange looking gadget might look like something you’d find in a dodgy sex shop.
But devices like this are actually recommended by medics to tone a woman’s pelvic floor.
Used regularly they can tighten up internal muscles which will have a sensational effect on your sex life.
Women who have strong pelvic floor muscles are more likely to have stronger, longer orgasms. Read more
Men’s Health magazine offers tips to improve your sex life in 2009, from how to really get a bigger penis to getting more one-night stands.
Get a bigger penis
“First off, if you are intent on increasing your penis size those pills your inbox is promising will help you pack a 9-incher don’t work,” says Dr. Frank Chinegwundoh a Consultant Urological Surgeon at 144 Harley Street (www.urologyconsultant.co.uk). Read more
Sex really is an athletic event, and some people are better at it than others. Get enthusiastic “cheering” the next time you do it with these training tips from Coach Kendra.
Premature ejaculation, defined as a lack of voluntary control over ejaculation, affects 25%-40% of men, and polls regularly show that one of women’s main sexual complaints is that men ejaculate too soon. Experts say most men reach orgasm in under three minutes (after 30 to 60 thrusts) while most women require at least seven minutes. If premature ejaculation is a chronic or occasional problem for you, try these two “slow it down” positions. Continue reading