Sexpert Tracey Cox says there are seven things you must master to be good in bed.
A great body? Being able to tie a cherry stalk into a knot with your tongue? Knowing every position in the Kama Sutra?
What ARE the qualities that separate an average lover from a brilliant one?
I’d say if you can tick all these boxes, you can award yourself a big gold star! Read more
Women reveal when they want their partners to orgasm.
Orgasming is the obvious end goal to pretty much every sex act. But when it comes to how long it takes you to get there, what’s the ideal amount of time to last before giving yourself over to the big “O”?
Of course, the answer is going to vary from person to person. But if you’re taking too long or climaxing too early, it’s likely that your partner is going to try out a few tactics to either speed things up — or keep you from coming Read more
Danielle Page reveals how to drive your partner wild by mastering the Edging Sexual Pleasure Technique.
As the old saying goes, “Good things come to those who wait.” Especially when that good thing is an orgasm, and your woman is the one doing the waiting.
Edging is the method of bringing yourself (or your partner) to the brink of orgasm, then backing away right before it happens, and repeating the process over and over again until you finally allow it to happen. To what end? Well, according to the first ever study done on women’s pleasure, 65.5% of women report that edging builds longer, more intense orgasms. Knowledge is power, am I right? Read more
Some women are afraid that their sex partners will be offended or think they’re sluts if they tell them what they want in bed, so Isis Nezbeth reveals some alternative ways to make your point.
The only thing worse than not having sex is having bad sex, but how do you let him know he’s not getting you there? Should you even tell him? The answer is yes. Sometimes you gotta let him know what’s up! You don’t have to argue about the sex, you can simply show him what you really want. Here are seven sneaky ways to show him what you really want in bed. Let’s get into it! Read more
Sexpert Gabrielle Moore reveals four bad boy sex tricks that nice guys can use to become the kind of lover women talk about to their friends.
Bad boys are legendary – a woman who’s been with one practically passes out from bliss when she talks about her experience. You might be thinking, “Who, me? Be bad boy?” But any man who wants to can wake up his hibernating alpha male… and have a good time doing it. See, bed-devil status is about a fearless attitude, not how much sexual experience you have or whether you wear leather. Women dig when guys are unbridled and uninhibited, push their own boundaries, break the rules, and ask for what they want. While you’re probably eager to meet the bad boy inside, you may not be exactly sure where to start. If you think you can handle the heat, try one of these no-holds-barred ways to get very dirty. Read more
A woman’s breasts are an erotic hot spot. These five breast fondling techniques will stoke the fires of her arousal.
A woman’s breasts are a symbol of her femininity, and are often considered her second most erogenous zone, after the genitals. For the majority of women, their breasts are a source of great sexual pleasure. Not only that, but breast stimulation also increases vaginal lubrication. Even so, women do vary in how much they enjoy breast play. Although, most women find these five breast fondling techniques to be quite pleasurable, with a new lover, starting out slowly and gently to gauge her reaction is the best approach. Read more
Aly Walansky reveals seven ways to make sex about so much more than straight intercourse.
Intercourse-only sex is often not very good sex, and the way our culture has tended to define real sex as only intercourse doesn’t help matters.
“The things that can make sex most satisfying and arousing are often slighted as ‘foreplay,’ and we don’t actually teach enough about why these things are crucial to enjoyment for many women. Those activities might seem like kid stuff, but they are some of the most sophisticated sexual activities you can do — and they can be highly, highly pleasurable,” says Carol Queen, sexologist for Good Vibrations. Read more