D.A. Barber says these are the seven most pleasurable sex positions. Have you tried them all?
If your sex life is loosing its excitement or you just want to spice things up and make her moan every night, then it’s time to start experimenting with the 7 most pleasurable sex positions. No, you don’t have to become a Kamasutra master or crawl into bed with a bunch of battery-operated toys. You’ll just need to be willing to sweat a bit (chicks like that!) while you lift, squat and bounce her panting body around. So consider this a “menu” of the 7 most pleasurable sex positions to feed your gratification and surprise the hell out of her. Read more
Many women are not experiencing the sexual pleasure and orgasms that they could and should be enjoying. It’s not completely the fault of men, either. That’s not to let men off the hook completely. However, before a man can bring us to orgasm, we need to be ready and willing.
1) Be confident about your body.
If you are not confident undressing in front of your partner, you may not be confident enough to communicate to your partner on how to bring you to that peak of sexual pleasure. Confidence plays a big role in sexual satisfaction because it allows you to relax and open up to your partner. If your body isn’t perfect, join the club. Whatever flaws you think you have, you far more aware of them than your man is. Be confident about your body. Continue reading
A lot of women have difficulties receiving pleasure and climaxing from someone else’s touch, so you need to be able to find a surefire way to give her the kind of pleasure that you are looking to give. The only way to make that happen is with oral sex. Twice as many women can reach orgasm from cunnilingus as can from intercourse. However, you need to perform oral sex on a woman the right way. These three cunnilingus tips are guaranteed to bring her to an orgasm tonight. Continue reading
Men love breasts. They love looking at them; they love touching them; they love everything about them. But what many women don’t realize is that their breasts can give them lots of satisfaction too. The truth is, your breasts play an important role in pleasing both of you. These six moves will help you double your pleasure and ensure they’re not left out of the fun.
Your breasts are not there just to enchant your lover; they are also a sex organ. When used appropriately they can enhance the pleasure of sex for you as well as your partner. Read the article below to discover some interesting ways through which you and your partner can enjoy your breasts during lovemaking.
If you pay attention to your breasts, you can use them to enhance your sexual pleasure. According to experts, when your partner caresses your breasts, your brain releases a chemical called oxytocin in your bloodstream. This oxytocin works as a love hormone. It is also triggered by hugging and orgasm. Oxytocin is also known to strengthen the bonding feeling between you and your partner. To get more out of cuddling, press your breasts into his chest or pull him towards you so that so that your nipple brushes against his chest, this will give you a delightful sensation. Read more
As I said in my post 100 Things about Me Sexually, “I’d rather have no sex at all than bad sex.” Cosmopolitan explains why bad sex is shortening your life.
Talk about getting your knickers in a twist. When earlier this year a brochure from the British National Health Service announced, “An orgasm a day keeps the doctor away,” it created an immediate brouhaha, with educators and health experts calling it deplorable and warning that it would encourage “risky” behavior and STDs.
Okay, maybe the Health Service did go a bit too far when they created a page from a fictional high-school girl’s weekly planner with handwritten reminders to “masturbate!” and “bring condoms to the date on Saturday!” But it turns out, they have a very strong point. “There are a number of health benefits to be gained from having sex or an orgasm — or many orgasms — daily,” says Yvonne K. Fulbright, PhD, author of Pleasuring: The Secrets of Sexual Satisfaction. The stress-relief goodies are obvious, along with better sleep and some PMS pain relief. But that’s just the small stuff. Read more
Sex therapist Jennifer Pulaski reveals how to control ejaculation, last as long as you want with your partner in bed, and enjoy ecstatic erotic pleasure – and maybe multiple orgasms.
1. Relax your abdominal muscles
When you make love, do not tense your abdominal muscles. Deliberately relax them. You can practice relaxing and tensing your abdominal muscles when you are not having sex. This helps you get used to what it feels like for your ab muscles to be completely relaxed. Read more