There is having sex, and then there is having the best orgasm to make sex out of this world! However, when talking about orgasms there are many stereotypes and myths surrounding the Big ‘O’. For instance, have you heard the one that some people just can’t have orgasms while making love while others can?
[dropcap style="font-size: 60px; color: #267abf;"]I[/dropcap]ntimacy in a relationship is a combination of many factors both emotionally and physically. On the physical side of the relationship sexual satisfaction usually ranks on the list of must haves. For us ladies there is one “go too” spot created just for this, and that of course is our
[dropcap style="font-size: 60px; color: #267abf;"]A[/dropcap]re you having problems ‘coming’? This question is usually not one asked of men as most men can climax without much difficulty. Unfortunately the same cannot be said about women. Nearly 1 in 3 women report that they do not always have an orgasm when they have sex. For
[dropcap style="font-size: 60px; color: #267abf;"]I[/dropcap]t’s hard to imagine that there was once a time when it was thought women did not have orgasms, which then was altered to say what women experienced was much different than men. Thankfully as medicine advanced and our knowledge of anatomy, we know that women definitely have all
What makes sex great? Is it the way it feels before during and after? Maybe it’s the climax, the Big O. When determining if sex was good, great or indifferent, can the quality of sex be solely based on orgasms? The answer to that question thankfully is no, but there is a discussion
The question that everyone wants to the answer to but will not openly ask the question. "How do I get better in bed?" Girl or guy, straight or gay, regardless of social status, those of us who care about our sexual performance want to know ways that we can get better. Yes there
How is possible that for two consenting adults having sex either one or both of them are left unsatisfied? What is keeping them from being fulfilled not just physically but emotionally too? If you are feeling less than satisfied with your sex life, don't stress about it you are not alone. In
Could your sex life use a boost? Maybe you'd like to rediscover a stronger connection with your partner, deepen your own sexual self-awareness, or just have more fun in bed. The Prevention Sex Jump Start—two weeks' worth of ideas from the country's leading sexual health doctors, researchers, and counselors—can help you make sex a priority