Touch his penis! Men like it and it feels good. Plus sometimes they do need help getting hard and that’s perfectly normal (and becomes more common as men age) and nothing at all to worry about.
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If you are breastfeeding your child, they are less than six months old, they only eat breastmilk (no other food at all), and you haven’t had a period since before your pregnancy, then your fertility will be delayed (up to 98% effective method of contraception). However, there’s no way to know when you will become ...
Treat yourself to a new dress, or makeup, or lingerie. Feeling attractive and confident will also make you feel sexier and that’s always a good thing when looking to spice up your sex life!
Don’t worry if you have bad sex the first time you are with someone. New partners can be awkward and as long as you have a sense of humour and enjoy each other’s company chances are things will improve the more time you spend together. Just have fun and keep an open mind!
If you get moody and irritable when you first go on the pill, don’t lose hope. First of all, it takes a couple of months for your body to adjust, and second of all, if your body doesn’t agree with the pills there are many different hormone combinations to try. There’s a good chance that ...
Have you ever tried sex education classes for adults? Lots of the up-market sex shops offer educational workshops for singles or couples. You could take a kissing class with your lover or get a group of ladies to learn the art of lingam massage! Whatever you choose to do it will be a fun night ...
Want a cheap, fun date? Stay home with a cheesy romance movie, popcorn, and a bottle of wine. You can actually watch the show or (the better option) make out like you did when you first started dating and forget the movie is even on!
Ladies, learn to know the signs of ovulation! So many women have no idea and so many headaches and anxious days waiting for your period to start could be avoided if you learned the simple signs. Read about it here.
Don’t believe the commercials! Lubricant isn’t right for everyone, especially the “warming” and “tingling” ones which have extra chemicals added. If you have sensitive skin or a bad reaction make sure you buy the ones with the least additives and chemicals. You can get “natural” kinds and water-based is always best.