Things You Should Consider When Buying A Wand Massager (or vibrator)
The Pros and Cons of Arranged Marriages
In this article, we’ll explore the pros and cons of this age-old tradition and help you decide if it’s worth a shot. From the safety net of having a supportive partner chosen by loved ones to the potential loss of freedom in making your own choices, we’ll cover it all. So, grab a cup of tea, and let’s dive in!
Does Sex Make Your Muscles Weak?
Many wannabe experts say you shouldn’t have sex before the day you’re heading for physical activity, say a sports event. However, there’s no scientific study that says you should skip sex before the big day.
It also depends a bit on your experience and age, though.
Setting The Mood: 7 Do's and Don'ts to Achieving the Perfect Ambiance in the Bedroom
Creating the perfect ambiance to set the mood in your bedroom is one the easiest things you can do to improve your sex life. You’d be surprised at how much the look and feel of your bedroom influences your love life.
7 Do's and Don'ts to Achieving the Perfect Ambiance in the Bedroom
Playing Hooky: 7 Excuses to Use When You Need a Day to Yourself
As a child, one of the best feelings in the world was when you could successfully convince your parents that you needed to stay home from school.
Just because you’re an adult now doesn’t mean you can’t still play hooky every now and then.
We all need a day to ourselves to regroup, reset and enjoy life while we still can.
How Frequently Should Bodybuilders Have Sex?
Sex burns a lot of calories, and at the same time, it has a direct relationship with muscle-building, too.
So, if you’re a bodybuilder, or say an athlete, a gymnastic, or any other kind of person who does a LOT of physical activity, does sex ruin your performance?
Well, if this question has been bothering you recently, we have put together this post, especially for you! Read till the end to figure out how much sex is too much for you.
16 Things to Say to Spice Up Your Sexting Game
G-Spot: Myths vs Facts
Is the G-spot real?
Yes and no, there is no distinct part of a woman’s anatomy labeled as the g-spot. However, this magical area in the vagina does seem to be part of the clitoral network. Therefore, it is seen as an erogenous zone inside the vaginal canal about 2-3 inches from the anterior wall opening.
16 Interesting Facts About the Vagina
Don't Forget Foreplay!
Netflix and Chill: Mastering the Chill.
11 Things Everyone Should Know About Condoms
11 Different Types of Orgasms and How to Achieve Them
How Stress Affects Your Sex Life and What to Do About It
Did you know that stress can greatly impact your sex life? It might seem obvious that stress can affect your mood, but it does more than that.