According to a newly released survey, over 50 percent of people have gotten busy with a colleague. Here’s how to handle the aftermath.
If you’ve already had the best sex of your life…what’s next?
“A good sex scene is like a good car chase, shootout, fight or, to paraphrase Alfred Hitchcock, murder scene.”
Why isn’t anyone investing millions of dollars in developing a mass-market drug to decrease male desire — an anti-Viagra? And why do I sort of wish someone would?
Lybrido (ha, good name, guys) is a female libido booster that scientists are now concerned might be “too effective.”
It’s no secret that we’re programmed to crave sexual newness – in fact, it stimulates our brains in much the same way narcotics do, by triggering the release of dopamine. Unfortunately, novelty, by definition, cannot last.
I have never experienced simultaneous orgasm. And the closest I’ve ever come to levitation is that time I went into a headstand in yoga class, fell over, and magically landed in king pigeon pose. But I can share with you five ways in which yoga can improve your sex life.
Remote control vibes can be great fun. They can be the perfect way to spice up a sex life that’s become routine. But when used in public, they can also be brutal on the people around you.
If the only thing that turns you on more than sex is money, then we have a couple of things you’ll need to add to your personal erotica collection.
Women tend to experience desire after they’ve already started fooling around, while men experience “spontaneous desire.” This difference can create the appearance that male desire is stronger, when that’s not necessarily the case.