Monday, February 13, 2006

Teach him to hit your C-spot

Most women don't know how pleasurable it can be to stimulate this part of the body, if you haven't tried yet, do it and you won't regret it.
No, not your clitoris, but your cervix (at the entry to your uterus).
It's an area rich in sensitive nerve endings and tapping it repeatedly can give a gal an explosive orgasm. The problem is, many men can't quite reach this far inside a woman's vagina. Help him stretch that extra inch by pulling up your legs during him-on-top sex – this shortens the vaginal canal.

Monday, February 06, 2006

Heating up!

Excited by the idea of having a threesome or group sex? Maybe you're very curious about it but too shy to do it with strangers... Take a look at this tip and decide if you really wanna try it.
If you and your lover want to open up your sex life to other couples but aren't quite ready for the anonymous swingers scene, why not invite a pair you know to join your fun? Consider your quarry carefully – the chosen ones must be attractive, open-minded and relaxed. Bear in mind that they might regard your request as hysterically funny or absurd, so consider whether your friendship could survive a rejection. Once you've found a willing couple, establish early on what you all want to get out of the experience (some may only want to watch) then warm up with a kinky couples game like Nookii.

Sunday, January 29, 2006

Performing Fellatio

Oral sex is great to receive, but what about doing it for your guy? Some women like it, some don't, here goes some tips:
Fellatio is oral sex performed on a man. It is a great way to give pleasure; regardless of whether it is for foreplay, after play, or the main event. Like all other sexual skills, they must be learned, so communication is highly recommended.
Keep in mind, when you are performing oral sex, you are doing this for him. Sending negative vibes about not wanting to or how much of a chore it is will take away from his experience. If you act enthusiastic, chances are it will be over faster, and it will be your turn to receive. If you are really against performing fellatio, explain to your partner why you don’t, and don’t allow him to force you if you are uncomfortable.
Cleanliness is essential with virtually all forms of sexual play; particularly in oral sex where a bad taste or smell will undoubtedly dampen enthusiasm on the part of the giver. A bath or shower is a great primer, and can be the start of the festivities. If you are uncomfortable with a particular smell that your partner may have, suggest taking a shower with you, because you’ve had a busy day and don’t feel clean. You don’t want to point out the smell (unless it is a very common occurrence and can be prevented), as that will only lead to anxieties and take away from the overall experience.

Monday, January 23, 2006

Love in the Tub

What's better than exploring all of your sexuality having a sexual encountar in different places. Taking a bath with your love can be relaxing and also exciting!
Rub-a-dub-dub, have a twosome in your tub! A supersensual bath with your boy will strengthen your bond while getting you both strokably soft. These tantalizing, couples-specific spa treatments are guaranteed to lead to a steamy good time.
The perfect antidote to winter chills and holiday-season stress? A long and totally sensual bathtub date. It's just as sexy as skinny-dipping, only far more intimate...and beautifying to boot. So set aside time for a hot, steamy tub session for two. Use therapeutic rubs and luxurious scrubs and oils to get each other squeaky-clean, silky soft and gloriously uninhibited. "When you're in the tub with someone, you've let down all of your defenses, so each touch becomes all the more intimate," says Helen Fisher, Ph.D., a New York City anthropologist.

Friday, January 20, 2006

Sexual Health Tricks from Doctors

Sexual health is very important and there's some things you should know to keep it safe and pleasurable. Pay attention to these:

  • Have a lot of sex. "Regular sex (or masturbating) tones the muscles surrounding your vagina, intensifying orgasms, and keeps your vaginal walls flexible, making sex more comfortable," says Dr. Mulvihill. Also, arousal triggers natural lubrication, which coats the vagina, protecting the walls from irritation.
  • Moisturize more than your face. "Women rarely think to apply moisturizer around the vulva, but I see a lot of dry skin in that area," says Lisa Masterson, an ob/gyn in Santa Monica, Calif. Although you should never put moisturizer on your inner lips, it's safe to apply a gentle, hypoallergenic brand to the external areas, especially where your underwear may rub and chafe.
  • Spit isn't a good vaginal lubricant. "Lots of women use saliva from oral sex as lubricant for sex, but it's not as slippery as a water-based lubricant or your natural secretions and therefore can leave you vulnerable to small vaginal tears," says Suzanne Trupin, M.D., professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Illinois College of Medicine at Urbana.

Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Q&A

Should I or should I not have anal sex? The decision is up to you, but I can certainly help you with some usefull information, read on...

Q: My guy wants to have anal sex, but that's one act I'm clueless about. Is it safe? What do I need to know?
A: These days, interest in backdoor booty is growing. Due to the prevalence of online pornography and the breaking down of sexual taboos, anal sex is no longer considered something only gay guys do. In fact, according to data released in a recent sex survey by the National Center for Health Statistics, one in every three women admitted to having had anal sex by the age of 24.
However, the act still isn't exactly mainstream, so the prospect of exploring this somewhat "forbidden" area can be extremely erotic, explains Keesling, which is another reason why anal sex is becoming more popular. Not to mention the fact that the anus is loaded with nerve endings and can be a pleasure center for both men and women.
Bottom line (no pun intended): If the idea excites you, it's fine to explore. But there are a few key things you should be aware of. Unlike the vagina, the anus isn't self-lubricating or elastic. "The sphincter muscles clench upon contact, making penetration uncomfortable if you're not relaxed," says Keesling. So to enjoy the act, you need to take it slowly, having him insert just a little bit at a time. And be sure to use lots of water-based lube. Finally, even couples in a monogamous relationship must use a condom (free of nonoxynol 9, which can damage rectal tissue) to prevent the spread of bacteria and be sure to replace that condom before switching to vaginal intercourse.