Sex Education for the modern sex life
🍌Whether size matters or not when it comes to sex has been a big debate. However, the G-Spot has proven pretty effectively that vulva-havers’ orgasms don’t really depend on size, but the knowledge of how to use what you have. No matter how big or small, there are positions that will improve the experience for both parties.
What if he has less to work with? Missionary is a good option, allowing for deeper penetration. Placing pillows under the vulva-haver’s hips can heighten the experience even more.
What if he’s a bit too much? Spooning and cowgirl are going to be your friends here. The curvature of spooning limits how deep a partner can go, while cowgirl lets the vulva-haver control how deep and fast penetration is.
Size doesn’t matter. Like they say, “It isn’t about the size of the boat, it’s about the motion of the ocean.” What is important is choosing a good position that works with what you have, not against it.
Besides, penetration isn’t the end-all, be-all of sex. People tend to think of using hands and mouths as the build-up to the “main act” when these can really be just as much fun. Also, don’t underestimate how much sex toys can add to the experience. You don’t have to limit your partners based on size. Big or small, you can still have a good time.
Take good care of your body: exercise regularly, eat a healthy and well-balanced diet, limit alcohol, quit smoking, maintain good dental hygiene, protect your skin from the sun, get enough sleep, consider taking vitamin supplements.
Continue to enjoy life: stay socially active, engage in a new hobby, start learning new skills, try a new sport.
Find comfort in your style: forget the rules and wear clothes that you like and find comfy, wear your hair and makeup the way you like it–focus on your best features.
Know yourself, be yourself, and love yourself: become your own best friend and admirer, listen to the voice of your desires, not your inner critic. Feel free to talk about your fears related to aging with a specialist who will help you approach getting older with confidence.
❗️Cosmetics surgery is not for everyone, and, most importantly, it doesn’t really define “beauty”. Feeling comfortable within yourself does.
Ready for a perfectly refreshing, sex-boosting treat?
Studies suggest that watermelon may work as a natural Viagra. Here’s how:
🍉Watermelon is rich in L-citrulline, an amino acid that helps improve blood flow.
🍉L-citrulline supports the body in optimizing blood flow when it converts to L-arginine and then to nitric oxide.
🍉Nitric oxide is involved in vasodilation (dilation of the blood vessels). Low levels of nitric oxide are associated with mental and physical fatigue and sexual dysfunction.
🍉Similarly to Viagra, L-citrulline increases blood flow to the sexual organs but without any negative side effects.
A delicious aphrodisiac treat and a vibrating toy are the perfect duo to spice up your bedroom! Have fun! 😈
Not that you ever need reasons to have a good f*ck, but here they are, backed by science:
🔥During sex, you can burn up to 200 calories per about an hour (get on top to burn more!).
🔥Relaxation hormones released after sex improve sleep.
🔥Sex lowers stress levels and helps you handle stress better.
🔥Regular sex lowers the chances to die from heart disease.
🔥Having sex regularly can reduce the risk of prostate cancer and breast cancer.
🔥Sex boosts the levels of antibodies that protect you against viruses.
🔥Endorphins released during orgasm relieve headaches.
🔥Penis-havers who have sex frequently and vulva-owners who orgasm often live longer.
🔥Sex, and especially post-sex cuddles, build strong intimate bonds.
🔥Married couples having regular sex tend to feel happier in relationships.
🔥Sexual activity increases neurogenesis, and so improves mental function.
🔥Intimacy boosts blood circulation that benefits your skin and appearance.
🔥The more you have sex, the more you want it!
You’d think there’s more time than ever to enjoy sex for couples under lockdown, but the statistics in the US show 50% of partners stuck inside together 24/7 are actually too stressed to have sex.
Stress is a huge libido killer. Ironically, it’s sex that can help fight it. Remember that things will once be okay again. Meanwhile, don’t let the spark fade in your relationship: plan sex, watch erotic movies together, incorporate sex toys into your bedroom.
Of course, you don’t need a partner to achieve a mind-blowing orgasm, if you’re quarantined alone. Get some new erotic toys and enjoy yourself!
Aging makes us feel uncomfortable, and kind of intimidated. Is it about “fading beauty” or mortality? While wrinkles are a natural part of the aging process showing that your whole body is changing, that’s not what defines attractiveness and sexiness (Wanna check? Go on Tinder and see how many people want you).
❤️According to Erikson’s study, human life doesn’t stop developing at 20, it is divided into eight stages of physiological development. Once successfully completed, each of the stages results in your personal evolution and growth. This means that each new day, year, and decade is shaping you into a different, stronger, better self.
Age is a state of mind. Feeling good about ourselves is what really makes us feel and look attractive.
When done right, testicle play can be extremely enjoyable both for balls-owners and their partners. A couple of tips, though:
🍒Communication is key. No two penis-havers are the same, and sometimes even no two balls are. Try different techniques and get your partner to share how they like it most.
🍒Don’t take your partner by surprise. Start off gently (but not too softly) and keep it that way unless asked for more intense stimulation.
🍒Take off your rings and watch your nails and teeth. The scrotum skin is very delicate and thin.
Here’re a few techniques to experiment with:
🍌Pay attention to the seam–the very sensitive line between two testicles. Stroke it with your tongue or fingers from top down and back along the sack.
🍌Gently rub, pull, or pinch the skin of the sack. Roll it between your fingertips. Add lube for a smoother touch.
🍌Play with the balls: cup both testicles, squeeze or pull carefully, roll them in your palm like dice, or softly tap with your fingertips.
🍌Use your mouth: lick all over the scrotum, suck on the bit of skin or put the whole ball in your mouth and suck lightly. Flick your tongue quickly back and forth, and between the balls. Trace circles around the balls.
🍌Pair activities: play with the scrotum while rimming, fingering, or blowing your partner. Get mouthy on their nuts while giving them a hand job–the combinations are endless!
🍌Incorporate toys: use massagers and testicle vibrators or combine testicle play with a butt plug or prostate vibrator to add to the sensation.
Tips on having some good ol’ phone sex for a perfectly safe long-distance f*ck. (Before anything else, make sure that you trust your partner and that both of you want it)
🌶Tease your partner throughout the day before the call.
🌶Eliminate distractions, make yourself comfortable, and close your eyes.
🌶Share your erotic role-play ideas, if you have anything particular in mind.
🌶Talk. Talk a lot. Talk dirty. Tell your partner exactly what you want to do (or what you want them to do).
🌶Incorporate sex toys into your play.
🌶Comment on your action and sensations.
🌶Ask your partner about theirs.
🌶Feel free to make sexy noises.
🌶Continue for as long as you and your partner want to enjoy it.
Few know that some of the scientific advances which we now take for granted came at a high and terrible cost. To fully comprehend the sacrifice that should never be repeated again, we need to learn about and pay tribute to those who had to endure inhuman treatment in the name of “medical research.”
The work of Dr. Deirdre Cooper Owens made an invaluable contribution to understanding the subject in the case of the history of American gynecology. As it turned out, modern gynecology–a seemingly familiar medical practice–carried deep, dark secrets of its own.
For a long time, unethical methods had been used in the course of its development. Enslaved and poor women had been exploited in medical experimentation for the research of female anatomy.
Unfortunately, racial, gender and class discrimination in healthcare is not yet history. To eliminate it, we need to be aware of the problem and be ready to stand up to it for ourselves and many others suffering from it.
All humans are born free and equal in their rights!