Like most people, I’m fascinated by sex. Unlike, most people, I spend my days helping people who have problems with pee, poop, and sex (collectively known as “pelvic health”). I knew early on that this was my calling and that sexual dysfunction was my specific passion. It’s also been the one that I’ve struggled with the most.
Ever since I started writing about sex on LiftLaughKegel, there have been people asking questions about sex toys, specifically vibrators. Turns out that y’all have quite a few questions! Jean wrote in saying “So my friends and I have been debating this for a while. Can using a vibrator too much make your clit less sensitive?” Other readers have asked about what vibrators are most popular, how to pick the right vibrator, and how to clean a vibrator.
I bet you that there isn't a single issue of Cosmopolitan without an ad for some type of lube. Commercials are common and there seem to be so many different brands and types within brands! So how do you know which one to choose?
Ah, Valentine’s Day. Whether you are single, happily married, or desperately trying to avoid the “holiday” it’s out there. And with this holiday comes an emphasis on romance and from there it’s not a far jump to S-E-X. Whether you’re going it solo today or planning on seducing someone there are some things you should know about orgasm!
Alrighty, now if you’re expecting this to be a “Cosmopolitan” style article then you have come to the wrong place. I can’t take credit for these rules. I found them when reading “When Sex Hurts.” I could try to reword them, but honestly the authors did a great job! These “rules” are more like the boundaries which we should have been taught in sex ed. I’ll expand on each of the rules but please keep in my mind that these are my opinions.
It seems like everyone is either having it or thinking about it. That's right, "it" is sex. Let's address the biggest myth out there about getting it on: painful sex.
Sex should never be painful. Boom, I can drop the mic and walk away. Post over.