Looking for a way to take your bedroom rendezvous to the next level? Say hello to sensation play. This is basically any activity that focuses on the exploration of physical sensation, and can involve everything from soft and sensual acts to intense pain. Sensation play can feel amazing, and send your pleasure to whole new realms.
Fantasizing about having sex as someone else, or with someone else other than your partner, is nothing new. Fantasy fuels reality, and without it we’d all be pretty bored– and boring, for that matter.
In fact, role-play can be one of the best ways to spice up your bedroom life. Think about it– after a grueling week full of kids, work, school and dinner, the thought of changing your name and moving to a different area code sounds pretty appealing. Of course, you aren’t going to uproot your life and ditch your family, but role-play lets you take a little break from the pangs of reality.
Have you ever had sex at a hotel — whether on vacation or during a business trip — and felt like it was the best sex you’ve ever had in your life? Chances are it very well was! But not for reasons you may think. Continue Reading
Solo or with a partner, achieving orgasm is like the pot of gold at the end of a sexy rainbow. But what happens when that rainbow of toys, foreplay, and sex doesn’t quite bring you all the way to your big ‘O’? As much as we would love to sit back, relax, and let our partners take care of all the hard climactic work, our orgasms are our responsibility. Although it’s your partner that helps get you there, they can’t do it alone, they need you– body AND mind. Whether you’re on the struggle bus with orgasming in general, or are experiencing a temporary lag in your typically dependable climax, here are a few tips to take control of every orgasm-oriented experience for a satisfying slide into that big ole’ pot of pleasure.
While knowing how to please yourself might seem almost like a primitive skill that you’re supposed to be born with, for a lot of women it’s the opposite. In fact, many women reach adulthood believing that thinking, talking about or even exploring the wide world of masturbation is taboo.