When you think of foreplay, do you think touching, kissing, massaging? And do you think that happens in the bedroom as simply a perfunctory “warmup” for the big deed? Like, say, 10 minutes worth?
Well, think again. Foreplay isn’t just for the bedroom. In fact, it can be a geographically diverse series of events! It should even start wayyyy before sex.
This article will help you prime yourself and your partner for a sexy night. Here are some things you can do to make the leading up to sex (almost) as good as the sex itself.
Recently, I was on a Zoom call for a class on vulnerability. The facilitator asked us what we are doing during this pandemic to improve an area of our lives. I realized that my answer was unique: I have been working on strengthening my pelvic floor.
You may not realize, but exercising your pelvic floor is something you can do for yourself during this stressful time. All genders benefit from strengthening this area, as it affects your health in a variety of ways.
A strong pelvic floor can help support female organs, as well as the bladder. It may help prevent UTIs – which can get in the way of pain-free sex. Even better, a strong pelvic floor may help support a better sex life, affording better orgasms and increased genital sensitivity.
If you have a penis, a stronger pelvic floor can help with better range of motion for thrusting, and allow you to ejaculate further and with more control! Woohoo!
Let’s get into two ways you can strengthen your pelvic floor.
Given the current times, staying healthy has never been more important. But in addition to making your doctor proud, optimal health can give your sex life a boost while at it!
By now we all should know that certain aspects of wellness have a direct impact on sexual performance.
So in an effort to keep both your body and your sex life in tip-top shape, here are some of the biggest physical factors to help hack your way to better intimacy:
There is a scene in Sex and the City where all four female lead characters sit around a breakfast table and talk about kegels. Samantha mentions she was even doing her kegels as they spoke. Back then it seemed like a cutting edge idea and all “hush hush.”
Cut to 2020: nearly everyone seems to know about kegel exercises. But there have been advances in our knowledge about why kegels are important.
Vaginas. So magical, yet so misunderstood—even by those of us that own one.
Before I say another word, please read the following ACTUAL letter my close friend wrote to her OB/GYN:
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We all know Kegel workouts are the golden path to longer, stronger orgasms, but just like any exercise, if it’s not done correctly, what’s the point?!
Whether it’s cutting corners or improper technique, there’s a surprisingly large room for error when exercising the PC muscles.
Since keeping a strong pelvic floor is an important part of intimate health and enjoyment at every stage of life, I think it’s safe to say we all want to reap as much of the biological benefits as possible.
In navigating your own routine, beware these most common mistakes when it comes to the great wide world of Kegels.
Today we work out how to make sexual ‘adulting’ fun.
Not only will you get the tasks done, but we’ll help you have a good time doing it.
As an expert hula-hooper and someone who’s had sex once or twice, I can appreciate the importance of hip movement during the deed.
Luckily, you don’t have to be a Zumba God to be good at sex.
You just need to learn how to shallow thrust, swivel, and screw.
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There are times when sex can feel truly overwhelming.
To the point that you don’t want to try anymore, or perhaps even give up entirely.
Today we are looking at sexual last resorts, because your sex life is worth fighting for.
Strength and stamina may be the pillars of a bang-up workout, but the same can be totally said for one of life’s greatest activities: hot sex!