We’ve all come across at least one in our sexual travels. And even if we haven’t we’ve certainly heard the tales. The tale of the hot dog in a bun.
Yes, I’m talking about the ever elusive foreskin. You may feel as if you’re lost at sea when first navigating the uncircumcised penis. Well, consider this your foreskin map and compass, which only points towards ecstasy.
Didn’t learn much in sex ed? You’re not alone. Time for a redo, and this time, you’ll actually learn some useful information that will change the path of your sex life and relationships forever. Dare I say, this will be an entirely revolutionary experience.
I’m talking about the Sexual Health Expo (SHE) – This is the first event of its kind and it’s already on the way to impacting the sexual community in a monumental way. It’s like the g-spot for sexual health events, taking place in Los Angeles on January 17-18!
The Sexual Health Expo is an ideal destination for men and women, singles and couples.. Basically anyone who wants to have a healthy sex life should be there!
Isn’t it about time for an open conversation about sex, beyond the limits of the actual bedroom? I’m excited to be a part of this amazing event, “Beyond the Bedroom”, taking place November 5th at The Body Well in West Hollywood:
Do you ever feel like we get so caught up on being great lovers that we’ve forgotten some of our most basic bedroom moves? I mean sure, you can twist yourself into a pretzel during doggie style, but if you can’t give a good hand job, what’s the point? This show is all about taking you back to the basics, to the things you think you learned in middle school, but forgot along the way.
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Chatelaine Magazine wanted to find out my exercise routine, or should I say ‘sexercise’ routine. Fitness is important for better sexual health. Here’s my go-to recommendations:
1. Do yoga
The flexibility of yoga definitely is important. But beyond the flexibility for certain positions it has so many benefits in that it makes you less stressed. It opens up parts of your body that can help you when you’re having sex. Continue Reading