When thinking back on grade school’s past, sex education is not the most glamorous times that come to mind. Awkward anatomical diagrams, 30-year-old animations, crossword puzzles filled with vocabulary words like “wet dream” and “fallopian tube”…
I have a concern about something that has been happening when my boyfriend and I have sex. When we are having a longer sex session (past 30 minutes) I’ve noticed that I tend to dry out, even though I was extremely wet a few minutes before. And what’s worse, it becomes extremely uncomfortable. Is it possible that I could run out of my own juices? I mean, I’m only 22! This has really been affecting my sex life, because I take a longer time to orgasm during intercourse, and my boyfriend usually takes a while also. Is this normal? What should I do?
Have you ever questioned your sexual abilities? You know, like “Did I rock her or his world?” or “Are they faking it”? If you don’t, good for you! But if you do ask yourself these sorts of questions more than you’d like to admit, there’s one more question you need to ask: What are you doing to change things up? Maybe you get yourself some Promescent to help you last longer in the sack, or perhaps you brought a toy into the bedroom to spice things up, but that’s only part of the answer.
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Yes, there’s your answer. I’m sure you’ve heard some rumors about it, but all great things have both good and bad reputations! If you open up your mind and explore the possibilities of lube, these myths will mean nothing when you experience the best sex ever! Continue Reading