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Dating Tips

Spotting when your partner is ready for sex


Whether you’re looking for a casual fling or want to take your relationship from flirty to frisky, you need to know the signs that say: “Let’s do it” or “Don’t even think about it”! We’ve got some handy tips to help you spot the difference!

How to pass the first date test


You can worry about it and muddle it all you like. You can say the wrong thing, spill the wine, pig out on a four course feast while your date eats salad, forget the name of that book you were reading especially to make conversation… And it’ll all be okay. You want to get to the second date? Well, you’ve got it – if you follow these rules.

Casual Sex: The Rules


Between relationships – and don’t want a new relationship yet – but not ready to give up your sex life? Well, thanks be to condoms, you might find the casual sex option the solution for you. These are the rules.

Sexual success – and the human male


Many men feel unsuccessful with women. The Lovers’ Guide lets you into the secrets of sexual success!

Sex on the first date?


The first time you go to bed with a new partner can be a nerve-wracking experience. Just remember that being a great lover isn’t a solo act. Impress your new lover with these simple ways to make the first time fantastic

Ready for love?


You’re at the stage when you’re ready to make love? While you can’t guarantee mind-blowing sex on the first night, you can ensure your new lover comes back for a second helping!

Broaching the condom question


You may feel embarrassed and think that bringing up the condom question will make your partner feel like you’re accusing them of having a disease – or even label you as a trollop. Nowadays, that shouldn’t be the case. Safer sex is the responsible thing to do and no good partner should expect anything less. Here are a few ways to make it easier.