If you’re curious or wondering whether you might be gay – and this can still be a troubling question – you may be closer to sexual fulfillment than you might think. Keep an open mind and you can readily discover your true sexuality and reap the rewards.
Sex and power are inextricably linked and both are powerful aphrodisiacs. But what about their effect on relationships between the sexes? Don’t believe the stereotypes. The interaction of sex and power is more subtle than you might think.
The return to sex after having a baby is a very personal matter and depends, as with all sexual matters, on both the sexual bodies and personalities of those involved.
Learning to love yourself and your body can be an arduous task for some women, though they are not alone. Most women go through spells of uncertainty.
Spice up your bedroom routine and reignite the fires of passion. The Lovers’ Guide shows you how.
Given the macho stereotypes that men are expected to live up to, it’s hardly surprising that doubts can creep in. Sex can be a minefield, even for people who are confident and self-assured.
Understand why people have forced sex fantasies and you can actually discover ways to enhance your sex life – and move beyond such fantasies if you have them and really don’t want them.
Dreams are the language of our unconscious mind. Learning to decipher them is never easy, but trying to unravel sexual dreams can be tantalizing.
Why is there such a difference between the ways we achieve male and female orgasm? Why, when a man’s orgasm is pretty much automatic, does a woman’s orgasm often seem so elusive? How did this situation arise? In answer, it could be that we owe an evolutionary debt to the differences between male and female orgasm, which may well have enhanced those human traits we display when at our humanly best.
In study after study, men report having more sexual partners than women. While a study might find men reporting an average of seven (hetero-) sexual partners, women will report an average of five. A UK study found that men reported, on average, 12.7 heterosexual partners over a lifetime and women 6.5. There is a problem with this, though: it doesn’t add up; the numbers are mathematically impossible.