9 Sex Positions That Use Common Gym Equipment

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I Went on a Month-Long Quest to Achieve Multiple Orgasms

Usually I’m content with one orgasm. More than content. Thrilled! But I’d always heard of women who could could climax multiple timesand wondered whether I was missing something. Yes, I’d had more than one orgasm before, but it usually happened randomly and alone. I wanted to learn how to do it on command, damn it! And I’d heard there were techniques I could use to make that happen, so I consulted some experts. Turns out, training yourself to become multi-orgasmic is totally doable—in theory. “Sexual-health medical doctors report that most, if not all, women can achieve multiple orgasms, from a

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10 Habits of Highly Sexual Couples

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How does real sex look? These sites show the awkward truth

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Virtual Reality Gets Naughty – New York Times

Matt McMullen in the virtual reality lab at his company, Realbotix. Credit Graham Walzer for The New York Times In early 2014 Ela Darling, 31, a pornographic actress, recorded her first virtual reality sex scene. She was in a college dorm room at the University of Maryland dressed in an R2-D2 swimsuit and high athletic socks. She sat on a twin bed, next to a wooden desk, and spoke to the camera as if it were a real person. There was no story line and no other actors. “It was a solo masturbation scene,” she said. “I was coy and

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Your Partner Wants A Threesome And You Don’t—Should You Break Up With Him?

You think that your relationship in and out of the sack is at its peak, and then he drops a bomb on you: He’s interested in trying a threesome. What the hell? While it might feel like a splash of cold water on your relationship, it doesn’t have to be. Before you freak out, we’ve asked experts for their take on how to approach this without making him feel crappy about his sexual interests or getting yourself into something you’re not ready for. Here’s what they say.

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​5 Things You Need to Know About Pansexuality

It’s not the same as being bisexual.  Miley Cyrus’ relationship with Liam Hemsworth isn’t the only aspect of her love life she’s been talking about recently—she’s also been opening up about identifying as “pansexual.” In 2016, Cyrus told Variety that she had a hard time understanding her own gender and sexuality. “I always hated the word ‘bisexual’ because that’s even putting me in a box,” she explained in the interview. “I don’t ever think about someone being a boy or someone being a girl. … My eyes started opening in the fifth or sixth grade. My first relationship in my

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The 32 Most Overlooked Reasons Why Marriages Fail

Think infidelity is the worst marriage-killer? The truth is even scarier than that — it really *is* the little things that will make or break your relationship. 1. Someone has an untreated mental illness “An oft-overlooked reason is the issue of mental health in one of the partners. If you’re married to someone who is depressed, anxious, schizophrenic, or bipolar, it is extremely difficult to maintain a relationship because the individual’s emotions can be random. It can be a great strain on a person without the mental illness to accommodate that in their partner.” –Stephen Duclos, certified sex therapist, family therapist,

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VR Sex Therapy Series for Women Aims to Educate and Spark Their Unique Desires

“What Women Want” is the newest installment in BaDoinkVR’s Virtual Sexology series which–as the name suggests, is designed specifically with the female user in mind. This is a virtual reality experience for sex education and therapy. It aims to bridge the gap between education and entertainment and help women enhance sexual pleasure and performance, both solo and with their partners. The idea, explains Dinorah Hernandez, Director at BaDoinkVR [NSFW], was to provide a much more hands-on approach to discovering female sexual empowerment: “We’re striving to appeal to a large demographic of women that have been widely ignored by the adult industry,

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5 Things You Need To Know About Demisexuality

Sure, you’ve heard of pansexuality (Miley Cyrus swears by it). But have you heard of demisexuality? In case you’re in the dark, a demisexual is a person who is not sexually attracted to someone until they’ve forged an emotional connection such as a trusting friendship, according to theDemisexuality Resource Center. Holly Richmond, Ph.D., a certified sex therapist and marriage and family counselor, explains it like this: “The typical person is going to meet someone and there is usually some degree of physical attraction we form within seconds. [With demisexuality], there’s no physical pull at all. It’s really about romantic feelings,

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