After the invention of sex came the products intended to make sex better. Some of them were bogus, like rhino horn, while certain herbs did actually affect the male libido. Viagra and Cialis were game-changers in treating erectile dysfunction, but their availability only by prescription frequently leaves people looking at over-the-counter options for increasing sexual stamina. But do the herbal concoctions promising an all-natural way to improve erections with no side effects really live up to their claims? Here’s the 7 things to know about pills for men, and other options for making erections more magnificent.
Sensual massage is a great way to connect with your partner. It can create an emotional bond and build intimacy for both new and long-term relationships, while also adding to your erotic repertoire. It is important for couples to connect physically without the pressure of climaxing.
Just about every couple into BDSM started with bedroom bondage experimentation. Regardless of who initiates it, the result is always exciting for both partners.
The acronym BDSM is really three acronyms combined into one, which reflects how closely related the three often are. Learn what the letters mean, how each type of play works, and the interesting ways they can overlap.
Opinion piece: Submissives and masochists in BDSM are just as worthy to be treated with respect as are dominants and sadists. There are no de-facto Dominants. Yet, in the scene, dominants often expect all submissives to act as if they had actually already accepted them as their dominants. Submissives and dominants, let’s stop this nonsense now.
Solving the “Problem-Solving” Problem: Problem solving and Sex! About fifteen years ago, the book, “Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus” by John Gray attempted to popularize the concept that males and females were fundamentally different in their communication styles – as fundamentally different as if they were from separate planets. While I contend that both sexes are TRULY from the very same planet, there is a grain of truth that for either sex the role of problem solver is sometimes taken up – to the point of pushing aside all other ways of being involved in the relationship. How do we solve THAT problem?
Many people observe the sadomasochistic side of BDSM with little or no understanding of exactly how it works. Why would someone want to experience pain? Why would someone else feel pleasure by inflicting pain on another person? If I derive pleasure from physically hurting someone else, does that make me a bad person? Very good questions, and there are equally good answers to this often-misunderstood aspect of the BDSM lifestyle.
Sadists and masochists? S&M? Why do some people get pleasure from experiencing pain, or inflicting it on others?