Sort through the myths and misconceptions about anal play and learn to explore this often-overlooked pleasure center.
Male Sexual Health – Part 2: Exercises for Male Sexual Health! Doing exercises for male sexual health may not sound like fun, but if these little moves help your sex life last into your nineties (and you along with it), then they are definitely worthwhile! In fact, these small movements will show in just a week’s time how beneficial they are.
Male Sexual Health – Part 1: Men’s sexual health is at a national all-time low. Men have this pesky gland called the prostate that just doesn’t get enough circulation or nutrients anymore in this “sit at the computer/sit at the T.V./sit in the restaurant/sit in the office/sit in the car” age. Here are some solutions.
With all the nerve endings in the anus (and for men, the prostate), it is completely natural to take pleasure in anal play. However, that doesn’t mean that doing it comes naturally. In order to maintain bowel control, we have all trained since childhood to keep the dual sphincters of the anus clenched at almost all times. Retraining those muscles to allow insertion takes, above all, the ability to relax.
G-Spot Toys all have some kind of curved or hooked tip to rub or stroke against the G-spot. This section of our Frisky Guide to Toy Shopping discusses G-Spot toys and things to consider when shopping for them.
What’s the difference between a dildo and a vibrator? Learn about the types of dildos and how to pick the perfect one.
Finding toys you like is a matter of trial and error. We suggest starting your toy explorations with Beginners Toys, which have simple controls and are economically priced. They are ideal for a woman’s first vibrator, an inexpensive way to try a new style, and for men or women exploring anal play.
Welcome to the Choosing a Toy Guide series. In this section, we discuss the four general categories of toys often used by women, though they can be used by anyone.