“We recognise that sexuality and sexual health is part of people’s life experience and it’s part of their well being, and self-care is a part of that,” said Unruh. “Whether you’re having sex or not.”
Look, I’m not about to go out and say that UBC is lacking. I’m just saying we don’t have something Harvard, Stanford and Columbia all have. I know it’s been on your mind, so I’ll say what you’re already thinking — a kink club.
Winters claims that the whole anti-porn movement stems from the work of Gary Wilson and Marnia Robinson. Neither of them has a strong background in psychology and many of their claims have to do with the effects of addiction upon the brain.
That's literally all it takes to be good in bed. You can master all the techniques you like, but even that one you have to really stretch before trying isn't going to do anyone any good if your partner's not into it.
They took on Brown as the first-ever female editor at the magazine, despite the fact that she had no experience editing. As editor-in-chief, she completely turned Cosmo around. Those bright cover girls eyeing you in the grocery store? Her work.
We don't always have evidence of the tool itself. There are records of wood, leather, unripe bananas, bone and more. No matter how overwhelming your local sex shop’s dildo arsenal may be, they got nothing on human history.
Although you’ve been meaning to for a long time, you still haven’t taken up meditation. Maybe you need a more direct approach. Say, straight for the clitoris? And hey, you won’t even need your yoga pants.
For a G-rated demonstration of how it works, wrap a piece of string around the tip of your finger. You can expect your finger to swell a little, turn red, and feel warm and achy under pressure. The effects on a penis are similar to this.
This solstice, feel free capitalize on the energy that’s been building ever since the days started getting longer and burning away the winter blues. Maybe you want to stay up all night to watch the sunrise.
According to a 2014 meta-analysis of research on the topic, 10 to 54 per cent of women report experiencing a gush of fluid from the urethra during sex. That margin of error is enough to illustrate the shakiness of the research.
While most douches involved water, vinegar, salts or soap, the most popular method was Lysol — the exact same one that makes those pine-scented disinfectant wipes your preschool teacher probably loved.