Are kids learning about sex from porn? This question came up on a Raising America segment I was on. I certainly hope they are not, but parents spend a fair amount of time dodging situations and conversations that might cause their kids to ask questions about - gasp - sex.
All couples will eventually get into a rut with their sex lives. It may be because of changing situations - like a new baby or a promotion that requires more hours spent at work - or you could just be bored.
Whether you like it or not, sex is an important part of your relationship, and you need to work on ways that you can make it better. Talk to your partner about the different ways you can spice up your sex life and check out a few fun and sexy ideas below:
What's the difference between vaginal and clitoral orgasms? Is there even a difference? The answers may surprise you.
Let's start this somewhat sensitive discussion with a brief anatomy lesson:
Are you hot and bothered yet? New parents tend to forget their role as loving, indulging lovers and sexual beings.
Here are five great tips tips for your mutual, male/female pleasure, to help you find your bliss:
What makes a good relationship, even better? You said it, open discussion!
That doesn’t mean criticism, but rather suggestions and opportunities to make things more interesting. When it comes to your love life, you might need to be bold and blunt…
Here are five tips that your hubby should know (feel free to print and share on his nightstand):
1. Making a move might just be the fuel that will ultimately generate her passion. Once she's turned on, allow her to "jump start" your engine…
Whether you’re new to motherhood, or a well “trained” mother of a few, you’re a woman, first and foremost!
Now that the entire female population has been swept away, head over heels, with the “Fifty Shades of Grey” phenomenon, it’s time to remind your lover what powerful sexuality feels like...
Take charge, you are fabulous!!
Maintaining a prosperous relationship and a love life isn’t always an easy task.
Starting a family showers new parents with bliss and great expectations, but it can easily take a toll on both physical and emotional energy.
I initially published a version of this post back in January, but in light of Judy Blume’s announcement of her battle with breast cancer, I thought it was a nice shout to the woman who taught me about sex. Sort of. Enjoy.
Forget marriage counseling or couple's retreats - apparently the real key to a happy marriage is adultery. That's the underlying premise of a new book from bestselling author and sociologist Catherine Hakim, who proposes that infidelity can actually revive a tired marriage.
In "The New Rules: Internet Dating, Playfairs, and Erotic Power," Hakim maintains that not only is it natural to think about being with another man, it would be healthier to act on those fantasies.
Amen, sister Baboosh Babe Kristen! I love a women who tells it like it is, and I love a woman who is in touch with her she-wolf!