Tuesday, 25 Feb 2020

Category: Sex

Sexual Dysfunctions. What May Hinder Pleasure?

Some sexual problems are not necessarily related to other physical limitations but do manifest physically, presenting challenges to your sexual relationship. These are known as sexual dysfunctions because they are expressly related to sexual behavior. However, they are often very manageable and are the kind of problem specifically dealt with by psycho sexual therapists. These […]

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Sexual Compulsion. Internet Sex

Internet sex and sexual compulsion can feel very much like infidelity, and opinion about what constitutes an affair has changed very much in the past decade or so. Sex with someone other than a primary partner in an agreed monogamous relationship can clearly be counted as an infidelity. However, there are other behaviors, such as […]

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Erection. Ageing In Men. Symptoms

Erection. Big events and milestones tend to reverberate through our lives, affecting our relationships and sense of ourselves. Whether we think we have coped with resilience or suffered appallingly as each stage passes, there is likely to be some kind of adjustment to personal well-being or image at each stage. This can be positive, negative […]

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Sexual Health

Sexual Health. Safe Sex

Fuck better: A Simple Guide to Superior Sex  Conrad J. Ainsley Sexual Health. A few quick things to keep in mind:     50% of sexually active people will contract an STI by 25.     About 1 in 8 people in the US have genital herpes.     HIV is still a thing among hetero and homo sexual […]

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The Vagina

The Vagina. Female Sexual Anatomy

The Vagina When people say vagina, they’re most frequently referring to the vulva, which is the proper term for the outer parts of the female genitalia (labia, clit, vaginal opening). The vagina proper is the muscular, nerve-lined canal that connects to the uterus and is central in reproduction. Vaginas don’t get loose from sex so lined […]

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