Have you heard of karezza? It’s a form of sex that does not include orgasm. As a matter of fact, couple are instructed to stay as far away from the edge of climax as possible. So what’s the pointÂ we want to know? According to one author–and testimonies from men!–it’s actually more beneficial to your relationship. More
Between the kids, the job, the house, the growing to-do list and that Blackberry or iPhone looming over you at all times, there’s little room for romance, and even less room for actual sex. If this scenario sounds familiar to you, I hope to inspire you to think differently and to take steps to get your â€śmojoâ€ť back. You may even be one of the millions of adults who experience sexual dysfunction, the incidence of which appears to be at an all-time high. More
Does the female G spot really exist, or is it merely sending many a woman and man on a futile exploration through our vaginal walls? One Florida doctor claims he has answered this question once and for all–something that is getting a lot of people, well, excited. But how he knows it’s real is kinda gross. And what this could mean for the plastic surgery industry is even more disturbing. More
About every two years or so, the internet is awash with anecdotes and articles about the illusive, unfortunately-named unicorn known colloquially as the “coregasm,” which is what it is called when a woman reaches orgasm during exercise. It seems to have started in 2007 with Men’s Health Magazine (of all places), but has since been revisited by MSNBC, and, a few years later, Women’s Health. Also, lots of blogs. Personal trainers have sworn it exists, curmudgeonly doctors have scratched their heads (what? There’s a female orgasm? That can’t be right…)–but now, finally, someone has studied it. And it’s real, according to actual researchers at Indiana State University. More
Nicole Daedone, sex instructor and author of the book Slow Sex: The Art And Craft Of The Female Orgasm, not only claims that four months of orgasmic pleasure for women is possible, but also recommends it. She claims that with commitment and deep focus, women can learn how to live in a euphoric state of arousal and sensuality for this rather long stretch of time, and through practicing â€śorgasmic meditationâ€ť daily, women can heighten their sexual energy and enlightenment. But even if I were capable of having a four-month orgasm, I’d take a pass. More
Every now and again, a study comes along and states the absolute obvious, like: Being an obese, cigarette smoking, chip-munchin’, coach potato, illicit drug-using male may kill your sex drive. Is there any guy out there who didn’t know this? Well, if so, yes it’s true that inhaling carcinogens (and too many extra-cheesy pizzas) could make your sex life go as limp as wilted-up lettuce, according to a report published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine. More
Remember all those times you tried to meditate? Sitting cross-legged on the floor with one eye on the clock, trying unsuccessfully to stop your mind from repeating that song you heard on the way home (“Don’t hate me ‘cuz I’m beautiful…”). Even a few minutes of this can feel like sheer torture. People who meditate regularly swear by its tranquil effects, but if you’re not one of them, the latest research tidbit may reignite your interest in trying: Orgasm and meditation create the same effect in our brains. More
So we now know that women can think themselves to orgasm without any physical stimulation (and may I just say to all the Blisstree ladies with this ability – PLEASE SWITCH LIVES WITH ME). But for Nicole Daedone, founder of the OneTaste Organization and author of new book “Slow Sex: The Art and Craft of the Female Orgasm,” it’s not just about achieving orgasm, it’s about achieving better orgasms. More
Female Sexual Dysfunction (FSD) is a recognized and known disease. In the old days, they would have just called a woman who has trouble feeling aroused or achieving orgasm frigid. I think I prefer the medical term, donâ€™t you? Pharmaceutical companies prefer it, too â€” so much so that theyâ€™re in a race to develop the so-called pink pill (the female counterpart to Viagra, if you will).
And now there’s even a documentary that deals with the topic. Orgasm, Inc. shows a hilarious and eye-opening view of the search for that elusive little pill. And inspires a pretty important question â€” do we really need a pill at all? More
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Check out this post from Amber Greviskes at AOL Health.
While you were in college and in your twenties, you may have gossiped about your sex life like the famous foursome Carrie, Miranda, Samantha and Charlotte on “Sex and the City.” But, later in life, you may have skirted the discussion, leaving the pillow talk for moments you shared with your partner — until now.
A team of Indiana University sexual health researchers published the National Survey of Sexual Health and Behavior on Friday in a special issue of The Journal of Sexual Medicine. The survey, the most in-depth analysis of its kind released in almost two decades, offers a peek behind the bedroom door to glimpse Americans’ steamiest sex secrets. More
“Chubby with a high body mass index” might not be part of your ideal man’s personal ad, but if you want a real stallion in bed, researchers are saying that fat men make better sexual partners. Or at least, they last longer in bed. The reasoning? Men with more body fat have higher levels of estrogen, which makes reaching orgasm take longer. The study, which evaluated male sexual performance over a year-long period, found that on average, men with higher BMIs lasted about seven minutes longer than slimmer dudes. More