This article originally appeared on Times of India

When it comes to sex positions, what works for others on the bed may not always float your boat! If you are trying to figure out the positions that can put your bed on fire, then give a thought to the shape and size of his organ. Yes, you read it right! We have simplified the task and here are the positions that will make your sack session sizzling like never before…


The truth is, some guys are completely clueless as to what to do when they finally get to bury their head between their partner’s legs. You might doubt your skills so much that you avoid going there at all, and that is a big mistake. Most women, just like most men, love oral sex. So instead of avoiding it because you’re not sure if you’re good at it, it’s time to learn how to be a master with the following need to know tips!

This article originally appeared on Men’s Health

Here’s your go-to guide for this mysterious female erogenous zone.

There are multiple ways to help your partner have an orgasm. You can stimulate her clitoris or even to work toward the elusive G-spot. But there’s another mysterious erogenous zone that you probably haven’t tapped into yet: the A-spot, or the anterior fornix.

Like the Loch Ness Monster, there’s speculation as to whether the A-spot actually exists. Some experts swear it can trigger long-lasting orgasms, says Yvonne K. Fulbright, Ph.D. and author of The Better Sex Guide to Extraordinary Lovemaking.


This article originally appeared on Baby Center

By Michelle Stein,

If you’re a new parent and would trade anything most days for a solid 8 hours of sleep, you’re not alone. Not by a long shot.

According to a newly-released joint survey from BabyCenter and Dr. Harvey Karp (author of The Happiest Baby on the Block) sleep deprivation is the top challenge for 62 percent of families. (Forty-eight percent said lack of time, 34 percent said money and 26 percent said sex.)

By Carter Sherman,

Let’s talk about robot sex.

As robotic sex dolls become increasingly available and lifelike, humans need to stop and consider their consequences, a new report by robot and ethics experts warns. The report, written by the Foundation for Responsible Robotics and titled “Our Sexual Future with Robots,” delves into several pressing questions about the future of robotic sex: Could the rise of robotic sex dolls end human prostitution and sex trafficking? Will sex robots lead people to isolate themselves from real humans? Can robots ever truly love you back?


You may have noticed that your partner seems less than interested in sex these days. In fact, maybe it’s been a long time since she was the one who instigated sex. Or maybe your sex life was never what you hoped it would be. Maybe it has always lacked that spark and passion that you wanted it to have.

Why do women seem to be less interested in sex than men? Why are men always the ones left frustrated at the end of the day and women don’t seem to care one way or another? It can be upsetting, to say the least.

by everyonesavoyeur©

Brent was sweating profusely as he dropped the final box down onto the tile floor of the apartment. “That’s the last of it.” He breathlessly spoke, wiping his brow with his forearm.

“Good job babe”, Amanda replied, unboxing some of their clothes on the living room floor. She was impressed by her husband’s efforts in unloading the moving truck, especially considering that he wasn’t the blue collar type.

She gave her husband a once over, noticing that he was struggling to catch his breath. “Grab a Gatorade from the fridge. I just stocked it up with some drinks.”

By Alanna Vagianos,

Researchers surveyed over 1,000 women to find out what they prefer.

A recent study published in the Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy examined the different types of clitoral stimulation women prefer.

The study was published in July 2017 by researchers from Indiana University in partnership with OMGYes, an online interactive learning tool that teaches users about female pleasure. Researchers conducted the national online survey in 2015, which included 1,055 primarily heterosexual women (91 percent) between the ages of 18 and 94 years old. More than half of respondents were married and 65 percent identified as white.

Ronnie Koenig,

As a 43-year-old divorced mother of three, I’m finally at a point in my life where I really enjoy sex, even if there’s not always a lot of time for it. So when a friend posed a challenge to me to try having sex twice a day for a week, I was intrigued. The only other time in my life I remember having sex more than once a day was when I was trying to get pregnant—and sex then was really just a means to an end. 


There are many reasons why men have trouble keeping it up over the years. If you’ve experienced problems with your erection, it’s important to think about the reasons why it might have happened, since that is the best way to assess how to fix the problem. If you don’t think your issue is covered in the following article, it’s best to consult your doctor to find out if you might have a physical issue that can be resolved with his/her help.

Today we’re going to discuss some of the reasons why you may have experienced erectile dysfunction and various ways you can work on having longer and harder erections.


You know you’re curious.

For many women and couples, anal sex is the final frontier: a place that piques their curiosity but continues to perplex them and even make them apprehensive. Will anal sex hurt? Can I orgasm from it? Is it messy? Which positions work best? And, most importantly, how can I guarantee I won’t accidentally poop on his penis? All of those are valid questions! Here’s what you need to know before you start taking it in the butt.

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Your crash course for all the best sex positions out there.

It’s easy to feel overwhelmed with the overabundance of sex positions out there. You have your go-to classics like missionary and doggy, and then roughly 30,000 spin-offs of each of those. How do you keep track of them all? Which hand goes where? Are you supposed to be facing each other or turned around? Is your head *really* supposed to be down there? (Yes.)


Your partner should complement your life, not complete it.

You feel like a better version of yourself when you’re in a healthy, mature relationship. That doesn’t mean your partner completes you, but they do complement your life in just the right way.

What are some other signs that you’re in the right relationship? Below, marriage experts share seven key differences between a healthy relationship and a toxic one.