By Gia Ravazzotti,

Some years ago, Australian sex therapist and online dating coach, Bettina Arndt wrote, quite controversially, that women who felt low sexual desire in their relationships should “just do it.” What she meant was this: even if women felt low libido, having sex anyway might encourage feelings of desire and sexual responsiveness.

Despite the controversy, her idea has been supported by a new scientific study, which basically found the same thing to be true. The recent study, published in Social Psychology and Personality Science, has shown that when the partner (male or female) who feels low sexual desire indulges their partner’s sexual needs regardless, they strengthen the relationship. Sex doesn’t always have to be desired to have the desired effect of building intimacy.

By Gabrielle Moore,

I have some a little different planned for today’s article. A female friend of mine recently had anal sex with her long-term partner for the first time. She had her doubts going into it, but eventually decided that she wanted to give it a try, thinking that if she didn’t like it she would never have to do it again. I thought that sharing her story with you all, my dear readers, would help and be informative couples in a similar situation. And it’s also pretty hot! Want to hear her story? Here goes…

By Mélanie Berliet,

1. “Whenever I give my boyfriend a blowjob, I amuse myself by experimenting with different ways to think about his dick. Like, I’ll pretend it’s a harmonica one minute, and then I’ll segue into picturing it as a lollipop or a Popsicle. I love using my imagination to change things up and keep things interesting for both of us.”

— Missy, 23


2. “I’m a feminist, but I’m not afraid to say that I feel validated when I make my man ejaculate. It helps that my boyfriend’s semen tastes pretty good. But I don’t always swallow. Sometimes I tell him to spray it all over my face for effect.”

— Kendall, 20

This article originally appeared on New York Post

By Lauren Tousignant,

The latest bedroom trend doesn’t have to do with a certain position or technique — and it’s not sexy at all.

The disturbing, nonconsensual trend is called “stealthing” and its rise is documented in a report by the Columbia Journal of Gender and Law.

Lead author Alexandra Brodsky argues that “stealthing,” when a man secretly removes his condom in the middle of sex, is a form of sexual assault and should be treated as such.

Even more troubling is the online community Brodsky uncovered, where men encourage other men to “stealth” their partners. These perpetrators — both gay and straight — believe it’s a man’s right to “spread one’s seed.”

By Euforia

Barbell Brigade has a really interesting topic this time. The three YouTubers are going to discuss if masturbation and sex before competition or training are good or bad.

As we know many athletes abstain from any sex activities before sports events, hoping that this will improve their performance. Let’s see what Alex, Gio and Lu think about it.

By ,

Any man who has ever worried about his performance or how long he lasts in bed has probably longed for the quick fix that would make him last as long as he always wanted. Most men would simply like to be able to have more control over when they cum, in order to be sure that their partner is just as satisfied as they are. There are many tactics and tricks, and even drugs, out there that promise results, but which of those actually work? Unfortunately, there isn’t one clear answer. What might work well for one man might not work at all for another. You might have to try a few things before you find a technique that’s useful for you. But there is one thing that is universal. Most problems with not lasting long enough and other sexual dysfunctions are at least partially psychological. This means that there are things you can do to make a difference just by changing your thought patterns. You would be surprised at how much you can control with your thoughts.

Slow sex is better! Why do you ask? Well, in one sentence: it magnifies the sexual pleasure – orgasm will be always more intense if it comes after recurrent rising and falling off your sexual arousal. But there are more benefits of it than that.

We live in a technologically advanced and fast-paced world and we go through life doing many things automatically without giving them much thought. The technology competes for our attention and that leads to problems with focusing and to anxiety. This can’t be healthy! So many of us start feeling increasingly disconnected from our partners and even from our own bodies and sexual selves.

This article originally appeared on Dashing Sumit

Gwyneth Paltrow, the head of, recently shared everything you need to know about anal sex. In fact, she had a guide published on the site that tells you everything you need…

She is known for being very outspoken about extremely sensitive topics like sex and anatomy. She’s also been very outspoken about her support of vaginal steaming and she even recommends using a $15,000 golden sex toy in order to achieve your maximum amount of pleasure in the bedroom. You could say she is a fan of sex…

Forget that course on tax accounting – delivering mind-blowing oral sex is the one skill that everyone needs. If you’re a wizard down there, you’re going to have a much better sex life, more fulfilling relationships, and (probably) world peace. Think it’s too difficult? Think again. With these 20 simple tips – for both guys and girls – the only thing hard will be you.

1. The F-Spot

Lord knows why it’s called the F-Spot, but the strip of skin on the underside of the penis is a real thing – and real sensitive. With a bit of deft finger work (think a very dirty Mozart) while the rest of it is getting attention, the sensations will be out of control.


WHAT COMES TO MIND when you think of California girls? High maintenance, perfect tan having, kale eating, yoga freaks? You are probably right. Here are 9 reasons you should never date a California girl.

1. You will never get the taste of kale out of your mouth.

Get used to kale smoothies, 6am yoga sessions, and organic everything. Lazy days of Netflix and chill are long gone. Say hello to a 13-mile hike followed by an afternoon bike to the local farmer’s market. No more buffalo wings and nachos on game day, get used to the idea of chips, hummus, and guacamole.

This article originally appeared on FHM

By Nick Dimengo,

Most of us would probably prefer to have sex—oral, anal or vaginal—in the comfort of a bed or on a couch, but according to a new study from the University of South Dakota, doing it in a car is still one of the top spots.

According to Style Caster that was published in The Journal Of Sex Research, psychology researchers surveyed more than 700 women and men about sex in a car, with more than half—59.5 percent of women and 61 percent of men—admitting that they have had sex in a parked car.