We pee in the woods, drink beer, swim naked and then later tell the absolute truth about ourselves. We can take the bags off our heads and show that we’re no different than the guy sitting in the same glow of a smokey camp fire.
How sex remains a mystery among all these voices — well, it still remains a mystery. I think we need to do a better job of choosing those who teach us sex. Not about sex — those who teach us sex.
Ask any guy, and he’ll undoubtedly deny it and maybe even hurt you. He often lives another tightly concealed life in a colorful erotic world. His world of sexual fantasy has no borders and no shores, needs no passport, no commitment and has no exit.
May is National Masturbation Month. The commemoration is sure, about masturbating, but more than that, the month is a reminder that personal sexuality is basic to our more far-reaching sexual lives.
A good vibe is essential to a novel idea or an honest deal, but mostly it’s a path to an astounding orgasm. Women have traditionally claimed the corner on sexual okayness of vibrators as a part of their private pleasure. And rightly so because women have worked for this social dignity for decades and they take their own sexual pleasure in hand.
Like fireworks without the bang, post orgasmic illness syndrome (POIS) leaves guys gun shy about ejaculating. Rare, but it packs a punch in your sex life. No one knows how common of a sexual malady POIS is.
Young Japanese men aged 16 to 19 had little or no interest in sex according to a survey. Is the sexual health of a nation connected to it’s leisure time? This post compares sex frequency with minimum vacation days.
New Years resolutions are like promises to clean the garage or scrape the pigeon crap off the gutters. They’re great intentions with little hope of realization. Your sexual resolutions, though can become personal sexual revolutions if you keep your tactics simple.