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Talking About Sex: Easy Steps to Better Communication

Talking About Sex: Easy Steps to Better Communication

Having a good relationship is important. So, you've to chat. We must talk about love. We must also talk about sex. But, this is not easy. Talking about sex is hard. Talking about love is also hard. Many people find this kind of talk tough. They don't understand their...

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Fun in Bed: Tips for Couples

Fun in Bed: Tips for Couples

Fun in bed and sex are good together. When sex is fun, you feel closer to your partner. Also, it makes exploring your desires more relaxed. What safe words should you use, what is your comfort zone, these are all topics discussed in a healthy relationship. So, what is...

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Overcoming Sexual Turn-offs: How to Enjoy What You Like

Overcoming Sexual Turn-offs: How to Enjoy What You Like

Overcoming sexual turn-offs is essential for understanding what feels good during sex. Sometimes, our feelings, society, or past prevent us from fully taking pleasure. Let's chat about what can lower sex drive and how to fix it. This helps make sex more enjoyable,...

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Why the G-spot? Why not the A-spot?

The interior of our vaginas have several erogenous zones.  The G-spot or zone is the most well-known.  The A-spot is one of the other spots or zones in the vagina’s interior. Here is a great article on the topic. " Everything You Need to Know About the A-Spot"  ...

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How do phases work for the Basic Technique?

Specifically, aren’t the elements of the first phase also used in the second phase?   Yes, the first phase elements carry over into the second phase.   The first phase covers the time up to and including your first orgasm.  The second phase covers the time up to...

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Does using the Basic Technique increase libido?

Explore the potential impact of the Basic Technique (BT) on women’s libidos, as reported in our recent blog post. Although results are not guaranteed and based on a small sample size, many women express substantial improvements after using the BT. This is not a scientific study, but anecdotal evidence of possible benefits.

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An article about overlapping orgasms (part 3)

This week, the discussion of Ümit Sayin’s article is continued. Table 5 of the article is titled “The Main characteristics of women with ESR and expanded orgasm experience”.   Acronyms in the article include: ESR or Expanded Sexual Response NESR or Non-Expanded Sexual...

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