In just a few decades, we’ve moved way beyond chat room cybersex and online dating into an age of technologically-aided sexuality that may or may not include another human being. It comes as no surprise that digisexuality has found its place in society.
Even though our culture tends to view orgasm as the be-all end-all of sex, really, really good sex is not about the destination — it’s about the journey.
Technology gets more prolific and ubiquitous in our lives on a daily basis. Whether we’re talking about apps, tech dating trends, sex with robotic companions, teledildonics, virtual reality, or AI-enabled companions, it’s likely that tech-sex will be the norm in the next decade, not the exception.
If you're looking for a little libido boost, there are plenty of surprising things you can do that will help you want to have more sex, from the foods you eat to your choice of exercise.
It's called "micro-cheating": the small, seemingly innocuous acts of flirtation that don't necessary qualify as cheating but might be considered a little sketchy by your partner.
Birthday sex, Valentine's Day sex, anniversary sex... Father's Day sex? When it comes to Hallmark holidays, Father's Day doesn't seem like the most romantic. Yet, many women feel that (if they have kids) they "owe" their husbands or partners sex on this special day.
When it comes to receiving oral sex, you're probably thinking foreplay: the real sex is yet to come. However, don't be mistaken. Oral sex can be just as hot and sensual as intercourse, and if done well, it can totally lead to an orgasm.
Are you having as much sex as you want? It's a blunt question. But if you're like most women, the answer, unfortunately, is a resounding no.
Who better to understand and predict the true potential for the latest advancements in immersive technologies than those in the trenches working on solutions daily?
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