If you're in a serious relationship and you're considering getting married, experts say there are some tough questions you need to discuss with your partner first.
In a perfect world, how often would you have sex? That's the question Dax Shepard basically asked Anna Faris yesterday on her podcast, Anna Faris Is Unqualified.
The clitoris, with its 8,000 nerve endings, exists to give you pleasure. A climatic way to enjoy make the most of it is, unsurprisingly, a clitoral orgasm. But what exactly is a clitoral orgasm, and how does it differ from vaginal orgasms? Most importantly, how can you achieve one?
Yeah, you probably know well enough by now that you can get some serious orgasms in bed, but get this: you can actually get that big "O" at the gym, too.
If you’re getting lucky between the sheets, you’d probably want to make the most of your time, right? Well, there’s a lot more to sex than getting into some of the best positions for orgasm or even spicing things up with a new sex toy.
When it comes to making big decisions, you probably lean more toward thinking with your head or your heart, as it's typically ingrained in your character. There's not one right way to respond to a situation, but sometimes certain circumstances might benefit you better when you think in a particular way, even if you just don't quite know it yet.
There are a lot of dating tips out there, but what about the marriage advice that those who have already said, "I do," should know about? Marriage is (supposed to be) forever, so it's kind of important to get it right from the jump.
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