Period sex is like pizza: If you want it, you deserve it. You're a human being whose sexual needs don't switch off when blood starts coming out of you. We rounded up seven things you should know about period sex, including insight from experts, to help you make that time of the month even more enjoyable.
Whether you only just became exclusive or have been with your S.O. for years, chances are your relationship could benefit from a January reboot. Of course, every couple is different–but we asked relationship experts to reveal the top New Year's resolutions they think most duos could tap to make their connections stronger.
No one talks about it, but it’s actually pretty normal to get sexually aroused at the gym. After all, when you exercise, your body releases endorphins, a.k.a. feel-good hormones; and when you’re looking at other sexy, sweaty bodies on the treadmills, it’s hard not to feel a little turned on.
I’d heard that breathwork — a New Age practice that involves controlled, rhythmic breathing — was therapeutic and helps release pent-up emotions which, like many of us, I tend to keep pent. Ten minutes into my first breathwork class I felt a light dizziness and a tingling in my hands and feet...
“Tell people what’s important to you, and be authentic when you do so. Love yourself for who you are and don’t try to be someone you’re not,” psychologist and sex therapist, Dr. Holly Richmond tells Bustle. Read the full article by Lindsay Tigar on Bustle here: https://www.bustle.com/articles/183566-what-it-really-means-to-love-yourself-because-how-you-start-the-day-matters
Q: What is the best way to deal with feelings of guilt and disappointment due to infertility? Dear We Want More, My husband and I both come from big families and both wanted to have a big family of our own. Unfortunately this just wasn’t in the cards as we faced infertility issues throughout our […]