“Man, I can’t keep up with my wife’s sex drive, I feel like a piece of meat," a patient of couples therapist Dr. Wyatt Fisher once told him. The man, whose wife was pregnant at the time, had inadvertently made him feel like she usually feels.
A lot of “I love you’s” were exchanged on last night’s episode of The Bachelor. But was there a lot of love? If you haven’t seen the episode yet, take this as a formal warning that there are spoilers ahead.
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.
Some of us look forward to February 14 as an opportunity to enjoy our partner's company (and possibly spice things up in the bedroom). Others dread what they consider a commercialized holiday that can put unrealistic pressure on their relationships.
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.