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Exciting Sex!

 Exciting Sex


Since ancient times, a variety of sexual explorations has led to sex manuals like that of the Kama Sutra. The Kama Sutra suggests different positions in where both male and female can achieve the most intense orgasms through better contact between both partners’ sexual organs. The two ways to activate the female volcano..    read more

The G-Spot!

 The G-Spot



The g-spot is part of the female genital anatomy therefore all women have it. The problem lies in finding it and being able to stimulate it. Before Ernst Grafenberg’s discovery of the female g-spot in 1982, sexual intercourse and masturbation for women  targeted the clitoris and the anus as the only source of female orgasm.     read more

Oral Sex!

 Oral Sex


Flat screen TVs, football games, gizmos, cars - they're on top of every man's all-time favorite list of things. But! They're only a distant second, third, fourth and fifth behind oral sex. So, if you want to please your man, there is no better way to rock his world!
Here are some tips.....    read more

Aphrodisiacs!

 Aphrodisiacs - Bringing back the heat


Are you low on sexual appetite? Is the room losing heat? Try the aphrodisiac diet. Inspired by the Greek goddess of love, beauty, and fertility, Aphrodite, aphrodisiacs supposedly stimulate sexual desire and arousal, enhance sex drive, and extend sexual energy and "performance". Aphrodisiacs, many still believe, are the key....  read more

Women's Health

 Women's Sexual Health


Masturbation - Most women feel embarrassed to discuss masturbation. Women today should loosen up and start accepting the fact that it really is sexually healthy and normal to masturbate. The feeling of self pleasure in women that is achieved through masturbation is both a positive physical experience and an emotional enhancing experience. It is a way through which women can explore their sexuality and achieve sexual independence and freedom. Achieving orgasm ...read more

Men's Health

 Men's Sexual Health


An orgasm, or the climax of a sexual activity which is often accompanied by the ejaculation of semen, can be achieved in two ways. One is social in the form of a sexual intercourse and the other often solitary, through masturbation. In any case, a male orgasm is a progressive pleasurable sensation when the penis or prostate (which is often regarded as the male g-spot) is stimulated. Sources say that the stronger the stimulus, the more intense orgasm there is.     read more

Teen's Health

 Teen's


With all the contraception methods to choose from, teenagers often have difficulty deciding which one to use. Before we lay out all the options, bear in mind that there is no one solution for everyone.    read more

Sexually Transmitted Diseases

 Sexually Transmitted Diseases


Is something blocking your way to sexual gratification? Feeling a bump around you or your partner’s sexual organs? It could be genital warts. Genital warts grow on the penis and inside or around the entrance to the vagina and anus. These are caused by a family of viruses known as human papillomavirus (HPV). Genital warts are transmitted directly through skin-to-skin contact during vaginal, anal, or oral sex with an infected person    read more

Trouble in the Bedroom?

 Erectile Dysfunction (ED)


Erectile dysfunction is also referred to as impotence. Erectile dysfunction can happen in both, men and women, though it occurs more in men. Erectile dysfunction refers to the inability to develop or maintain an erection in the penis. Every year there have been millions of cases of erectile dysfunction diagnosed all over the world. There can be various causes of erectile dysfunction like lack of sexual drive, too much tension, high blood pressure, diabetes, etc.     read more

Having your source for sexual education
Having your source for sexual education
 
Having your source for sexual education
Having your source for sexual education