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By Emily Morse. Dear Emily, After a long year of being single, even my solo sex routine has gotten a bit stale. While it's been a great run for me and my hand, I'm ready to try something new—hopefully something that can make my climax even stronger. Any tips on how to mix up my masturbation routine? Let me start by saying that you should feel good about the fact that you've mastered the masturbation basics, you've honed your self-loving skills, and now you're ready to take them to the next level.
Focusing on your own pleasure is important, and if you can't get yourself off, how can you expect things to be better with a partner? Way to take control. Now for your question. Many women find one surefire way to get themselves going and stick to that routine every time they get down with themselves. And while that's all well and good, things are bound to get a bit dull if you're touching yourself the same way for years on end. Much like your sex life with a partner, it's important to always be expanding your solo sex life and exploring new paths to pleasure. If you're looking for a few.
Dear Emily, I really love my Magic Wand vibrator, but I've heard rumors about vibrators actually desensitizing the clitoris, and now I'm worried that I'm ruining my chances of having an orgasm with a partner. In fact, whenever I go back to using my hands, it takes SO long to get there. Should I stop using my vibrator? I'm so happy to hear that you've ventured into the magical, orgasmic world of sex toys! Learning how to effectively please yourself is one of the keys to a happy and healthy sex life.
But now that you've found this surefire way to reach orgasm, you're wondering, will you ever be able to do it again without your trusty vibrator? As the popularity of vibrators and other sex toys continues to soar, there is a growing concern that vibrators may desensitize you, making it more difficult or even impossible to reach climax without the help of an electric friend. First off, you aren't addicted to your vibrator—at least not chemically.
Using it won't render you incapable of manually generated orgasms, but it might make them seem like they require more time and effort in comparison. The Magic Wand also puts you on. Dear Emily, I am dealing with a real sex-istential crisis and could use your help.
I am almost 30 years old and have had plenty of sexual partners over the years, but I've just come to the alarming realization that I've never really enjoyed sex! All of my friends LOVE sex and are always sharing their hottest hookup stories, which makes me feel even more insecure about my lack of sexual abilities. I want to start having amazing sex, but I have no idea what to do or where to start. You know what they say about a crisis: It presents the perfect opportunity to do rebuild and do something different.
Sexual confidence can take time to develop, but if you take these simple steps toward a new sexual perspective, you can learn to love sex and feel amazing about your performance. Master Your Own Pleasure No matter how many partners you've had or haven't had you need to take things into your own hands, literally.
It's well documented that women who masturbate frequently are more sexually confident and have more satisfying sex lives because you know how to give yourself pleasure. It's time to log some regular solo. Bringing the heat back into the bedroom doesn't have to feel like a challenge. Spicing up your sex life is supposed to be fun, and it's totally doable. You just have to know where to start. A painless way to figure out what the "next level" of spiciness is for you is to build off of the things that are already working.
It's much easier than starting from scratch, and it helps you ease into more adventurous sex without moving too far outside your comfort zone. Let's play a little game called "If you like this, try that". It's kind of like Netflix's "Recommended for You" feature, but without the odd inclusion of Jersey Girl in every category.
Sound good? Let's get started! If you enjoy fantasizing…. Fantasizing is an important part of your sex life, whether you're single or in a relationship. It's not only a great way to get yourself in the mood for sex but will also help you figure out what really turns you on.
There's no better inspiration for further sexplorations, especially if you let your partner in on your vision. Try: Sharing fantasies with your partner. Exploring fantasies together vs. Dear Emily, I've always liked to try new and exciting things in the bedroom and have opened my husband's eyes a lot.
But I want to know how to get him to be more in control. I say sexy stuff to him and suggest things for him to do, but he usually just laughs in response. So I laugh about it too, but what I really want is for him to be serious and take charge! Talking about sex—specifically, asking your partner for certain things in the bedroom—can be a challenge. We all get self-conscious and it's often easy to turn to humor as a defense to save us from the awkwardness. It sounds like you and your husband laugh a lot together, which is great!
But it's possible the way you are delivering your request is making him think that you're not serious. There are ways to ask for things in bed that are playful and sexy but still get the point across effectively. First off, no one wants to hear the four dreaded words, "We need to talk. Instead, try opening up a conversation about both of. Dear Emily, I've never had an orgasm with my partner. When I masturbate on my own, I can have multiple orgasms solely from touching my clitoris, but I really want to be able to climax from sex, and it isn't happening.
Don't get me wrong—sex feels good for me, and my boyfriend tries really hard to pleasure me. We do lots of foreplay beforehand, he performs oral sex on me often, and we've tried toys. I'm just worried that my vagina isn't sensitive enough to actually get me there.
Is this normal? Let me make one thing clear: There's nothing wrong with you or your body if you don't have orgasms from sex alone or simply have trouble with it. In fact, you're like most women on the planet! But here's the good news: It's not impossible. And you're on the right track—experimenting with your body during solo sessions, doubling up on foreplay, and pulling in some extra help from toys are all great steps, and all things I recommend to everyone. It certainly helps to have a partner who's more than willing to put in the effort too! There is still one more thing you probably haven't tried or.
Dear Emily, I have been dating this amazing guy for two years. He goes above and beyond in all areas. He is the nicest person; however, I'm bored. In order for me to enjoy sex, I have to fantasize about other people. Our sex life is making me question our relationship. I have had much better sex with other people, and this is making me pull away. It is normal for couples experience fluctuations, especially at the two-year mark. If you're having these feelings of boredom in the bedroom, it's important to talk to him.
Sex is an integral part of a healthy relationship, and so is communication. It's common for people to fantasize about other people during intercourse from time to time, but it should not be an ongoing salvation or fix for a problem. The more you keep fantasizing about others, the more it will pull you apart from him. Try some adventurous new things in the bedroom to bond again and add more excitement. Talk to him about some of your fantasy situations instead of fantasizing about someone else.
If you think you can sincerely put in the effort to work on the intimacy in this. Dear Emily, Sex with my boyfriend is really great; he is so attentive to my needs and I'm able to orgasm almost every time we're together. I want to keep things interesting for us, but I also don't want to give up having regular orgasms. What new position could we try that will give me the same amount of pleasure? Like many couples before you, it sounds like you and your partner have fallen into a sex position rut. Even though you both are achieving orgasm regularly, the fact that you are going about it the same way every time can make the sex lose some of its luster.
It's great that you and your boyfriend have found a position and method that keeps you "coming" back for more, but too much of any one thing can leave you bored, unfulfilled, and wanting something more exciting. But then there's also the fear of the unfamiliar: What if you break out of your rut and do something different, and lose out on the orgasms you've become accustomed to? Believe it or not. I wouldn't say I'm an expert but have never had this problem before. How can I give him a blow job that will blow his mind?
You've already got the most important thing going for you: enthusiasm. No man wants to look down at his partner cringing or not enjoying herself. You want to please him. You want him to writhe with pleasure. And, of course, you want him to finish with an exquisite crescendo. First, I'm going to give you the bad news: Some guys simply can't finish through oral sex. Even if his celebrity crush volunteered to do the job, it still might not happen, so don't take it personally. That said, you still want to give it your best shot, which is great. Here are a few tips to help put him over the edge during oral: 1.
Get into it: I know you want to please him, but does he know it? You seem enthusiastic, but you have to show it as well. I'm talking moaning, intermittent eye contact, and licking. A lot of my radio-show callers tell me that it's hard to keep things in the bedroom as hot as they'd like.Sex only sunday night
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