A friend of mine was at a party a few months back. As midnight neared and the party went into overtime, a slow song came on. My friend made a beeline for her husband and danced slowly and seductively with him. They enjoyed the moment immensely, grateful to feel comfortable enough in front of their friends to express their affection.
It was my first semester at graduate school in San Francisco. The artsy-fartsy professor decided we needed to do a little de-stressing. He instructed the class to get into groups of three and do a two-people massaging one-person exercise. In the time it took for me to turn to the two people sitting closest and ask them to be in my group, I looked back at the front and there was my professor stark naked.
You have it within you to be ‘that sexy person’ who can walk into any room and stop everyone in their tracks. You are that person who unabashedly oozes sexuality. Are you rolling your eyes?
There’s no two ways about it, getting back into having sex after a miscarriage is a completely crap time in a couple’s relationship. If you are healthy and you’ve had a ‘normal’ miscarriage, you can resume sexual relations within four to six weeks after a gynecological check-up.
Everyone wants to know how to have bigger, better orgasm. Well, here’s the easy answer. Kegel exercises. Yes, Kegels. They are the best two minutes a day you could ever spend on the road to better sex and female orgasm.
Is it just me, or do women really become different people when they are trying to conceive. Some might say—oh—obsessed. It is like a robotic chip has been placed in their brains and they become baby-making machines.
For years I’ve been doing about four to five media interviews per week. Each and every time I get asked, “How much sex is normal”, I feel like my head will explode.
I appreciate it must be on everyone’s mind as there is so much pressure to be ‘sexually normal’. And if there was a normal, set-in-stone amount of sex there wouldn’t be the confusion and everyone would get on with their business and not ask me every single time I do an interview.
The reality is there are too many unsatisfying and empty relationships. And it’s the major reason why infidelity statistics are so high.
I am always in awe of how well parents take care of their kids. Prevention and safety are a number one priority, what with regulation car seats, regulation cribs, and baby-proofing houses.
I sometimes wonder why parents don’t give the same amount care and attention to their relationship. I’m certain they want to but always have an excuse to put it on the back burner.