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Some men may not know that the clitoris is the key to making her orgasm. Learn more in this video.
Transcript: Study after study shows that 80% of women do not orgasm from intercourse alone. The clitoris is the powerhouse...
Study after study shows that 80% of women do not orgasm from intercourse alone. The clitoris is the powerhouse of the female orgasm. Logan: Which is part of the vulva outside not inside of the vagina. Ian: Right, 90% of the nerve fibers that contribute to the female orgasm are located on the surface of the vulva. So I like to say that many men through no fault of their own are what I call "illclitorate." Many men need to get "clitorate." They need to understand that the clitoris is the powerhouse of the female orgasm and foreplay is coreplay.More »
Last Modified: 2012-11-17 | Tags »
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Masturbation provides women with numerous health benefits. Watch this video to find out more about the benefits of masturbation.
Transcript: Interestingly, masturbation provides a host of health benefits for women. A recent study noted that...
Interestingly, masturbation provides a host of health benefits for women. A recent study noted that masturbation is a natural sleep aid for many women. In addition, solo sex can often provide pain relief from menstrual cramps and sore joints. But perhaps the best reason for women to masturbate is simply that it leads to self-discovery. Because female orgasm is not as automatic as male orgasm, masturbation can help a woman learn about what works for her.More »
Last Modified: 2012-11-17 | Tags »
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Communication and lubrication are key to anal sex. Talk to your partner and watch this video to learn more.
Transcript: I would say the key is lubrication -- lubrication and communication. Logan: Absolutely. Lubrication...
I would say the key is lubrication -- lubrication and communication. Logan: Absolutely. Lubrication is essential. And talking to your partner and making sure that at every step he or she is comfortable with what you're doing. Because if they're not, than anal sex is never going to feel good and it is not something that should be part of your sexual repertoire. Ian: No, it could lead to discomfort. It could lead to damage butt. It can also be done safely and in a way that is a lot of fun. Logan: I mean you can also engage in anal sex and stimulate the clitoris at the same time. So there is certainly the potential for pleasure if you keep talking and you're safe.More »
Last Modified: 2013-05-24 | Tags »
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If you're looking to maximize the pleasure you get from G-spot stimulation, you might want to look into the G-spot shot. Watch this video to learn more about this procedure.
Transcript: Some women claim that G-spot orgasms are even more powerful than clitoral ones. Unfortunately, the Grafenberg...
Some women claim that G-spot orgasms are even more powerful than clitoral ones. Unfortunately, the Grafenberg spot needs constant pressure and direct stimulation to effectively bring a woman to orgasm. And unless a woman is already aroused, it can be nearly impossible for her or her partner to find. This is why G-spot amplification or the G-shot was invented. This simple needle injection procedure is administered by doctor's who believe in it's efficacy. To do it, a doctor injects a bulking filler of collagen or hyaluronanic acid into the general area of the G-spot. The idea is that the bulking caused by the injection makes the G-spot bigger and easier for a woman and her partner to find.More »
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Worried about your penis size during sexy time? Well, don't. Check out these tips to learn how to impress with a small penis.
Transcript: Before you penetrate, focus on foreplay, making her pleasure your utmost priority. If you wait until...
Before you penetrate, focus on foreplay, making her pleasure your utmost priority. If you wait until she's fully stimulated to enter her, she probably won't know-or care-what size you are! There are a few sexual positions can help you make the most of every inch. Start with that tried and true favorite, rear-entry. Or try the "rabbit ears" position. Have her lie on her back and bring her knees to her ears. She should hold her knees there as you penetrate her.More »
Last Modified: 2012-10-12 | Tags »
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G-spot amplification can be costly. But is it worth it? Find out more about g-spot amplification costs and effectiveness by watching this video.
Transcript: The G-shot costs between $1,200 and $1,800 and it is NOT covered by insurance. With a price tag like...
The G-shot costs between $1,200 and $1,800 and it is NOT covered by insurance. With a price tag like that, the obvious question is "Does it work?" In a word: doubtful. There aren't any clinical trials showing that G-spot augmentation works, nor is the procedure FDA-approved. And while injecting collagen into the human body isn't unprecedented - that doesn't mean that the procedure works to enhance sexual sensations in the genitalia. Much more important than the cost or the effectiveness is the issue of SAFETY. The medical profession has no idea if G-spot amplifications are safe, and all procedures, no matter how 'minor" carry the real potential for complications. So, until there is hard data showing the safety and efficacy of the G-shot, women would be wise to hold off on trying it.More »
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If you're sexually active, you might want to look into HIV testing for safe measure. Learn more about the types of HIV testing by watching this informative video.
Transcript: When a person contracts HIV, his or her immune system starts to produce antibodies against the virus...
When a person contracts HIV, his or her immune system starts to produce antibodies against the virus to ward off infection. Although these antibodies are not effective in fighting HIV, it is their presence in the blood that results in a positive HIV test. This test can be conducted at an STD clinic, a government funded HIV testing site, a hospital, or a doctor's office. The screen can be done in a number of ways, but the most common is a conventional blood test. In this case, a sample is drawn by a health care provider and sent to a lab for screening. A similar HIV test involves an oral fluid sample which is swabbed from the inside of the mouth before being tested. A slightly less accurate method involves a urine sample.More »
Last Modified: 2013-10-15 | Tags »
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Do you lose control during an orgasm? Find out what makes this happen by watching this video.
Transcript: During female orgasm, the vaginal walls contract rhythmically every eight-tenths of a second, for anywhere...
During female orgasm, the vaginal walls contract rhythmically every eight-tenths of a second, for anywhere from 20 seconds to a full minute and a half! But without your BRAIN, this incredibly pleasurable sensation simply wouldn't be possible. For orgasm to build, the 8,000 nerve endings in your clitoris send a message of excitement to both the spinal cord and vagus nerve, which carry incoming information from the nervous system to the brain. When you hit your climax, a brain region behind the left eye, called the lateral orbitofrontal cortex, shuts down completely. This area is the foundation of reason and behavioral control. So it's completely accurate to say that you "lose control" during orgasm.More »
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Using a water based lubricant can help reduce irritation that can trigger a herpes episode. To know more about tripping herpes triggers, watch this informative video.
Transcript: Once genital herpes is contracted it lives in the body forever-often lying dormant-but it can become...
Once genital herpes is contracted it lives in the body forever-often lying dormant-but it can become activated by certain triggers. While everyone's triggers vary, there are some common experiences that make herpes flare-up in many people. For example, some find that the friction of sex irritates the genital skin and brings on symptoms. Using a water-based lubricant can help reduce this irritation, but DON'T use one that contains the spermacide nonoxynol-9. This ingredient can irritate mucous membranes, such as the lining of the vagina, making symptoms worse. In addition, some people find that hormonal changes, such as those that occur during the menstrual cycle, can trigger outbreaks. And one of the most universal causes of herpes flare-ups is a weakened immune system, like in people suffering from colds.More »
Last Modified: 2012-10-01 | Tags »
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Experiencing orgasms one after the other can heighten arousal for many women. Find out more about female multiple orgasms in this video.
Transcript: A great way to prepare for multiple climaxes is to pump up your pubococcygeus, or PC, muscles! Find...
A great way to prepare for multiple climaxes is to pump up your pubococcygeus, or PC, muscles! Find them by stopping your stream of urine when you go to the bathroom. Your PC muscles can be the key to multiple orgasms, since pulsing them during sex increases blood flow, allowing you to maintain arousal. Another secret? Aim to orgasm for the first time before he enters you. If you have one big-O early, you're likely to have another post-penetration.More »
Last Modified: 2012-12-27 | Tags »
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Spotting a female orgasm can be tricky but not as tricky you probably think it is. Watch this video for tips on how to spot her orgasm.
Transcript: Vaginal muscle spasms. During an orgasm, she will experience about three to ten muscle spasms, which...
Vaginal muscle spasms. During an orgasm, she will experience about three to ten muscle spasms, which you should feel gripping your penis. Or look in her eyes. Women experience dilated pupils when they cum. During oral sex, you'll be able to gauge her climax (or lack thereof) based on how her genitals look. Right before orgasm, a woman's clitoral hood will retract this is the "don't stop" point. In addition, her vaginal lips will swell and redden when she's about to cum.More »
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Do you know the most common symptoms of trich? Do you know who is most likely to contract it? Learn more about trich symptoms from this video.
Transcript: Although men can be carriers of Trichomoniasis, or trich, it's women who experience symptoms after contracting...
Although men can be carriers of Trichomoniasis, or trich, it's women who experience symptoms after contracting the disease. The first sign of Trichomoniasis is watery, bubbly discharge that may be greenish or yellowish. Both itching and pain that occurs during urination or sex can also be signs of trich in women. These unpleasant symptoms are often the most apparent immediately after you have a period. Like other STDs, trich is contracted by having genital-to-genital sex with a person who's infected. Interestingly, Trichomoniasis is particularly common in women who have sex with women.More »
Last Modified: 2012-10-12 | Tags »
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