Do vibrators enhance sex with my partner?
Curious if vibrators will enhance sex with your partner? Watch this to find out!
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Foreplay is important and outercourse is the new intercourse. Watch this video for tips on better foreplay.
Transcript: Ian: I get asked this question a lot; how important is foreplay? I especially want to say to the men...
Ian: I get asked this question a lot; how important is foreplay? I especially want to say to the men out there that foreplay is all play. Logan: Without foreplay, you aren't getting any play. Ian: No play, right. 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. Logan: Foreplay is also important because women need to turn on head to toe. Sexuality and arousal is holistic. We need to turn on mentally, physically, emotionally. When you just go right for intercourse, we kind of freak out a little bit, we are a little bit uncomfortable. We need to turn on. We need to take time and you need to take time with us. And not just the breast and genitals, all the other erogenous zones; the back of our neck, the back of our knee, our hips, anything else. Ian: All of that touch produces oxytocin, which helps women engage in sex. All that foreplay helps women deactivate mentally which is also important to female orgasm. And let's remember that in the end, and orgasm really consists of two processes physiologically; blood flows to the genitals and tension developing throughout the entire body. The more foreplay the more sexual tension the more sexual tension that gets released, the more powerful the orgasm. Logan: And the better lubrication, better sex. Ian: For more foreplay tips check out other videos in this series or go to goodinbed.comMore »
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Does lube make sex better? Which lube should you use? Watch this to learn about the different types of intimate lubricant.
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Every woman has her own unique vaginal scent that is caused by friendly bacteria and acidic levels. Learn more in this video.
Transcript: Ladies, worrying about smelling "down there" is normal. Here's how to tell if the smell, like the worry,...
Ladies, worrying about smelling "down there" is normal. Here's how to tell if the smell, like the worry, is a-okay! First thing's first, when it comes to vaginas...every woman has her own scent. Depending on your body chemistry and diet, the vagina may smell: slightly sweet, musky, or even pungent! But where does the smell come from? Friendly bacteria in the vagina are the source of your natural aroma. The bacteria exist to keep your vagina at acidic levels, in turn preventing infections. But, if your vagina becomes compromised by invading "bad" bacteria, which can come from sources like feminine hygiene products, your odor may change. Periodic slight changes in smell are normal, particularly after sex or exercise. But a very pungent, or brand new, smell could signal a problem, like a yeast infection. If you develop a smell that's not normal for you, get thee to a doctor, especially if the odor is accompanied by discharge or itching.More »
Last Modified: 2012-12-27 | Tags »
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Smokin' body? Check! But something about that potential partner's face has you walking away. What's up with that?
Transcript: "Ever wonder why a seemingly perfect body does not necessarily a strong attraction make? Proponents...
"Ever wonder why a seemingly perfect body does not necessarily a strong attraction make? Proponents of evolutionary psychology believe that it's the face that may seal the attraction deal. Perfect facial symmetry, they say, equals sexual desirability. But why? From conception, the human body develops by neatly splitting cells in half if all goes well, a "perfect" human, with an equal right and left side, results. But since nature makes mistakes, and genetic mutations do occur, most of us have little physical quirks, like one ear that is bigger than the other. From an evolutionary standpoint, we're all looking to create strong, healthy offspring. So it makes sense that those who are more symmetrical and more likely to be desirable mates are also often the most sexually attractive! Interestingly, it's also the only measure of attraction that crosses all cultures!More »
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If fashion magazines are any indication, men want walking stick figures as partners. But biology (and real life) tell another story!
Transcript: "A perfect set of legs never hurts, but what else do men desire? Some men like breasts, and others prefer...
"A perfect set of legs never hurts, but what else do men desire? Some men like breasts, and others prefer butts, but all of them are biologically programmed to look for certain traits in a partner. Men are often subconsciously drawn to women with large eyes. That's because the feminine hormone, estrogen, halts bone growth in the brow making eyes prominent-and signaling strong reproductive genes. Of course, the "hips don't lie" when it comes to what men find attractive. Women with a waist to hip ratio of .7 inches or less-whereby the waist is significantly narrower than the hips-are attractive to men. That's because fat deposited on a woman's body is controlled by estrogen. A woman who produces an ideal amount of the hormone naturally winds up with a waist to hip ratio in this range, creating the coveted hourglass figure. But as any girl who's spent time in a crowded bar knows...men are definitely open to all their options!More »
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If you're not a body builder, you may think you don't have a chance with that gorgeous girl at the end of the bar. Not so, say women!
Transcript: "Sure, washboard abs never hurt, but what else do women want? Every woman is different, but they do...
"Sure, washboard abs never hurt, but what else do women want? Every woman is different, but they do have biological desires in common. There are some physical features that women are inherently attracted to. Ever noticed that Prince Charming was a lot taller than his Princess? Women are prone to be attracted to tall, physically imposing men. After all, it was these men who, in ancient times, were best able to protect. In addition, taller men are more likely to have stronger immune systems, furthering their chance of survival, and ensuring great mating genes! What else do women want? A guy who gives good face! Men with prominent brows and angular jaws are innately more attractive to women. That's because a male's face is shaped by testosterone, and angular features point to higher levels of the manly hormone. But if you're weak jawed, don't worry. The rules of attraction were made to be broken!More »
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You may think you pick your partner based on what your eyes tell you, but it could actually be your nose that's doing the selecting!
Transcript: Get a whiff of this: Your sense of smell may account for the majority of your sexual response. We have...
Get a whiff of this: Your sense of smell may account for the majority of your sexual response. We have more than 1,000 olfactory genes in our DNA. Compare that to just 300 genes for photoreceptors in the eyes, and it's little wonder that scent can ignite desire...or disgust.The human body produces pheromones, chemical signals that communicate reproductive quality to potential partners. These molecules are technically "odorless," so reacting to them is a subconscious act. Pheromones may help explain why you find that "sooo not your type" specimen incredibly sexy! There is still some controversy as to just how much of a role pheromones play in attraction, so if you're looking to surround yourself with scents to stimulate, studies have shown that men react most favorably to "home-baked" scents, like cinnamon buns and pumpkin pie. Meanwhile, women are aroused by baby powder, banana bread, and cucumbers! Who knew that attraction smelled so delicious?More »
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Like men, women can have trouble become aroused during sexy time but there is help out there fo this problem. Watch this video to learn more about what's available on the market for women who have trouble in the bedroom.
Transcript: When he has problems becoming aroused, he can pop a pill. Is there a form of Viagra for her? In June...
When he has problems becoming aroused, he can pop a pill. Is there a form of Viagra for her? In June of 2002, a brand-new form of massage oil hit the marketbut this wasnt for your ordinary massage! The formula, called Zestra, is a mix of botanical oils designed to be rubbed into her genitals. The oil works by increasing blood flow to the vagina, in turn heightening arousal and sensitivity. Interestingly, the gamma linolenic acid in Zestra may have other benefits to women, including preventing both PMS and eczema! But, if it sounds too good to be true, it might be. While studies on Zestra have produced positive results, they were conducted on small groups of women. Additionally, a womans sexual response is more individualized than a mans, so a magic solution may not be magical for everyone! If you do decide to try Zestra, please note that you must use a polyurethane brand of condoms, like Durex, as Zestra can wear down latex!More »
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When it comes to a woman's orgasms there are many ways to tell if she is faking it. Follow along with this video to learn more.
Transcript: Seventy percent of women admit to doing it, it's a fake orgasm and it could be happening in YOUR bed....
Seventy percent of women admit to doing it, it's a fake orgasm and it could be happening in YOUR bed. Here's how to tell. Meg Ryan did a killer fake-O in When Harry Met Sally, but Billy Crystal wasn't looking for the signs. The biggest one? 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. Don't overlook the obvious hints! If she's having a great time, she'll experience increased heart rate and breathing, plus lots of sexy sweat.More »
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A woman's cycle is responsible for more than you realize. Check out this video to learn more about her cycle, her sex, and the relationship between the two.
Transcript: Every woman's libido is different, but there are a few days each month when she's biologically prone...
Every woman's libido is different, but there are a few days each month when she's biologically prone to crave sex! Simply put, a woman is most passionate while she's ovulating and immediately afterwards. Ovulation is the time of the month when an egg arrives in the uterus to be fertilized. At this point, she releases extra hormones that make her more in tune with her senses-especially smell and touch! Every woman has a slightly different cycle length, ranging from 20 to 60 days, although a typical cycle is about 28 days. Generally, a woman is ovulating (and craving sex!) about 14 to 16 days before the start of her period. Women who take hormonal birth control do not ovulate, and therefore experience fairly steady levels of desire throughout the month. It's vital to remember that although women are hottest during ovulation; this is also when they are most fertile. (See Knocked Up for proof.) So don't let excitement overwhelm good judgment-remember to use protection!More »
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If you're a wallflower, your uber flirty friend is probably healthier than you. How does flirting make a body feel great?
Transcript: Think you know everything about catching the eye of the opposite sex? Think again! Flirting is fun,...
Think you know everything about catching the eye of the opposite sex? Think again! Flirting is fun, but it's also good for you! Studies show that people who flirt on a regular basis have higher levels of white blood cells in their bodies. Since these cells work in the immune system to fight harmful invaders, frequent flirters are actually healthier than those who avoid coy glances. Flirting is also universal. Women across the globe engage in similar moves to entice men. What's the most common gesture? Smiling, arching the eyebrows, then averting the gaze and giggling. But flirting can-and does-go astray! Research shows that men often mistake friendly behavior as being sexually suggestive. And both genders are guilty of making the most common flirting mistake, according to body language experts: maintaining too much eye contact. But there's really little to fear when it comes to flirting...as we've seen, it does a body good!More »
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