What can I Do?
Porn addiction is a very real thing and can have just as dire consequences as an addiction to drugs or alcohol. One woman decided to share her struggle with porn to raise awareness of this lesser known illness.
If you’re experiencing pain during sex, you probably think it means there’s something wrong with you. However, it’s much more common than you think, it’s just that no one’s talking about it.
I’m the girl who slept with your husband, and I’m not sorry.
I’m quite naive when it comes to men and I started a fling with my boss. Now I’m pregnant.
He’s Touch Just Made My Skin Heat Up And I Couldn’t Control Myself.
“If you can’t have orgasms with intercourse, you’re normal,” assures Stephanie Buehler, director of the Buehler Institute for sex therapy in Irvine, Calif. “Sometimes women get upset because their partners say, ‘My last lover could have orgasms, so there must be something wrong with you.’”
This one happened a year ago when I was at University, I lived with my roommate, Eric, he and I were more than just roommates, we were actually best friends.
I’ve been with my girlfriend for almost a year. We’ve never had intercourse. Both of us have had sex with people in past relationships. I don’t understand why she has had sex with them and not me. Or why she won’t have sex now. I don’t think she enjoys sex. She never talks about it but makes excuses not to do it. I love her. She says she loves me. We have talked some time ago about the lack of sex but nothing changed. I don’t want to bring it up again for fear of an argument, but I am getting increasingly frustrated.
Please Advise,I Am in Love with a Guy who Doesn’t Love Me As Much As My Boyfriend Who i don’t Love Anymore.This is from Imirasire reader, who wants your advice, please read and tell her what you think she should do.
He seems confused because he says he loves me, yet he just wants to be best friends or friends with benefits.
Infidelity/Cheating is something that always causes a lot of emotions amongst men and women. Men accuse women of cheating, and women just assume all men cheat. Often times people in relationships go about their business in relationships until someone is caught cheating. What happens if someone confesses though? Is it the same? Should the guilty party feel less guilty?
I just found out that the older married man I’ve been having an on-off again affair with for the last ten years (the last year very regularly) also had an affair with my mother (now deceased) thirty years ago.
Lately, this young girl has summoned courage to seduce me; to be sincere, she is tempting me.I often return to the house ahead of my wife. Sometimes, her boobs will just slip out of her ‘top’ and she will simply apologize.
Two people are never going to want sex at exactly the same time, every single time, so all relationships have at least some degree of incompatibility. Couples can sometimes navigate minor discrepancies with ease, but more often than not, they wind up fighting.
Ever know a woman who’s always right - or at least, one who thinks she is? Of course, nobody’s perfect. And great relationships rest on the ability to tactfully deal with differences
My wife and I have several bank accounts and none is jointly owned. Recently, she suggested we merge all of them.I have heard negative stories of joint accounts and would not want to get there. Though we trust each other, you never know with money. How do I tell her about my fears?
Our love affair with mobile phones, iPads and other gadgets is ruining our sex lives, research shows.
Ever since my wife got pregnant, I feel awkward about intercourse when there is a baby in there. What should I do?
Ever since my wife got pregnant, I am afraid to have sex with her. She is feeling angry and hurt like I don’t want her anymore, but the reality is, I feel awkward about intercourse when there is a baby in there. What should I do?
My girlfriend and I have been going out for about 7 months. Things are great between us but lately Ive noticed they she texts and talks to a lot more guys now.
A recent study published in the British Journal of Urology claims to have finally laid the kibosh on the considerable debate surrounding the average size of the penis.
I am 27 and my husband is 30. We have been married for last 4 months now, every time we have sex he cums within minutes.
Not long after we started dating, I discovered my girlfriend was still seeing her ex. We nearly broke up but she promised to end it. Things were okay but a few months later I discovered she’d slept with someone else. Again we worked through it and went on to get married. Six months ago I caught her flirting with some guys online. She said it was just fun and would stop. This weekend I’ve found she’s stayed in touch with one of those men. We talked and she says we’re in an open relationship. Are we? I don’t know what to say.
My husband seems to touch me only when he wants sex. I’d love to cuddle more, but how can I make him understand that when I hug him it doesn’t mean I want to run to the bedroom and have sex?
When it gets to the point where you can’t even remember the last time that you had sex because of erectile dysfunction, you need to get help. But what if you don’t want to spend thousands of dollars on prescription drugs with a ton of side effects, or don’t feel comfortable going to your GP? Erectile Dysfunction Protocol says it has a guaranteed way to cure this oh-so common problem naturally.
He isn’t a mind reader, so you have to speak up and be clear about what you want. Framing your request as a compliment really works. Want him to pleasure you more? Tell him how turned on you were during your last lovemaking because he really took his time. Before you know, he’ll be offering more foreplay than you can handle!
My husband is often amorous on Sunday mornings when we get a chance to be together for a longer time in bed. This often leads to sex.
Think of your sex life as a bank account. Keep it topped up at a healthy level. If you had sex twice last week, it’s OK to say no because you’re knackered the week after. Not so good, if you haven’t had sex for three months.
My girlfriend and I have had sex a couple times without a condom and everything was fine. When we tried with a condom, she bled. Could the condom be causing the bleeding?
I have never had sex because I’m always insecure about having a small penis, and I feel the girl would laugh and spread the word to her friends. I want to know what size satisfies a woman.
Do women experience nocturnal ’erections’ similar male nocturnal erections? I understand the male version has little to do with feeling sexually aroused but is more associated with REM sleep, and may help keep the penis healthy with oxygenated blood supply during the night. If this is true, isn’t it likely that women’s bodies do something similar?
I become very wet when I’m aroused. This is problematic when it becomes difficult for my partner to stay in me when we’re in certain positions. Is there anything I can do about my wetness? And what is it that causes me to become so lubricated anyway?
I am really depressed over my boyfriend’s past. We’re in our twenties and both virgins - but I was not his first kiss. He had a silly relationship at school when he was 14 and I can’t seem to get over it. I can’t accept he shared that with another girl. I feel less special, that she is better than me and all the kisses we have can never be as good as his first kiss with her. I know this is irrational but I can’t help it. I think of it all the time and it’s ruining our relationship as well as taking over my life.
Why do some men need several hours to recuperate after sex, but it only takes me, like, five minutes?
The difference is in the hormones that course through the veins of a man and woman during sex.
I recently had sex with my new guy. We kissed and then he put his fingers in me, which was fantastic. After that he undressed and put on a condom and we had sex. This was also really good. But ever since I’ve been terrified I could be pregnant. He thinks I can’t be, but says I’ve now scared him as he doesn’t want to be a dad yet. What should I do? I am so afraid. I was scared with my last boyfriend too.
Offering sex as a trade off for believing you made someone feel bad is not a good reason to "break your virginity", writes Dr Petra Boynton, sex and relationships agony aunt.
“Why do I love my husband, but don’t want to make love?” “Why was sex so good before marriage when I shouldn’t have been having it, but now that I can, its lost its sizzle, and I’ve lost desire?”
My husband has a small penis. The sex is good, and he’s very secure with himself, but I’m afraid to try certain positions. Any suggestions?
When I have sex I get very turned on and I feel like I’m going to orgasm. I’m nearly there. But then I don’t come. I feel ashamed and often fake it so my boyfriend won’t know. Is there something physically wrong with me that means I will never orgasm? Should I just give up trying?