• Question:

    I have a sexual fetish. Big breasts are a turn on for me and it's what gets me very aroused. I’ve been dating a girl and we’re getting very close. She is beautiful on the outside and a great girl on the inside, but she has very small breasts.

    The sex is okay but I’m not as aroused as I get if I was having sex with a busty girl. What should I do? Should I tell her to get a boob job? How can I approach that without hurting her feelings? I don’t want this sexual fetish of mine to ruin a good relationship.

    Question:

    Whenever I stimulate myself, I do it lying face down on the bed. I’ve always done it this way and can’t orgasm unless it’s by this method. I’ve also never been able to orgasm with a guy. Is it because I’ve somehow trained myself to only orgasm in that position and if so, how do I break the habit?

    Question:

    I have never been able to have a vaginal orgasm. I am fine with it because I own a vibrator and can orgasm on my own.  I have tried to use my vibrator during sex but it doesn’t work so it’s very frustrating for both me and my boyfriend. Should I just accept that I cannot have vaginal orgasms?

    Question:

    After my partner and I have sex, all the sperm just falls out of me. Is this normal or should I see a doctor?

    Question:

    I'm obsessed with my boyfriend. When I'm with him I feel like the happiest girl in the world and when I'm not I'm really sad and I don't want to do anything apart from be with him. It’s like I'm a different person now.

    I want to be with him all the time and it's causing problems because he wants to spend some time with his mates. I can’t go out with mine because I lost them all through fights over him. I really love him and don't want to lose him. Can you help me?

    Question:

    I split with my ex boyfriend six months ago and he’s still bombarding me with emails, texts and phone calls, begging to be given another chance or abusing me, depending on what mood he is in. It’s both upsetting and threatening. I’ve been told to ignore him but that isn’t working. What do I do now?

    Question:

    I'm 46 years of age though I look and act younger. I go out a lot have lots of friends and a busy life but I've never been married and have no children. People I meet are always puzzled as to why I am single. I have had one long term relationship in my 20's which was abusive.

    The longest relationship since has been about six months. I'm afraid I will be 'left on the shelf'. I worry men are only interested in me for a one night stand, I simply don't fancy them or there is no chemistry. I would love to know what I am doing wrong? I know it all boils down to confidence and I have never had much confidence with men. I want to be sexy and confident. Can you please help?

    Question:

    My boyfriend and I have a great sex life, but recently I've found myself getting a little curious about introducing a vibrator into the mix. At first he was extremely doubtful about this and not too keen to tell the truth, but as we began to talk it through more he has become a bit more accepting.

    However, he mentioned a concern about using a vibrator during sex with me (I suggested a clitoral vibrator rather than anything too threatening). He says he's heard that using a vibrator close to the penis can cause blood vessels to burst and so we "couldn't use it like that anyway". Is this true?

    Question:

    Do aphrodisiac pills work to increase libido or do they work as a placebo?

    Question:

    When I first started playing with vibrators about seven years ago, I started having my first orgasms, and they were phenomenal.  I thought I had found the solutions to the world's problems.  Now, they seem routine, almost boring.

    I rarely have those full body mind blowing orgasms I used to frequently have. It's becoming frustrating, and I'm not sure what the cause is.  Do I need a new toy?  Are there exercises you’d recommend to get those old feelings back?

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