• Question:

    I have just purchased a rabbit vibrator and looking forward to using it. This will be my first experience with any type of sex toy and I'm a little nervous.

    I would love it if you could give me some tips on what I should be doing and how to get started. Hope you can help me.


    Since my boyfriend and I started dating we've had the same problem involving sex: I want it more often than he does!

    I basically manage to get him into bed with me once a week or less, and that seems to be enough for him... but not for me.

    Hearing the word "no" doesn't surprise me anymore when I initiate sex. We love each other very much but we really struggle to find the golden path in the middle so I can feel satisfied and he's not pressured.

    How can we make this work?

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    My boyfriend and I have been together for over two years. We used to have sex almost every day, now I'm lucky if I get it once every two weeks to three weeks.

    He doesn't want to try anything new. We don't have oral sex anymore except from my side, all he wants to do is dive straight in to intercourse.

    What can I do apart from find someone else for pleasure?


    I think I have had an orgasm but I'm not sure. I have shaking in my legs etc, flushed chest, very wet, but don't feel finished! What am I doing wrong?

    I have a fantastic husband who has done everything for me and I even have a rabbit vibrator that I love. But I still feel like I will explode if I don't stop! It's the same when I masturbate.

    I also know where my G-spot is and can feel it when my husband positions himself a certain way and with his fingers. What am I doing wrong! I have had no other partners to compare this with.

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    My boyfriend's semen has lumps in it. It didn't used to be like that but lately it seems to have chunky bits in it.

    Does this mean he could have an STI?


    I'm a 24 year-old man but I'm still a virgin. I'm a bit nervous about sex and I do get nervous around women.

    I'm worried women may be put off by the fact I've never had sex.

    Should I tell a woman during a date if it's leading to sex or should I read books on how to pleasure women so at least I will know what to do if that time comes?

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    My boyfriend said he wants to give me a pearl necklace - and I don't think he's talking jewellery.

    I said yes but actually don't have a clue what it is! I'm gathering it's something to do with oral sex?

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