• Question:

    I've been with my partner a year and sex is amazing but just recently he's been losing his erection during intercourse. When he does maintain one, he ejaculates quickly leaving me frustrated.

    We have discussed the problem but can't work out why it's happening and it's putting strain on an otherwise wonderful relationship.

    Why using a lube makes everything - including your sex toys - feel better

    Under ideal circumstances our bodies produce enough natural lubrication not to warrant adding any extra. But a little help is always welcome...

    Question:

    I only discovered I could have an orgasm at the age of 45! I've always enjoyed sex and had quite a few partners but could never get past a certain point to climax. I bought my first rabbit from Lovehoney and it happened within several minutes and I really couldn't believe I had missed out on all those years.

    But I'd like now to know if there are two different types of orgasm. I confided in friends that I could now orgasm through my clitoris and they said I should now try to have a vaginal orgasm. Is this true and how different do they feel?

    Question:

    When my partner and I have sex and it feels good, I have an orgasm but there is nothing there to prove it because I don't get wet. My partner thinks I am faking it because there's no wet spot. Is there a product that can help make this happen as I'm embarrassed and it's starting to make me feel nervous about having sex at all!

    TC10

    The humble vibrator was invented by doctors who were sick of giving their patients orgasms with their fingers. I'm not kidding - this was the standard treatment for 'hysteria'.

    In the 1800s, 'hysteria' was the most common health complaint among women of the day. It was a term used to describe any emotional distress: Got a headache? You obviously had hysteria. Problems sleeping? Same thing. A sore foot? Hysteria again. Pulled your back doing the hoovering? Ahh, a classic case of hysteria.

    Question:

    My girlfriend wants to try a threesome but I don't think I'd be able to handle it. I actually don't think she could either and while the fantasy appeals, the reality would backfire. Is there a way to capture the sense of group sex without actually having it?

    Question:

    I've been with my fiancé four years and our sex life has become routine. I've suggested countless ideas to improve it but she says no to everything and that she's quite happy with the way things are (20 minutes of foreplay where she orgasms then missionary position every time).

    For me, sex is now like a chore. How do I get her to open up and be willing to explore new things?

    Question:

    I've been with my boyfriend for two years. He's never had a high sex drive but it's dropped significantly over the past year and seems to be dipping even further. We're having sex about twice a month.

    Whenever I instigate sex, he rejects me so we only have sex when he's interested, which often leaves me feeling unsatisfied and resentful.

    I've talked to him about it but he won't open up when I ask why he's lost his sex drive. He just says he doesn't know why.

    Question:

    I have a very low libido, and am never interested in having sex. My partner thinks that there is something wrong with me, but I have never enjoyed making love and don't think that I ever will. What do I do?

    Question:

    My partner and I want to join the mile-high club but how do you do it without getting caught?

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