• Question:

    I'm 18 and have never had an orgasm. I'm worried I'll never have one. What should I do?


    My girlfriend and I are happy but we're worried we don't have enough sex. We get the impression everyone else is having a lot more sex than we are and it worries us.


    I cannot orgasm during sex, the only way I can orgasm is if my husband performs oral sex on me. To be quite honest he doesn't enjoy doing it as much anymore because I am not satisfied after intercourse.

    Love Advice: Valentine's Day Date Survival Guide

    One message I really want to get across is to dispel the myth we have about love, that there's only one person out there who can make us happy. The search for 'The One'.

    It's a silly concept because there are lots of people out there who can make you happy. These days, people have more than one serious relationship.

    So if you're feeling really down this Valentine's Day because it didn't work out with someone who you feel was the love of your life, calm down. You will love again. Just as much as you did before.

    Just because it didn't work out with this person doesn't mean you're going to be alone forever. There are lots of people out there who can make you happy, not just one.


    Do penis rings work? Will they keep me hard after I orgasm so I can carry on pleasuring my girl?

    Ask Tracey

    Valentine's Day does worry me. I think there's tremendous pressure on people to a) be in a relationship and b) be in a terrific relationship. And Valentine's Day leaves lots of people feeling inadequate.

    Single people feel ostracized and like there's something wrong with them and people in long term relationships who are perhaps a bit bored, start worrying their relationship isn't good enough or their partner's not romantic enough. It's meant to be a day to celebrate love but it's turned into a day where lots people feel upset.

    So follow these tips and think of it as a day to celebrate all sorts of love and you'll be fine.


    My girlfriend likes to watch me masturbate but when I ask to watch her, she says no. She says she doesn't find it a turn on, but I know she regularly uses a vibrator. Is there anything I can do to help her feel more at ease and relaxed because I could probably learn something from watching her?


    My girlfriend and I recently bought some bondage ropes to tie each other up. We're not into whips and stuff so at a loss as to what exactly we're supposed to do tease each other?


    My partner and I have recently started looking for a threesome with another woman. Would it be wrong of me to ask if another man could be in the room? Or even if the other male can join in?


    I'm going to have a house full of relatives this Christmas. How on earth are we going to have sex without anyone hearing or knowing?

    More entries