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Tracey is set to introduce her range through a series of videos, each one designed to inform and address a range of common sex queries and myths, from what penis pumps are for to tips for lasting longer in bed.
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Check out Tracey's EDGE collection to discover how this new range for men can boost pleasure and performance during solo and shared use.
I believe that everyone should be able to enjoy a fun and fulfilling sex life. So I was disappointed to find that there is a distinct lack of practical information out there when it comes to making sex comfortable and possible for physically disabled lovers.
This week's blog post is therefore all about sex positions and aids that help to make sex and physical intimacy as simple and enjoyable as possible.
Why not try these 3 positions to get you started?
Spooning: You both lie side by side on a bed or the floor with him penetrating from behind, his chest against her (or his) back. She puts a pillow between her knees to keep the top leg up without straining. Ideal because there's no real physical stress on either person.
The Lapdance: This is a position that works well for people in wheelchairs and women with hip flexibility limitations. He's seated in an upright chair while she sits on his lap, facing away from him.
Q: My husband found a tube of lube in my bedside drawer and went mad. He accused me of just pretending to fancy him, because if I did I wouldn't need it. He says using lube is 'cheating'. I tried telling him that most women need extra help at certain times (I'm 34) but he refuses to believe me. What can I do?
A: Is brushing your teeth with toothpaste cheating in the breath department? What about putting on moisturiser? Using his logic it's downright trickery, because your skin wouldn't be as soft without it.
It's a lovely concept that your husband's going to turn you on instantly, just by looking at you. But it's horribly immature. Men who are sexually experienced very quickly learn that our natural lubrication is affected by hormones, diet, stress levels and a dozen other factors.
There are times when we all need to supplement Mother Nature with a good quality lubricant. I bet this isn't the only sex myth he's fallen for. Buy him a good, basic sex book and suggest he reads it from start to finish.
Q: My partner of two years is an attractive, kind, funny man who adores me. Everyone's always telling me how lucky I am to have him, but the reality is that I don't fancy him and don't think I ever did!
I love him desperately though and really want it to work. Is there a way to make yourself fancy someone? I fancy other men, so I do have a libido!
A: Love 'purists' will tell you if the sexual spark isn't there at the start, it's not possible to manufacture it. In a sense, I agree.
But you're not asking me to create chemistry, you're asking me if it's possible to make yourself fancy someone you love and the answer is yes. Desire is a decision.
Even if you had fancied your partner at the start, it can disappear over time. The trick to long-term lust is to turn yourself on, rather than expect your partner to do it for you. You have a healthy libido, so tap into it and build on it by reading some erotic books.
Q: Can you smell your way to the perfect partner?
Weird but true: the latest dating trend involves burying your nose into a pile of pre-worn T-shirts. What's even weirder is that, while it might sound (and definitely look!) bonkers, it's actually not as silly as it sounds.
'Pheromone Dating' came out of LA (where else!) and it's based on the simple presumption that if you're attracted to someone's smell, you'll be attracted to the person.
It's based on the infamous 'smelly T-shirt' experiment, performed by a Swiss zoologist in 1994. He tested the genes of a group of students, then got the men to wear T-shirts for two nights, avoiding anything (like alcohol or aftershave) that might affect their natural odour.
The T-shirts were then placed in a box with holes in it and the women asked to rank the smell on intensity, pleasantness and sexiness.
Have you got a question about sex, love or relationships? Chances are that sexpert Tracey has the answer. We've picked out her top 5 most read Q&As to solve your bedroom dilemmas...
Simply click on each summary to read the full post!
1. How much is too much anal sex?
"Is it dangerous to have regular anal sex? I'm with the same partner so I'm not concerned about STDs, just physical damage."
2. When we do girl-on-top, I get self-conscious. How can I get over it?
"I'm seeing someone that I'm really attracted to, the sex is really great (best I have had) but there's something holding me back. I'm not a very sexually confident person.
"But when I get on top, I get all self-conscious. How can I become better at all this and really make him think that this is the best sex he's ever had?"
From cock rings to G-spot confusion (where actually is it?), Tracey Cox has amassed a wealth of knowledge on sex and relationships, which she's shared with you to help you solve bedroom dilemmas in this sex advice column.
We've picked out her 5 most popular posts, for a go-to list of everything you need to know to enjoy a fantastically satisfying sex life.
Simply click on each summary to read the full posts!
1. Anal Sex: Anal Play For Beginners:
What's the body part with the highest concentration of nerve endings besides the genitals? Your bottom! Anal sex used to be taboo but now lots of sexually adventurous couples are discovering its erotic potential.
This guide offers information specifically for couples attempting anal intercourse or stimulation for the first time.
Straight women can use strap-ons to anally penetrate their boyfriends, while some lesbians use them to penetrate each other.
If you've never used a strap-on dildo, you probably think they look scary or even faintly ridiculous (OK, seriously ridiculous). But regular users swear they're the best invention for penetrative sex since God invented the penis. So, think you'd like to try using one but aren't sure how? Everything you need to know is right here!
For her to use on her:
Not all lesbians like it, but the experience of penetrating someone is incredibly erotic - it's a power rush and you feel naughty and edgy doing it. Best of all, with a strap-on dildo you get to pick exactly what length and thickness suits you! Dildos are the world's oldest sex toys, so not surprisingly there are loads to choose from.
Masturbating quickly as a teenager: False. Though it can make things worse. Having a quick orgasm is a plus as a teen. The faster you do it, the less likely you are to be disturbed by your nosy sister banging on the bathroom door. It made sense for researchers into PE to assume that 'training' your penis to ejaculate quickly as a teenager sets you up for a lifetime of bad habits. But it seems while this certainly doesn't help, it doesn't appear to be a cause. Most teens follow the same pattern with masturbation but not all end up with PE (premature ejaculation).
Watching porn makes it worse: True. But again, it's not watching porn that causes PE, it just doesn't help the situation. Once you add porn into a solo sex session, you up your chances of ejaculating quickly - which is sort of the point for lots of men who use these sessions as a release, rather than a turn on. Trouble is, that ten second long session with your laptop isn't exactly going to boost your confidence.
While most of us shudder at the thought of being addicted to something like heroin, the thought of being addicted to sex is downright appealing.
If the government supplies methadone to help heroin addicts kick the habit, surely it would be helpful for them to throw some shiny new sex toys our way, or at least grant 'sex days' instead of 'sick days'? Sigh.
But how much is too much and who would qualify? I counselled a couple on a programme I did (Hotter Sex) who claimed they had intercourse around seven times a day, every day.
He was home on disability leave (a back problem which, strangely, prevented him from working in an office but didn't seem to bother him while performing position No 358 from the Kama Sutra). She was a stay-at-home mum, who quickly assured me all the activity happened while the kids were at school.