I know that it's difficult to orgasm during intercourse but it's very important for my boyfriend that I at least try. He doesn't like the fact that I only orgasm from his tongue.
Do you have any techniques that could up the chances of it happening? I don't want to fake it just to keep him happy.
It's all about the situation: he's immune to seeing you naked pre-bedtime, but a flash of thigh by the roadside is unexpectedly voyeuristic. Learn how to have sex outside the confines of your home, without being arrested for indecent exposure!
The secret to loving lustily in the long term is to surprise each other sexually. Take sex outside of the bedroom and passion is instantly renewed. But although sex on the car bonnet might seem raw and unromantic when you've a big, soft bed to roll around in contrast is key.
My husband of three years and I have different sex drives. We are both in our early 20s and when we first got married we had sex 4-5 times a week. Now I'm lucky to get it once every 3-4 weeks.
He also used to give me oral sex fairly often, and now on the rare occasion we do have sex he won't, but expects me to give him to him. I have refused because I think it's unfair.
When I ask him why he doesn't give me oral sex anymore he says he just doesn't feel like it and I can't get him to expand on it much more than that.
How do I get him to want sex more without pressuring him too much and how do I get him to give me oral sex again?
I want to try anal sex with my boyfriend so I bought a small, penis-shaped butt plug to try to get myself used to having a penis inside me.
But because I've never tried it before, I was thinking of getting some desensitising cream so it wouldn't hurt so much. Is this a good idea? And when and how should I use it?
I'm inexperienced at sex, only two years out of a long marriage and bi-curious. My boyfriend of two months is older, very experienced, confident and has tried swinging and just about everything else.
He's as keen as me to have a girl-on-girl sex session but he wants it to involve him as well. I know this sounds insecure but I am worried he will fancy her more or she will be more experienced and it will change our relationship and how I see him.
I'm turned on by the thought of him being involved but unsure of the aftermath. Help!
My boyfriend said that before we get married he wants a bachelor party and that he will be having a stripper.
He said that the stripper is just to make the party a good one for everyone else there, but if that were the case then surely he wouldn't be insisting on it as if it's really important to him?
I told him I don't want him to have a stripper, but he just goes on about "tradition" and "having a good party". And I know he's not bothered about tradition because he's not even bothered about having a traditional wedding!
He wants a small registry office one to get it done. Am I right to be concerned about him wanting a stripper, and should I stand my ground and tell him there's no way he's having one?
Remember spontaneous sex? Impulsive, animalistic, passionate sex? Sex like it used to be in the beginning? Want to get all that back?
I come way too quickly and I am wondering if this is because I am quite undersized in the penis department.
Could there be a link and how do I stop it happening?
Is there such a thing as a U-spot? A friend of mine who is very experienced keeps telling me it's the only way she can orgasm but I don't want to look stupid by asking her what it is.
She's a bit of a boaster and think she might even be having a joke with me and there is no such thing.
New Scientist magazine has reported how indulging in a little kinky fun can bring you and your partner closer together but first of all, you need to set up a sexy scenario...