I know men suffer from performance anxiety where they can't get an erection at the crucial moment, but can women suffer from the same thing? I get really turned on playing around in public but the second I'm somewhere where sex is definitely going to happen, I suddenly get scared.
For every lover who shouts, "Thank you God!" at the top of their lungs at the crucial moment, there's one who remains completely and utterly silent.
A few of my girlfriends have started getting anal bleaching, saying it really turns their partner on. Is it safe to do?
Many people have been programmed from a young age to think that masturbation is dirty or wrong, but it is in fact the complete opposite.
How do I get my girlfriend to have anal sex or use a toy anally? I'd also like her to play with my bottom but don't know how to suggest it.
A simultaneous orgasm is brilliant for increasing intimacy and allows you to bond on both an emotional and physical level.
Get yourself in the mood by reading an erotic book, watching a naughty film or lying back and fantasising - and then try these tips...
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.
Under ideal circumstances our bodies produce enough natural lubrication not to warrant adding any extra. But a little help is always welcome...
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?