How much you can really learn from putting numbers on something as complex and complicated as sexual behaviour is debatable. But that doesn’t stop us wanting to do it!
As a point of interest and for broad comparison, sex research stats are definitely worth a browse.
This series focuses on solutions to things that are a little sensitive or embarrassing to ask - often because the answer seems like it should be obvious!
Part 1 talked about what to do if a toy gets lost and how to use a vibrator or a dildo. Part 2 had fix-its for him, including what to do if she doesn’t like intercourse or you going down on her. Here, you’ll find female-focused solutions like what to do if he falls out all of the time.
Love 69ers but find them a bit of a (literal) pain in the neck? Here's how to turn them into your new go-to oral sex position.
Do orgasms feel the same for everyone? Does his orgasm feel different than hers?
Biologically, everyone moves through the same stages. We become aroused, then move to a plateau phase (highly aroused), onto orgasm, then resolution (when the body returns to normal).
Forget chatting about the weather, Brexit or how much you hate your job. Slip some penis trivia into your next conversation and watch everyone suddenly stand up and pay attention. Here's some stats and facts guaranteed to keep them amused!
Think you’re in charge of your love and sex life? Think again. When we call people ‘love junkies’, we are actually being accurate: we’re all completely and utterly under the influence of our brain hormones.
Want to look bigger - instantly, stop the condom falling off, or have stronger erections more quickly? You’re in the right place.
Here it is in one sentence: act like a man.
In the brilliant book I Love Female Orgasm, author Dorian Solot points out what is blatantly obvious but ignored. That guys don’t lie back waiting hopefully for their partners to give them an orgasm during intercourse, they do whatever it takes to get themselves there.
Hands up who’d like more orgasms? How about more intense orgasms? Or more than one in a row? (After all, who stops at one biscuit? Or one chocolate? Or one glass of wine?)
Here are some clever but simple ideas to help you achieve all three.
Part one of 'How to talk about sex' detailed the basics of how to talk to your partner about sex in general. Now we’re talking specifics. Whether you want more of something, a technique done differently or are aching to share that fantasy, here’s how to get things started…