I am not aware of any scientific research that has been published in peer-reviewed journals that suggest any of these methods actually work to make semen or vaginal fluids taste sweeter or generally more pleasant. That said, I am also not aware of any research that discounts these methods – in other words, they are pretty much untested and unknown.
We don’t fully understand why some women experience multiple orgasms and others do not. In part, it may have to do with expectations about sex and orgasm. After all, even one orgasm is difficult for some women to experience, so some women may be happy with one orgasm and may not even try to have a second orgasm after their first.
There’s something about the power of vibrating products that can make it easier for many women to orgasm. We don’t fully understand why vibrators are so effective at easing some women’s orgasms, but they can be.
Many couples have different levels of sexual desire as well as different types of things that they enjoy doing sexually. Sometimes these preferences cannot be changed. Other times, there is room for movement.
Just as people have different definitions of what it means to “have sex” – in other words, whether “sex” is defined as oral, vaginal or anal sex, there are also varied definitions of abstinence. That said, a common understanding of abstinence suggests that one can absolutely be abstinent even if they have had sex in the past.
Chlamydia and gonorrhea are sexually transmissible infections – also called STIs – and they are only passed between people through sexual contact. That means that Chlamydia and gonnorhea may be transmitted through oral sex, vaginal sex or anal sex, but they are not transmitted by sharing drinks, by kissing or by using a public bathroom.
When I teach human sexuality classes or guest lecture about sex in other professors’ classes, students always ask for tips about how to talk to their partner about sex. We all get it: talking about sex is critical for safer, more pleasurable sex. But how do you actually do it?
My girlfriend is amazing. She can have 10-12 orgasms is one hour’s worth of sex. She says it’s always been this way for her. Is there some way to develop this ability? Or are some people just born lucky?
As many of you know, this week marks Mardi Gras and its notorious celebrations in New Orleans. When you think about Mardi Gras, what comes to mind? If you’re like many people, images of floats, big crowds of people, drinking and beads may come to mind. And those beads, as you know, often come with a price.
My wife and I used to have oral sex once in a while and both enjoyed it. Now she says when I give her oral pleasure she says she gets a yeast infection and she won’t let me do it anymore. I don’t think she gets an infection if she performs fellatio on me prior to intercourse. Is a yeast infection possible from oral sex?