Q&A: Are There Adverse Effects To Frequent Masturbation?

Masturbation is a common way for both men and women to enjoy the bodies they live in. Some people find that masturbation helps them to relax after a stressful day or to fall asleep at night. Masturbation can also help men and women to learn what they life, in terms of sexual touch and pace, so that they can share this information with a partner.

Q&A: Why Would Someone Call Out Another Person’s Name During Sex?

As a sex educator and columnist, thousands of people have talked to me about their sex lives. And I have heard from many people who have accidentally called out someone’s name during sex.
In some cases, it was a total accident. They claimed that they weren’t thinking of this other person and the name just slipped out.

Q&A: Decreased Libido and Vaginal Lubrication. Anything I Can Do?

Some women experience vaginal dryness after taking low dose birth control pills. Also, it’s common for women to feel more dry if they start having sex shortly after a warm shower or bath, if they’re taking allergy medications such as antihistamines, or while they are breastfeeding.

Q&A: My First Sex Was With A Prostitute, I Did Not Get An Erection

It sounds like you two just walked into a room and took your clothes off. Though that might be exciting for some people, many men and women find that spending time in foreplay helps them to feel more aroused. Foreplay can help men to get an erection and it can help women to lubricate or become “wet”.

Q&A: I Have Bladder Prolapse. Can This Be Fixed?

It can take around 2 months to heal well enough to begin having vaginal intercourse again. Research suggests that women often see an improvement in their sexual lives, particularly if their prolapse issues were getting in the way of sex before they had surgery.

Q&A: He Masturbates In His Sleep And Says Another Person’s Name

It’s worth noting that it is very common for both men and women to fantasize about other people, even when they are happy and satisfied in their current relationship. As such, even if he is fantasizing about someone else, it does not necessarily mean that he doesn’t feel positively about you or your relationship.