Sex Positions That Would Help You Orgasm

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Sure, wild, crazy sex might keep your love life exciting, but if your goal is to really learn what works for you, keeping it simple to start is key. When you want to climax, the simplest positions are often also the best positions, and with a few modifications, you can make them even more orgasm inducing than they already are. To help you get there, here some sex positions aimed at making your orgasm the main event.

1. The Up and Over:

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Missionary position will never be the same again. While on your back, put a pillow under your butt, lift your hips, and bring your legs up and back toward your shoulders, as though you’re folding in half. This move allows your partner better ease of thrusting and deeper penetration – a perk for both of you. But consider this a warm-up – you’re getting yourself primed for a more intense orgasm. Once you feel like you’re getting into a groove, put your legs down and have him get into coital-alignment-technique (CAT) position.

2. The Down but Not Out:

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You’ve probably tried an all-fours pose before, and while doggy style is inarguably hotter than hot, in order to make it extra orgasmic, you need to modify it a bit. Lie on your stomach, lifting your butt slightly so he can enter you. Your partner can prop himself up with his hands in a push-up position or lie on top of you. Not only does this facedown configuration provide increased friction as he moves in and out, but you can gently grind your clitoral area against the bed as well.

3. The Lusty Leg Wrap:

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With all the twisting and bending that goes on, sometimes sex can feel more like your cardio day at the gym than something designed to get you off. That’s why it’s important to have at least one relaxed orgasm-inducing position in your repertoire. Such as this: While you’re on your back, he should lie on his side, turned toward you. Swing both legs over his hips and thighs, making a bridge over them. Then, just let him gently thrust into you. If it takes you a while to climax, this pose is ideal. It’s not very aerobic, so the sex can go on for a long time without either of you tiring out.

4. On Top of the World:

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Woman-on-top tends to be a go-to for achieving orgasm, and for good reason. It allows you to dictate the pace and depth of thrusting, but mainly, you have easy access to your clitoris. You can touch it, have him touch it, or rub against his pubic bone to achieve orgasm. But you can up the ante by literally pulling a 180. Twist around so you’re pointed toward his feet in reverse cowgirl position. Instead of straddling him, put your legs together, feet flat between his legs.

 

 

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How to get rid of Vaginal Odors!


Every female has a natural vaginal scent that can change throughout her menstrual cycle. A strong odor however, can be a sign of an infection, particularly if she is sexually active. Certain sexually transmitted infections (STI’s) such as trichomoniasis can cause a different odor. Unusual vaginal odor happens from time to time. Even when you’re taking good care of your body and your vagina, you may experience unfamiliar smells.

Not all vaginal odors are caused by an infection, however there are ways to get rid of vaginal odors.

1. Practice good hygiene: Clean the outside of your vagina regularly with a washcloth and mild soap. Loofahs may cause small tears and expose the area to possible infection. Cleansing will wash away dead skin, sweat, and dirt. Don’t use perfumed soaps or body washes. The scents and chemicals may upset your vagina’s natural pH. Bar soaps may be gentler than body wash.

2. Use only exterior deodorizing products: If you want to use any sprays or perfumes, only use them on the outside of your vagina. Don’t insert them. They can upset your natural chemistry and lead to bigger problems.

3. Change your underwear: If you normally wear satin, silk, or polyester panties, make the switch to 100 percent cotton. Cotton is breathable and does an excellent job wicking away sweat and fluids from your body. Excess moisture can upset your natural bacteria levels.

4. Consider a pH product: Over-the-counter (OTC) products may be helpful for restoring your vagina’s natural pH. If you try one and the odor remains or grows worse, make an appointment with your doctor. You may need to use a different product or look for a stronger prescription alternative.

5. Try essential oils: This treatment has very little medical research to support it, but anecdotal evidence suggests tea tree oil, a type of essential oil, helps eliminate vaginal odor. This essential oil has natural antimicrobial and antifungal properties, which may help reduce and eliminate bacteria. First, mix a few drops of tea tree oil with water. Then, apply a drop or two to the outside of your vagina. Repeat this for three to five days. If symptoms don’t improve or worsen, discontinue use.

6. Soak in vinegar: Frequent hot baths and hot showers can upset your natural pH, but one type of bath may be useful. Pour a cup or two of apple cider vinegar into a warm bath and soak for 20 minutes. Vinegar may naturally reduce bacteria.

7. Prescription treatments: Prescription treatments can help eliminate underlying causes that are contributing to the odor. If your home or OTC treatments aren’t successful, it may be time to seek treatment from your doctor.

If your vaginal odor doesn’t go away, make an appointment with your health care provider and get checked out. There is treatment available.

How to Love Your Body!

“Your body is precious. It is our vehicle for awakening. Treat it with care.” ~Buddha


Our body orchestrates an infinite number of functions all day long, almost entirely below the level of our conscious awareness.

While our body is a miracle of self-regulation, we are much more likely to enjoy health and happiness when we nurture it with love and attention, tuning into what we really need and making choices that nourish our physical, emotional, and spiritual well being.

In the practice of self-care, the healing tradition known as Ayurveda offers practical tools and guidance that will help you connect to your body’s wisdom as you expand your experience of health, self-compassion, and peace of mind.

Here are are few foundation practices that you can begin to use in your daily self-care routine.

1. Change your approach to exercise: A University of South Florida study from the November 2010 issue of the journal Sex Roles found that people with a distorted body image often work out because they feel like they must. If exercise feels more like a have-to than a want-to, it’s time to revamp your regimen. Try different kinds of exercise to find the ones you enjoy doing.

2. Let others feed your spirit: “When people compliment you, do you brush it off?” asks Dr. Zeckhausen. “Doing so is like throwing away medicine and wondering why you still feel sick.” If you focus on negative thoughts about your body but won’t let the positive feedback in, you’re bound to feel bad about yourself. She suggests thanking others for their kind words, and advises that you “try to view yourself through the eyes of those who love you.”

3. Stop the negative self-talk: “Too often we normalize our body hatred by letting unkind words pass our lips about ourselves without a thought,” explains Rosie Molinary, author of Beautiful You: A Daily Guide to Radical Self-Acceptance. “We should catch and correct ourselves because our whole lives are affected by how we think and speak about our bodies.” Her advice: Deposit a quarter into a designated container each time you criticize your body, and “watch your self-awareness soar and your habits change. When you’ve collected enough money, treat yourself to a gift or donate it. We can all change our language—and our minds.”

4. Dress your personal best: We often hang onto clothes from when we were thinner so we’ll be inspired to one day fit into them again. But Dr. Zeckhausen says, “Instead of keeping skinny clothes as ‘thinspiration,’ donate too-tight or outdated items. Buy clothes that fit your body now so you are less self-conscious. You deserve to feel pretty at your current weight.

Do make your peace with your looks and embrace your shape!

Can Role Playing Lead to a more Satisfying Relationship?!


Role playing is not just sexy: It increases your confidence outside the bedroom.

We love our partners, but let’s face it, after a while we start having fantasies of being a naughty nurse, or hunky firefighter. Sometimes we just want more excitement between the sheets-and role playing can do just that.
Why role playing can benefit your relationship:

1. It builds a greater connection between partners. Lovers who talk to each other about their fantasies, feelings, and desires ultimately have stronger relationships. Because they know they’re with someone they can trust and who validates them. 

2. It increases confidence outside the bedroom. No one has to know you were a doctor last night rescuing a very sick patient who was amazingly grateful for your, ahem, services. But you can certainly carry that confidence boost with you the next day.

3. It keeps things exciting and refreshes stale relationships. We all get into sexual ruts, life is busy, and it’s easy to do the “same old, same old” to fulfill our needs. But the anticipation of something new in the bedroom will certainly push you to make time. Before assuming your relationship is over, put role play on the agenda. Seeing your sweetie in a new light can turn things around quickly.

4. It reduces inhibitions. Maybe your partner has been interested in a new position, but as her everyday self, is afraid to try it. The ability to role play as someone else in the bedroom can make it possible. And, once your partner sees that they can accomplish it, it may be on the sexual menu more often.

Why People Cheat?

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Infidelity or extramarital affairs have been extensively studied over the past two decades.

Let’s start to answer by considering three primary types of reasons for cheating.

1. Individual Reasons. The phrase “once a cheater, always a cheater” refers to individual reasons for cheating – qualities about the person that make him or her more prone to commit infidelity. Researchers have identified a variety of individual risk factors, including:* Gender: Men are more likely than women to commit infidelity, largely because men have more testosterone, which is responsible for the strong desire to have sex.

* Personality: Those who have less conscientious and less agreeable personalities are more likely than people high on these traits to commit infidelity.

2. Relationship Reasons. People also cheat because of relationship reasons – characteristics about their relationship itself that are unsatisfying. For these people, becoming involved in a well-matched partnership diminishes or eliminates their desire to cheat.

3. Situational Reasons. Others cheat because of the situation: A person might not have a personality prone to cheating, and might be in a perfectly happy relationship, but something about their environment puts them at risk for infidelity. Some situations are more tempting than others. Spending time in settings with many attractive people can make cheating more likely. The nature of a person’s employment is also related to infidelity – individuals whose work involves touching other people, having personal discussions, or a great deal of one-on-one time are more likely to have an affair.

How Relationships Benefit From Sex Toys!

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Sex toys can add a whole new dimension to your relationship and make your bond that much stronger, believe it or not.

Better Sex: What couple doesn’t crave even more enjoyable sex!? Sex toys help couples to spice things up and have a variety of exciting experiences in the bedroom. If your sexual attitude is playful, then your sexual relationship will be more satisfying.

Extra Orgasms: Did you know that about 75 percent of women can’t reach orgasm through penetrative sex and nearly 50 percent have faked the “Big O” at least once? If you use sex toys, your chances of reaching an orgasm increase dramatically. Most women need clitoral stimulation to orgasm. That’s why sex toys (vibrators especially) are an excellent way to help you climax. And clearly, the best sex includes an orgasm for each partner, right?

No Pressure: A lot of men may feel replaced and inadequate when sex toys are used in the bedroom; however, others feel that the pressure is off them to perform. This can definitely enhance your relationship. Go slowly.

Intimacy Benefits: Many women hate their bodies, which can sometimes cause intimacy issues. Using sex toys during mutual masturbation or sex can reduce the anxiety of being naked and help create more intimacy. If your partner isn’t feeling it, allow rejection of a sexual aid or sex toy, but don’t give up. Let the person rejecting the sexual aid or toy feel that they have power in their rejection. And do be prepared to drop the idea altogether. Don’t be afraid to bring it up again in a couple of weeks in a different way as a possibility though.

Sexual Disorders!

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Sex and human sexuality are a core part of being human, so it’s natural to wonder about sex in all of its different forms. Sexual disorders are like people — they come in all different kinds of shapes and sizes. A sexual disorder doesn’t mean something is “wrong” with you. It only means that you’re experiencing the kind of issue that can suddenly affect anyone, at any time in their lives, for any reason or no reason whatsoever. While many sexual issues can be traced back to a physical problem or a sudden change in one’s life circumstances, many sexual disorders’ causes are not well-known or understood.
One of the most common sexual dysfunctions, erectile dysfunction, is readily treated with medications. There are three drugs approved by the FDA to treat erectile dysfunction: Cialis, Levitra, and Viagra.

For other sexual disorders and concerns, psychotherapy is usually the best option. You should look for a therapist who specializes or is well-experienced in sex therapy, specific type of psychotherapy that is focused on helping a person or couple with their sexual issues.

Psychotherapy is nonjudgmental. A professional therapist is there to help you address the sexual concern is a safe and supportive environment.