Saturday, February 27, 2016
Saturday, February 20, 2016
Thursday, February 18, 2016
Catherine Behan reveals how to keep painful sex ruining your orgasm.
The first time I tried to have sex after cancer treatment (surgery and radiation for rectal cancer), it felt like knives in my vagina. The pain shocked me. It scared both me and my husband. We never tried again. He had no awareness or concern about my pleasure.
I am not saying that lack of sex led to the end of my marriage, but it certainly didn’t help. My physical condition and my then husband’s lack of desire meant no sex for either of us.
He wasn’t interested in me sexually, period. I never cheated (it never even occurred to me). My sexuality just went dormant instead. And I went about getting divorced and living on my own. Read more
Tuesday, February 16, 2016
Saturday, February 6, 2016
Yoga has many benefits, including improving your sex life, according to Sharon Feiereisen .
Yoga can serve endless purposes — including improving your sex life — so much so, in fact, that come February 9 305 Fitness will be launching Yoga 4 Better X. The 55-minute flow will build on traditional vinyasa flow to, as the studio says, “awaken dormant internal energies, while improving strength, flexibility, and mental focus.” Inspired in equal parts by dance and yoga, the class will use a rhythmic flow to match movement with music and with breath and the “X” in the class’s name will constantly be changing (i.e., they will have classes where the “X” will be “sex” but will also be “sense,” “feel,” “body,” and “let go”). Read more