Saturday, February 27, 2016

3 Common Myths about the Female Orgasm

The female orgasm is a phenomenon misunderstood by most men and even by women, themselves. While there are false ideas regarding male orgasm, I’m going to focus more on the mysteries surrounding female orgasm. Let me share with you three of the most common myths about the female orgasm:

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

5 Ways to Enhance Sexual Intercourse

Although foreplay of various types can be very pleasurable and even orgasmic, when it comes to sexual activity, intercourse is considered the "main event" by most couples. Not all couples are not getting as much out of as they could, though. With a few simple "hacks," sexual intercourse can be more fun, exciting, and pleasurable for both partners. Here are five simple ways to enhance sexual intercourse.

Saturday, February 20, 2016

Eding and Ballooning: Two Exercises to Help Cure Premature Ejaculation

Premature ejaculation is a condition from which millions of men worldwide have suffered, but it's a condition that is highly curable. In cases where the premature ejaculation is severe, it is highly advisable to see a medical professional. However, for milder cases, premature ejaculation exercises may help or reverse the condition. Premature ejaculation exercises can help you build stamina and learn control. Edging and ballooning are two premature ejaculation exercises that will help you strengthen your penis and improve your staying power during sex.

Thursday, February 18, 2016

How to Enjoy Sex Even When You Cannot Have Intercourse

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

Two Tantric Techniques for Ejaculatory Control

According to studies, around 70 percent of women do not reach an orgasm during intercourse. Why? One reason may be that the man does not know how to properly stimulate her, so she never really becomes aroused enough to climax. Another reason is that he ejaculates before she has time to to reach climax. Two Tantric techniques for ejaculatory control will allow you to last long enough for her to climax. Use masturbation to practice these exercises before trying them with your partner. It will take most men several sessions to master each one. Even the most sympathetic wife or girlfriend will get tired of being used for "training."

Saturday, February 6, 2016

5 Yoga Moves That Can Improve Your Sex Life

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

Thursday, February 4, 2016

Exercise for Ejaculatory Control

Premature ejaculation can be defined as having an orgasm any time before you would like to. Since male orgasm originates in the prostate, ejaculation control starts with learning how to contract the prostate by contracting your pubococcygeus (PC) muscle. The PC muscle serves as a valve around the genitalia, which you have to learn how to open and contract. Your PC muscle is the same muscle that you use to stop the flow of urine. A Tantric exercise called fractional urination uses your ability to control your urinary flow to strengthen you PC muscle enough to control your ejaculation.

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

How to Achieve Male Multiple Orgasm

Most people are aware that women are capable of having multiple orgasms, but far fewer seem to know that it’s possible for men to have them as well. The principle behind this is that ejaculation and orgasm are not the same thing. There is a difference between the pleasurable sensations of the orgasm and the physical event of ejaculation. In essence, you can have an orgasm without ejaculating, and you can ejaculate without having an orgasm.The trick is distinguishing between the two and learning to control both. To start with, you need to develop your sexual strength.