Reclaim your sexual power by finding new ways to move and get comfortable in your body. Experts say dopamine and other chemicals in the brain are directly linked to physical attraction and romantic passion, which is why bonding over a new activity together could help spark arousal. A online research survey on 1, men and women ages showed that men and women have wildly different sexual expectations. These expectations are unlikely to change overnight, so couples must communicate their likes and dislikes in bed in order to have a mutually pleasurable experience. Finding a one-night sex class is as easy as hopping on Eventbrite or Facebook. Couples can learn about new sex positions, techniques, and toys and props for sex play, in a learning environment that is fun — not intimidating.
There comes in a time in any relationship, regardless of how happy you both are , that the sex component can take a dip —whether it's hormonal, stress-related, or you've just been with the same partner for so long that no amount of pillow talk or date nights will make you want to get intimate. But when things get a bit monotonous in the boudoir, it is possible to spice things up. We put together a list of expert—and reader-approved—sex tips that people say have helped them spice things up. As Nelly says, "It's gettin' hot in herre, so take off all your clothes
Some things in life are better on repeat: Friends , perfectly sunny beach days, your trusty manicure. Your sexcapades, though? Definitely not one of them.
Sex is purely a hormonal act, whereas love, as expressed in a hug, brings true intimacy. I pore over these articles, never quite trusting their advice, but still discussing them with my girlfriends ad infinitum. But is sex really about love, about connecting with your partner in some mysterious, profound way?