Haven’t had sex in multiple forevers? Ryan O’Connell comes to your rescue. Also: the politics of first dates, and when to say “I love you.”
If the only thing that turns you on more than sex is money, then we have a couple of things you’ll need to add to your personal erotica collection.
Women tend to experience desire after they’ve already started fooling around, while men experience “spontaneous desire.” This difference can create the appearance that male desire is stronger, when that’s not necessarily the case.
People who want to get their green freak on don’t need to wait – there are plenty of companies out there who are making eco-friendly products for the bedroom.
A specific accomplishment can act as a springboard for other seemingly-unrelated accomplishments. Let’s call this the “Wow, Look at What I Did; I Wonder What Else I Can Do” model.
In this week’s “Call Your Boyfriend” column, Ryan O’Connell shares his Foolproof Sex Mix, and addresses a question about a particular kind of job. (Very particular.)
There’s a much deeper, and darker look at what’s really going on in the heads of men. As a doctor who has spent decades treating men for every type of sexual dysfunction, Dr. Morgentaler is perhaps the best source on this topic.
Here are a few reasons why the sex you’re having — no matter the quantity or kinkiness quotient — should already be making you happy.