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27
Mar


Most people in long-term relationships agree to be sexually exclusive. And then there are swingers.

When couples get sexually involved with other couples, it’s known as “swinging.” While this may sound like something out of the 60s or a thing the Californians cooked up, statistics say otherwise.

There are some 5 million Americans involved in swinging, in every part of the country and every age group. There are swingers’ clubs, magazines, conventions, even cruises. If you and your mate want to swing, you can find playmates easier than you might think.

“If” — is the key question. So how do you and your mate decide if swinging is a good idea for you?

Swinging is an adventure that can have both thrilling payoffs and terrible consequences. Swinging is not something people should get into if they’re angry at each other, or their relationship is dying. And while swinging may make life more enjoyable, it won’t make it simpler. The swinging life is more complicated, with more relationships to manage, more emotions to process, and more decisions to consider.

That said, most swingers are pretty enthusiastic. In addition to the obvious charm of having additional sex partners, many couples report that knowing about or seeing their partner having sex with others revs up the sexual energy within the couple. Sex therapists agree that’s something a lot of people are looking for.

To navigate the complexities of swinging, couples need trust, communication skills, genuine affection for each other, and a sense of humor. If you have plenty of each, you can consider moving forward.

Fantasize about your mate being sexual with someone in the next room; if you have to grit your teeth, forget it. But if that seems exciting, imagine and talk about it while you’re making love together: “and he’d be kissing your breasts, wouldn’t he, and I bet you’d be loving that, wouldn’t you…” If, and only if, this heats you both up, you can consider proceeding.

Most of all, you have to be really good at predicting your reaction to things. After all, you can stop swinging if you don’t like it. Forgetting what you’ve seen or felt, however, is a lot harder.

More on swinging:

  • Some couples go to swing clubs and only have sex with each other, enjoying the voyeurism and exhibitionism.
  • STD rates are lower among swingers than in the general population.

Spice it up without swinging:

  • Get the buzz on adult toys.
  • Catch some porn.
  • Try some erotic role-playing.
  • Lubricants: a lover’s best friend.
More on swinging:
Some couples go to swing clubs and only have sex with each other, enjoying the voyeurism and exhibitionism.
STD rates are lower among swingers than in the general population.

 

Spice it up without swinging:
Get the buzz on adult toys.
Catch some porn.
Try some erotic role-playing.
Lubricants: a lover’s best friend.

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10
Mar


9dd7940a5aa42ed016239810e7bb4be1 How To Find The Clitoris

How To Find The Clitoris

The clitoris the only sex organ on the human body that serves only the purpose of pleasure.   It is small, almost like a peanut, and it’s located on the outside of the vagina at the top of the vaginal lips.  The clitoris is usually hidden under a small hood of skin, except for when the female is sexually aroused, in which case the clitoris enlarges and pushes itself free of this skin.

What does it do?

Well the clitoris is the most likely place that, when stimulated, will cause a woman to reach orgasm.  It is usually easier to achieve a clitoral orgasm as opposed to a G-Spot orgasm; this is particularly so in younger women, whose vaginal wall is thicker, thus making the G-Spot area less sensitive.

How to Stimulate the Clitoris

There are several ways in which the clitoris can be stimulated in order to achieve orgasm, and it’s usually best to try them all and see which ones suit you best.  Most women like all of the below:

  • Clitoral stimulation with the finger (or fingers) – A mixture of soft and hard pressure will do the trick here.
  • Clitoral stimulation with the tongue (or cunnilingus) -  Get your partner to stimulate your clitoris with his or her tongue.  This is often best done with just the tip of the tongue, but greater pressure is often welcomed as the orgasm approaches.
  • Clitoral stimulation with the penis -  If you can get your partner to hold off inserting his penis all the way into you then it might be nice for him to gently rub the end of it on your clitoris to increase the sexual intensity and pleasure for both of you.  He can also stimulate you better during intercourse if you both find a position where you can get pressure on your clitoris.

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9
Mar


7aefb5721bc1a22d8db8e2267b9ca6ec What is the Male G Spot

The male G-Spot is similar in many ways to the female G-Spot, in that it can provide intense sexual pleasure. Well essentially the male G-Spot is the prostate. That can be very surprising for many men considering that most of the time you hear about the prostate it’s usually something to do with cancer or erectile dysfunction. However it is one of the most sensitive sexual places on a man’s body.

Where is it?

Well the male G-Spot can only be located by entrance to the anus, and the best way to go about this is as follows. The follow guidelines are for a man wanting to find his own G-Spot or his partner wishing to do this for him.

  • Position yourself on your back and try to raise your bottom off the floor by using pillows or perhaps putting your feet against the wall behind the bed.
  • Gently massage the area around the anus in order to relax everything and to become comfortable with the situation; this is especially important if a partner is involved.
  • Apply some lubricant to the finger and rub gently increase the pressure over the surface of the anus. When everyone is comfortable to begin, things should be done slowly so as not to cause the tensing of any muscles.
  • Relax whilst the finger is inserted and before long you will find a small bump about two inches into the anal passage; this is the G-Spot.

To Stimulate the G-Spot

In order to stimulate the male G-Spot it is important to have a good supply of lubricant; particularly the type designed for this sort of sexual play.

  • To begin with, keep things simple. Use only a finger with lots of lubricant. After you’ve done it a few times you may want to get a specific sex toy.
  • Follow the same steps as you did to locate the G-Spot but try different pressure and different speed (ensuring you have plenty of anal specific lubricant). Each man will enjoy his G-Spot stimulated in a very different way, and sometimes in a variety of ways.
  • Stay relaxed throughout and the pleasure will be more intense.

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