Kissing, rubbing, stroking, and/or touching that leads to sex. Foreplay can prolong and/or increase sexual excitement and pleasure.
- How Sex Changes After Pregnancy & What You Can Do About ItWhat will change with a woman regarding her post-labor sexuality? Research on breastfeeding and sexuality has been taboo in the past, but, thankfully, this is changing.
- Stop Faking Your OrgasmSex is about exploration, intimacy, being vulnerable, getting in tune with your body, and enjoying yourself at the moment.
- Sex isn't all about Penetration: Close the Orgasm GapFrom a heteronormative point of view, the first thing that comes to mind when the word sex is mentioned isn't foreplay or oral sex, rather, it's straight up penis penetrating a vagina. Limiting is an understatement.
- The Difference Between Vaginal Moisturizer and LubeA vaginal moisturizer is a great option for women who are experiencing ongoing discomfort due to vaginal dryness or are experiencing painful intercourse and looking for the ability to be more spontaneous without the associated pain or discomfort. Unlike a vaginal lubricant, a vaginal moisturizer can be applied regularly and should be applied at least 2 hours prior to sex, rather than right before as you would with a lubricant. A vaginal moisturizer aims to replenish vaginal moisture and relieve ongoing discomfort experienced with vaginal dryness.
- Breast Practices: Pleasure, Health, and MoreNipple stimulation can mimic the same action and chemical response in the brain that's caused by genital stimulation.
Co- Founder of Psych n Sex, previous writer and campus educator for the Kinsey Institute & published psychology researcher. Manhattan girl obsessed with post ww2 abstract expressionism, beet juice, vintage clothing & Scandinavia.