As invigorating as it can be to change things up in the bedroom, sometimes playing it safe can be a bigger boon for sexual intimacy.
Diabetes can present some distinct obstacles to enjoying a healthy sex life.
What if your bedroom blues aren’t caused by vaginal dryness or an overly taxing schedule?
A recent study published in the journal Depression and Anxiety shed light on the potential bedroom-warming effects of working out for women who take antidepressants.
In theory, your bed should be the place where you lay your weary head after a long day of work – or whip out the sexual lubricants for some one-on-one time with your partner. H
Ever wonder what it is about kissing that still gets you so worked up, even after years with your partner?
The Daily Mail reported the results of a survey conducted by Sanctuary Spa, which found that nearly 20 percent of women slept better (and longer) after some fun between the sheets.
If movies and TV shows are to be believed, women are at their sexual prime in their 20s and, by some depictions, even their teens.
When you’re in a committed relationship, it’s common to find yourself gravitating toward other couples.
While some ladies seem to have no problem reaching climax between the sheets, the big finish can be much more elusive for others.