The perception of sado-masochism of BDSM as a perversion is long gone. Modern medicine recognizes sado-masochism as a full-fledged type of sexual expression of a healthy person, naturally, only when partners enter into such relationships solely by mutual consent.
By sado-masochistic paraphernalia refers to devices for binding and flagellation. Their assortment is diverse: handcuffs, gags, belts, fixings, collars, masks, small and large lashes, soft and hard. Materials for the manufacture of this type of product are: leather, nylon, metal, imitation leather and latex.
In general, devices for binding and scourging are intended for people who like the aggressiveness of BDSM and BDSM, for those who simply do not have enough adrenaline in their blood.
Psychologists have shown that each person is more or less prone to violence or submission. It is the sexual games, with the use of one or sadomasochistic paraphernalia, allow implementing these tendencies in a safe manner. …
When you’re close to orgasm, there’s nothing worse than a ringing phone or a crying kid in the next room or an awkward sex position abruptly ruining the moment. Suddenly sliding away from that peak is disappointing, to say the least. That’s doubly true for women, many of whom find it much harder to achieve orgasm during penetrative sex. In fact, according to a recent survey, only 65 percent of heterosexual women consistently reach the pinnacle of pleasure during sex.
So what can you do to help her reach that peak? Help her relax, says sex therapist Ian Kerner, Ph.D. “Studies show that in order for a woman to achieve orgasm, the part of her brain associated with stress, emotion, and anxiety has to shut down,” he says. Translation: if you make a woman feel so good that she completely forgets about everything else, then you’re highly likely to give …
What is orgasmic dysfunction?
Orgasmic dysfunction is a condition that occurs when someone has difficulty reaching orgasm. This difficulty occurs even when they’re sexually aroused and there’s sufficient sexual stimulation. When this condition occurs in women, it’s known as female orgasmic dysfunction. Men can also experience orgasmic dysfunction, but this is much less common.
Orgasms are intense feelings of release during sexual stimulation. They can vary in intensity, duration, and frequency. Orgasms can occur with little sexual stimulation, but sometimes much more stimulation is necessary.
Many women have difficulty reaching orgasm with a partner, even after ample sexual stimulation. Studies suggest orgasmic dysfunction affects 11 to 41 percent of women.
Orgasmic dysfunction is also known as anorgasmia or female orgasmic disorder.
What causes orgasmic dysfunction?
It can be difficult to determine the underlying cause of orgasmic dysfunction. Women may have difficulty reaching orgasm due to physical, emotional, or psychological factors. …
If you are still searching for the right ingredients to constitute a ‘sex-friendly’ platter, here’s a low down on foods that facilitate the Big O!
Climaxing issues keeping you off sex? Hitting the so-called ‘Big O’ remains a dream for you? Well, a major reason for your poor sexual prowess can be what lies on your platter.
Nutritionist, Ishi Khosla explains, “Everything that can be summed up as good sex depends to a great extent on your body’s blood circulation, which is made or marred by the food that you consume. Food that facilitates the proper pumping of blood in the body adds to your sexual prowess.”
So, if you are still searching for the right ingredients to constitute a ‘sex-friendly’ platter, here’s the low down on foods that facilitate the Big O!
1. Go green
And you thought, Popeye, the sailor man gulped cans of cans of spinach just …
Many men believe that one goal of lovemaking is to “give” women earth-shattering orgasms. But orgasm is something no one “gives.” Orgasms are like laughter. Comedians might be funny, but they don’t “make” us laugh. We release laughter from deep within ourselves when conditions feel right. Rather than “giving” women orgasms, men should focus on what allows women to have them. These suggestions increase her likelihood of happy endings:
(1) Don’t expect her to have orgasms during intercourse. On TV and in movies and pornography, women always seem to have orgasms during intercourse. That’s much more fantasy than reality. In real sex, only about one-quarter of women are consistently orgasmic during intercourse. The old in-and-out can be great fun, but it brings only a minority of women to orgasm. Three-quarters of women need direct stimulation of the clitoris.
The clitoris is the little nub of tissue that sits outside …