There is something about penis enhancement pills that just seems taboo. Almost like diet pills. You don’t want to admit to taking them because well they’re not healthy for you, and well, they’re simply for your appearance and nothing else, except your self esteem. At the spritely young age of 19, I never thought I would come in contact with penis enhancement pills, unless it was a commercial for viagra, in which I simply giggled and say “thank goodness my man doesn’t need that”. Then I met him.
I was dating a guy who was on the Football team in college. He had a body that looked like it was straight out of Playgirl, big blue eyes and a sweet personality; not to mention he was a country boy, accent and all, the only thing missing was a pair of overalls and cowboy hat. I thought, could he get any hotter? While I hate to admit he wasn’t the sharpest knife in the drawer, he was fun for the time being. We were dating for about a month and decided to have sex. He wasn’t the greatest kisser, but when I saw what he was packing that did not matter. Let me tell you about his penis … Keep reading »
Living a healthy lifestyle is imperative for a long and happy life. If you work out your off to a good start, but being in good shape is not only beneficial to your health; it is now beneficial to your vagina. That’s right, you read correctly. Not only can you now get a personal trainer to get your body into shape, you can get a personal trainer to get your vagina into shape. Your vagina can be worked out, and in doing so you can improve your love muscles and your sex life. After the jump, read more about how you can improve your vaginal muscles.
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When it comes to sex, we here at The Frisky believe that if it works for you, who are we to judge? Maybe you’ve got a thing for truckers. Perhaps you are abstinent. Whatever your sexual proclivity is, more power to you. That’s why when we came across this layout from Cosmo starring James Van Der Beek as a doctor feeling up a model patient on the table, we thought, Hey, why not? (Actually, we blocked out that it was Van Der Beek, seeing as he doesn’t exactly float our boat, a task that was made easier by virtue of the fact that he was thoroughly facially Photoshopped.) The ladies at The Cut didn’t like the pictorial so much, though. They deemed it “awkward” and opined “the idea of a doctor just taking his patient from the operating table doesn’t appeal to us, nor does the ending of this spread, in which the Beek and his love interest get wild in the room containing all the medical records.” Hospitals, they concluded, should be “sex-free.” True! But aren’t fashion editorials pure fantasy, and isn’t this simply an exploration of a fantasy that some of us have surely had, of being seduced by a doctor? We don’t think it’s too bad, so long as you don’t take it literally. What do you think? [The Cut] Keep reading »
After the birth of our first child, my libido plummeted. Things went from bad to worse in my relationship, and my husband was accusing me of abandoning him. So I made a sex agreement: Twice a week, I’d do it, whether I felt like it or not. Read more … Keep reading »
Compared to the penis — that swollen, attention-grabbing flesh-bully — the testicles can seem downright unassuming. But despite their less showy nature, those two hairy globes still hold great potential for pleasure … and pain. Watch Asylum’s token girl explain the woman’s perspective on your family jewels, and find out what they have to do with ’80s cartoons. Read more … Keep reading »
If women had to count the amount of times a guy has complained about getting blue balls, we’d run out of fingers and toes to count with. Men always use the blue ball excuse to try to make us feel bad about their sexual frustration and discomfort and to convince us to use our magical ways to fix it. Well, ladies, medical science has proven that women get a similar painful feeling when we don’t get to finish properly either. There is nothing worse then being close to climaxing and losing it; just because we don’t physically ejaculate (well, much) doesn’t mean we don’t get pink balls. Keep reading »
Got sex questions you just can’t ask anyone else? Not sure who to turn to for your bedroom issues? Longing to get help with your intimate sex problems? We here at The Frisky are super happy to introduce our new sex column: “Sex with Steph.” Sex columnist Steph Auteri will be answering reader questions on all things sex-related, from safe sex to self-pleasuring, relationship sex to married sex, and all things vagina and penis related. We like to think of her as our sexpert next door. You may have read her already in Time Out New York or Playgirl or on Lemondrop or here. She’s an assistant editor at one of our favorite sites, YourTango, where she focuses on relationships and love. When it comes to sex, you can talk to Steph about anything. Chances are her sex life is way more embarrassing. Email her your sex questions at firstname.lastname@example.org. Keep reading »