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Is My Vagina Too Big?

I hear cosmetic surgery advertisements all the time on the radio: breast enhancements, tummy tucks, liposuction, and vaginal rejuvenation.

Okay, the first three are obvious. But that fourth one? Vaginal rejuvenation? Does my vagina need to be made young again? I didn’t know it was old.

Actually, vaginal rejuvenation surgery is supposed to counteract the stretching effect that giving birth has on your vagina. The more children you give birth to, the more stretched out it gets. And it never returns to its original size. Read more Keep reading »

At The Boys’ Club: Do Women Always Want Foreplay?

Our friends over at AskMen say, contrary to popular belief, women don’t always want foreplay.

We know that every advice column has attempted to drill into men’s heads that the No. 1 thing women want in bed is foreplay, foreplay, foreplay. But AskMen is going to contradict those teachings. Believe it or not, there are occasions when a woman doesn’t need the big build-up and wants to get straight to the main event. These are the times when the requisite foreplay can be skipped because she’s ready to get down to business immediately.

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At The Boys’ Club: How Can You Tell If A Porn Star Is Faking It?

The crack team of dudes over at Asylum wanted to know how they can tell if a porn star is really having an orgasm or just faking it. So, they decided to investigate.

“The female orgasm is an elusive creature. Sometimes you’re able to see it and identify it clearly. Other times, it’s seemingly an apparition — like the Loch Ness Monster or Bigfoot of female bodily functions.

We tapped porn stars Kayden Kross, Katsuni, Jesse Jane, Joanna Angel, Riley Steele, Asa Akira, and Sophie Dee to learn how professionals pull off this climactic trickery.”

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Ask The Astrosexologist: “How Do I Reignite The Fire With My Aquarius Husband?”

I’m a Scorpio (11/3/79) and my husband is Aquarius (2/19/76). Even though our sex life was never fireworks, crazy monkeys swinging from the ceilings, we were at least consistent. Today, we are not. I love having sex, all kinds. I brought my fire to him and he seemed to get into parts of it. I brought out his inner grrrrrr when we were dating and we’d have fun having sex all over. We got married after dating for six months and now he doesn’t suggest anything. I don’t get a look, a touch, a hint or anything. One big problem is that I’ve never had to make the moves. I’ve always been pursued and I love it! I am more than willing to reciprocate and show the love, but getting there is another issue. I think about it all the time, but I’m not in the mood or get horny just sitting there. I’ve mentioned this to him before and asked if he doesn’t find me attractive or what … I cry thinking about all the amazing sex I’ve had and how it was always waiting for me. Now, I feel horrible about myself that I have to even ask for my husband to want to touch me. I’m 5’10 and a size 6. I’ve stayed beautiful for him, but on the inside I feel like dying. Help me! — Horny

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Sex With Steph: It Hurts When I Have Sex

I’ll get right to it: I seem to be hymenally/orgasmically challenged, and I’m wondering if you can shed any enlightenment on what goes on for me. I enjoy all the sexy activities and play time, but I rarely am able to achieve orgasm. I don’t receive any stimulation from my clitoris being touched or vibrated against, there’s a little sensation when firm pressure is applied, but that’s about it. So masturbation and oral sex are sort of a dud for me. Intercourse seems to be the only way I receive pleasure, and from what I’ve deduced it’s my G-spot that’s liking the attention. However, the more intense the stimulation tends to be, it also feels oddly painful at the same time internally (sort of like cramps or a tummy ache) so most of the time I can’t climax because of the discomfort. My gynecologist has always assured me she doesn’t see anything wrong “down there” so I’m not worried about that. I’m pretty open about my sex life with my friends. None of them have ever experienced anything like this, and I’ve never read about anything like this before. Is this a common problem for some women? Am I alone here? Would love some feedback if you have it.

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How To Communicate What You Want In The Bedroom

Getting what you want out of your sex life can be extraordinarily difficult for the simple reason that there’s another human being involved (usually). Not many of us are gifted communicators, much less communicators of sexual wants and desires, who can be inoffensive and still get what we want; however, there are a few basic rules of expressing yourself sexually that you could all do with learning. Read more Keep reading »

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