What would you do if the greatest gift in life suddenly became your worst nightmare?
Cara Anaya, 30, lives in Arizona with her husband Tony Carlisi and their 10-year-old son Merrick, but her life is anything but normal. Cara suffers from Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder (PGAD), a condition that causes frequent and consistent orgasms. The condition, which can cause Cara to suffer up to 180 orgasms in just two hours, first started three years ago when she was grocery shopping and everything that she saw, smelled and touched made her sexually aroused. She immediately fell down, began having multiple orgasms on the floor and eventually made it home— but the orgasms didn’t stop.
Cara’s condition has become severe, to the point where she can have several orgasms in a minute, leaving her very little control over her body. Cara told Barcroft Media that she’s learning to hide her arousal by “remaining straight-faced and learning to breathe through it,” but that it’s overwhelming and preventing her from living a normal life. Keep reading »
I have a really difficult time coming during sex. I can get there, but I need to be in the right frame of mind, my brain can’t be in full-on ADD mode, and I need, like, direct and constant pressure on my clitoris. (Dudes who hope to bang me, you should probably get out a notepad and write that down.) I’m hardly the only woman who has difficulty reaching orgasm during sex or who needs a lot of clitoral stimulation — according to Planned Parenthood, 30 percent of women are in the same boat. I sometimes will break out a vibrator in the bedroom, but depending on the sexual position, it either gets in the way or I find it awkward to hold for an extended period of time. The best position for me is doggystyle (can I just say I hate that term? can we call it something else?) because it lends easy access to my bits, but with one hand busy, I’m left holding my body up with the other arm and really that’s not terribly comfy either. WHAT TO DO? Perhaps Eva is my answer. Keep reading »
Stop settling for weak ass orgasms, ladies. Women everywhere aren’t getting the most out of their sack (and solo) sessions, and now there’s a new product that can help increase the strength and length of orgasm: consider it a personal trainer for your vagina, but without the misery. YES, PLEASE. Keep reading »
Roller coasters can be a blast, as can Tilt-A-Whirls, but few amusement park attractions offer the thrills and chills of a reverse bungee jump ride called the Slingshot.
For women anyway. At least, based on viral videos that show women reacting to the sensation of the ride. Watch the video and read more on Huffington Post Weird News…
Straight ladies have Ryan Gosling. But lesbian ladies have better orgasms. Like, significantly better orgasms, according to a new study. Keep reading »
If there’s one thing we gotta be sure about when it comes to sex education textbooks, it’s that they can’t be too sexy. We wouldn’t would impressionable children getting any ideas that sex can be pleasurable, right?! Teachers and parents in Fremont, California, gave input leading to the purchase of Your Health Today, which will be used for ninth-grade classes. But other parents are griping about the book being “pornography,” cranky that the sex ed book is more appropriate for the college level thanks to drawings of anatomy and topics like birth control, foreplay and masturbation. And God forbid, it even mentions orgasms! Keep reading »