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Do you know what’s the largest sex organ of our bodies?

Tactile stimulation of your skin leads to wake up to its own sensuality. As a result, two people (giver & receiver) can connect in a deeper level through the most intimate of all human exchange, “The Touch”. That been said, the SKIN is the largest sex organ of our bodies. Even a


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Did you know that…you have an orgasm from anal sex?

The anus — the opening between your buttocks — can be a very sensitive area. Not only is it full of nerve endings, but it’s close to the genitals. Some people, men and women, do have orgasms if that opening is penetrated or stimulated. But most people still need some


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GREAT SEX is much more than just intercourse..!

  Great sex is all about fully exploring our bodies, gently caressing, loving, teasing, and playing, engaging into intellectual sex, unleashing our inner sensuality and taking the time to simply enjoy the process of touching for pleasure, rather than quickly reaching for the genitals and putting “orgasm” as the only goal.


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Q&A: My partner masturbates. Does that mean our sex life isn’t that great?

   The answer is FALSE. Your partner masturbates. So what? It doesn’t mean there’s anything wrong with you or your sex life. It just means your partner’s human. In fact, 91% of men under age 70 have masturbated and 76% of women — and likely many more. Plus look at


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TIP OF THE WEEK: Ladies don’t fake orgasms

  It might seem very kind of you to fake an orgasm to make your partner feel better. However, you might want to consider the following three important facts.   1) You are lying. Lies are never good and can actually lead to damage trust boundaries with your partner.  


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DID YOU KNOW THAT a penis can break?

  There is no “penis bone,” but you can tear the tunica albuginea, which is a fibrous sheath that is stretched during an erection. This is called a “penile fracture,” and it most commonly occurs during sexual activity. Treatment most often involves surgery. Fortunately, penile fractures are rare.   Stay


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Kegel Exercises for Women and Men

Did you know that Kegel Exercises are great for both Women and Men? Believe it or not, contracting and relaxing the PC muscle is an excellent exercise for men and women who have difficulty with orgasms. Other than an excellent method for controlling incontinence in women after childbirth, researchers have


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Oral Sex

Oral sex is one of the most sensual of all love play, capable of producing sensations that far surpass the pleasures of intercourse alone. In fact, learning how to orally please your partner allows you to share deeper intimacy, and experience new heightened pleasures. Watch “The Better Sex Guide to


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Most Frequent Male Sexual Dysfunction

Premature ejaculation is the most frequently self-reported male sexual dysfunction, occurring in about 20% to 30% in men of all ages. “Premature” is a subjective term, but most experts consider ejaculation to be “premature” if it happens within one or two minutes of vaginal penetration.


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Facts about Love:

When we get dumped, for a period of time we love the person who rejected us even more, says Dr. Helen Fisher of Rutgers University and author of Why We Love. The brain regions that lit up when we were in a happy union continue to be active.


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  • Contributors:

    • Dr. Carol Clark,

      Board Certified Sex Therapist and Addictions Counselor, President and Senior Instructor at the Sex Therapy Training Institute


    • Ileana Calderon,

      Certified Sexologist, Relationship Coach and Sex Health Educator


    • Dr. Harold Reed,

      Diplomat of the American Board of Urology, and Surgeon specialized on sex change surgical procedures.


    • Marilyn Volker,

      Diplomat of the American Board of Sexology and an Associate Fellow of The American Academy of Clinical Sexologists.


    • Beth Levy Merlin,

      Sex Therapist


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