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Masturbation for women: What is masturbation?

To masturbate means to stimulate yourself in a sexual way. This can be done by hand, or with sex aids – some highly-sexed women can even do it by rubbing their thighs together. And a tiny minority of women can do it with no genital contact at all, but simply


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News about Sex Health:

Genital Herpes More Virulent in Africa Than in US, Report Finds ScienceDaily (Apr. 15, 2011) — Strains of genital herpes in Africa are far more virulent than those in the United States, researchers at Harvard Medical School report, a striking insight into a common disease with important implications for preventing


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Did you know that sexual dysfunction is defined as a sexual malfunction at any point during sexual activity that prevents a person or their partner from experiencing pleasure?

Sexual dysfunction is defined as a sexual malfunction at any point during sexual activity that prevents a person or their partner from experiencing pleasure. Sexual dysfunction challenges during sex, some of which are related to: Desire: Low or non-existent sexual desire Arousal: Inability to become physically aroused during sexual activity


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Top 10 G-Spot Facts: How to Find & Pleasure your G-Spot

The G spot has remained an elusive area of the female anatomy mainly because when it is not aroused, it is hard to find. Debates have raged and the media has cloaked the mystery of the G spot in myths. “Does the G spot exist?” “Does everyone woman have one?”


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Can I lose my virginity, if I masturbate?

Technically there is only one way to lose your virginity. That is by having sexual intercourse causing your hymen to break when a man’s penis goes deep inside your vagina and tear your hymen (unless you are lesbian and in that case it will be through a real penis replacement


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Can frequent masturbation (a few times per week) be the cause of not been able to orgasm without having my clitoris stimulated? It’s not that I don’t feel anything or enjoy what I feel, because I do. I just can’t get to that climax point.

Certainly not. This is perfectly normal. In fact, most women need clitoral stimulation in order to climax. In order for women to climax, they must have the right amount of stimulation. Otherwise, they don’t get to the highest point or peak of their sexual arousal. As a result, they can’t climax.


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What color should my semen be?

In a mature male, semen should be anywhere from a white to a very pale yellow color. However, In young men, or in men who do not produce sperm, it can be clear. A man’s semen is usually white color because of proteins. Semen is comprised of sperm cells in


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How do I make my cum taste better?

1) Honey – Low water activity and a higher sweetness than sugar means that the sweetness is more likely to translate in bodily fluids. Fructose protein makes up a great deal of semen, and honey is basically fructose. 2) Water – Part of the reason that the makeup of semen


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How Can I Hit My Man’s P-Spot Every Time We Are in Bed?

If you are searching for a way to heighten the passion in your bed then allow me to tell you about your man’s P-Spot. This is an area in his body that is highly sensitive, and stimulating it would send electric jolts throughout his body. If you want something that


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Sexual Dysfunctions

Sexual dysfunction or sexual malfunction refers to a difficulty experienced by an individual or a couple during any stage of a normal sexual activity, including desire, arousal or orgasm. Sexual dysfunction disorders may be classified into four categories: sexual desire, arousal disorders, orgasm disorders and pain disorders. Sexual desire disorders,


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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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