Every relationship goes through rough patches, but how do you know if your issues are normal ups and downs, or whether they points to more serious underlying problems? Here are seven ways to tell if your relationship is healthy.
Whether you and your partner are in a rut or you’d like to ramp your relationship up a notch, these tips gleaned from the experts can help you turn a lukewarm partnership into a happier, healthier, hotter one.
For a lot of folk, getting head is one of the best parts of sex. So as a dude, how can you go about getting the best blowjob of your life? Here are five tips to get you ahead of the game.
Seen someone hot online and want to go from sexting to actual sex? We have a few pointers.
Jealousy happens in a relationship when one partner fears they may lose the other to someone else. If your partner is constantly flirting with other people or intentionally behaving in ways that make you insecure, your jealousy is understandable – and you should think about whether your partner deserves your devotion.
Fun, spontaneous sex is an integral part of most relationships, and a key factor in keeping your union healthy. Sex helps us connect with our partners and develop a closer bond, plus it’s well established that regular sex is good for the body, mind and soul.
First, the bad news: winter is coming. For lots of us that means eating more, exercising less, and getting a little softer around the middle.
You’ve probably heard some hectic stories from friends about anal sex, which means that even if you’re wanting to try it, you’re probably pretty nervous (even without the hectic stories, that’s normal though).
It’s totally normal to be a little nervous for your first pap smear, especially if you don’t know what to expect. Here we’re walking you through this quick, painless procedure so you’ll know exactly what’s in store for your first pap smear.
There are so many myths about women and sex that it’s difficult to know where to start unravelling the truth from f(r)iction. Here, we’re tackling four that are still widely believed, even today when gender equality rules.