Seems like a silly question, doesn’t it? The type of question that super annoying girl from 7th grade sex-ed class would ask. But super-annoying girl was on to something. And the already embarrassed PE teacher who was forced to teach you the birds and the bees was instantaneously more embarrassed … and probably wrong.
You meet a great guy. You decide to take things to the next level.You’re back at his place, the lights are dim, pants are off, his penis is in your mouth. But what’s that funny white stuff on his dick? Did I just…? Oh. My. God.
Back in college fucking everyday for 7 days was the norm. But now you are all grown up. Have a big girl job. Kids. Mortgage. Book club.
And having sex even once a week can now sometimes feel like a challenge.
But it doesn’t have to be that way! The 7 Day Sex Challenge craze is back. But is all this sexually hype really good for your health?
From the annals of “nothing is sacred” there is now a fitness tracker wearable device for… drumroll… your dick.
But, there may actually be some health benefits to this. Are you or your partner willing the strap one of these on while having sex in the name of health? Let me know your thoughts in the comments!
Let’s get real, we are all sexual. In some form or another, we are animals and therefore sexual beings. Even people who are asexual identify with some sort of sexuality… it just happens to be no sex.
And losing one’s virginity can sometimes be a complicated and emotional process. And for women, it is a much more physiological process than it is for the dudes. But if a woman has not had sex for a year, whether by choice or by chance, does she become … re-virginized?