Have you heard of or tried dry sex? If you haven’t, it’s when you purposely dry out your vagina with herbs, household detergents, antiseptics, leaves…
Before having sex for the first time, you may feel a range of emotions, which is completely normal. You may be nervous, scared, thrilled, excited, or anxious, and that’s totally expected. You may be unsure about what to expect. And […]
If you’re Kenyan, you may have heard or used the term ‘kunyonga‘, if you’re not, it is slang for masturbation.
Masturbation is a healthy and safe way to explore your body and discover what makes you feel good. There are lots of ways for men and women to masturbate, get aroused and then orgasm. Women usually do it by rubbing their clitoris […]
Can you tell your partner is having an orgasm by looking at them? For men, yes since they often ejaculate, but for women is not that easy. There is no one way to have an orgasm, especially for women(including intersex […]
You are having sex and then, BOOM! your vagina makes a farting sound. What will you do? Hide in shame? Stop to investigate the fart? Pretend like it wasn’t you and instead blame your partner? Laugh? Continue like nothing happened? […]
Whispering, moaning or sighing sexy things in bed can be a real turn on – if you do it well. But it can quickly become a turn-off if you aren’t careful.
Should everything you see in porn be replicated in the bedroom?
Sexual difficulties are very common for women of all ages. Having trouble reaching orgasm is one of the most frequent problems women experience.
Sexual difficulties are very common for men of all ages. Common guy problems include premature ejaculation or delayed ejaculation – either coming much sooner or much later than you’d like.
Sexual fantasies are completely normal. Some of them may seem weird, but just because you fantasise about something doesn’t mean you have to do it.
The hymen is a thin piece of skin that is part of a woman’s vulva. Its importance is mainly cultural, and many myths are associated with it.
Foreplay is everything that gets you in the mood for sexual intercourse… Kissing is foreplay. Flirting and intimate conversations are foreplay.
There’s nothing wrong with masturbation and porn can be great, too. They can help us understand more about our own bodies, our likes and dislikes.
Many people think that you can tell whether someone is a virgin or not. However, this is a myth. The only way to know if someone is a virgin is by asking them!
Whether your relationship is casual or serious, it can always be difficult to bring up the topic of making love, especially when it comes to the when and the how.
Many people enjoy anal sex. Others are ashamed of it or think it’s dirty.
Sex or intercourse – to put it bluntly, fucking or screwing – is when a man puts his erect penis inside a woman’s vagina.
Oral sex is when you pleasure someone else’s genitals with your mouth, or they use their mouth on your genitals.
When a man gets really turned on, he can have an orgasm – in other words, he can come, or climax.
When you get sexually aroused your vagina becomes wetter, which makes it smooth and slippery. With more stimulation, you could climax (orgasm).
When you masturbate, you touch and caress yourself to give yourself sexual pleasure. Often you do this until you’re fully aroused and have an orgasm. What if you’re masturbating your partner?
When people talk about the ‘first time’, they usually mean the first time you have full intercourse. That’s what people mean by ‘losing your virginity’.
Kissing is usually the first thing you do when you fall in love. But how do you start? And when are you doing it right?
Outercourse is any sexual activity that does not include sexual penetration. The opposite of outercourse is intercourse (penetrative sex).
Apart from looking at pictures of sex on the internet, you can also have sex online.