Sexual intercourse blog

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I post about dating, feminism, relationships and how to have great sex! While some people may find this to be a great time to re-connect and even learn more about their sweetie, others might find it challenging to be in such close contact day-in and day-out. Here are a few tips for keeping your relationship healthy, sane and even sexy. After all, there are so many options, and that can be daunting. The quest to find out what people are actually like sexually is a fairly new endeavor. We often focus on how patriarchy is bad for women, but it also impacts men as well.

Causes and Solutions for Painful Intercourse

The Intercourse: A Blog For Great Sex & A Better Life

It might be to conceive, to feel close to your partner or because you find the feelings pleasurable. However, for many women, the most pleasurable sexual stimulation is external, on the clitoris, rather than from thrusting inside the vagina. Oil-based lubricants are not compatible with condoms. Oral sex — which can be a form of penetration if the penis enters the mouth or tongue enters the vagina or anus. Finger sex — Stimulating each other using your hands and using them to penetrate as well if you both choose. Solo sex — Sex on your own masturbation can be a good way to enhance your sex life with a partner as you can learn how you like to be touched and what thoughts and fantasies turn you on.

Sex without intercourse

But it does make me wonder about the future. Is there a time when sex will no longer be on the agenda? And can we—should we—change that?
Sexual intimacy is meant to be an enjoyable experience that draws you and your partner closer together. But when sex becomes painful, you may find yourself doing anything and everything just to avoid it. This fairly common problem — three in four women experience pain during sex at some point in their lives — can usually be resolved with the right approach. Dyspareunia, or frequent pain during intercourse, involves feeling pain at any point just before, during, or following sex. This pain may affect part of your vagina, or you may feel it in your pelvic region, lower back, uterus, or bladder.