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All you should know about nymphomania

  Nymphomania is a mental disorder marked by compulsive sexual behavior. Compulsions are unwanted actions, or rituals, that a person engages in repeatedly without getting pleasure from them or being able to control them. In the case of nymphomania, people act out their compulsions by engaging in risky behaviors such as promiscuity. Whether or not…

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What is fun about Intercrural sex?

  The word intercrural is partially derived from Latin, where inter means between, and crura means legs. The definition of intercrural sex is that it is a type of sexual intercourse where a man puts his penis between the partner’s thighs (often with lubrication), and thrusts repeatedly to create friction, for an orgasm. What’s in…

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What is so exciting about fetishes?

  While you might like the sight of your partner in a pair of high heels during sex, that doesn’t necessarily mean you have a shoe fetish. A fetish is sexual excitement in response to an object or body part that’s not typically sexual, such as shoes or feet. They’re more common in men. Many…

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How interesting is dry humping?

  Dry humping is sexual activity that doesn’t involve direct contact between genitals (dry referring to the lack of bodily fluid exchanged). It can involve various sexual behaviors, including (but not limited to) rubbing or touching a partner through their clothing. Dry hump has existed in popular slang since at least the 1960s. The use of the word hump with…

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Drugs that enhance sexual performance

  Sexual enhancers are drugs which enhance (normal/abnormal) erectile function and aphrodisiacs which increase sexual arousal and desire. Erectile dysfunction has been a condition affecting men since ancient times. All early attempts to treat erectile dysfunction (e.g. inflatable penis implants and vacuum pumps) failed and it was not until the early 1990s that the treatment…

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Listen: 18: Unbundling sex, sexuality, sexual identity and sexual orientations | Basics of Sex

Sex Talking about sex and sexuality could be tiring because it is a broad topic. Asides intercourse, sex is “a label assigned at birth based on the reproductive organs you’re born with.”It’s generally how we divide society into two groups, male and female. Also note that there people born with both male and female reproductive…

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Do you that there are exciting things that cunnilingus can do to your woman? 

  Cunnilingus also known as oral sex, licking someone out, eating someone out, going down on someone, and giving head is the fancy, official term used to describe when someone uses their mouth to stimulate someone else’s vulva or vagina. While many women and vulva-having people love cunnilingus because it focuses heavily on stimulating the…

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Listen: 27: Sexual shenanigans: who does it better, male or female? | Basics of Sex

Being bold, ‘dirty talks’, ‘being naughty’. There are a lot of terms are used to describe ways to spice a sexual activity or become kinky. Being sexually dominated, having sex with multiple people at once, watching someone undress without their knowledge. These are just a few of the totallynormal sexual fantasies uncovered by recent researchpublished…

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What do you know about cross dressing?

The practice of wearing the clothing of another gender figures largely in many media, literary, and popular cultural sources. In this article, we will explore cross-dressing, including its definition, how the practice is viewed differently in Eastern and Western cultures, and the psychology behind it. Simply put, cross-dressing is the name for the act of…

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THE TRUTH ABOUT SEX INITIATION

Although teenagers feel that waiting to have sex is a nice idea, they believe that hardly anyone does it. In fact, many teens, particularly boys, feel pressure to have sex, and they say drugs and alcohol usually lead to sex — often without condoms. Past research has found that social influence is associated with behaviors such as…

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Let’s talk about Coprophilia

Coprophilia is an erotic fascination with feces and general filth and uncleanliness. When a person experiences some type of sexual pleasure associated with feces, they are called coprophiliacs. Coprophiliacs enjoy either watching people defecate, defecating on someone themselves, being defecated on, smearing feces (scatolia), and sometimes eating feces (coprophagia). In some adults, coprophilia may manifest…

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Here’s what you need to know about BDSM

  BDSM is an umbrella term that describes certain sexual acts or forms of sex. It stands for bondage, dominance, and submission/sadomasochism. The practice usually involves partners taking on specific roles in which one partner is dominant and the other is submissive and may involve such things as role-playing specific scenes or pain play. While…

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Listen: 13: Natural contraceptive cracked: the good, the bad and the ugly | Basics of Sex

Contraception is defined as the intentional prevention of pregnancy through the use of various methods, are a type of birth control that relies on observations about the woman’s body andmenstrual cycle. These methods are sexual practices, chemicals, drugs, or surgical procedures. Thus, any device or act whose purpose is to prevent a woman from becoming…

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Listen: 10: Let’s talk about foreplay and everything you should know about it | Basics of Sex

Foreplay has a reputation as a warm-up or leads into sex, the appetizer to the main course—which isintercourse. But maybe it’s time we stop thinking about it in such an old-school way. After all, only 30% of women can reach orgasm from penis-in-vagina penetration alone. It’s the moves we typically think of as foreplay—clitoral stroking,…