1. How can I introduce S&M into my sex life?

    This is new territory in your relationship so I suggest you take it very gently.

    I've always faked my orgasms and I'm too ashamed to admit this to my boyfriend

    How is he ever going to discover what works for you?

    How can I improve my sexual confidence? I feel like I'm letting my relationship down

    Sexual confidence is something which needs to be created together.

    Loss of libido and depression? Your partner could be suffering from TDS

    Testosterone Deficiency Syndrome affects many men over the age of 50 and can be treated in most cases.

    I get recurring cystitis. Is it related to frequent sex and the size of my boyfriend's penis?

    Lots of sex can increase the risk of cystitis which is why it is nicknamed the 'honeymoon' disease.

    Why does sex get overlooked as we get older?

    Don't let age get in the way of an exciting sex life.

    I have been with my partner for 4 years and never orgasmed. What is wrong with me?

    How much stimulation is your partner giving to your clitoris? Most women need this in order to climax.

    Can food influence the gender of your baby?

    Eat certain foods and amounts to influence your baby's gender.

    How to Be a Submissive Lover

    Just like domination, submission also carries its stigmas and clichés that would have us believe all manners of mythical nonsense. Being atypically dominant, writing this piece did not come naturally to me. I've had very little experience in submitting to a lover and I wanted to seek out further information to assist me. I was staggered upon conducting my research to find that there is a distinct lack of information on the subject. I could regale you with tales of those who submit to professional dominants, give you insight into lifestyle submission and shock you with extreme pornographic episodes. But even with the wealth of knowledge open to the public domain online, I could barely find a useful sentiment on purely sexual submission.

    I'm not ashamed to admit that I have submissive sexual desires, but in no way do these desires resemble the extreme portrayals I've stumbled across researching this piece. I don't want to confuse what is in essence an achievable sexual fantasy with a much deeper and more involved form of submission that I've come across in my time as a professional dominatrix. Although the two can be intrinsically bound for those who crave sexual submission, the majority of us are seeking nothing more than some between-the-sheets action with little or no desire for it to infringe on our day-to-day lives.

    I have been using vibrators for years but my new man isn't into sex toys. What can I do?

    Try and get him to view it as a toy for both of you to enjoy.

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