Follow Janet Brito, Ph.D., LCSW, CST
It’s normal to experience ups and downs. But with the right planning and intention setting, you and your partner may be able to reach a common sexual ground.
The best thing you can do is to have an open and honest conversation with your partner about how you’re feeling and what you need to orgasm moving forward.
The size of your clitoris won’t affect your ability to orgasm — but the size of your clitoral hood might. Here’s what you should know.
If you haven’t had sex for a while, try not to panic. We promise this isn’t a “use it or lose it” situation.
There are an infinite number of reasons why someone may not be interested in sexual activity, whether this has always been the case or is a new development. And they’re all valid.
It’s important to remember that the size of your penis isn’t as important as what you do with it. In other words, how you use it makes a big difference.
Masturbation and porn use aren't inherently problematic, and neither can directly cause erectile dysfunction. But your technique does make a difference.
If your partner is having trouble obtaining or maintaining an erection, the last thing they need is to take on more stress or upset. Try this instead.
Most people who have vulvas need clitoral stimulation in order to experience an orgasm, and that's OK.
It may be a sign of genito-pelvic pain/penetration disorder. This is a combination of painful sex (dyspareunia) and involuntary muscle spasms (vaginismus).
The short answer? You should eat foods that energize you and make you feel good about yourself and your body.
Your vagina may become slightly looser as you age or have children, but overall, the muscles expand and retract just like an accordion or a rubber band.