Anatomy

The 5 best sexual positions for when you feel anxious and shy in sex (and missionary isn’t one of them!)

The 5 best sexual positions for when you feel anxious and shy in sex (and missionary isn’t one of them!)

Oh missionary. It works but, let’s be honest.

It is kind of in the realm of been-there-done-that.

Just because you feel shy, awkward or inhibited in sex, doesn’t mean that you need to stick to the one bland flavour of sexual intercourse. Deep breath, here are 5 alternative sexual positions that will help you to feel comfortable as you open up to intimacy.

YONI MASSAGE: The vital ingredient missing from your sex life

YONI MASSAGE: The vital ingredient missing from your sex life

Yoni massage is a means of allowing the yoni/vulva/pussy to gently open rather than be pressured to bloom. Being a very YIN part of our bodies, she generally responds well to SLOW, present touch rather than quick and hard pressure.  Here are my tips...

FEMALE ANATOMY: An ode to the clitoris

The clitoris is an internal and external pleasure trove! Misunderstood for centuries and even ignored, we now know more about the clitoris than ever before so I wanted to take this opportunity to review what sexologists have learnt thus far and why it is so important when it comes to desire, arousal and expression of female sexuality.

FEMALE ANATOMY: Why tight and toned may not be embraced by your sexual body

The toned abs, concave stomach and accompanying fake tan speak something else to me when I see them. The notion of being toned to that degree sometimes doesn’t gel well with a sexual body and here is why:

ORGASM: A good sex muscle can help

ORGASM: A good sex muscle can help

Our Pubococcygeus (PC) muscle saddles our pelvic floor and is responsible for urine flow, enhancing orgasm and sexual pleasure and supporting women’s internal sexual anatomy (especially during pregnancy). The eastern world has known for years that our sex muscle can mean improved sexual functioning and health.