The first time you have sex with someone — or sex at all — is a deeply individual experience. “Sex” means different things and comes with different emotions from person to person (and from hookup to hookup, TBH). That said, there are a handful of insights that can make your first time having vaginal sex comfier, more communicative, and more pleasurable, which are pretty universally great things for sex to be. Here are six first-time pointers, with advice from sex therapist Vanessa Marin.
According to Marina Voron, licensed marriage and family therapist, relationship red flags have less to do with actual behavior and more to do with the feelings and intentions behind them. Here, Voron shares six reasons it may be time to cue Adele and call it quits.
You don't need candlelit dinners and expensive negligee to have a great sex life. There are plenty of other, more manageable ways to up the romance-factor in your relationship. In fact, you may be surprised at the different things that will leave you scrambling for the bedroom. Read on for five unexpected (and oyster-free!) aphrodisiacs.
Holidays offer the chance to meet new people and maybe to have sex with them or to get closer to someone you already know. But with alcohol a major part of many holidays and high rates of sexual infections in some destinations, it pays to take extra care.
Music, drinks and general good spirits at a festival make a lot of us feel like getting down and dirty - but many things can go wrong, and tent sex can be a bit crap. Here are some tips help you to get a non-crap sex at a festival.