Sometimes the only way to get through the daily grind is with your partner by your side. But is working with your S.O. really all it's cracked up to be? And more importantly: Could it spell trouble for your career?
Most of us live with a roommate at some point in our lives. At this point, one or both of the roommates could be entertaining romantic conquests. This means waiting for the apartment to be free for a little sexy time, or, in some cases, just going for it when the other person is home. Your sex life doesn't have to suffer just because you have a roommate--it's all about respect.
Books that tug on your heartstrings--and pull on your panties.
Let's face it: With everything there is to worry about, sex is often the last thing on our minds. Blame the economy, or your to-do list, or the thousands of other stressors in today's world, but keep your priorities straight.
Can a guy's Adam's Apple really tell you how big his package is? You know you want to know: how much truth is there to the old wives' tales about penis size?
You've probably heard that "knowledge is power." As it turns out, that's totally true when it comes to sex. Sexperts believe that women who are empowered in the bedroom don't just have better sex, they have better relationships. Psychiatrist Gail Saltz writes, "If your sex life is lacking, it can lead to problems outside the bedroom." This can include communication barriers, unhappiness, or even feelings of resentment. Take her expert advice as permission to dig deep into these 15 essential sex facts to improve your sex education.
Asking your doctor sex questions can be difficult, not to mention extremely awkward! Here are the questions women ask their doctors and therapists most often and the expert answers you want but don't want to ask for.