We love to hear from readers who have recently expanded or enhanced their sex life with their spouse — especially if our blog was a catalyst for the new experience! But whether it’s because of us or not, please leave a comment below telling about a new sexual experience or accomplishment you’ve had. Here are three examples.
K and her husband tried New Faithful:
We finally tried this and it was incredible! You are spot on any the feedback loop- we both got super aroused in record time. Will definitely become one of our go tos. Thank you!!
Awesome, glad to hear it. Did you finish this way or just use it for foreplay?
Both! Helps that I started swallowing with your encouragement :p
Eric and his wife played Sexy Adult Jenga:
We just used your Jenga game rules last night. We had a great time! Thank you for the ideas!! Keep up the good work.
James writes that his wife has started asking permission to orgasm:
My wife just started this and I think it is great. She has always been fairly vanilla but has done this the past few weeks.
As for me and Sexy Corte, we’ve been trying two new things recently that we will write about eventually:
- Sexy Corte has been training herself to reach orgasm in positions other than wife-on-top.
- We’ve been experimenting with a little anal play.
Please share your new experiences or accomplishments in the comment section. We’d love to create a podcast episode on this topic!
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We hope that you all had a great Christmas and New Year! The holiday season is often stressful, but did you know that it’s also the catalyst for a yearly September baby boom?
It’s often wryly observed that birth rates peak in September, with many studies citing seasonal changes in human biology to explain this post-holiday “baby boom.” But new research from scientists at Indiana University and the Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência in Portugal finds that spikes in pregnancies are actually rooted in society, not biology.
“We observe that Christmas and Eid-Al-Fitr are characterized by distinct collective moods that correlate with increased fertility,” Rocha said. “Perhaps people feel a greater motivation to grow their families during holidays when the emphasis is on love and gift-giving to children. The Christmas season is also associated with stories about the baby Jesus and holy family, which may put people in a loving, happy, ‘family mood.'”
Sexy Corte and I have been on a roll this holiday season — I hate to brag, but during vacation we had sex seven times in 72 hours! She actually had to beg off from having another orgasm because her legs were getting sore. (Ok, so maybe I like to brag a little.) We’re not having any more babies, but being in close proximity for days at a time still seems to rev our engines. (It’s also worth noting that we had a pretty good fight, too — which is also pretty common for couples over the holidays)
I’m sure we weren’t the only ones having great sex over the holidays — what about you? Any sexual accomplishments you’d like to brag about? You can’t share with your “real friends”, but you can share with your pseudonymous internet buddies!
I thought this would be a fun discussion topic for a Friday: a new study is investigating how people feel immediately after sexual activity.
“There are a wide range of responses in the period of time immediately following consensual sexual activity, known as the resolution phase,” says Robert Schweitzer, a psychologist leading the research team at the Queensland University of Technology in Australia.
“For example, some people like to cuddle, others like to be alone and there are others, as we have found in previous research that experience what is described as post-sex blues.”
So how do you feel immediately after sex? What do you do? Let us know in the comments.