Remember you can learn from a break-up as well. You might do things differently in a next relationship so that one will be better and long-lasting.
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“I’ve never felt so guilty in my life,” says Anmol. He’s been with his girlfriend for two years but lately he’s found himself fantasising about her best friend.
“I don’t want to mess up my relationship over something like this but I really don't know how to get her friend out of my mind,” says Anmol. “I’m turned on every time I’m around her.”
Sex myths are the biggest menace ever. A contagious infection spreading from one ignorant person to another. It’s essential to find a cure before it turns into an epidemic. So here’s another Sex Myth Buster!
People are shy to talk about oral sex. That’s perhaps why there are myths around it. Is it safe? Does it get you pregnant? This and much more...
Oral sex is fun and really popular! More than 70 percent of men and women prefer it to plain old intercourse, studies show.
Especially women. Not surprisingly – up to 80 percent can have an orgasm with oral sex, while only around 25 percent have a Big O with intercourse. To find out how do to it and what to consider, read this 15th edition of our Top Five Facts!
The way to enjoy sex with a condom is get plenty of variety into your lovemaking, US research found.
If you find condoms put a damper on sex, the good news is that there are ways to make maximize your pleasure. If you just stick to straight intercourse and not much else, you’re more likely to end up wishing the rubber wasn’t there.
Half the young women questioned in a new US study had all their pubic hair removed within the past month.
What’s more, one in five said they were "typically hair-free". It’s been suggested that waxing or shaving off all the pubic hair has become a ‘new norm’ for women.
Getting cancer from giving head shouldn’t be a worry for most healthy, monogamous couples, according to sexpert Sara Rosenquist.
During oral sex you can pass on the human papillomavirus (HPV). This has been linked to some head and neck cancers, as Love Matters reported last year. But links between giving head and cancer are actually more complex, ‘Dr Sara’ says.
'What women want' is supposedly something that has befuddled men through the ages.
But will I be pricking too many bubbles if I say that in reality most of us don't really care? Instead let's talk about what men want. Apart from good old sex. Which is also something we want as much as any average woman might.
Is metrosexuality already a fad past its prime?
Seems like a majority of urban Indian women definitely think so. Even my mostly liberal girlfriend won’t let me get a mani/pedi. Especially on the weekend I am meeting her parents. A rather sad development considering I’ve been passing off my skinny jeans and lilac shirts as an ode to metrosexuality (see Gay next door?).
Women who feel confident and comfortable about their vaginas have more sex and get more head, according to a recent US study.
But vaginal self-confidence isn’t only about pleasure, it could just save your life. Women who feel positive about their vaginas are more likely to go in for regular check-ups at the gynaecologist, the study found.
Want him to go down on you in bed? Or maybe you’d rather he didn’t go there. If you don’t say so, chances are he’ll never know.
Whether it’s just a hook-up or a serious relationship, when it comes to getting head women are comfortable with different things, a recent US study on female college students’ oral sex preferences found.
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