You’re not ready for sex if you only want to do it because you think it’s what people of your age do, so you should do it too.
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“I was introduced to my future husband by email, met him for the first time on Skype and married him two months later,” says Divya.
Divya got married two years ago to a match arranged by her father’s friend. According to her even though an arranged marriage doesn’t sound like the most romantic thing in the world, it’s the best decision she has made in her life.
Vibrators give the most speedy and powerful orgasms. In fact women worry their sex toy could put their partners out of a job.
For women who have trouble reaching a climax, a vibrator is the answer, according to research at the Medical Center for Female Sexuality in New York. But you should be aware of what you’re getting into – it might change the way you feel about sex.
Q: If I use a vibrator, will I get addicted and not be able to have orgasms the normal way?
I have heard some of my friends talk about using one. I want to buy one for myself but I am not sure. What will my husband think if he gets to know I have been using a vibrator to give myself orgasms? Namrata, Mumbai
Anal orgasms, nipple orgasms, mouth orgasms – the most unexpected body parts can bring some people to a climax.
Others don’t even need to be touched at all to come - they get off in their dreams. And an epileptic seizure can be an orgasmic experience for others. Now science can help explain some of these and other more unusual ways to orgasm without genital stimulation.
Men all over India are running scared. Because our sex lives are now being destroyed by our biggest adversary ever: the dildo.
Over the past few years, we have successfully combated angry fathers, moral police, protective fathers, lesbians and controlling fathers. But how do we fight back against an enemy we don’t even understand too well?
Sex toys put the fun into safe sex, say the owners of Nepal's first sex shop 'Sweet Secret' in Kathmandu.
Sex toys are a tricky topic in South Asian countries. In India they’re officially banned – though there’s a lively black market trade, and vibrators are often sold as ‘massage’ products. But meanwhile across the border in Nepal, the authorities take a more positive attitude.
Sex toys are banned in India. But stroll through Mumbai's Fort area and it won’t be long before a street vendor asks you discreetly, “You want some pleasure items?”
Show a bit of interest and he'll reveal a range of dildos, vibrators, sprays, gels, aphrodisiacs and studded condoms. Top sexologist Dr Prakash Kothari says the ban on ‘obscene objects’ makes no sense.
Sex is polluting the environment, says US author Stefanie Iris Weiss. The answer? “Go green between the sheets.”
That’s the title of her book on how to “make your love life sustainable”. She thinks sex is great for the planet - but only if it’s green.
There’s more to sex than penetration! Here are some fun ways to spice up your sex life and keep it safe. These tips are also a great way to make love if you’re HIV positive too!
Many girls and women masturbate. You can stroke your clitoris or the area around it with your fingers. This can give you an aroused feeling.
Rub your fingers around your clitoris or over it. When you get turned on your vagina becomes wet. Your clitoris gets bigger and harder. You can use the moisture from your vagina to make your clitoris more sensitive. Rubbing or stroking your clitoris can make you have an orgasm.
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