A: Many woman throughout the different stages in pregnancy can see an increase in their sexual desire, especially late in the first trimester and in the second. And it gets better. Along with this can come increased vaginal lubrication and a more sensitive clitoris due to an increase in blood flow. This surely is scientific evidence that you should be expecting sex. Everyone experiences sexual desires differently with pregnancy. Some woman suffer with bad morning sickness, hormones changes and are not comfortable with their bodies. Other don’t have these symptoms and embrace a curvy figure and enlarged breasts. You might face some difficulties if you have any problems in your pregnancy and if this is the case, always consult with your doctor. But the problem is if you are enjoying an increase in sexual desire but he is worried about what sex might do to the baby. To put him…
A: Both! But do me a favour and replace the world can’t with struggling. It is more than likely that you are able to achieve the Big O but it’s very common for woman to struggle to get there. Before we even look at the physical side of things, we need to address the mental. When it comes to bedroom matters, a woman’s worst enemy can be herself. When we over think things, get stuck in our heads it can not only distract us from where we are but also stop the pleasure pathways from our brains, the biggest sexual organ to our other sexual organ. Especially if you are getting more and more concerned about not being able to orgasm when you do engage in sexy time with the intent to try and orgasm, the pressure of trying to make it happen could be the thing that stops it….
A: It means that you are a healthy normal human being. The debate if we are meant to be monogamous or not will always continue to be one without a solid answer but even if we are choosing to be mongomous, thinking about someone else doesn’t mean that we are necessarily cheating. We all have moments when we look at someone and think “ wow they are good looking, I wonder what it would be like to have sex with them.” It doesn’t mean that you don’t love your partner or are not attracted to them or will even do something with that person. It’s just normal natural thought and our innate attraction to people that we don’t have an explanation for. We might choose to be mongoms in our relaitonships but it doesn’t mean our minds will only ever think about one other person. If you are secure in…
A: Some straight people like to watch gay porn but yet some gay people like to watch straight porn? Is it a matter of us wanting what we can’t get or is there more to it? People tend to overanalyze this one, diving into it with thoughts such as – maybe he/she is secretly gay? Maybe my partner is bisexual? But it is completely normal and the type of porn you watch does not have to do anything with changing your sexual orientation or even representing your sexual desires. Watching porn is often about fantasy and fantasy is a free space. It doesn’t have to make sense, there doesn’t even have to be anything behind the decision to what a particular type of porn. Sometimes we fantasize about things we want and desires in our every day lives and sometimes those fantasize are just things that pop into our heads…