Dr Nikki Goldstein

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Dr Nikki is
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Buy the Book – #Singlebutdating

Dating is different these days and the traditional rules just don’t seem to always apply. It’s important to challenge the ideals that surround you to become the most dateable version of you and to make the best decision for yourself, enjoying this single but dating life along the way. We now have the right to live the life men have been doing for years, we just need a little help and advice to work out how to do it our way.

“This is the book I wanted five years ago and
the book modern single women need – Nikki xxx”

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May
31

2016
Why Anal Is The New Blow Job

Dr Nikki Goldstein urges you all to give anal a go and provides a few tried and tested tips on how to get started. Anal sex is no longer an act reserved for porn stars, those who lean towards the kinkier sides of the bedroom and male on male encounters. We can firmly now say that the anal stigma has, by and large, lifted. However, for those yet to experience the pleasures of the derriere, there may still be a few reservations and hesitations to address before giving it a go. Fair point, there is still a whole host of misinformation plaguing Google’s search streams and friendly, blokey pub advice that doesn’t exactly ring true as sound. But we can confirm that the male ‘G’ spot is up there, somewhere – it’s not a myth. Some find the sensation of the nerve endings in the anal passage being opened and…

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May
25

2016
Do we need to stop demonising porn?

PORN. We are a society that consumes so much of it, while we also demonise it and blame it for our sexual problems. But is the industry really to blame? As a sexologist I have seen first hand how porn can be destructive. From men who create false intimate relationships with the women on the screen, to others who expect their partners to perform like porn stars and some who suffer from erectile dysfunction and performance anxiety when comparing themselves to the men on these films. Some woman feel inadequate sexually, often questioning why they can’t have an orgasm or enjoy anal sex like porn stars. Many measure good sex based on their ability to perform and please a man (a common scenario in adult films). We are also now seeing the effects on today’s youth with porn being accessed at an earlier age and these actors being seen as…

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May
25

2016
A Guide To Using Lube In The Bedroom

GQ’s resident sexologist Dr Nikki Goldstein suggests that there is more to maximising lubrication in the bedroom than just the purchasing of a cheap bottle of colourful goo.  Lubes – the underdog of the bedroom. It’s not just a product that should be reserved for anal sex and the elderly but something we should be all incorporating in our sex lives. But with so many products now available, it can be hard to sort the slippery from the sticky. But before you start grabbing products from the shelves, it’s important to identify a few key factors before settling on a particular type of lube. Question: What’s the lube for? What sex act are you hoping to use the lubricant gel for? What part of the body? Are you using condoms and sex toys? Do you prefer a thicker texture or a thinner one? And do you have any skin sensitivities?…

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May
25

2016

It often feels like the stars have finally aligned when you find someone who’s totally your type and everyone loves them as much as you do. But when your friends and family don’t adore your special someone? It’s basically a relationship nightmare. To gain understanding and avoid hurting the people who care about you, we chatted up Nikki Goldstein, the author of #singlebutdating and one of Australia’s best-known relationship experts. Read on for her five helpful tips that will guide you through handling the tough situation while making everyone feel heard, understood and cared for as your new relationship blossoms. 1. Recognize that your friends and family have your best interests at heart. So your inner circle isn’t super fond of your new boo? Nikki says, “Know that your friends and family might just be showing how protective they are of you. It might be that something about your new S.O. simply doesn’t sit right with them,…

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