It’s time to enjoy sex, no matter what angle you’re positioned in. Sometimes when we’re havingsex, we spend so much time sucking in our belly and positioning our ass just right that we forget to just enjoy. If you’re too self-conscious it can ruin the whole experience. This is true for you AND for your partner. “If a woman has concerns about how certain areas of her body look during sexual activity, she may gain a lot of confidence by wearing beautiful lingerie that covers those particular areas, says Dr. Leah Millheiser of Nuelle. If you’re feeling self-conscious during sex, there’s a pretty good chance you aren’t enjoying it. But oftentimes, being on top allows a woman to be in greater control and feel less self-conscious. Here are seven positions to try.
Sexologist Dr Nikki Goldstein looks into the rise of ghosting and puts forth a more gentlemanly guide to ditching your date. When we talk about ghosting – we are not discussing the act of getting it on with a ghost in the Patrick Swayze / Demi Moore sense, but rather the cowards alternative to having the awkward conversation “it’s not you, it’s me.” Thanks to a rise in technology, a lack of communication and a fast paced dating world full of swipe rights and ‘happenings’ where you might not remember the name of the last person you had a drink with, ghosting it is becoming a norm. It doesn’t mean that it’s right, but instead of simply telling you it’s wrong, it’s time to work with it – and propose a guide to ghosting so to speak. Technology is not going anywhere, rapid dating is only speeding up, so ghosting…
Sex and relationships expert Dr Nikki Goldstein weighs in on the benefits of app dating. We all love to hate dating apps. Most of us have been on them at some point in our lives, many of us have dated on them and many have been inundated with dick pics, requests for casual sex or been ghosted by someone we thought seemed keen. Welcome to the modern world of app dating! No one admits to taking dating apps too seriously yet it seems to be how so many people meet. The game-like concept hooks us in, with excitement levels rising for each match and ‘hello’ we receive and it turns the dating world into one of options. And while some argue these options have made people distracted and disposable, most modern daters are aware of the risks and downside. So for a change, let us celebrate the benefits of being able to…
With online dating now the second most popular way for singles to meet, it’s surprising that many couples still feel embarrassed to openly share with friends and family that they met online. Sexologist and Relationship Expert Dr Nikki Goldstein explores the myths behind the stigma, and shows that finding love online is in fact something to be celebrated, not ashamed of! Raise your hand if you have ever dated online? Internet dating is now the norm, with over 2.8 million users on eHarmony Australia and online being the second most popular way for singles to meet each other after meeting through friends. Once it seemed reserved for the shy and ‘desperate’ but nowadays most people have dabbled one way or another in the quest to find love using the net. So why is it when so many successful relationships have been founded online that some still feel the need to…