We’ve come a long way over the years regarding how we think about and approach sex. People are increasingly comfortable talking about it. They’re more comfortable considering alternative ways to have a sex life in the first place, as well.
Most sexually active people want the same things when it comes to their sex lives, and it’s unlikely you’re an exception. You want to have better sex and more of it. Whether you’re flying solo or connecting with a partner, you want sex to feel as good, satisfying, and fulfilling as possible, as well.
Modern women are empowered enough to know sex toys – vibrators included – are about so much more. They understand anyone can benefit from adding one to their go-to stash of necessaries in their trusty nightstand drawer.
If you grew up hearing that sex and sexuality were shameful things never to be discussed in polite company, you’re far from alone. The same is true of you if you’re officially tired of it and ready to embrace a healthier, more sex-positive way of life. However, knowing you want to be sex-positive is one thing. Truly understanding what sex-positivity is (and isn’t) is a little more complicated.
At this point, it’s pretty safe to say 2020’s done a number on us all. Thankfully, now that fall’s finally here, it’s officially time to start thinking about cozy, comforting self-care routines. Your frazzled body, mind, and soul not only need them but deserve them – especially this year. Here are some ideas to get started with.
Whether you’re bonding with a new partner or have been married to yours for years, nothing’s more satisfying than a weekend spent in bed. Very sensible couples may have trouble justifying such an indulgent treat under normal circumstances. However, the pandemic has turned weekends spent at home into the hot new thing, so there’s never been a better reason to try it yourself. Here’s a closer look at why it’s something every couple should enjoy together every so often.
Although most people err on the side of diplomacy when it comes to telling people things that might be hard to hear, there’s also something to be said for brutal honesty. Sometimes it’s the only way to go if you genuinely care about the other person. Other times, it’s just not worth the drama it might cause.
You may not have any control over what’s happening in the rest of the world right now, but the good news is you can control your response to the chaos. Self-care can work wonders when life gets crazy and hectic, so, unsurprisingly, it’s getting so many of us through quarantine in one piece.