Today we’re answering questions about marriage and sex from our anonymous Have A Question page on our
Well, the year is almost done. In the US, people celebrating Thanksgiving, Christmas is around the corner, and that means Black Friday and Cyber Monday are upon us yet again. So, I thought I’d let my readers know about a few things out there for
SWM 050 – Anonymous Questions from September 2019 – Deployed Spouses, Passive Sex Partners, Sleep Apnea and How to Boost Attraction for your Spouse
In this episode, we’re tackling the subjects:
- How do you deal with deployment and sex drives
- How do we improve sexual intimacy
- How to improve our sex life
- Satisfaction and adventurousness
- How do you get your wife to be more dominant in bed
- Asking doesn’t work, not asking doesn’t work
- Husband has sleep apnea
- What should teenagers do instead of masturbate?
The Ola by Minna has become our most used toy in the bedroom for a variety of reasons. And right now, it’s $100 off. Yep, you can grab a premium sex toy for only $49. Perfect for Christmas.
Ultimately, it doesn’t matter what sort of sex drive you have, because it can change. Focus more on your spouse, and less on fitting them into a box. That way, if things change, you can adjust to the changes, rather that be stuck on a model that doesn’t match your dynamic anymore.
Our Intimacy Advent Calendar is back and better than ever! Looking for a unique and sexy gift for your spouse this Christmas? This might be it.
With 100 different activities to choose from, you can give your spouse a gift they’re sure to remember. While everyone else is stressed out during the holidays, they’ll be wondering how you two manage to stay so loving and caring.
SWM 048 – Anonymous Questions from July & August 2019 – Squirting, Anal sex tips & Unreciprocated oral sex
Well, summer is gone and done and we’re going to try and get back into the swing
Ever feel like having a high sex drive is a burden? Have you wondered why God made you this way? Here are some of the reasons I think having spontaneous desire is a blessing.
Responsive desire isn’t an abnormality, disability or curse. It’s a blessing. Once you learn to work with it, it can actually lead to an amazing sex life.
Curious about how breast and penis size affect sex according to our readers? Over 1100 of them responded to our survey. Here’s what they said.
Well, summer is nearly over. Here in Canada, this is our last long weekend until Thanksgiving in October, so our family is going camping and while we’re there, my wife is running a Spartan Beast – 21 km (13 mile) obstacle course (her new hobby/obsession).