Being a marriage and sex blogger/podcaster/coach sort of ruins you for books on the topic. Not that we’ve learned everything. It’s just that, well, everything has been discussed before. Often we’ll have to read an entire book to pick up one or two new tidbits.
About a year ago, LELO (one of my favourite toy manufacturers) launched a new product called the SONA. This product was one of a new class of sexual toys coming out around the same time. The principles behind it was to simply focus on the
About a year ago, a newer company called MysteryVibe offered to send me their newest product. Actually, it was their first product. The Crescendo which has been dubbed “The world’s most advanced vibrator”. Now, I’m fairly picky about the toys I’ll accept. For one, I
A couple of months ago, I posted a survey asking some questions about sexual drives, refractory periods and post-sex routines. I was hoping we could get 1,000 responses this time. Well, we made it! So, here’s my analysis of the responses, for your reading pleasure
Well, it’s time for another survey. I’ve received a few questions (including one from Keelie over at LoveHopeAdventure.com), that I thought I could roll into a survey. We’re asking questions about what happens after sex, refractory periods, and the like. We appreciate you being willing
Simultaneous orgasms aren’t really talked about much. Yet, many people expect them to occur frequently, if not all the time. Some even think that if they can’t achieve it, then there is something wrong with the relationship. I think this is largely due to our
If you’ve been reading here a while, you know, I’m not a huge fan of Valentine’s Day. That said, I’m perfectly okay with taking advantage of the season when it works in my favour. I will NOT buy roses at 2x-3x the price, but I
A few weeks back, we were discussing simultaneous orgasms in our Facebook group and we got to talking about what’s “normal”. Of course, when people ask about what is normal, they’re generally wondering if they’re weird or not. But they also often want to know
A few months ago (back in August), I started running a survey asking about couple’s habits regarding sex, clothing, lighting and a few other things. I’ve had some random questions lately from people asking if lingerie makes a difference, or if having sex with the
As my long time readers know, we have long standing practice of running surveys. In fact, we have quite the list going from surveys done over the years: Some “rough” sex statistics Is my spouse attracted to me? Reasons not to have sex Are sex
Probably the number one piece of advice I hand out to people is “talk to your spouse about it”. It’s amazing how often that simple answer makes huge changes in marriage. But, I wanted to know how much of a difference talking about sex makes.