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Top Tips for Better Sex: To You from Her

Top Tips for Better Sex: To You from Her

When thinking about the best sex you could have with your partner, it’s good to picture how you would think they’d like to be touched, teased, and brought to an explosive orgasm, just from knowing their most intimate touch points. In the same way, having that feeling of giving your partner their best-ever orgasms can be a badge of pride, and will strengthen the bond between you.
Use your hands that keep your partner switched on

Use your hands that keep your partner switched on

In a way, intimacy means that every body part is available to your partner, and is also a way to explore and excite without boundaries. To best please your partner, using your hands to stimulate or to play can lead to new sensations, and new ways to grow close. Of course, you may not know every trick in the book (just yet) but we’re here to give you some ideas and a few tips to help you become a master, or mistress, of dexterity.
Please your Partner

Please your Partner

Using all your body parts to raise a few extra hairs on the back of your neck, or to make your partner’s skin tingle with every sensation, is a key to great sex. Giving your partner attention through all five senses can be key; looking, listening, smelling, touching and tasting are all important ways to building a bond. We’ll focus on the last – the tongue is a master of stimulating your partner, and with a few extra tips you could be, too. The first trick is to enjoy the taste, and to excite them with every lap, trace or kiss.
Don't leave it up to him: Contraception for Her

Don't leave it up to him: Contraception for Her

Taking care of your own contraception allows you to be in control of your own health, and ultimately, your own body. It means taking a stand against the spread of STI’s and unwanted pregnancy, and that you’ll be able to choose exactly when you want to have sex, when you feel comfortable about it. Surveys have shown that only 49% of respondents think “it’s important to be personally responsible for contraception”, and one in five even believe that being prepared with a condom “is a man’s responsibility”. Learning what’s out there could stop you leaving it up to him. So…
The Durex Guide to Sex Toys: Do Aphrodisiacs Work?

The Durex Guide to Sex Toys: Do Aphrodisiacs Work?

There are no magic potions that are going to make anyone become electric in bed, although some of the traditional choices like oysters, figs, chilis, and chocolate all hold surprising bedroom benefits that you could take advantage of.