It’s time to take control of your sex life and start having better sex! Keeping quiet about your secret sexual desires will not help so start talkign to your partner to have the sex you really want.
We all know that exercise has great benefits to our health, but did you know that it could boost your sexual function and pleasure too? We take a look at the best exercises to boost your sexual health.
Improve your sexual health and pleasure this new year by introducing a sex toy into your relationship..
There is better and healthier ways to enjoy a good night's sleep than popping a pill - have more sex and more orgasms!
One simple way to boost your sex life is to lose weight. Many people discover that they enjoy better sexual intimacy, pleasure and body confidence by shedding a few kilos.
Many students have their first sexual encounter at university so ensure you protect your sexual health and pleasure by reading our University Sex Survival Kit
The thought of spending time away from the office, work or the school run means that we all look forward to our holidays with great anticipation but having great sex on holiday can sometimes seem too much to ask for, even though being away from the normal humdrum routine of daily life means you should have more time to spend together and get intimate.
The often elusive G-Spot is regularly debated and discussed, but is there a male equivalent? We take a closer look at the male P-Spot.
The sound of your alarm clock going off in the morning must be one of the most unwelcome sounds in the world - unless it is your wake up call for early morning sex!
Straight Women can learn more about sexual intimacy and pleasure if they listened to their gay female friends, from discovering new sexual sensations to ways to orgasms more frequently.
Good sex depends upon the quality, not quantity and contrary to popular belief you don't need to go for hours to enjoy fantastic sex.
Spice up your sexual pleasure by adding sex toys into your sex play, tell your partner exactly what you want, talk about your sexual fantasies or make a wish list of all the sexual activities you'd love to try this year.
You may love the brightly coloured, noisy fireworks that light up the sky at this time of year, but why not spice up your sex life and create your own sexual firework display at home. You don't have to wait for Bonfire Night to enjoy amazing fireworks: you can make your own at home everyday!
Laughing, giggling and joking around should be part of your relationship because when you have physical fun with your partner, the more likely sexual fun will follow!
Marathon sex sessions can be satisfying but completely exhausting and not always possible on a regular basis, whereas quickie sex can be.
Foreplay is often rushed because it feels awkward, but it should be pleasurable and not just seen as something you have to do before getting to the main event.
Make that hen night go with a buzz and a giggle by treating the blushing bride to be, to a naughty sex toy, sending her on an incredible journey of sexual pleasure and fun with her new husband.
In general, men are more likely to brag to their friends if they got lucky the night before but women are more secretive. However, there are subtle signs when a woman has enjoyed sex the previous evening.
Many women believe that they are control freaks because they have definite ideas about how their life should go. They have high expectations of themselves and want to seem like they have it all. Does this sound familiar?
Prior to the release of the Fifty Shades of Grey film, there has been an increase in sales of whips, cuffs and bondage products as people become more sexually adventurous so why not become your own Anastasia or Mr Grey and join in the phenomenon too.
The temperature is slowly dropping and winter clothes are being taken out of storage. Some people think that their libido dips during the colder months, while others enjoy great sex at this time of year. Why not use this winter to ramp up your sexual arousal and turn that small sexual spark into a blazing fire!
The nice people at We-Vibe conducted research amongst their customers (500 men and women aged 25-55 years) which raised some surprising results. This is what they found out about what men really want in bed...
Becoming addicted to your vibrator is a common, unfounded myth. Using a sex toy is not harmful to health if you choose a product made with skin safe material.
At the onset of a new relationship, the sex can be amazing but after a few years the passion can wane and, for a wide variety of reasons, watching the TV may feel more compelling than a night of passion under the sheets. Find out which bad habits you need to kick to help bring the excitement back!
Sexual health expert Nicci Talbot takes a professional look at whether you should use a lubricant during sex.
An introduction to some of our most popular prostate massagers and the health benefits that they bring.
Tantric sex is an ancient sexual form deriving from Hinduism. Literally meaning 'the weaving and expansion of energy', records say that it has existed for more than 5,000 years.
Ever wondered which type of Lubricant is right for you? Read this handy guide to discover the differences between Water-Based, Oil-Based and Silicone-Based Lubricants.
The basics on massage: how to prepare, different techniques and when to use them.