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Welcome to Rubber of the Month. Yoga Poses for Better Sex - Yoga Poses That Improve Sex. Has your love life gone from sizzle to fizzle?

Yoga Poses for Better Sex - Yoga Poses That Improve Sex

You don’t have to memorize the Kama Sutra to spice things up between the sheets. In fact, it’s the positions you assume outside the bedroom that could really heat things up. According to research in The Journal of Sexual Medicine, sexually dissatisfied women who took up yoga and practiced mindfulness techniques reported higher levels of arousal and desire, and better orgasms.

To reap similar benefits, perform the 10 poses below at least three times a week, spending a minute or so in each position. Matheus Lopes. Manifesto, traditional art, mixed media Building a galaxy, digital art, mixed media Alternate ending, digital art, mixed media Ace of Wands, digital art, mixed media In Between, digital art, mixed media A way out, digital art, mixed media. Was astounded that I hate blowjobs. The scene’s always the same, with only the backdrop of the bedroom changing.

Was astounded that I hate blowjobs

I’m lying on my back in bed, pants unfastened, shirt slightly pushed up. She’s atop me, on all fours, slowly kissing her way down my neck, chest and just before she hits my stomach, I know where we’re headed. 20 Things No One Ever Told You About Sex. Erogenous Zones - Turn on Man with Male Erogenous Zones. You know the usual places that turn your husband on, but when it comes to the most erogenous zones of his body, are you hitting the right places?

Erogenous Zones - Turn on Man with Male Erogenous Zones

We spoke to the experts to hear about the surprising male pleasure spots you might be missing. 1. 50 Vintage STD Propaganda Posters. 50 Vintage STD Propaganda Posters by Mark Harris Wartime propaganda of the ’30s and ’40s didn’t stop at the physical enemy on the other side of the trenches.

50 Vintage STD Propaganda Posters

Guilt and scare tactics were common in the battle against the spread of sexually transmitted diseases within the American public at large and in the military in particular. Soldiers were the primary targets of posters like the ones below, which appealed to patriotism, family, morality, manly pride and outright fear to get enlisted men to take steps to avoid venereal disease (VD) — including throwing out dubious “facts” like “98% of all procurable women have venereal disease” that tried to make sexual intercourse with women look as scary as possible.