For men, sex means a lifetime of navigating age-specific perils, pitfalls and performance anxieties. In our 20s, we worry about size and premature ejaculation Naturally, we tend to read any problem as a cosmic reflection of some personal failing because we can't leave our egos out of anything, especially the bedroom. And no, thanks, we don't want to talk about it. But it's your sex life, too.
WHEN it comes to sex, all women are different - but for those who find it difficult to reach orgasm from oral sex, we've got some good news. Meet Kivin - the simple oral sex trick which claims to get most women to orgasm within a few minutes. According to sex experts, 60 per cent of women experience a faster and more intense orgasm, with most women climaxing within three minutes. With Kivin, it's all about the positioning, so instead of approaching between the legs, the giver should position themselves side-on. The giver should also press a finger on the perineum the area between the vagina and the anus and when their partner is nearing orgasm, move their tongue from the side-on angle to the head of the clitoris.
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A new study highlighting gender inequality in sex has found that young women are more likely than men to perform oral sex on their partner even if they don't want to. Researchers set out to investigate attitudes towards oral sex in young heterosexual males and females aged between 16 to years-old, and interviewed 71 individuals. The study also revealed that young men were more likely to say they did not perform oral sex if they did not want to. The study comes after previous research showed that young girls feel they are coerced into having anal sex.
With the French and Anglo cultures tending to differ there are undoubtedly a few clashes when it comes to jumping into bed with one another. There are no moral hang-ups about sex in France, she says. If something physical is happening, just enjoy it". Basically it's pretty straightforward, she says.