Recent findings indicating that sexting, once seen as the purview of pubescents and perverts, is being practiced by all age groups, with nearly 90 percent of people between the ages of 18 and 82 saying they've sexted during their lifetime.
Things were going pretty well for my husband and me in our first few months of seeing a sex therapist. I let go of some not-so-helpful beliefs about sex and took ownership over my sexuality.
A happy marriage is a cocktail of open communication, honesty, hard work, and a whole lotta love. But what does that look like in real life? Five wives open up about what a happy marriage means to them, because they're living it!
Has he entered his third decade of life without a solitary long-term relationship? Or are things only so-so in bed? "Eek. Red flag!" Okay, not so fast. Having a checklist of classic deal breakers may not be your best strategy for ultimately winding up with a winner.
When you've been married 14 years and together 17, drastic measures must sometimes be taken to Keep Love Alive. Drastic, but not difficult. So last week I tried something new and, for me, a bit daunting.
Wmen ask me all the time about what they're supposed to do about the men out there who say they only want younger women in their profiles. The question has always intrigued me so I did a little research to find out more about why this is happening and whether or not it's true.
The second you start telling me that I'm a bad guy -- and what's more, a bad gay -- if I don't "revere notions of the family and monogamy," we've got a big problem.
In addition to being a world-renowned comedian, talk show host, philanthropist, husband and father, Steve Harvey is the Chie...
In addition to being a world-renowned comedian, talk show host, philanthropist, husband and father, Steve Harvey is the Chief Love Officer o...
In addition to being a world-renowned comedian, talk show host, philanthropist, husband and father, Steve Harvey is the Chief...
Relationships have become an endangered species, driven to extinction by hookups and hangouts and "drinks and apps" and swiping left while everyone waits for the Great Love that is waiting for them as soon as they find their perfect soul mate.
Life isn't easy. My life is, however, glorious. Sometimes my eyes prick with tears from the beauty of watching my baby walk for the first time or my oldest child write her letters all by herself. It's the little things in life that matter. And sex? It's huge. It's important
It can go like this: You want sex and your partner doesn't. Or your partner wants sex and you don't. Or it seems like neither one of you wants sex and are more interested in watching Netflix. What's up with that?
Why is it that we can be so productive, proactive, and confident in so many areas of our lives (families, careers, charity, and so on), but when it comes to expressing ourselves sexually, we clam up?
What will happen when I go through menopause? Will my vaginal tissue thin to the point where I can no longer tolerate intercourse Do these changes happen to every post-menopausal woman, or just some? I set out to get answers.
Writing hot and steamy scenes can be done in many ways. The author can make it dramatic by building sexual tension throughout the story line ending in a passionate "we-finally-got-together-let's-rip-our-clothes-off" scene. The tension build up titillates readers and the final sex scene makes for a satisfying climax, no pun intended.