There are many sex-related questions women never find out the answer to because they are too embarrassed to raise them. Sex-related topics can be quite unnerving to many to discuss, but sex experts can offer reassuring advice. Thanks to the internet – our generation has quite an access to the knowledge as common but intimate as sex. But subjectively speaking, every individual experience sex differently and have different questions, answers, conclusions, curiosities, etc. about the same. Here are 5 very common sex-related questions that women ponder over but do not ‘feel’ like asking around.
Can certain exercises really lead to better sex?
Yes, being fit is always an advantage. Practise yoga for relaxation. This will help you enjoy sex better. We suggest you workout with your partner. This will bond you two even more.
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I’ve never had an orgasm during intercourse. Is there something wrong with me?
For a woman to have an orgasm, she needs to be relaxed. Have an open chat with your partner and you can both work at it. Satisfying sex resulting in orgasm for both partners is quite achievable.
We tried having anal sex, I want to know if it’s safe?
Research shows that the nerve endings in the anus and rectum can stimulate orgasm and increase sexual pleasure. However, stop if there is pain during anal intercourse – it is a sign that something’s not quite right. Keep the area clean since there can be a lot of bacteria in there; always use a condom.
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Is it true that a woman’s sex drive is at its peak when she reaches 30?
Research says that women in that age group are comfortable with themselves and this facilitates pleasure and orgasm. The age could differ for each woman.
Before we have sex, my partner likes to watch porn to get aroused. Is that normal?
It’s fine as long as your partner is caring and respectful of your sexual boundaries. But if he regularly tries to imitate ‘moves’ or ‘acts’ that you find uncomfortable, it is abnormal.