Category Archives: Sex Advice

How to Avoid Getting Cheated On (Over and Over)

How to Avoid Getting Cheated On

It happens and we all dread it. Being cheated on. For some of us it ruins our faith in all new potential partners and for others it strengthens our resolve to find the right partner. Getting your heartbroken for the first time is one thing, yes it can take all of the romance out of looking for love but being cheated on multiple times is sheer hell.

Ten Things To Never Say After Sex

Ten Things To Never Say After Sex

So you’ve done the deed and now the two of you are lying in bed. We brought together a panel of single men and women and asked them what they absolutely didn’t want to hear after they had sex. We’re not talking little annoyances – we’re talking about statements that would cause them to get up and leave right away! Here’s a sample of what our singles had to say.

Top Five Safe Sex Myths Debunked

Top Five Safe Sex Myths Debunked

We know that the readers of the Adam and Eve blog probably know quite a bit about sex. But – there are those out there that still hang onto a few dangerous myths about STD transmission, as well as ways not to get pregnant. Here are five of the more ridiculous safe sex myths that we’ve come across in the recent months, with exactly why they are oh-so WRONG!

Testicles Need Love Too

Testicles Need Love Too

Love them, hate them or simply in wonder of them, testicles play an important role in the sex act and they shouldn’t be left out of all of the pleasure. If you ask most men about their testicles and perineum (that little patch of skin between the top of the testicular sack and the anus), most would say that they would love for their partners to spend more time in the area.

5 Things You Need For A Sexy Sleepover

5 Things You Need For A Sexy Sleepover

When it comes to inviting someone over to your house for a little nookie, if you don’t have all the essentials, you can bet there won’t be a next time. Just like your first impression lasts the longest, the impression of your living arrangement can change that impression – either for worse or for better. For some reason, people still make the same mistakes over and over again and they wonder why no one wants to come back.

Why We Have Sex

Why We Have Sex

Why do we have sex? Well, beyond the fact it feels good it seems that there are two main motives behind our desire to get down. Two recent studies from the University of Toronto examine two broad rationales behind sex in long term relationships. Basically it all comes down to avoidance or approach.

Exploring Sensation Play

Exploring Sensation Play

When I tell people I went through a sensorium exercise in school they look at me pretty perplexed. In the years since, I’ve suggested sensoriums for clients. Sensoriums are simply an exercise where one person is blindfolded and led to a room that is filled with as many non-visual sensory experiences as possible.

How Couples Can Get Over Vibrator Phobia

How Couples Can Get Over Vibrator Phobia

Okay, maybe you won’t find this phobia in the handbook of psychiatric disorders, but socially, vibrator phobia it is very much a phobia. The argument is always the same: “we don’t need sex toys because our sex life is fine how it is.” But is it?  What if you had the opportunity to make your sex life better – more enjoyable – more pleasurable? Here is how couples can get over vibrator phobia.

5 Tips to Seducing Him

5 Tips to Seducing Him

Men often love to be seduced. Since men generally have the burden of initiation and seduction, turning the tables on him can make him feel wanted and attractive — while you get to experience your own, more active, erotic energy in a very powerful way.

Mature Sex – Challenges as You Age

mature sex

It’s an old wives tale that we have to get less sexual as we get older. Yes, we may have a few more challenges to getting in the mood or finding comfortable positions in which to get it on but the beauty of it is that we also learn to slow down and smell the roses. We learn to truly appreciate the act and our partner with age in a way that we couldn’t have when we were younger.