A top sex expert shares tricks that are practically guaranteed to give her a powerful orgasm tonight. - See more
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More guy friends for her means more sex for you.
Men have more sex—and better sex—when their girlfriend is a guy’s girl, not a girly girl. Best of both worlds, right? Eh, this is kind of a catch 22. The reason you’re having more sex is because of all her guy friends. You feel you’re competing for her attention and affection, according to a study published in the Journal of Comparative Psychology.
You want to remain the man on top, literally, and no one can blame you for that. In fact, this may be a good thing. Your lady enjoys more romantic attention, and you enjoy more sex, but there is a caveat. Though you’re in between the sheets more, you’re also fighting the sneaking suspicion that she’s being unfaithful.
There’s a problem with Tinder and Grindr. It’s not a malfunction with its technology or design, and it’s not a network error. No, it’s far more intimate than that—and dependent on human error. You may have a positive match on Tinder, but he or she may also be positive with gonorrhea, chlamydia or syphilis.
These so-called "hook-up" apps are being blamed for soaring rises in sexually transmitted infections, according to official figures in the U.K., the Daily Mail reports.
Gonorrhea cases have jumped up 15% from 25,577 in 2012 to 29,291 in 2013. Peter Greenhouse of the British Association for Sexual Health and HIV said:
"How long do women really want to have sex? Twenty minutes? Seven minutes? I always feel pressure to go long and not orgasm early." -Will N., Landrum, SC
The only time a girl will ever want to have sex for less than seven minutes is when it’s in an airplane bathroom and she wants bragging rights. But in general, it’s fine to have sex of varying lengths, as long as we’re talking more than five minutes. Even though a 2012 study conducted by Australian sex therapists showed that quickies can be experienced as satisfying, trust me: No woman wants every time to be hovering around the five-minute mark.
Variation is good because it keeps things interesting. There are only so many things to switch up when it comes to the physical act of sex, and speed is certainly one of them. You don’t have to start out slow and then progressively go faster and faster. Feel free to go from fast to slow to medium speed and back to slow—whatever fits the mood. Read her signs, and if she seems to be out of the moment, slow down to bring her back into it. The time to go fast is when you want to rile her up. Make sure she’s into it when you’re going fast, though, so that you don’t just seem like a horny rabbit.