It's definitely a tiny bit heartbreaking when something that brings you pleasure ultimately doesn't agree with you.
There are do’s and don’ts in the bedroom. Or on the kitchen counter…in the shower…elevator, hehe-um, sorry, getting lost in my fantasy life-and this is an article about the do’s and not the don’ts.
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A couple of weeks ago, my editor forwarded me a fierce press release and asked me if I wanted to interview Dr. Jennifer Landa. She's a gynecologist/entrepreneur who specializes in helping ladies get their sexy back. How could I not take the opportunity to talk to someone whose entire career is based on empowering women to have better sex?
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We let orgasms have too much power. If we don't have them, we stress ourselves out and having one starts to seem like a chore instead of a pleasure. If our partners don't have them, we start second-guessing our sexy talents. And if our partners (particularly the ones of the male variety) have one too soon, they're basically devalued as being viable, legitimate sexual partners.
Sex. We all know what it is and how it works, but by now we also know that there's really a lot more to it than that. Sex is about relationships and emotions, and pleasure, and connections. But really, when is comes down to it sex is about knowledge. Knowing what you want. Knowing what you partner wants. And knowing exactly what you are getting into.
So last time we ran a post like this, you ladies learned a lot about sex, even though you didn't really think you needed to when you first clicked the link. 171 Facebook shares later, it was clear that you learned A LOT more than you expected. Even though we're young, college girl living the college life, we don't know sex like we think we do.
Once upon a time, I was a very sheltered girl. Sex was the ultimate taboo - I thought it was dangerous, dirty, and I failed to understand how anyone could derive pleasure from it. It wasn't until I got to college, and started meeting more experienced, sex-positive, empowered ladies that I started to cultivate a more positive view of sexuality.