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Six myths about healthy sex

 
Six myths about healthy sex

In honor of Valentines Day tomorrow, we thought we'd help you out a little with some myth-busters about your love life...

Myth #1 YOU BOTH NEED TO BE IN THE MOOD FOR SEX.

It's normal for sex to be a little ho-hum for either partner about 15% of the time. To keep things exciting, make a point of venturing out of your comfort zone with new positions, locations and sexy videos.

 

Myth #2 THE BEST SEX IS SPONTANEOUS

Experts advise establishing a weekly time for intimacy, meaning anything from cuddling to sex. Choose a time you can both commit to easily without exhaustion or daily responsibilities getting in the way.

 

Myth #3 YOU MUST HAVE SEX 3 TIMES A WEEK

Most happy couples don't have sex every day or even 2 or 3 times a week. What's important is that you both are satisfied with the frequency.

 

Myth #4 GOOD SEX IS LONG AND SLOW

Embrace the quickie. Think of it as a sex snack, sure to boost your energy and put you back in the mood. For extra excitement, break out of the bedroom: 5 minute romps are perfect for unusual locations, even if it's just the shower or sofa.

 

Myth #5 MAKE-UP SEX IS UNHEALTHY FOR A RELATIONSHIP

Make-up sex is normal and generally healthy. Not only can it be madly passionate, it can also sustain intimacy during tough times.

 

Myth #6 IT'S ALWAYS MEN WHO SHOULD INITIATE SEX

If the man has a low sex drive, gently bring up the subject when you're both relaxed, not after a failed attempt to initiate sex. Together, agree on a set number of times per week or month that feels right. And ladies, when the moment arrives, help him get in the mood.

 

 

 

 

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