ORAL sex is an important part of bedroom antics, with foreplay for both men and women a pleasurable precursor to the main event. Our sex and relationship columnist Dr Pam Spurr regularly brings you must-know info for the bedroom and beyond. Follow Dr Pam on Twitter drpamspurr. Oral sex is literally saving the sex lives of 20 per cent of couples. So oral needs to be part of your randy repertoire. Men notoriously love to receive it too, so it goes both ways.
How Common Are Sex Injuries? Here's Why They've Quadrupled Among Men In The Last Few Years
For some women, it can be hard to enjoy the pleasures of oral sex. For others, giving or receiving oral is a fate more terrifying than a root canal. Hey, neither of these fears is cause for embarrassment. But if you have trepidations about oral sex, you're not alone. There are some common fears about oral sex , but there are also ways to get over them so you can see for yourself if oral truly lives up to the hype.
Oral Sex: Is Ghusl Obligatory?
You probably already know that sex comes with a variety of risks. But how common are sex injuries? According to Dr. Stephen Makinde , clinical director of the Perfect Balance Clinic of osteopathy on Harley Street in London, 80 percent of the non-sports related cases he treats among middle-aged men are caused by sex. And this percentage has increased fourfold in the past five years.
In the movies, shower sex is almost always depicted as being both sexy and easy. The reality, however, can be quite different. The good news is that, with a little forethought, shower sex can be as good as we all want it to be. Below are several tips that can help turn shower sex from tricky to tremendous. These include a sex-enhancing foot rests and hand grips that stick to a tiled wall with a suction cup and purport to enable more vigorous, varied positions.