I think kegels is kind of a cute word that most all women have heard or read about at some point in their adult life. Kegel exercises and pelvic floor muscles are a staple of the women’s magazines. What about this word — Yarlap? Ever heard of it? I’ll get to this funny, yet relevant word in a bit, so keep reading. Let’s get back to kegels….and my personal experience with this topic.
With the long overdue Hollywood reckoning of sexual transgressors and the Me Too Movement, both men and women are asking themselves deeper questions about sexual consent. What is consent anyway and how could it possibly be sexy?
It's that time of year again! We're going on a trip. No I'm not talking about your long overdue yearly vacation to Hawaii. I'm talking about your other yearly trip; to the gynecologist.
Sex is power. And we totally mean that in a very non-prostitute sense. See, sex can drive success because chances are if you’re happy and confident in the bedroom, that confidence just naturally spreads to other areas of your life. It’s not just power over other people, but self-empowerment too. Sex impacts every single area of your life, from your health to your mood to your career. Save your fantasies of pretending to be Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman for sexy role playing games and let’s talk about how sex can help you find success beyond the bedroom.
Spring is a time of awakening, and your sex drive in the spring follows suit. The flowers bloom, the grass starts to grow again and you may feel an intense need to get it on! Have you ever wondered why you tend to feel a bit more, ahem, spry in the spring months? Well, we’re all a bunch of mammals – albeit well-dressed ones – and a change of the seasons brings more with it than the sunshine. Spring actually has an impact on your hormones as well as your mood, and while we’re not entirely slaves to our base desires, we may feel a little more passionate in the springtime. Let’s explore what happens to your sex drive in the spring, shall we?
Do you feel like cold and flu are always lurking around the corner, with the stress from the job, your relationship or the lack thereof, and a hundred other things we call 'life'? Are you always stockpiling vitamins and scurrying away from anyone suspiciously coughing in the street, no matter what time of year it is?