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  • The Penis - A Road Map

    The Penis Is a multipurpose organ responsible for sexual pleasure, reproduction, and the passage of both urine and semen the end of the penis is called the glans which contains the urethral opening that allows urine and semen to pass from the body.

    Read More »    Leave A Comment     Posted by Amanda Delcuadro on 12/31/2008
  • Female Ejaculation and the G-Spot

    Here is a great video that may help you to find the most sensational erogenous zone. The G-Spot.

    Read More »    Leave A Comment     Posted by Jennifer Amato on 09/17/2008
  • The G-Spot

    Finding Your G-Spot Explained - A G-spot Road Map.  These easy tips will help you find your G-Spot and dispell any myths associated with this ever elusive pleasure spot!  A Must Read Detailed Article By's President Kimberly!

    Read More »    Leave A Comment     Posted by Amanda Delcuadro on 08/20/2008
  • Female ejaculation

    Female ejaculation (also known colloquially as squirting or gushing) refers to the expulsion of noticeable amounts of clear fluid by human females from the paraurethral ducts and/or urethra during orgasm. The exact source of the fluid is debated, although some researchers believe it originates from the Skene's gland.

    Read More »    Leave A Comment     Posted by Amanda Delcuadro on 04/21/2008
  • Prostate Stimulation - Finding The Male G-Spot

    Prostate Stimulation - Finding The Male G-Spot

    Read More »    Leave A Comment     Posted by Amanda Delcuadro on 04/20/2008
  • The Vagina

    Many women need clitoral stimulation during sex and many men have no idea where to find it. So there are a couple of things that need to be sorted out here.

    Read More »    Leave A Comment     Posted by Amanda Delcuadro on 04/19/2008
  • A Mans Guide to Finding Her G-Spot

    Unlike men, women can orgasm several different ways, via clitoral, vaginal, or G-Spot stimulation.

    Read More »    Leave A Comment     Posted by Amanda Delcuadro on 12/04/2007

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  • Stimulating the Clitoris

    The clitoris is the most sensitive part of a woman's body. Some women are unable to achieve an orgasm without stimulating this very sensitive area.  The clitoris contains over 8000 nerve endings, and similar to the penis, becomes filled w ... More »
  • Become the Ultimate Lover

    Being a great lover is not about your size or how long you can last.  It is about the entire experience.  Some men feel more compelled to just get right to the act of sexual intercourse, assuming that is enough to satisfy his partner.&nb ... More »
  • Vibrators - A Solution to Achieving An Orgasm During Sexual Intercourse

    Studies show that less than 50% of women can achieve an orgasm during sexual intercourse alone, myself being among them.  This can cause tension and potentially ruin a relationship.  If you are among the women who are unable to achieve a ... More »
  • Introducing Sex Toys Into Your Relationship

    Incorporating sex toys in your relationship can improve your sex life and bring couples closer together. If you have been pondering the idea of using a sex toy with your partner, you may not know how to introduce one into the relationship. First o ... More »
  • Tips For A Fulfilling Sex Life

    Do you feel that your sex life has not been as satisfying as you want it to be?  Some couples go through periods in which their sex life is dwindling or sporadic.  Sometimes, our busy lives can get in the way of intimacy.  If you an ... More »
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