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Can the Regular Use of Vibrators Ruin Your Manual or Oral Orgasms?

Will a person become dependent on using a vibrator? Will they still be able to orgasm from, let's say, oral sex or vaginal sex? If that's your concern, then rest assured that there is nothing about vibrator use per se that will deny a person the ability to have orgasms any other way. I've worked on a number of… » 12/21/12 8:00pm 12/21/12 8:00pm

Why Does the Idea of Seeing My Partner Having Sex With Another Person…

Do you find your partner attractive? And are you turned on by watching sex? And, in your fantasy world where you have this idea, you get to decide who the person is so you can choose someone who's not threatening to you and/or your partner isn't running off and leaving you for that person? Then it makes a lot of sense… » 12/19/12 9:00pm 12/19/12 9:00pm

Can STIs Be Transferred From Oral Sex?

Yes. Pretty much anything you can pass during intercourse can also be passed during oral sex. Herpes? Yes. Chalmydia and gonorrhea? Yes. (They're both bacterial and can be cured with antibiotics, but there are more and more cases of antibiotic-resistant gonorrhea so you don't want to mess with it). HIV can also be… » 12/17/12 8:20pm 12/17/12 8:20pm

Are There Any Substances That Turn People On?

No. People sometimes use the word "aphrodisiac" to refer to a substance that enhances sexual function in any way and in that sense there certainly are substances – including prescription medications (e.g., Viagra, Cialis, Levitra) and substances sold as supplements (e.g., Yohimbine and Koren red ginseng). However, the… » 12/11/12 1:20pm 12/11/12 1:20pm

Are There Any Scientifically Proven "Miracle" Methods to Enlarge Your…

No, there are not. And while some of you may think this is common knowledge, rest assured that it is not. Men have spent hundreds of millions of dollars on penile enlargement products in the hope that they actually work. However, there are two scientifically-tested ,non-miracle methods actually work. » 12/05/12 12:40pm 12/05/12 12:40pm

Can I Get Sexually Transmitted Infections From Peeing In a Public…

No. The chances of getting an STI from peeing in a public bathroom are in the incredibly low-to-no range. Could the organisms that cause chlamydia and gonorrhea infections be present in people's urine that's splattered on the seat? Yes. But are those organisms going to find their way into your urethra or vagina? Not… » 12/03/12 4:12pm 12/03/12 4:12pm