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Expert Advice

  • September 13, 2018

    Should You Have A One-Night Stand?


    That depends. Do you want to? Research suggests that around half of Canadians have engaged in a one-night stand while the other half has not. So there you go. You’re normal either way. You should never feel pressured to do something because you think everyone else is doing it or you feel the need to […]

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  • August 29, 2018

    Sex Quirks We All Share (Even If We Won’t Admit It)


    Sexual quirks are more common than you think. Which ones will you admit to? Let’s face it. We’re all a little quirky. And when it comes to sex, we each have our own set of idiosyncrasies that we’re sometimes afraid to admit to. But the experts will assure you that as awkward or weird as […]

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  • July 9, 2018

    Questions to Deepen the Bond With Your Partner


    Dying to uncover your partner’s deepest fantasies and most profound vulnerabilites? All you have to do is ask! During the initial stages of dating, we tend to ask probing questions to get a better sense of a potential partner’s personality and history. But why not take a chance and ask similar questions to a long-term partner? You never know what kind of […]

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  • June 27, 2018

    The Hottest Expert-Approved Sexting Tips


    Sexting is supposedly all the rage. But how many times have you gone back and forth, contemplating what you’re going to write in that next sexy text? How do you communicate what you want and leave your lover with a sense of mystery and intrigue? We’ve joined forces with a few experts to bring you […]

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  • June 25, 2018

    8 Ways to *Love* Your Body


    Adapted from The New Sex Bible. The way you feel about your body is intrinsically related to your experience of sexual pleasure. Research continues to confirm that those who feel most comfortable in their skin report higher levels of sexual functioning and those negative thoughts about your body can impede both sexual desire and response. […]

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