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  • February 15, 2018

    12 Libido-Boosting Foods for a Healthy Sex Life


    If you’re looking to boost your libido, enhance performance and intensify your overall sexual experience, look no further than your grocery shopping cart. Research suggests that the foods you consume can affect sexual desire, functioning and experience so consider making a few adjustments to your diet in the name of better sex. We’ve curated this […]

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  • February 14, 2018

    How to Spice Things Up for Valentine’s Day (All Ages For Couples)


    1. How important is Valentine’s Day? I don’t think Valentine’s Day is particularly important in many relationships; in fact, I’m not a huge fan of V-Day, as I believe it often relegates romance, intimacy, and eroticism to one day per year. You’re better off investing in your relationship on a daily basis as opposed to […]

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  • February 12, 2018

    How To Have The Hottest Sex Ever This Valentine’s Day


    Do it in the Morning This Valentine’s Day, kickstart your morning with a passionate lovemaking session and let your intimacy soar alongside levels of your feel-good hormone, oxytocin. I know. I hear over and over again that most women don’t like morning sex, but there are a number of good reasons to reconsider this timely […]

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  • February 7, 2018

    Sexy (And Affordable) Gift Ideas for Valentine’s Day


    Valentine’s Day may be a commercial holiday and you’ve probably heard me bemoan the risk of relegating romance and intimacy to one day per year. However, if you like V-day and want to celebrate, that’s all that matters. So here are a few ideas for sexy gifts that won’t break the bank: Print some sexy […]

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  • February 5, 2018

    Common Sex Questions Debunked


    1. How often should a couple be having sex/ how often is normal? The average is “several times per month to weekly”, but ultimately what works for one couple will not necessarily work for another, so you need to communicate your needs to the each other. Sexual frequency is positively correlated with increases in happiness; […]

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