The word ‘douche’ is French for ‘washing’ or ‘soaking’. When discussing the vagina, it refers to the practice of washing one’s vagina with usually a combination of water and vinegar. And as it happens, most of the myths surrounding the issue are highly dangerous to one’s vaginal health. Here’s a look into the harmful practice of douching – why people do it and the many reasons why one shouldn’t.
We talk a lot about foreplay and what happens during sex, but what we don’t talk about enough is what happens after. Aftercare is a broad term for how you and your partner support each other and check-in after you’ve had sex. Read through to pick up some tips on how to make your after care even more accommodating.
Sexual dysfunction is a “person’s inability to participate in a sexual relationship as they would wish”. Read on to find out what are its causes and treatment.
That first sip of hot cocoa on a chilly winter night in a cuddly blanket? Flipping onto the cooler side of a pillow on a humid night? Finally letting out that long awaited sneeze? Sounds orgasmic? Well, this isn’t exactly it, read through to understand what really is.
The article talks about the depiction of explicit content and linking it to ideas about pleasure. The ideas are not only misinformed but also impact an individual’s life in the longer run.
If you’re becoming tired of mainstream porn (understandable so), here are a few alternatives that you could consider that may appeal to your senses!