A sexual relationship is like a dance, a mating ritual. In this context, the set of caresses that are performed before the sexual act itself, the so-called foreplay.
Sex and eroticism have a series of clear differences between them that can help you in your day to day in the best possible way. Find out what those differences are and how eroticism works at its best.
The Kama-Sutra, written by the Indian philosopher Vatsyayana, has become world famous for being considered a mere guide to sexual positions (some of which we would say totally unrealistic).
The human body is endowed with hundreds of thousands of nerve receptors at virtually every point that it signals in the body.
Of all the erogenous points and areas highly sensitive to sexual stimulation the most famous is undoubtedly the G-spot, that supposed internal area of the vagina that some people seem to believe causes instant orgasms. It should be said that the G-spot is nothing more than the inner face of the clitoris, the structure that surrounds the vagina on both sides and on top, with the most visible part of the clitoris being found on the upper part of the vulva. However, in recent years, the so-called male P-spot has become trendy, spot which is nothing more than the prostate itself (the letter P is the first letter of the word prostate).
There is a widespread idea that male orgasms are direct, simple and short. During sex men simply have the orgasm, the orgasm is over in a few seconds and the sex is too. However, the truth is that there is much more room for male exploration and pleasure than most people realize. In this post we will review some techniques to see how men can improve the intensity and quality of their orgasms.