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We are baring it all to provide answers to 20 questions about sex that you just can’t bring yourself to ask anyone. So sit back, relax and read on for some relief because embarrassing things happen to everyone, not just you.
Where’s my G-spot?
There are two schools of thought here. One believes the G-spot is the glandular tissue around the urethra (roughly two inches inside your vagina). The second says it’s deeper, near the bladder wall in the trigone, or T Zone. And then, of course, there are those who say it’s a combination of the two. Don’t be afraid to explore and find what works for you.
Should I be embarrassed if I toot during the deed?
Nope — it’s normal. The muscles in and around your genitals relax upon climax, so built-up gas is likely to sneak out. But if you’re feeling self-conscious, take an over-the-counter anti-gas medication while slipping into something a little more comfortable.
I had a sex dream … about a woman. Am I bisexual?
Dreams, no matter how erotic, do not define your sexual identity. Most likely, this event indicates a lack of closeness with your current partner and a subsequent desire for more intimacy — paired with a completely innocent crush.
Does my cold sore mean I have herpes?
The short answer is yes. That said, cold sores and genital herpes each stem from a different strain of the herpes simplex virus (HSV). HSV-1 usually occurs above the waist, whereas HSV-2 usually hits below the belt. Both are treatable, but neither is curable.
Can specific exercises improve sex?
Absolutely. Cardio improves your energy and stamina, while strength training and stretching help you execute more adventurous positions. And above all, work on your Kegels, ladies. The stronger those muscles are, the more intense your orgasms will be, according to Chicago sex and relationship therapist Laura Berman, Ph.D.
Is cybersex cheating?
This is a good question with no definitive answer. So instead, ask yourself this: If your partner read your risque online exchanges, would they be hurt, angry or resentful? If yes, then it’s probably cheating.
Will my vagina be noticeably looser after having a baby?
Unfortunately, yes. For at least a short time following childbirth, your vagina will be between 1 and 4 centimeters larger. Variables like how big the baby was, how long you were in labor, and whether or not you’re doing Kegel exercises will influence its bounce-back rate.
I’ve never had an orgasm from intercourse. Am I abnormal?
Not one bit. In fact, 70 percent of women don’t orgasm during intercourse without direct clitoral stimulation. It’s totally acceptable — and encouraged — for one of you to lend a hand.
Can anal sex cause hemorrhoids?
Quite the contrary, actually. If you’re using a good lubricant and it feels comfortable, not forced, tush play actually improves anal strength and flexibility to help prevent hemorrhoids.
Why doesn’t my vulva look like a centerfold’s?
When you combine childbirth with aging, your once-tight vajayjay understandably changes. Unlike the ladies in the magazines, you don’t have Photoshop on your side. But if you can’t get over your loose lips, you can consider trimming with labiaplasty or tightening with perineoplasty.