Entries tagged with “Sex”
Sex therapists and coaches share the innovative approaches they use to inspire greater intimacy
1. Essentially, what do women really want from men?The number one thing that women want when they are seeking a partner to date is trustworthiness. First, she needs to know that sh…
Connecting to our sexual selves doesn’t always have to mean connecting to another person.
Dear Eve,I’m trying to get a guy back. This is our "short" history (my mistakes are numbered): I ended a two-year, depressing relationship, and I was on the rebound, not ready for …
As more relationships open, I wanted to learn if this can be a spiritual practice for growing love.
A guided meditation to harness your sexual energy.
When the only goal of sex is pleasure through play for the sake of itself, we can surprise ourselves with how much is actually possible.
Nadia Bolz-Weber chats with Rami about sex, religion, and shame.
The yoga of relationships.
Did you know that there is a Religious Institute on Sexual Morality, Justice, and Healing? On January 8, the Religious Institute, together with Union Theological Seminary in New Yo…
Sex and orgasms have incredible health benefits for mind and body.
Dear Eve,I’ve been married 30 years. My wife has several health ailments, because of which our love style has changed. We are no longer having sex.I’m in very good health, approach…
The Polynesian Way of LovingBecause of their natural, relaxed attitude about communal nudity, having been immersed in it since birth, some South Sea island peoples were able to pas…
Bliss and pleasure are enhanced by presence. Imagine making love that way.
When it comes to sex, listening goes a lot deeper than hearing.
Get busy and sharpen your memory.
Appreciating the sexual feelings in our everyday lives
In her new book, the best-selling author Iris Krasnow reveals how women really feel about intimacy—from their text-driven 20s to their golden years.
Why people have sex doesn’t seem like a mystery, but a study at the University of Texas asked that very question. We might assume that “it feels good” or “I wanted to show my love”…