Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Sex Kits From Adam & Eve

Hi There,
I know I know, it has been ages since I have been by and posted anything but life has been super busy and time seems to just fly by. I had to stop by today and let everyone know about the awesome kits that Adam & Eve have put together.

They have put together 6 great kits so if you are looking at getting into anal play, erotic massage, g-spot exploration, couples play or more then check out theses sexy kits here!

Have fun!

Monday, December 7, 2009

Time to Think About Christmas & Sex of Course!

Hi Everyone,
Well in just 18 short days it will be Christmas time and if you are looking for a fun gift this holiday season that just keeps on giving then head on over to Sex4Couples.info where you will discover some fantastic gifts that will help improve your sexual experience.

Improving sex for couples is all about trying new things and having fun while doing so. If you are looking for something special this Christmas that can help turn your sex life around, please take the time time visit Sex4Couples.info today and get your Christmas shopping started!

Monday, November 30, 2009

Sex Toys-Helping Improve Sex Life

Hope that everyone had a great weekend and that they managed to burn off their turkey dinners in the most enjoyable way possible, wink wink. I found a great article that gives a great primer on sex toys and is the perfect read for anyone who is interested in sex toys but does not really no much about them. Don't forget to visit Sex4Couples to discover great ways of improving sex for couples.

Source: These Toys Aren't for Tots


Whether you’re looking to add some excitement to the bedroom or fill the hole of an absent sexual partner, a great way of doing either is through the use of sex toys.

If you can imagine it, then it is more than likely it exists. From sex furniture to novelty toys, the human mind has conceived everything. Sex toys come in a variety of categories for both men and women.

For starters there are a wide variety of toys that are created specifically for foreplay. Edible underwear and erotic dusts are some of the top selling items across the country. Products such as these are great ways of ensuring that you and your partner both have an enjoyable time.

But for those looking to take things to the next level, whips and handcuffs are a great way of doing so. Just make sure to remember your safe word or you might soon find your experience turning from pleasure to pain all to quick.

Some sex toys are a bit more literal in their meaning. There are a vast amount of different sex based games available to couples. Dice and card games are the most common, but others such as board games are also available.

In the world of sex toys, most tend to associate the term with female devices such as dildos and various vibrators. However there are a large amount of toys designed specifically for male stimulation.

Many of the male sex toys available take the form of mock vaginas, affectionately referred to as “pocket pu**ies.” But there are toys designed after mouths for those more geared towards an oral fixation.

The most recognizable of all, however, is the Fleshlight created by Interactive Life Forms. The Fleshlight is named for the flesh like material that it is made from, as well as the size and shape that bares a striking resemblance to a flashlight.

Over the past few years this product has become one of the most sought after sex toys available to men. With over 2 million units sold, the Fleshlight is one of if not the highest selling male sex toy in the industry. With numbers like that it's hard to argue against the effectiveness of the Fleshlight.

Perhaps what makes the Fleshlight so popular is its customizability. Like many other products, such as dildos and vibrators, the Fleshlight comes in a variety of colors. But it doesn't end there.

Customers of the Fleshlight can choose from five different types of orifices depending on their preference. The five options are the lady (a full sized vagina), the mouth, the butt, the mini maid (a scaled down option of doggystyle), and the stealth, which doesn’t look like any human orifice but allows men to get some satisfaction discretely.

After selecting which opening they would like, customers then decide upon the texture for the interior of their Fleshlight. The options for textures are even more numerous then the orifices. Wonder wave, super ribbed and speed bump are only a few of the many choices available to its customers.

With all the success that the Fleshlight has had, it's no wonder that Interactive Life Forms has found ways to expand upon the Fleshlight hype. One such way is with their line of Fleshlight motion products.

The Fleshlight motion line is a series of mounts for ones Fleshlight. Tagged as "The ultimate hands free experience," the mounts come in a several different positions, such as the Double Dog Dare and On A Mission. Interactive Life Forms also states that Fleshlight motion products are an excellent way of building ones stamina.

So whether it's an edible pair of undies or a flashlight shaped vagina, sex toys are a great way of improving your sex life and making sure you get the most bang for your buck.

Visit Sex4Couples for a great selection of adult toys, movies, games and more.

Friday, November 27, 2009

Time to Burn Off That Turkey!

I hope that all of you in the US had a wonderful Thanksgiving but it is time to burn of those turkey dinners with a good passionate evening of sex! Need some ideas? Visit Sex4Couples and discover some new ways to have fun in the bedroom, or any other room for the matter!

Since it is Black Friday for all you shoppers out there that means it is now time to start thinking about Christmas! What better than the gift of better sex for couples? Stop by Sex4Couples and put together your wish list or buy something special of the lover in your life.

Have a great weekend everyone and get busy burning off those turkey dinners!

Monday, November 23, 2009

Introducing Sex Toys

If you have ever been interested in sex toys but not really sure how to introduce them into your relationship then this article will hopefully be some help. Sex4Couples is another site you should check out for a great selection of sex toys, guides, lubes, movies and more. So go ahead check this article out and then head over to Sex4Couples and see just how many cool things there are for you to introduce!

Source: Introducing Sex Toys into a Relationship
Ah, new relationships -- blissful -- yet they can be tricky.
You've got to ask yourself all of those important questions, like: "whose house to sleep at tonight?" "when should he/she meet my parents?" And of course, "how do I introduce my new partner to my favorite vibrator?" Your sex toys may have become your tried and true friends. Outlasting most of your relationships and definitely keeping you company when you are sans partner. So here are some suggestions to help the introductions go smoothly.

Start Slow

Don't scare him or her off by worshipping your toy. It is more important to be focused on your partner than an inanimate object. After a few rewarding sessions of sex without the help of a sex toy start considering how you might broach the subject. Many partners are intrigued if not turned on by the use of sexual enhancements but don't make any assumptions.

Bringing it up
You can easily figure out how your partner feels about toy use by dropping a few hints or asking point blank. Have they ever used toys before? If so, what kind? Opening a dialogue can help take the guesswork out of it. Creating a sense of openness about sexuality in general will help to create a safe environment to explore. Rather than dropping the bomb while he/she is reading the morning paper, leave some erotica out or suggest an adult movie where toys are used. The Many Joys of Sex Toys is a subtle or not so subtle suggestion.

Resistance
If there is some resistance on your partners part, negotiate an agreement. There are the occasional people who take offense to their partner using a toy. It may be a matter of slowly incorporating them into toy use as a couple or just agreeing to disagree and still using toys for masturbation without your partner. If this concern comes up it is important to let your partner know that your toy is not a threat to him/her or your relationship.

Get it out in the open.
Shop for a new toy together There may be an assumption that old toys = use with old partners. So plan a shopping spree. You can shop online together. This way you are both involved.

Start looking for your new sex toy at Sex4Couples and starting down your path of better sex for couples today!

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

More Sex = Better Sex = Stronger Relationship

Vindication is finally mine and it makes me so happy to be a part of Sex4Couples.info. I found this great article on CBS that talks about two couples who went on a mission, their marriages where in a rough patch and they decided to have sex for 365 days straight.

Now I am now saying we need to have sex everyday but it really proves to me that have regular sex and experimenting with new thing will bring you and your partner much closer than ever before. Every couple in a serious relationship should read this article and if you know of anyone who should read this please send them a link to this blog. Here is the article...

Source: Can 365 Nights Of Sex Bolster A Marriage?

If you decided to have sex every day, would your relationship benefit?

Two long-married couples decided to find out. When lovemaking fell off their respective "to-do" lists, they ditched the sweats, bought sex toys and books, stepped up exercise, lit candles, and took trips. Then they chronicled their "sexperiment" in two recently released books, Just Do It: How One Couple Turned Off the TV and Turned On Their Sex Lives for 101 Days (No Excuses!) by Doug Brown and 365 Nights: A Memoir of Intimacy by Charla Muller with Betsy Thorpe.

But will daily sex really help a relationship that's hit a rough patch? Some experts say yes; others aren't so sure. As for the two couples who tried it, the Browns and the Mullers, both say the experiment strengthened their marriages in -- and out -- of the bedroom.

Charla Muller had been married for eight years to her husband, Brad, when she embarked on what she calls "the year of the gift" as a way to celebrate her husband's 40th birthday Rather than fixing anything wrong in her marriage , she writes that frequent sex made her happier, less angry, and less stressed.

Doug Brown's wife, Annie Brown, initiated the offer of daily sex after hearing about sexless marriages on Oprah. He had a similar revelation after they started having daily sex. A feature writer for The Denver Post, Brown writes of releasing "an avalanche of flesh pleasures upon our relationship."

"There's a special sense of being desired that only comes from sex," he tells WebMD. "You can be good at your job or at sports, but the daily confirmation you get through sex is a super feeling."


Reversing the Downward Sex Spiral

According to the National Opinion Research Center, the average American couple reports having sex 66 times a year. Newsweek has noted that 15% to 20% of couples have sex less than 10 times a year, which is defined as a "sexless" marriage.

Familiarity, advancing age, work pressures, the challenges of raising a family, and household responsibilities all conspire against regular sex among many otherwise loving couples who feel too harried to get physical.

When Doug Brown and his wife began their experiment in 2006, they were juggling two kids and two jobs. Married for 14 years, they averaged sex three times a month. And he admits he had performance anxiety .

"I felt I had to be a porn star or an Olympic gold medalist. That melted away with [daily] sex. We learned so much about each other. Sex became much more playful and that translated into a more playful union. We regained an electricity that wasn't always there before."

They also lost their inhibitions and embarrassment about the subject and gained confidence. "Now we can talk about anything."

The Mullers had a similar experience.

"I didn't realize how much not being [regularly] intimate stressed our relationship," Charla Muller tells WebMD. "I was a bit of a dodger, because I felt pressure to make it fabulous, because who knows when it will come around again? Now I'm not willing to give it up again."

She says an unexpected benefit of daily sex was the kindness it required of the couple.

"I wasn't expecting that. I thought we would only have to be really nice after hours. But we both had to bring our best game to the marriage every day. That was an important part of what went on behind closed doors."
The Science of Frequent Sex

Helen Fisher, PhD, a research professor and member of the Center for Human Evolutionary Studies in the department of anthropology at Rutgers University, says couples trigger sex drive, romance , and attachment -- along with their attendant hormones, testosterone, dopamine, and oxytocin --with regular sexual activity.

Fisher is an advocate of frequent sex.

She says that in some hunting and gathering societies, such as the Kung bushmen in the southern Kalahari, couples often make love every day for relaxation. Unlike our time-pressed culture, there is more leisure time.

"Sex is designed to make you feel good for a reason," says Fisher. "With someone you love, I recommend it for many reasons: It's good for your health and good for your relationship. It's good for respiration, muscles, and bladder control. It's a fine antidepressant , and it can renew your energy."

Andrea M. Macari, PhD, a clinical psychologist who specializes in sex therapy in Great Neck, N.Y., says the theories presented in the two books reflect sex therapy literature.

"Regular sex actually increases sexual deire in the couple," she tells WebMD. "In other words, the more you 'do it,' the more the individuals will seek it. You develop a desire that wasn't normally there. The act itself is reinforcing."

But she points out that sex doesn't have to be "mind-blowing."

"I encourage couples to have 'good enough' sex. This sets realistic expectations and often lowers anxiety. Sex is like pizza: even when it's bad, it's usually still pretty good. On a scale from one to 10, good-enough sex is between 5 and 7."

Doug Brown admits that he and his wife were tired on many nights. But, he says, "Once we started, we got in the mood. We were never sorry we did it."


Scheduled Sex: Good for Your Relationship?

"The two married couples who document having sex on a daily basis are great role models for other couples who want to take their relationship to a higher level of intimacy," says Ava Cadell, PhD, founder and president of Loveology University and a certified sex counselor.

Cadell's six-week course called "Passion Power" includes a commitment form, a questionnaire, and daily sensual exercises to help couples deepen their bond. "When a couple makes a commitment to explore and expand their sexuality together, they become 100% fluent in the art of love, intimacy, and sexuality. They can stay in lust forever."

But some experts think scheduled sex can backfire.

Pepper Schwartz, PhD, a professor of sociology at the University of Washington in Seattle, says, "Whether or not it works, most couples can't do it. Those who do maintain that kind of schedule have either a sexual appetite of Olympian proportions or have at least one partner who finds that as their most important way of staying connected and the other partner has tremendous grace and goodwill. There are no couples I have ever met that are in that good a mood, or have that kind of energy every day. So this is a model that will appeal to few and be practiced by even fewer."

But, she concedes, staying sexually and emotionally connected on a frequent basis has merit.

"Sexual attraction and sexual arousal bring to bear two very important hormones, dopamine and oxytocin, both of which create bliss and bonding. Even if the lovemaking session started out with only a modest amount of interest, once arousal starts, these hormones create attachment, pleasure, and intimacy. So while everyday sex isn't necessary, frequent sex is a great bonus and even an essential part of most couple's commitment and happiness with one another."

Stress management expert Debbie Mandel, MA, thinks such sex might be a bit "gimmicky" and could lead to dissatisfaction.

"In many cases, abstinence makes the heart grow fonder. You don't have to abstain for a long period of time -- a few days off creates anticipation and eagerness. You might love steak, but having it every night diminishes the gustatory pleasure. Habituate yourself to regular sex, but don't ever let love become a routine, a robotic obligatory habit."

Doug Brown disagrees. He says setting up a period of time -- be it a long weekend, a week, or a month -- is a way to jump-start a sagging sexual relationship. "It should be possible for any couple to do it for a week and for it not to be a chore. It's free and it's fun. Why not plan it and take
advantage of it? Anticipation is a big part of sex."

Having sex every day may be unrealistic for most couples, but if you and your partner want to ramp up your sex life, experts offer the following tips for success:

Increase in increments. Muller recommends couples start by doubling their frequency. Then doubling it again in six months.

Re-examine your sex life -- often. Though they now average sex three times a week, Doug Brown says his wife recently told him they need a "tune-up," or a mini-marathon of sex.

Act on your desires. "Whenever you have the urge, says Macar, head straight for the bedroom. The more time [that elapses] between having the idea and following up and you'll lose motivation."

Fake it till you make it. Several experts agree: Even if you aren't in the mood, once you begin, you'll enjoy sex.

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Monday, November 16, 2009

Discussing Sex Exploration

Well I hope that everyone's weekend was great! I am back at it and today I thought I would share a great posting that was done regarding how to discuss sexual exploration with your partner. It is all great and dandy that you are wanting to explore things like sex toys, movies and more but is your partner agreeing with you? Do they even know how you feel? If you don't know how to approach your partner then this is a great quick read....

Source: How Do I Bring Up Exploration With My Partner?

I've lived my whole life in a cookie-cutter version of my sexuality. I'm starting to come out of my shell a bit, coming to terms with my body, and enjoying my sexuality. My most recent endeavor was taking nude to semi-nude photos of myself and putting them together in a movie/slideshow set to music for my husband's birthday. I was terrified that he wouldn't like it, or that I'd made a fool of myself, but he enjoyed it. While I was shooting the pictures and looking at myself naked on camera, I realized that I enjoyed the feeling of dressing up and being sexually aggressive. I also wanted you to know that to date the only other addition to our sex life has been a lubricant I bought off the shelf at Target when I thought no one was looking. Now I'd like to try adding toys/cuffs, etc. or costumes into our sex life, but I have a couple of questions.

First, how do I tell my husband I'm interested in this? Or do I not tell him, buy what I want and just introduce it to him and hope he likes it?

Second, do you have any suggestions for where to start? What should I buy or try to begin with?

Any help you can offer to someone just putting a toe in the pool would be helpful.

Thank you.

Hello -

Good for you for taking a major first step. It took guts to put the slideshow together. He responded favorably, so I think you two are ready to go to the next place.

Communication is key. Talking about desires heightens them and helps both partners feel comfortable. I would talk to him about the slideshow and ask what turned him on about the experience. Was it that you took the initiative? Being voyeuristic? The trust you showed?

Move on to asking him what his fantasies are and be ready to talk about your own. What specifically turned you on? What would you do again? Change?

I would also suggest exploring an on-line sex store like my new favorite one, Passionale in Philadelphia, PA. See what appeals to you and/or to him. Be ready to try new things. What are you willing to try for him and vice versa? Going through sites or catalogues together and talking about the goods is likely to spark more fantasies and things to try. So talk and try and have fun!!

So for all of you out there who are ready to broaden their sexual horizons, please visit us at Sex4Couples.info and check out some of the great sex toys, movies, guides and more.