There are plenty of great reasons to indulge in the joys of sex during your period, and a ton of ways to maximize pleasure when doing it. Still, in order to make it really worth your while, we asked sex experts for their tips on how to embrace sex during your period. Oh yeah, you heard us.
Period sex is one of those taboo subjects that no one wants to talk about, but deep down, everyone wants to know the deets - so what's the real deal? Cosmopolitan spoke to women's menstrual health app, Clue to find out exactly what you need to know about having sex on your period The endorphins released by orgasms can relieve common PMS symptoms such as stress obvsbut they can also relieve menstrual cramps for some people - based on the strength and intensity of the climax.
Yes, period talk can make some people squeamish. After all, Planned Parenthood says that most women are exceptionally horny during their periods. Plus, masturbation is more than just a fun past time — doing so can actually make your period bearable.
Period sex is like pizza: If you want it, you deserve it. You're a human being whose sexual needs don't switch off when blood starts coming out of you. If sex during your period really isn't your thing, though, that's cool too — more on that ahead.
How many times has she gotten your semen in her hair? Make her feel sexy. Instead of leaving kisses across her pussy lips, leave kisses across her thighs.
During and after this time, masturbation can become a normal part of your life. Masturbation is touching or rubbing your genitals. Girls often touch and rub their vulva which includes the clitoris, inner and outer labia, and vaginal opening.
It is common for people to avoid engaging in sexual activities during menstruation. Menstrual blood, tampons, sanitary padsor other menstrual products can potentially make partners feel embarrassed or uncomfortable. During any sexual encounter, it is essential to ensure that your partner is comfortable and has given consent.
Brace yourselves ladies, there's a whole lot to know about the clitoris that they didn't teach us in health class. To help you become a bit more "cliterate," here are 10 facts about this amazing part of your anatomy. Until most textbooks only illustrated the external glans.