Everyone loves sex, right? But hooking up with an old or new partner can be, well, overwhelming sometimes. Here, experts describe the 22 sexiest spots worth paying extra attention to. You know how good it feels when someone plays with your hair? Same thing for men, gals.
They'll be your best friend one night — ready to go for as long as you need them — and then let you down the next night, as if you did something unforgivable to them. If you're confused by that, chances are you're not alone. The relationship between penises and the bodies they're attached to is complex; what arouses one penis might not arouse the next one, and sometimes nothing will work in the moment. It doesn't have to go down that way, though. Here, you'll find some tips that'll hopefully make sex more pleasurable for you and your penis — whether you're dealing with an uncooperative one or just want to learn an extra trick or two.
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An erection is not necessary for sex. This may come as news to you if most of what you know about sex you learned from movies and pornography. But it's true. If you are one of the many people whose sex lives don't involve a flesh-and-blood penis, this is not news to you. Millions of people have amazing sex with no penis at all - hard, soft, or in between.