5 Easy Ways to Last Longer During Sex – These Tips Will Drastically Improve Your Sex Life and Hers!

It is an undeniable fact that in order for you to totally please a woman, you must last longer in bed. Premature ejaculation is a total nightmare for any guy. It can also be a lot more frustrating if you found out that your lover is seeking satisfaction and pleasure elsewhere. A woman loves a long sexual marathon because it gives her sky-high orgasms. In order to help you lower the risk of ejaculating prematurely, here are five easy ways that you can do to stay long and hard. Read on!

1. Masturbating before you engage in sexual intercourse can help you last longer. You do not need to feel awkward or ashamed about it. You can also perform the act in front of your lover; she just might get turned on seeing you do the act, and you may even try mutual masturbation, wherein both of you can achieve an orgasm, and then move on to sexual intercourse.

2. Focus solely on pleasing your partner. In case you cannot stop thinking about it, distract yourself by looking at your partner’s body movements. Enjoy the fact that the things you do are pleasurably stimulating her.

Also watch if she is pulling towards you or not, how her breathing and heart rate are, and if her toes are curling or not, as these are all signs that she is enjoying it, or that she is about to orgasm, which is good news for you.

3. Frequent pausing can also help stop you from over heating and ejaculating. You can still have her heated up by applying pressure on her clitoris. Fondling her clitoris and not thrusting helps you please her and at the same time minimize the possibility of you ejaculating fast.

4. Proper positioning matters. Try to steer away from sex positions that you know could make you ejaculate fast and choose those that will enable you to control your climax without compromising the overall sensation. The woman on top is highly recommended because the woman is the one moving and setting the motion – not you.

5. Changing sex positions can also give you that breathing space so that you can cool down a bit. If you are finding one position to be too intense, switch to another which you know won’t make you feel so stimulated.

Sex Ed: For Parents or Students (Preteens or Teens)?

Sex is a delicate topic, regardless of who is talking about it. When sex and children are mentioned in the same breath, the subject becomes even more sensitive. From Abstinence Only to Comprehensive Sex Education, the subject matter encompasses various meanings and belief systems attached to the concept, depending on one’s community, upbringing, school system, government, and many more variables.

While many towns and cities around the country debate on how and if Sex Education should be handled IN the school, WHO needs it becomes an interesting issue. This past summer, in fact, a college student posed the following idea: PARENTS today need Sex Ed. We’ve been quite focused on Sex Ed for preteen and teen students, that perhaps, we’ve forgotten about others who may need Sex Ed too. We have to ask the question: do parents need Sex Education more than teens and preteens do?

I speak with many parents as I travel around the world, and my experiences usually end up supporting the hypothesis above. It seems like many parents today, do indeed need Sex Education. Why do I say this?

1) Many parents are naive when it comes to dating and sexual activity among their pre-teen and teenager sons and daughters. Parents constantly share how everyone wants to believe, “Not my child,” and avoid the subject of Sex Ed.

2) For parents who want to discuss Sex Ed at home, the biggest issue is usually how they don’t know HOW to talk about the issue – besides trying to “scare” their child away from intimacy. The intentions are there, but many parents simply aren’t equipped to tackle Sex Ed on their own.

3) Many parents are also unaware of sexual fads among school age children. Whenever this comes up, many Moms and Dads will give a bewildered look and say “I’m 45 years old and have never tried that, and never would.” What they don’t know, or perhaps, what they implicitly accept, is that their children may sometimes be thinking and acting beyond what they, as parents, can imagine.

What do you think? Do you think that today’s parents need Sex Education? If so, what do you think parents need to learn and/or discover?

Some argue that Sex Education “is a subject which should be taught at home.” Do you agree? Is home the ONLY right place for teaching “Sex Ed”? Would teaching both AT HOME and AT SCHOOL be more effective, or less?

Do most parents at home have the right information for teaching the subject matter? If you think parents do need Sex Education, how would you recommend providing the education? More importantly, how do you convince parents to actually attend SexEd classes?

Protecting Penis Health After a Vasectomy – Pre-Op Advice and Tips

There comes a point in a man’s life where perhaps he has had all the children he wants to have – or maybe he is sure that kids are just not on the table for him – and he starts kicking around the idea of under “going the knife.” While a vasectomy may seem like a pretty straightforward procedure, it certainly isn’t something to be taken lightly. See what other men are wondering about the procedure and learn the risks, benefits and how to ensure adequate penis care, both pre- and post-vasectomy.

So, it’s 100% effective, right?

As the old saying goes, nothing in this world is guaranteed except death and taxes, and a vasectomy falls into the category of almost being a sure thing. The fact of the matter is, about 0.2% (or 2 out of 1000) of men who have undergone the procedure experience ongoing fertility, even several months after the surgery has been completed. This occurs either because of human error during surgery, or because the cut ends actually reconnect and heal themselves after the procedure has been done. Additionally, some men (1 in 2000) have a spontaneous recurrence of fertility months or even years after the procedure proved them sterile. All men should get a semen test several months after the procedure to ensure that it worked – men who are worried about spontaneous recurrence of fertility can get their semen tested at any time to ensure sterility has remained, though it is very rare after a negative test. It is also important to know that it takes a while for a man to completely go through his stores of semen in the body, therefore, condoms should be used for a few months after the procedure until that negative test has been confirmed by a doctor.

Is it permanent? What if my wife changes her mind about kids?

If there is even the slightest thought that kids could be in the future, a delay on the big V should be strongly considered. Though the procedure can occasionally be reversed years later, the surgery to reinstate fertility is only roughly 50% successful. Therefore, most doctors recommend a man consider it a permanent procedure.

What are the risks?

Breathe a sigh of relief, guys, there are typically no reported changes to a man’s sex drive, erectile strength, orgasm, or ejaculation after the procedure. The biggest risk tends to be men ditching the rubbers too soon after the procedure, leading to an unwanted pregnancy. Of course, any surgery comes with risk; however, serious complications occur in less than 1% of vasectomies.

Does it hurt?

Most men find the procedure to be mildly uncomfortable, while some men indicate zero pain at all. Of course, everybody reacts to anesthetic and surgical procedures differently, so results vary for each man. Healing is generally quick, and most men require nothing more than an over the counter medication for pain or swelling.

A guy can go condom-free after a vasectomy, right?

A man in a monogamous, long-term relationship where both partners have been screened for sexually transmitted infections can finally ditch those condoms. However, a vasectomy does not protect either partner from infections, so if a guy has multiple partners, he needs to keep the condoms handy.

Keeping the penis healthy

Regardless of a man’s surgery plans, he needs to keep the penis healthy to maintain the best possible sex life. One important way to do this is by stepping up the hygiene routine – as excessive bacteria or yeast can lead to unpleasant infections and odors. After exiting the shower, a man should use a penis health cream (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil) full of essential vitamins and nutrients, including the bacteria-busting vitamin A to cut back on unpleasant odors, as well as natural emollients to support healthy, resilient and responsive penile skin.