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Night Angel, I want to do more in the bedroom than a two minute quick session with my babe. But unfortunately I just can't last the distance. Could you please give me a few ideas on how to get more out of our time together? NeedMore

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Posted on May 31st. 2007
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NeedMore, well to start with, it's time you worked on your foreplay time because that would mean you and your babe would be able to experience more pleasures and sensations when you are together. Sensual massages could be shared, touching, kissing, playing, and some oral sex for her would work wonders. It doesn't always have to be a quick two minute session. Giving her an orgasm before you have intercourse is one way of giving her as much pleasure as you can. Don't rush those moments and you can both enjoy them as much as each other.

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When it comes to kinky sex, my partner and I often like to try something a little different, but what I want to try is asphyxiation. I'd like to gently hold my hand to her neck and squeeze just as she is about to climax... is this a normal thing to want to try and how do I do it so that it remains a safe practice? Takeherbreathaway.

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Posted on May 26th. 2007
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Wow! What a question. You really do need to do some research on this because the last thing you want to do is cause injury or death to your partner, as I am sure you don't. First up let me share with you some information I found in regards to erotic asphyxiation. As you must be aware asphyxiation can lead to death, however I found that it is also used non-fatally in martial arts, combat sports, BDSM and during sex as erotic asphyxia.

Asphyxiophilia, breath contol play or scarfing is really a potential lethal practice of intentionally reducing the amount of oxygen to the brain during sexual stimulation. This practice is done in order to heighten the received pleasure from an orgasm or orgasms. Before you decide to go ahead with this practice, please read up on it because it is extremely dangerous and it is one that results in many accidental deaths each year.

Personally, I know I stop anyone who tries to do that to me when I am enjoying my sexual experience, in fact it turns me off more than anything. It's a scare factor that I never ever want to even contimplate trying. But if you do decide to do it, then please read up before you try. I am not sure that there is a truly safe way to practice this because it has too many risks involved. Sorry I can't help you further... Night Angel.

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Answered on May 26th. 2007
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Night Angel, I wrote some time ago because I had no idea how to find out about a girl's body, I didn't know the right places to touch her, but since then I've tried lots of ways to please my new girl and now we want to try something a little different. My girlfriend and I have discussed having sex while she is menstruating (having her period). Is this safe? jakeamany

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Posted on May 22nd. 2007
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Jakeamany, it's great to hear that you have learnt so much about a girl and to have come so far with your new girlfriend. You must be really touching places that make her feel good if she wants to try something a little different with you. Having sex with a girl / woman that is menstruating is perfectly natural. Although some may disagree. What you need to remember is that there will of course be a mess and if that doesn't turn you off then go for it. A girl can experience lots of pleasure when she is menstruating and I have known men to oral to girls at this time. They never got ill from the experience. If you both agree to try it, then yes it is safe to do so. But also remember that if you are practising safe sex this is still a time to do that. Have fun...

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Answered on May 22nd. 2007
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I just found out that I m pregnant, my first. Iím very concerned about sex during my pregnancy, I know a pregnant woman can still enjoy sexual intercourse during pregnancy. However Iím not sure which positions I should avoid enjoying so as not to hurt our baby. I absolutely get great stimulation from all positions and have sex in every one of them regularly. Is there certain ones I should not do as my pregnancy develops over the months till delivery? Sandra B.

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Posted on May 18th. 2007
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SandraB, congratulations! Lots of women are concerned about sex when they first fall pregnant, especially when it is their first time, so I do understand your concerns. I have always looked at sex as being very enjoyable and if you enjoyed sex before you fell pregnant, there should be no reason why you wouldn't enjoy it now. You need to go to your midwife or obstertrician and speak to them about you having sex while you are pregnant. Tell them your concerns and they will suggest what you can do to ease your concerns so that you will keep enjoying sex until you are full term.

I found sex to be very enjoyable during pregancy and the best positions I found were to be on top of the man, from behind, laying on my side... Be in control of every movement, if it hurts you, change positions. But most importantly, talk to your medical team who are looking after you. I don't work in the medical profession so you really do need to get some advice from them. All the best.. Night Angel.

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Answered on May 18th. 2007
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We have been taking our fantasies further along in our relationship. We are at the point were we would like to start to move along and experience more into fetishes. Our experiences in Anal, bondage and spanking have been fantastic. Our curiosity is now in more restriction, humiliation and light torture. We want to follow this curiosity, but are a little bit hesitant without the knowledge of proper administration to prevent anything drastic happening to either of us. Can you point us to somewhere to learn more about our adventure? Curious Couple

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Posted on May 18th. 2007
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Curious COuple, it's good to see that you both want to try something a little different. And being safe is one of the most important lessons for all of us to learn. First up before you start experimenting with light torture or even taking that a little further, you both need to decide on a safe word. It could be anything as long as you both agree that you understand that that word is your safe word. You need to trust each other.

In your area where you live or even in the next city or town or state... you may find a bondage teacher who will teach you both the aspects of light torture, bondage and being restricted. Having the right teacher will be very beneficial in practicing before you begin experimenting on each other. Night Angel.

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Answered on May 18th. 2007
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My husbandís cock is very small, about 4 inches in length. Though it is enough to sometimes stimulate me enough for an occasional orgasm, I have a huge desire for a much larger cock. I love him very much and would never cheat on him. I have heard that some men wear a strap on sometimes to help with this desire. Is there a special one that will not only satisfy my wishes but also give him some type of pleasure at the same time? Wantin More!

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Posted on May 10th. 2007
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Sometimes a little bit more is all it takes for you both to enjoy an orgasm together. I believe that you can purchase tools that will stimulate both you and your partner. There are two ways to do this, if you have a local adult shop near you that you feel comfortable going to, the go and see someone who can recommend a toy for you to use, or you can search online and both you and your partner can pick out a toy that you both feel will work. It's a case of try and see and feel which one will suit both you and your partner. Enjoy those times together.

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Answered on May 10th. 2007

 

 

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