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Sex And Pleasure

Good sex comes from understanding how your body works. Everyone likes different things when it comes to sex, so don't worry about whether you're "normal."



How Do People Have Sex?

Sex is not one size fits all. What you like may not be right for someone else. Everyone is different when it comes to sexual behavior and desires, but here are some common types of sexual activity:


  • Masturbating alone or with a partner 
  • Masturbating
  • Kissing
  • Rubbing your bodies together
  • Using sex toys
  • Phone sex or “sexting”
  • Reading or watching porn


People are affected by different things, so talking about what you like or don't like lets your partner know what's okay and what's off.


Is Sex Good For You?

A healthy sex life is good for you emotionally and physically both. Sex can help you bond with another person, and sexual pleasure has tons of health benefits—whether you're with a partner or not. When you have an orgasm, your body gives you a natural high. You release endorphins, which are hormones that block pain and make you feel good.

There are many other health benefits associated with sexual pleasure:


  • better general health
  • better sleep
  • better self-esteem
  • better fitness
  • less stress and tension
  • a longer life


How Often Do People Have Sex?

There is no amount of sex that is considered "normal" - everyone is different. How often you have sex depends on many thing s, such as whether you have a partner, what else is going on in your life, and how strong your sex drive (your desire to have sex) is.

People have different sex drives. Your own sex drive can change based on stress, the medications you take, and other physical, emotional and lifestyle factors. Some people want to have sex every day or more than once a day, and some people rarely want to have sex. People who do not experience any kind of sexual attraction to anyone can call themselves asexual.



How Can I Have A Healthy Sex Life?

A healthy sex life means taking care of yourself, whether you have a partner or not. Physically, this means having safe sex, getting tested for STDs regularly, preventing unwanted pregnancies, and seeing a doctor or nurse if you have a sexual disorder or any other health problem.

Feeling good about your body, enjoying sexual pleasure, being comfortable with your sexual orientation and gender identity, and having healthy relationships are also big parts of healthy sexuality. Having a healthy sex life means knowing what you do and don't want to do and being able to communicate that to your partner. Your partner should respect your boundaries and you should respect their boundaries.

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