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Lubricants, or lubes, can be used to make sexual acts more pleasurable. They reduce the friction between your skin and the person/object/body part that you are using. Sadly, the amount of people who don't use lubricant or associate it with vaginal dryness only is a damn shame. Let's dive into the world of lubes because when it comes to sex, the wetter the better. 
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We have come to believe that when a man is considered heterosexual and has entered an intimate relationship with a woman, there are just some things he “should” not be into. A heterosexual man is “supposed” to be sexual, he is “supposed” to love trying new things, EXCEPT anything related to anal play. Shakina shares a list of things to know and also a few reminders to explore anal pleasure with your partner. 
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From the greek "Eros" (love) and "Genous" (producing), erogenous zones are spots in the body that have the potential to create sexual arousal. The truth is the entire body has erogenous potential. Hot spots go from head to toe, and are different for each person. In this blog we dive into some of the popular and the not so known hot spots in the human body.
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There are many studies about the connection between how someone feels about themselves and how they express, or not, their sexuality. There is something liberating and powerful about sex, and being empowered is all about accessing this energy. Find out how to be more empowered and the benefits of it. 
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