An essential exploration of why and how women’s sexuality works – based on groundbreaking research and brain science – that will radically transform your sex life into one filled with confidence and joy.
The first lesson in this essential, transformative book by Dr. Emily Nagoski is that every woman has her own unique sexuality, like a fingerprint, and that women vary more than men in our anatomy, our sexual response mechanisms, and the way our bodies respond to the sexual world. So we never need to judge ourselves based on others’ experiences. Because women vary, and that’s normal.
Second lesson: sex happens in a context. And all the complications of everyday life influence the context surrounding a woman’s arousal, desire, and orgasm.
Cutting-edge research across multiple disciplines tells us that the most important factor for women in creating and sustaining a fulfilling sex life, is not what you do in bed or how you do it, but how you feel about it. Which means that stress, mood, trust, and body image are not peripheral factors in a woman’s sexual wellbeing; they are central to it. Once you understand these factors, and how to influence them, you can create for yourself better sex and more profound pleasure than you ever thought possible.
And Emily Nagoski can prove it.
Painful sex is a condition that causes embarrassment and silence—often going undiscussed or misdiagnosed; as many as 40 percent of women who suffer from it won’t seek medical care. And most medical professionals are still in the dark when it comes to women’s sexual pain. In this book, three leading experts tackle the stereotypes, myths, and realities of sexual pain in an easy-to-understand, accessible way that will help you get the help you need and deserve. Drs. Andrew Goldstein MD, Caroline Pukall PhD, and Irwin Goldstein MD, offer answers to your most pressing questions, as well as:
- Up-to-date information on the more than 20 causes of sexual pain
- How to choose the right doctor—and how to interpret your doctor’s language
- Valuable tips for understanding sexual pain, and what can be done about it
- How to rebuild sexual intimacy once the pain is gone
Featuring groundbreaking research and stories from women who’ve also suffered—and recovered—When Sex Hurts provides all of the tools you need to stop hurting and start healing.
Because stress and ignorance can turn the anus and its functions from a source of delight into a painful disability, what’s need is an owner’s manual — and here it is!
In this guide to – you guessed it! – anal pleasure and health, therapist and sexologist Jack Morin, Ph.D., gives excellent and comprehensive information and exercises to open new doors of comfort and gratification. You’ll unlearn habits that can cause everything from hemorrhoids to chronic pelvic pain, and ways of achieving solo and partnered pleasure through this humblest of portals.
Everyone with a butt should have this book.
In this guide, Mantak Chia and Douglas Abrams draw on their combined knowledge and experience of Taoist sexuality in this holistic approach to male sexuality. Topics include how to have multiple orgasms without losing your erection, experience longer and more intense whole-body orgasms, use your sexual energy to improve your overall health, increase your sexual energy and vitality, recognize the signs of your partner’s desire, improve your thrusting technique to heighten your partner’s pleasure, end premature ejaculation, overcome impotence, improve your prostate health, raise your sperm count, maintain the passion in your relationship as you age together. (heterosexual focus)
Was ist dran am Mythos Wechseljahre? Zwei Ärztinnen decken auf, dass die Wechseljahre nicht das sind, wozu Medizin, Pharmaindustrie und Wellnessbetreib sie machen. Dr. Mimi Szyper und Dr. Catherine Markstein räumen auf mit den Vorurteilen und zeigen, dass Frauen in den Wechseljahren oft gesünder sind als je zuvor.