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Masochism in May: Exploring the Joy of Finding Pleasure in Pain

Today, we’ll be diving into the true masochism definition in Dominant and submissive relationships, providing masochism examples that you can incorporate into your sex scenes, and sharing our favorite Sportsheets products to use at home or during more exhibitionist play. After all, we have sex toys to fulfill all of your sexual needs.

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Intimate Intercourse: The Importance of Communication in Sexual Relationships

I’ll let you in on a little secret of mine: I used to be terrible at communicating with my partner. Introverted by nature and a little shy, I didn’t know how to ask for what I wanted. I barely knew what it was I even wanted, and I hesitated to admit it for fear that it would make me seem inadequate somehow. I wanted to be perfect for him. I wanted to be perfect, period. It didn’t take long for me to realize something wasn’t right, though it took me a bit longer to pinpoint exactly what that something was. The problem wasn’t really my lack of expertise—it was that I wasn’t allowing myself to trust in my partner or our relationship enough to open up...

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Tips for Resuming Sex Postpartum: Overcoming Physical and Psychological Difficulties

When couples attempt to resume sex postpartum, the problems that may arise usually aren’t due to a loss of physical or emotional attraction. In fact, couples may be more in love than ever after the birth of a baby. However, between caring for the new baby and trying to deal with changes in your body and your relationship, it can be hard to know exactly when or how to get your sex life back on track. It’s not that women don’t want to engage in sex postpartum—it’s that couples need to work together to rekindle their connection.

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Painful Sex Positions? The Best Tips and Alternatives to Reduce Discomfort

Sometimes, if you are suffering from chronic or acute joint or muscular pain, sex can be unpleasant, difficult, or even impossible. The pain of getting into the right position, thrusting, and moving in a natural rhythm with your partner increases existing discomfort. For people suffering from these conditions, sex might not seem worth it. To us, that’s unacceptable.  

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