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And they may just help you feel slightly alive again

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better sex , frisky friday, health, how-to, self-love

We’ve talked a lot over the last seven months about how the stress of this moment in history is affecting people’s sex lives. But when there’s really no clear end in sight, what can we do about it? Well, thanks for asking–today we’ve brought you six sensual practices that will ground you, reduce anxiety, and help you get out of your head and into your body. Use them to fall asleep, use them to break the cycle of doomscrolling, use them as foreplay, use them however you want! You still have some choices in this world!

If you're doing it at all, you deserve a medal

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better sex , frisky friday

Times are tough. Real tough. We’re doing things we never thought we’d have to do—like putting on a mask to walk to the mailbox and watching political conventions for entertainment because we watched all the actual entertainment already and there’s none left. But necessity is the mother of invention, and never has that been more true than when it comes to pandemic sex. Here are 5 innovative, pandemic-inspired sex positions.

Finally a song about lubrication

A few weeks ago, rappers Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion made a splash on the internet when they released their new single “WAP.” It wasn’t long before people were chiming in to express their love or distaste for the song’s bold subject matter. Well, count us as superfans! Here we present you with five good, solid reasons why we can’t get enough of “WAP.”

Your Sexy Summer Grocery List

You may have heard the urban legend that certain fruit (say, pineapples) can make vaginal or seminal fluid taste, well, fruity. That’s not quite accurate. While your diet certainly can affect your bodily secretions, there’s no evidence that eating certain foods (even in massive quantities) will change the taste of your fluids. Even if it did, it would be subtle. It’s still a vagina after all. So basically, don’t eat a whole pineapple in the morning and expect to taste like a tropical oasis at bedtime. Instead think of food foreplay more as an easy way to get all your senses involved during sex—and to satisfy any munchies you might have before your mouth gets busy doing other stuff.