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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.

Don't panic, it's normal

It’s safe to say everyone’s lives have been upended by the coronavirus. But what happens when your sex life starts to disappear because of it? If you’re quarantined with your partner, it can be easy for people to assume you’re getting it on the regular. You’re home more often than usual with all those opportunities to have sex in the kitchen, on the couch, and maybe even in the bed. But these aren’t exactly regular times, are they? And plenty of people are finding that despite having more opportunities to do so, they just don’t want to have sex right now. So how do you get back in the groove if the pandemic is wrecking your libido?

How to put that oversized t-shirt to work

It’s always a good time to shake up your bedroom routine. If you’re feeling out of ideas, try taking a cue from the clothes you wear to bed. Lingerie can definitely spice up a romp in the hay, but what about those Tuesdays when you want to get it on in your regular-schmegular undies? We’ve got you covered. Whether you love wearing lace bralettes or t-shirts to bed, you can always take sexy inspiration from your night clothes if you want to try something different.