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How to have sex when your job is killing you slowly

This is probably news to exactly no one, but working kind of sucks. Even those of us lucky enough to have landed what we would call a “dream job” will attest to the fact that working is still work, no matter what. Anyone who says otherwise is an alien or an aspiring Instagram influencer and we recommend breaking up with them. But when work-induced misery starts to impact your sex life, that’s where we draw the line. Here are 7 ways to pull it back.

Want to try something new in bed? Here’s how to bring it up with your partner

Do you have a fantasy you’ve always wanted to live out, but you don’t know how to bring it up with your partner(s)? Or maybe you saw or experienced something that sparked your imagination and you want to bring it into the bedroom, but you feel too shy to ask. Even the most confident and adventurous among us can find ourselves a little tongue-tied when it comes to sex.

Here are our tips for getting over the hump (heh).

How to give feedback in bed without crushing your partner’s self-esteem

It’s a cliché, but it’s true: you can’t read your partner’s mind, and they can’t read yours. This is as true when it comes to sex as it is when you’re fighting about unloading the dishwasher.

Yeah, we’re saying you’re going to have to talk. About sex. Because despite what we’ve all been told, good sex doesn’t just happen all by itself.

How to travel with sex toys

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problem solving , frisky friday, better sex, how-to

You know that moment in Home Alone where Catherine O’Hara is sitting on the plane to Paris and she finally figures out what she left at home? And it’s the worst thing she could’ve possibly left at home? That’s how we feel when we forget to pack our sex toys. Like we may as well turn around and beg, borrow, and steal to get back home to our beloved babies, even if it means riding for hours in the back of a Budget truck with the Polka King of the Midwest. So, needless to say, we travel with our toys.