"Sex tips" 5 Real Sexperts Actually Use

Sex tips 5 Real Sexperts Actually Use
Unsolicited advice is the worst especially when it comes from people who don't practice what they preach. And when your big O is on the line, you can't bullshit around with tips that won't do anything for you down there or any of your erogenous zones, really. So instead of simply asking experts for sex tips, we pressed them to reveal what *they* actually do in bed to climax. Because if sexologists don't know how to have a mind-blowing orgasm, what the hell are we even doing?

1. Pucker Up:

"This is so simple, but so necessary...and it's maintaining the habit of kissing my husband before he leaves the house every morning. Research has shown that this (and a kiss before bedtime) is beneficial to any relationship, and it's a great way to stay affectionate and connected even when time doesn't allow more. Sexually speaking, it keeps intimacy on our radar, which helps us be more responsive other actions in the bed." sexologist Yvonne K. Fulbright, Ph.D.

2. Hit the Toy Store:

"I've found one of the best ways to enhance my sex life is to introduce new products. It not only mixes things up which we all know is key to having an expansive, fulfilling sex life but partners get just as excited to try something new, whether it's a new lubricant (not just for dryness or discomfort!) or the way the vibrations feel on their bodies." sexologist Emily Morse, host of Sex with Emily.(sex advice)

3. Give Yourself a Hand:

"Don't forget to masturbate even if you have a partner. Enjoy solo sex often it's good for health and mood, and besides, it just feels so nice." Joan Price, author of The Ultimate Guide to Sex After 50: How to Maintain or Regain! a Spicy, Satisfying Sex Life

4. Tidy Up:

"Create an environment that is stress-free and reduces as many external distractions as possible. I clean, turn off the TV, silence my phone, turn off the computer and even turn the clock away so I can't see the time. This helps to release feel-good endorphins like dopamine, which motivates our pleasure and reward center in our brain." - Ava Cadell, Ph.D., author of NeuroLoveology, the Power to Mindful Love and Sex

5. Don't Focus on Your Orgasm:

"It's not always about the orgasm. There is immense pressure to be a rock-star-sex-goddess in the bedroom 24/7 as a sexologist. My partner and I will kick it old school and make out, cuddle, or give each other a nice sensual massage. There is something inherently intimate to be touching your partner in all of these different ways. Try exploring their body for your pleasure. Not that sex doesn't evoke similar feelings, but it's a different kind of feeling. Of course, the aforementioned activities can totally be followed by orgasm-filled sex, but just those activities can leave me satisfied. It's always reassuring that you can still feel good about the sex you have and relish in the pleasure, orgasm or not." sexologist and relationship expert Megan Stubbs.