Here at Penchant we’ve already given you some compelling reasons why masturbation is good for your health, and for all the women out there looking to be more adventurous there’s some good news.
At Penchant you'll always hear us singing the praises of using lube, but if you're new to using it, there may be a lot you don't know. Below we've rounded up ten lube facts every newbie should know, along with plenty of extra reading material.
At Penchant we truly believe that sex can be a healthy and pleasurable part of your life. But what happens when sex is more painful than enjoyable?
Sex toys are pretty damn awesome - not only can they be a fun way to add spice to the bedroom, they can also be a way for some couples to achieve orgasm even if it's not possible through intercourse alone. Plus, anything that helps in the exploration of your pleasure is a total win.
You look up, smile in anticipation, and flick your finger against the slippery surface just so. Sounds like the start of a good sex fantasy, but instead it’s the reality of life playing Pokemon GO.
Obviously having sex ranks high on our list of favorite things, and we're of the opinion that it's hard to have too much of such a delicious activity. If you're into having a heart-pounding good time and want to have sex more frequently, you're going to first want to get your heart pounding in another way.
This week at Penchant we're all about exercise and its sweaty, sexy benefits. First we discussed the "coregasm" and how to get one, and today we're talking about some exercises you can do as a couple to rev your heart rates and get you ready for a roll in the hay.
We can't overstate the importance of exercise as part of a healthy lifestyle, and there's another sexy reason to hit the gym. According to an article on PopSugar.com, there is a chance that certain types of exercise can cause a "coregasm."
Sex is fun, feels great, and has a ton of health benefits, but what happens when your sex drive isn’t up to par? Today we’ve rounded up 5 of our favorite libido-boosters.
We’re not the first people to sing the praises of Kegels for women, but did you know that men can do them too? Not only can Kegels help with men’s prostate health, doing them can lead to better orgasms and stronger erections.