HE. An intimate conversation about the very same organ We speak openly about what is hidden, ”the book“ HE. An intimate conversation about that very organ ”- a witty and open dialogue between a sexologist and a journalist on a topic that excites any man and his woman. We publish excerpts from the book. HOW TO MAKE DIVERSITY IN SEXUAL LIFE IN CONSTANT RELATIONS -? Why do people need relationships? Continue reading
In modern society there is an opinion that there are simply no strong, “real” men. They either died out as a species, or have already been taken apart by other women. Psychologists point to the infantility of men, their inability to cope with the adult role. Men refuse to take responsibility for relationships, are afraid to create families and become fathers, do not want to get acquainted and take the initiative in communicating with the opposite sex, in the end they are afraid to “pick up a member” and use it for its intended purpose. Continue reading
In 2009, American Sarah McClelland published the results of a curious study in which men and women were asked to describe what “bad sex” means to them. Men replied that bad sex was one in which they did not enjoy or receive less than they would like. Women – what they consider to be bad sex, in which they were forced to endure pain or agreed to it without their own desire. Where did such a striking difference come from in the perception of a process intended, it would seem, for mutual pleasure? Continue reading
The female reproductive system has long remained a taboo and closed topic. However, even now, in the age of access to information about scientific research, there are a lot of speculations and myths around it. Let’s try to figure out where the fiction is, and where the truth is.
The physiology and anatomy of the female reproductive system, it would seem, should have been of interest to scientific minds, and after them the whole of humanity from time immemorial Continue reading
No matter how hard we try, disagreements in the relationship are inevitable. Misunderstanding, broken agreements, unmet needs, unhealed wounds and other reasons push us straight to the conflict. Relationship friction alone is not a problem. The most important thing is how we react to them. Strong relationships rest on partners’ ability to quickly restore intimacy after it has been broken. Look at the following examples: Continue reading