Best Sex Tips Ever

All too often, we think of "sex" as being penis in vagina or  anus, but frankly, that's such a limiting view of what sex is. Enter mutual masturbation,  i.e. masturbating alongside your partner. Not only is is great for when  you're too tired to get it on, but you also get to learn how your  partner touches themselves. That way, the next time you do have partnered sex, you can touch them exactly how they like!

Want to put your wife in the mood for better sex? “Help around the  house,” says Mandel. “The best foreplay happens outside the bedroom. By  helping with chores and errands, you make them feel valued.”

If you hate the way condoms make you feel during sex, you might not be  wearing the right ones, according to sex therapist Ian Kerner, Ph.D.,  author of She Comes First: The Thinking Man's Guide to Pleasuring a Woman.  When picking a condom, find one that fits like a glove, and look for  rubbers that are ribbed or ultra-thin. Condoms are highly effective at  preventing pregnancy and STIs, so it's worth finding the one that feels  best for you. For recommendations on what to buy, click here.

The prostate is a walnut-sized gland located between the bladder  and rectum, and it contains tons of nerve endings. Stimulating the  prostate can feel so good, some sexual health experts have dubbed it the  "P-spot" or the "male G-spot." Here are our tips for finding it, plus our recommendations for the best prostate massagers on the market.