Women Anatomy of Pleasure: How To Finger Women [DEMO INCLUDED]

Women Anatomy of Pleasure: How To Finger Women [demo included]

 

So you want to please the woman anatomy in bed and understand how to finger women. Don’t finger women the wrong way.

The art of woman anatomy is pleasure, connection, and intimacy!

Seriously.. that’s the key on how to please the woman anatomy and how to finger a woman before intercourse. How to give pleasure can be found here ! Amanda will give you insight as a certified sex therapist and give women pleasure.

Giving a woman pleasure is important and in this, we are speaking to cis women, and trans men for the female anatomy.

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How to Spot Fake Orgasm | 5 Signs That She is FAKING Orgasm!

How to Spot Fake Orgasm | 5 Signs That She is FAKING Orgasm!

 

Feeling self conscious about whether or not your partner has a fake orgasm? That is why I created this for how to spot fake orgasm for those of you who have sex with women. Fake female orgasm is something that happens, and I don’t want her to have to keep faking it. So, this is a guide on how to know if shes faking, and how to know her orgasm isnt real so that you can clear the air and have a better conversation.

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Mental Health For Young People – Keep Your Independence During Summer Break

Mental Health For Young People – Keep Your Independence During Summer Break

 

Finally, another college year is coming to an end, and you’re probably wondering about mental health for young people and how to keep your independence once summer break kicks and you’re back in your family home. Besides studying hard, you’ve become used to the idea of being responsible for your life, from attending classes to buying things you need, and the idea of being the ‘child’ in your home is something you wish to avoid, right? 

Instead of staying at college, your independence can follow you home if you determine what level of independence you are seeking and how you will communicate it to your family. Of course, if you wish to pause the responsibilities a bit and just relax from all the stress, long hours of studying, and everything else a college life symbolizes, that is perfectly reasonable for caretaking your mental health for young people. However, those who are interested in being independent during summer should continue reading as we’ll bring you useful tips to achieve it easily.

1. Define Your Independence

It might seem weird to you, yet independence can mean different things to different people. For instance, are you only looking to have your earnings and not have to explain to your parents what you spend your money on? Or, are you looking to live your entire life independently from your family, including cooking, doing your laundry, and participating in overall family costs? Once you know what your independence includes, it will be easier for you to achieve it and talk about it with your family members.

2. Set Your Independence Goals 

Are you looking to get a job in your hometown? Then you should start applying for jobs a month or two before your college years come to an end. Are you looking to spend more time outside your home? Then start looking for activities that will ensure you’re making the most of your free time. Are you looking to cook, clean, and do all chores at home on your own? Make sure you have everything you need to do it, from groceries to your preferred laundry detergent.

3. Organize Your Time

To be successful in your independence, you will need to organize your time properly. Whichever activities you are keen on implementing as a form of strengthening your feeling of independence, plan accordingly so you have enough time to finish them and also have enough time to relax and be with your family and friends. You can use the calendar on your phone to schedule these activities, whether it is a summer job or cooking your dinner. This will also give you a pretty good idea about how much time you have for other activities in your schedule and help you avoid feeling stressed or overwhelmed due to poor planning. 

4. Communicate Your Independence Decisions with Family and Friends

To truly be independent, people who are important in your life will need to be aware of your activities. This will help them understand you better, help you achieve your goals, and find a suitable time to spend with you. Also, you might even notice that it’s a bit challenging to be more independent than usual at home. So any support you can get can help you feel more fulfilled when achieving your goals. Your family and friends might even advise you on how to be more efficient while exploring your independence at home. Your parents might share with you quick dinner recipes so you don’t spend too much time in the kitchen. While your friends might help you manage your money more efficiently by sharing money-saving techniques that worked for them. 

5. Divide Your Goal into Milestones

The summer can be quite long when you have a goal to achieve by its end. To keep you on track and ensure you are working towards your goal, consider separating it into milestones. For instance, if your goal was to get a summer job, you can set a successful completion of the month as a milestone. This will provide you with a feeling of fulfillment each time you achieve your milestone instead of being focused on such a general goal. If your goal was to cook for yourself, why not cook a new dish every Friday dinner for the entire family? This way, your family will be able to participate in your independence journey and support you through it. 

6. Celebrate Your Independence

We’re often focused too much on setting and achieving our goals that once something is achieved. We just move to the next thing. As much as being self-driven and motivated in life is a quality, you need to enjoy the highlights of your life as well. This means celebrating your milestones, unexpected moments, obstacles being overcome, etc. Celebrate your first summer job salary by inviting your best friends for a drink and sharing memories from childhood while sipping on your favorite cocktail or mocktail. Celebrate preparing an exotic dish for the first time by sharing the recipe with your friends or inviting them over for a dinner. After all, if you feel good about your accomplishments. You will be more eager to go towards your goals rather than being intimidated by them. 

In Final Words

Being independent is incredibly valuable for every young adult who is stepping out of their comfort zone of being always taken care of and stepping into the role of the person who depends on themself. Mental health for young people does matter! Therefore, regardless of what independence means for you at this point, keep in mind that this can change over time. To be honest, this summer if you focus on your mental health, then next one you can focus on a summer job. 

Whatever your goal is, make sure that working on achieving it makes you feel good about yourself. College is stressful on its own and you should use the summer months to recover, sleep enough, laugh, and have fun. There is nothing wrong with that, so make sure that your definition of independence is aligned with what you actually need.  

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What Tops DONT Tell Bottoms: Begin New Sexual Empowerment Education & Conversations with those you care about.

What Tops DONT Tell Bottoms: Begin New Sexual Empowerment Education & Conversations with those you care about.

 

Get over the confusion of not knowing your role in the bedroom, and let yourself be guided. This is empowerment for anyone who wants to empower and educate about new sexual fantasies.

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What Bottoms Dont Tell Tops – 5 Secrets They Keep

What Bottoms Dont Tell Tops

 

For those of you in the community, many times you ask what bottoms arent telling their tops. So today, we are answering what bottoms dont tell tops, so our top friends can have some more information.

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What subs crave in bed! How To Please Submissives

What subs crave in bed! How To Please Submissives

 

What subs crave in bed! How to meet the needs of subs was one of our requests. So we made a video hoping to address the desires of why someone wants to be a submissive. The goal was answering the various components of what subs crave in bed… there are multiple strategies to meet different needs.

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How To Flirt Over Text Like A Pro

How To Flirt Over Text Like A Pro

 

You’ve met someone you like, yet not sure how to flirt over text and invite them for a coffee? Don’t worry, this happens more often than you’d imagine, and luckily, it’s an art you can learn to master. Due to the beautiful little devices, we carry around with us all the time, we’re able to use them to start a conversation with someone we like, ask them out on a date, or chat a bit to see if they are the right fit for us. 

The key in texting with someone you like is to learn as much as you can about them, while also trying to raise their interest in you by sharing information you feel comfortable with. So, if you’re one of the many romantics who’d love to flirt over text with someone, here is everything you’ll ever need to know about it. 

K.I.S.S.

As much as you’re probably thinking this section is about kissing, it’s an acronym for ‘Keep it short and sweet’. Whenever in doubt about how to start a conversation over text or respond to a question that your crush asked you, it’s best to go back to this rule. Avoid complex sentences or sharing thoughts that will be challenging to explain over text. Postpone anything related to politics, religion, or any other philosophical topic as the conversation material on a date.

For instance, instead of inviting your crush for a coffee by explaining why you can’t stop thinking about them, invite them by asking a simple question, and then share why you are interested in them for the date.

Lighthearted Tone

When beginning to fall in love with someone, it typically feels like butterflies and rainbows regarding your age. Some people will maybe try to seem too serious or mature, so they’ll set the tone that will not seem flirty. To avoid that, you need to be cheerful, positive, and lighthearted. After all, you feel good about someone, so why not make them feel good about you too? 

Before sending your text, make sure you read it out loud to get an idea of the tone someone might read it once they receive it. For those who are not certain even after that, you can always share it with your best friend and ask them how they would feel if they received this text. Each person is different, and sometimes it’s good to hear different people’s opinions. 

Sincere Flattery

A sincere compliment goes a long way. With that being said, keep in mind that the focus here is on honesty. What did you like about this person? What makes them unique? Keep in mind that when complimenting them, you don’t complicate it too much. By simply saying that you liked how smart their observation was, how they looked cute today, or how curious you are to hear their thoughts on something will be sufficient for the text. 

If you know almost nothing about this person, try not to experiment with creativity as it might provoke an opposite effect. Avoid writing poetry to them or sending riddles as they might think it’s creepy to receive such texts from someone they don’t know. 

Ask a Question

Once you send that flirty, simple, positive text to your crush, the first concern you will have is whether they will respond or not. That’s why you should always end your text with a question. Depending on the message content, you should use the opportunity to start a brief conversation with them. 

The question can be about their opinion on the topic you started or simply about their availability to meet you. This means that inviting someone on a date over text should always include one of the following questions: ‘When would it fit your best?’, ‘When are you free to meet?’, ‘Would be interested in a coffee this weekend?’, etc.

 

No Response – How To Act?

Even though you’ve spent almost an hour polishing the perfect text and jumped each time someone texted you thinking it’s them, there is a chance this person will not text you back. Regardless of what their reasons for that might be, it’s not a pleasant feeling, especially if you’ll see this person around. 

To help you feel less awkward about the situation, just keep it breezy and positive. The next time you see them, smile and greet, and if you’re stuck near them, just address the elephant in the room. Tell them you’ve sent them that text, and you don’t want things to be awkward between you two, so you suggest you both pretend nothing happened. 

This type of uncomfortable situation might happen if you decided to ask a colleague or a person that worked with you on the same project, and they don’t respond. If they see that you’re not affected by it. They will feel more natural around you and you can go back to how it was before the text. 

The ‘NO’ List

If you’re new to flirting over text, you’ll need to be aware of the few things you should never include in your messages. We’ve already mentioned that it’s best to avoid poems and riddles. Yet there are other things that you’ll need to know. 

  • Don’t share your personal information such as your ID details, passwords, bank account details with anybody over text.
  • If you’ve never met the person, don’t share your home or office address with them over text. 
  • Don’t send explicit photos of yourself over text, especially if you’re just getting to know the person. 
  • Don’t swear or be rude regardless of the point you’re trying to make as anything that needs more context shouldn’t be in your text.
  • Avoid sharing photos that include other people.
  • Don’t exchange too many texts with them before meeting them as you’d want to leave some topics for your conversation in person. 

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How To Collar Someone – A Kinky Engagement

How To Collar Someone – A Kinky Engagement

 

How To Collar Someone – A Kinky Engagement is to explain how to collar someone and signifies part of the kink community.

You have to get a new collar for each partner… no sharing old collars please!

How to collar someone is equivalent to fitting an engagement ring.

 

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Sexologist: What They Do & How They Help

Sexologist: What They Do & How They Help

 

You might have heard the word ‘sexologist’ before and weren’t sure about what this job title entails. Don’t worry, you’re not the only one. Sexology is a field in science that studies human sexuality and sexual behavior. And the people who are studying it are referred to as sexologists. 

One thing you’ll need to keep in mind is that there’s a difference between sexologists and sex therapists. A sex therapist will work with patients directly and help them solve their issues around their sexuality and sexual life whereas a sexologist can also be a sex researcher, sex educator, and public policy activities. In simpler words, a sexologist is a broader term and one of its branches is sex therapists. 

People often have a wrong idea about this profession. So we’ve decided to gather all vital formation about sexologists in this article.

Being a Sexologist

Not many universities offer sexology degrees. Individuals might decide to become sexologists with an educational background in psychology, sociology, biology, public health, and similar fields. Typically, a sexologist will have a master or doctoral degree, or any other type of advanced professional education. 

There are also many training and certification programs on sexology, yet are not mandatory when pursuing the sexologist career. So, a person with a master’s degree in one of the above-mentioned fields can start building your career as a sexologist. 

From working on research to working directly with the clients, it will be a person’s choice on which area of sexology they wish to focus on. Of course, one field doesn’t exclude the other, so they might be a sex researcher consulting people who are experiencing issues around their sexuality. On the other hand, if they’re just getting started, it would be better to choose one area and stick to it to make sure they learn and grow as much as possible. 

Career Paths of a Sexologist

There are numerous ways to be a sexologist. A person can be a researcher, teacher, organize workshops, provide advice on inter-disciplinary data. If they desire to work with clients as a sex therapist, they will work on improving someone’s life quality by addressing their issues around sex and providing them with tools to manage them successfully. Sex therapists help with problems such as mismatched libidos and lack of orgasms. 

With that being said, a sex therapist will need to have certain qualifications. Most of the time, it’s an advanced degree in psychology, therapy, or counseling, clinical experience, and specific training in sex therapy. Yet, the majority of the states don’t require a sex therapist to have a certification to practice. So checking qualifications before starting sex therapy is always recommended. 

 

Sex Therapy

As many patients are uncertain about what to expect when starting sex therapy, it’s always good to do proper research on both the therapist and the nature of therapy. Sex therapists don’t do any hands-on work. So if you’re uncomfortable with physical touch, there is no reason for ignoring the benefits of sex therapy. 

During sex therapy, patients are not required to do any sexual activity, take off their clothes or have physical contact with their chosen sex therapists. These sessions are just like regular therapy, so patients will only talk about their issues, not demonstrate them. If there is a need to provide an example, patients and therapists can use words or use images from books or the Internet.

Às it is with any therapy, nothing that makes you feel uncomfortable will be performed by a therapist. After all, such an approach doesn’t lead to good results. For instance, if you’re trying to have more orgasms during sex with your partner, the therapist will ask you about your progress and provide you with advice, yet they will not ask you to do any exercises in their office. 

Sex Therapy Benefits

If you’re experiencing issues about your sexuality or sex life, you should consider sex therapy. What makes it different from regular therapy is that it’s only focused on the field of sex and sexuality, instead of covering many other areas. Also, you will be talking to a person who is a sexologist. Meaning they will provide you with what you need to enhance that part of your life and identity.

Keep in mind that you can start with sex therapy by yourself or with your sex partner. As most of us never received an education with a sex-positive attitude. People will experience a range of issues when having sex with another person. That’s why sex therapists bring their patients back to the start of learning how to give and receive pleasure. 

When working with a sex therapist, it will be easier to stoke more eroticism into a relationship. Because a professional will help you and your partner to resolve differences you might have and find the best way to reach sexual pleasure together. Once these obstacles are removed, whether it’s for you individually or you as a couple. You will be able to connect sexually with yourself and others and enjoy sex more than ever before. 

In Conclusion

To enjoy sex, we’ll need to let go of all the limitations accumulated in our minds, and for that, we need professional help most of the time. It’s difficult to recognize all these limitations and issues built around our sexuality. So even if you’re determined to change how you feel about sex, you will encounter the same results. 

The more you work with your sex therapist, the better you will feel about sex and the intimacy in your relationship. Being able to enjoy these moments with your partner will strengthen your relationship and connect you like no other activity can. So, whether your interest in sex comes out of curiosity to understand how it all works or to improve your relationship. Having access to great sexologists or sex therapists will provide you with countless benefits in your life. 

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BDSM Collar [MEANING EXPLAINED] Is Machine Gun Kelly Kinky?

 

BDSM Collar [MEANING EXPLAINED] Using Machine Gun Kelly, I’m a big fan, and we all know the subtleties of wearing collars in public. This video is to explain what the BDSM Collar signifies to the kink community.

The BDSM collar is equivalent to an engagement ring. A BDSM collar is sacred and special. You buy a new one for each partner you practice with.

I think Machine Gun Kelly is kinky. What about YOU?

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Our team of compassionate, licensed therapists and certified sex therapists help all clients who visit us for a variety of personal, relationship, intimacy and sex problems.

LCAT provides on-site appointments, as well as video chat and text therapy programs.

Learn more about how LCAT can help improve your life at What We Do