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Sex Position of the Month

Stuffin' the Turkey
Once you've finished with Thanksgiving dinner, this is the perfect position for burning off all that turkey and pie! A modified version of missionary, this position is useful for deep penetration and G spot stimulation. The bottom partner starts with their feet and hands planted flat on the ground and their back arched up. The top partner is between their legs, holding their lower back and butt for extra support. This position gives the top partner a lot of power and control, making it fun to try if you're experimenting with BDSM.

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Dear Dr. Kat,

I'm in a new relationship and things are absolutely great between my boyfriend and me. We're really compatible in all areas of our life except sex. There just seems to be no sexual chemistry between us. It takes either one of us forever to initiate and once we do we seem to fumble a lot. It ends up being awkward to the point that we end up not wanting to even have sex. I am sexually attracted to him and believe he is to me but I can see us staying together and just dealing with the fact that good sex just won't be apart of our relationship. Do we have any options?

Thanks,
Carly

Dear Carly,

Plenty of couples do sacrifice passion for stability and friendship. I don't underestimate the value of finding someone you can share the majority of your life with. However, the fact that you've chosen to write in tells me that perhaps you won't be able to settle for this lack of sexual chemistry. Sooner or later this issue may continue to rear its ugly head whether it's through underlying resentment or maybe one of you being attracted to someone else.

But there is hope in your situation. It's a newer relationship, meaning that maybe you just have to put some time and communication into dealing with this issue. Time should consciously be spent early in relationships on learning about one another - the positive and the negative, and also on building a strong foundation to carry you through the rest of your relationship. Building a strong sexual foundation shouldn't be ignored. There's an old saying that when sex is good it's makes up only 10% of the relationship but when it's bad it's 90%. Being that you two are in the early stages, you have the opportunity to address these issues and then make a decision regarding whether it's worth staying in.

Acknowledging that sex can be difficult to talk about - especially with a new relationship, I'm wondering how much of your concern has really been spoken. Too often I see people drift into a pattern of behavior that they're not happy with, without a word, and then months or years down the line it ends up ruining the relationship. All because no one wanted to "rock the boat" and say anything. So step up! You could pull him aside and make a point of mentioning all of the wonderful things that are working in your relationship and then say something like "I want our sexual relationship to be just as strong as the rest of what we share. Can we do something to build a good foundation to our sex life too?"

Here are some questions to ask one another:

  • What are the negative messages you're telling yourself about sex? What's going through your head?
  • Is it initiating intimacy that's the problem? If this is the case, it usually has to do with fear of rejection.
  • What are the physical sensations you're feeling as you're "fumbling" through your sexual encounters? Anxiety, nervousness?
  • What are your patterns? Does it get more awkward depending upon what you're doing? For instance, is it during foreplay, oral sex, penetration?
  • Are you both familiar with your own bodies? If you aren't familiar with your own, how can someone else be?
  • Do you have poor timing? Is it happening at a time when you're preoccupied with work or not feeling as sexually attractive?
  • When you get the stimulation that's right for you, do your bodies respond appropriately by getting an erection or lubricating?

It sounds like you both have a lot going for you otherwise. I believe it would be really worth it to address this issue and give having a completely fulfilling relationship a shot. Not everyone comes with one another's "owner's manuals" so to speak, so maybe you two need to begin writing your own for one another.

Sincerely,
Dr. Kat

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No holiday is more American than Thanksgiving Day. It seems each and every one of us celebrates it, or has celebrated it, or will be celebrating it.

Here at Adam & Eve we love helping you keep the sexual conversation lively and fun. So our staff got together and threw some suggestions into a plastic pumpkin on how you can show your man or woman how "thankful" you are for them!

To make it even easier, these "thankful" ideas have been put in the following categories:

1. Write a Note
A recent survey in California showed a majority of men felt that the most appreciated gift from their beloved would be a hand written note. Of course women love notes and cards, too! Along with that note, how about including easy-to-redeem Stripper Bucks Coupons, Blow Job Bucks, Bedroom Bucks Coupons or even a few pieces of X-Rated Candy

2. Make Dinner
If you're a woman there's a 90% chance you're already doing this on Turkey Day. But what about the rest of the year? And guys, you'd be surprised how "epic" you look when you serve up some tasty vittles and perhaps a glass of wine. We don't sell food here at Adam & Eve, but may we make some dessert suggestions? Get creative with the Boobie Cupcake Pan, Jumbo Pecker Pan, Lover's Cake Pan or the Pecker Cup Cake Pan. Or treat your lover to a Candy Ball Gag

3. Give a Massage The touch from the simplest massage fosters communication and intimacy -- and that's with your clothes still on. Many Adam & Eve customers love our Heart Warmer Massageron tired muscles. Add the Animal Blindfold so you can concentrate on your senses of touch, hearing and smell. If your massage heads south, be ready with Nipple & Clit Stimulating Gel for her. She can read up on Tickle His Pickle and both of you can roll Hot And Spicy Dice for what to do next. And...hey, what the hell, let's throw in some Sports Cuffs for a little bondage play too!

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Sexy underwear, perfume, music, toys and massage - the most skilled lovers enjoy appealing to and exploring every sense. But there's one that's too often overlooked: taste.

Of course, your lover's skin is already delicious. But if you're feeling like amping up your oral skills or just want to reach a richer, more intoxicating lovemaking experience, you should consider adding flavored lubes, lotions, and oral products to your erotic repertoire. But where do you start?

Deep Throat Gels & Other Flavored Oral Enhancers. Lucky for today's customer, these oral gels, lotions, and even candies are available in more flavors than ever before. The most common are mint, cherry, strawberry, and other fun, fruity flavors. Not sure what you'd like? Try a few flavors with convenient sampler packs (like the Good Head Oral Sex Sampler).

Please note: many flavored deep throat sprays and oral gels (and some lubes!) include benzocaine. Benzocaine mildly numbs any area it's applied to, so it's excellent for relaxing the throat and helping you achieve deeper, more comfortable blowjobs. (Try the Comfortably Numb Deep Throat Spray!) If you want the taste but not the numbness, steer clear of benzocaine products.

Flavored Lubes & Lotions. Never worry about switching between penetration and oral again with sweet lubes & lotions. These tasty lubes go on just as slick as their non-flavored counterparts, and are perfect for the orally-fixated. (Try I-D's Juicy Lube in cherry or strawberry!)

Do keep in mind - all oral products used around, on, or in the vagina should be sugar free. Yeast & bacteria thrive on sugar, so using sugary household products for flavored fun is a big no-no.

Flavored Condoms. Jazz up your oral game with delicious flavored condoms! They make an exciting change from standard condom fare, and can be a fun, easy way to explore oral intimacy with a shy partner. Adam & Eve's own Flavored Condom Sampler Pack includes 50 condoms in grape, mint, vanilla, strawberry, and banana.

Explore the entire selection of flavored lubes, lotions, and condoms now at AdamEve.com!

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Candida Royalle

Candidly Speaking
by Candida Royalle
© Femme Productions ®

Last month I talked about my Femme line of erotic movies for couples and my line of Natural Contours vibrators, all of which can add excitement to an intimate relationship. This month I'll talk about how to introduce these types of products in to the bedroom.

But first, what are the benefits? Simply put, just like indulging in a favorite meal day after day, after a while the flavors grow familiar, predictable. You begin to long for something different. Making love the same way every night also becomes predictable. It's good having a partner who knows what we like, but predictability leads to boredom. It's important for the health of a long-term relationship to be playful and creative in bed, open to trying new things. However, sometimes we're shy about suggesting something new, afraid of being judged or rejected, or concerned about hurting our partner's feelings or making them feel inadequate. So what's the best way to go about it?

I always suggest starting off with a positive, like, "I love how you perform oral sex on me", and then add, "Do you think you could do it a bit longer before entering me? It just feels so good." This way he or she doesn't feel they're being criticized, but rather complimented. Adding a sex toy might call for even more delicacy. Your partner might think that they're not "enough". This makes it even more important to assure them that you are happy with them. You might start off with something like, "we have such a good sex life", and then add, "wouldn't it be fun to see what it feels like to play with a vibrator together?" Key here is describing it as "fun", something you "play" with "together". And indeed, both men and women can use sex toys. While a woman might use a vibrator in order to climax, many men enjoy holding one along the shaft of their penis or lightly against their testicles. Dildos are a great way to extend intercourse if the man needs a rest or has climaxed and the woman wants more. Key here is using it together. It's very important that the woman makes the man feel a part of the experience. Perhaps she can show him how she likes a vibrator held against her so he can do it for her as she climbs to a delicious climax; or he can extend intercourse by using a dildo on her while she stimulates herself to orgasm. He's actively involved with the use of the sex toy, a participant rather than a voyeur.

Next month I'll talk about the positive uses of viewing an erotic movie together and how to introduce the idea to your partner.

Candida Royalle is a former star of the blue movie screen who in 1984 created Femme Productions(R) and pioneered the genre of woman-friendly adult erotica. In 1999, she launched the Euro-designed Natural Contours(R) line of high-style discreet intimate products. She's the author of How to Tell a Naked Man What to Do, (Simon & Schuster) and a sought after lecturer at universities and professional conferences, including the World Congress on Sexology, the American Psychiatric Association and the Smithsonian Institute. Royalle's product lines are available through AdamEve.com. For more information about Candida Royalle, visit www.candidaroyalle.com.

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Sex on the Fifty Yard Line

With the season well under way, most women have become resigned to spending the next few months as a football widow. Sure you can try to drag your hubby away from the big game or his fantasy team by "accidentally" cutting through the cable line while doing a little gardening, but there are much easier and more enjoyable solutions. Instead of fighting his football fever, you just need to work with it. For every chore he gets done around the house, reward him by letting his friends come over to watch the game while you cook up some tasty snacks. Or play his "beer wench" for one evening without shaking the can so hard that it explodes in his face when he opens it.

And of course, you can always incorporate football into your sex life. It can be something as simple as putting on his favorite jersey one night and tackling him in bed. Or you could come up with a hot role playing scenario where your guy makes the winning touchdown and you, as head cheerleader, give him a special reward. Adam and Eve has a number of cheerleader-themed movies and even costumes to help put you both in the mood.

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In our quest to be the best newsletter we can be on a low-budget, limited coffee breaks, and staff of typewriting monkeys, we need your help.

If you have any suggestions of things you'd like to see in the future, especially monthly features so we don't have to waste precious brain space trying to come up with semi-original ideas, then please email them to us at newsletter@adameve.com.

We promise to read your ideas carefully and thoroughly before making fun of the lamer ones and claiming the better ones as our own ideas. Seriously though, if you should proposition an idea that we end up using, we'll give you a shout-out plus a free annual subscription to the newsletter.

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