The 6 Best Men’s Health Sex Tips Ever
We dug up the all-time best sex advice from our archives.
Even if your sex life is already satisfying, it’s normal to want to make it even better. Maybe your love life has been in a rut lately, or perhaps you’re already having great sex, but you want to start having even more earth-shattering, mind-blowing sex sessions that end in toe-curling orgasms. Well, you’ve come to the right place, my friend.
We mined hundreds of Men’s Health sex and relationships articles to find the all-time best sex tips we’ve ever given. These tips come from a range of doctors, therapists, and experts across the United States who specialize in sexual health, pleasure, and intimacy.
Maybe you’re looking to boost your erections, strengthen your orgasms, and last longer in bed, or perhaps you’re trying to amp up your skills when it comes to pleasing your partner. Maybe you’re curious about exploring anal play, want to know which sex toys are best for couples, or like to learn how to bring up your deepest, darkest sexual fantasies with your partner. Perhaps your sex life has grown stale, and you want to dabble in some BDSM (Bondage and Discipline, Domination and Submission, Sadism, and Masochism) or are even considering finding a third to play with. Whatever it is, we almost certainly have advice that can help.
So without further ado, here are our 25 best expert-approved tips and techniques for having the best sex of your life. You can thank us later.
Use your tongue wisely.
When kissing, don’t use your tongue like a dart (in and out, in and out). Instead, try varying motions and amounts of pressure. Head here for more tips on how to perfect your kissing technique.
Do kegel exercises.
If you want to last longer during sex, you’re not alone. “Premature ejaculation is a problem that affects almost every man at some point in his life,” Thomas J. Walsh, M.D., a urologist at the University of Washington, told us. One way to delay ejaculation is by doing kegels. Strengthening the pubococcygeal (PC) muscles of the pelvic floor will help you control your orgasms during sex. For tips on how to do ’em—plus other ways to last longer in bed.
Experiment with edging.
Another way to make sex last longer? Train yourself to delay your orgasm while you’re masturbating. Edging—the act of bringing yourself to the brink of orgasm and then stopping all sexual stimulation—is a common technique for avoiding premature ejaculation.
Try a cock ring.
We’ve called the cock ring the “superfood of sex toys” because it’s cheap, easy to use, and can benefit your sex life in so many ways. A snug ring that fits around the base of your penis (and sometimes your testicles, too) can strengthen your erection, boost your confidence, and make your orgasms more powerful. Opt for a vibrating option, and it could even help stimulate your partner’s clitoris or booty.
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!
Find a condom that feels great.
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,
Source: men’s health