Put it in park, roll up the windows, and start rocking that back seat. Car sex is fun and adventurous—it gets you and your partner out of a bedroom rut and brings some novelty into your sex life. There's the thrill of getting caught, plus the physical and emotional connection you get by doing it in a tight, compact space. No wonder 60% of men and women in one 2016 study say they've done the deed in a parked vehicle, according to The Journal of Sex Research.
“Car sex is timeless,” says Amy Boy...
Anal sex and butt play are like pineapple skin care: If you’re not trying it for yourself, there’s a good chance you’re at least curious about it. And considering butt play can lead to A-plus orgasms no matter your anatomy (shout-out, prostate and A-spot), the interest makes total sense.
The internet loves to get fired up about whether pregnant women should be exercising or not. (FYI, the answer is yes.) And, since competitive female CrossFit athletes are some of the fittest humans on Earth, when they nail impressive fitness feats while simultaneously creating human life, it causes even more controversy.
Beauty products used to be made exclusively for women. But thankfully (nay, finally!) an increasing number of beauty brands are thinking outside of binary boxes. Gender experts predict that the influx of gender neutral beauty brands and lines, isn’t just a trend, but rather here to stay.
Though iron may not get the love that trendy collagen, turmeric, and vitamin D get these days, it shouldn’t be taken for granted. According to the most recent Dietary Guidelines for Americans, iron is one of the top five nutrients to keep a close check on. Consider this your guide to why this mineral is so critical—and how to supplement to reap its benefits.
Is it just us, or has the peach officially overthrown the eggplant as the most-used (food) emoji? Lately, everyone's been obsessed with building their backsides.
Digestion is finally having its day in the sun. The gut is being recognized for its importance in aiding overall health and everyone’s hearing about the benefits of probiotics (the “good bacteria” that live in our GI tracts) and prebiotics (the fiber they feed on). However, they’re not the only players in healthy digestion. Digestive enzymes also play a key role. Here, everything you need to know about these mighty little tummy helpers.
A recent study, using nationally representative data, of how people in the United States meet romantic partners found that 65 percent of LGBTQ+ couples meet online (whereas, for perspective, the same is true for only 39 percent of heterosexual couples). And the stat, says one prominent inclusive matchmaker, really isn’t staggering.
What if we told you there's a move that does to your lifts what lube does to sex: make literally everything better. Well, there is: the medicine-ball clean. "The medicine-ball clean (aka med-ball clean) is one of the most underutilized movements in exercise," says Kayla Tote, co-owner and head coach at CrossFit for the People (CFTP) in Albany, New York.
In urban areas where boutique fitness studios and workout joints are popping up faster than you can say “pass the La Croix,” more and more dedicated LGBTQ+ spaces are becoming extinct. The physical places—bars, clubs, baths—where queer and lesbian folks met, socialized, and fell in love in the ’90s and early ’00s are closing one-by-one, and have been for the past two decades.
After stepping off the airplane from a week-long bike trip I did with my Mom, I’ve been wanting to go on another. As my mother aged, it became increasingly obvious that she couldn’t be my travel buddy for a trip like that anymore. So, during my last relationship I became obsessed with the idea of my ex and me going on a bike trip together.
Thanks to Amazon, almost everything—swimsuits, leggings, breakout solutions, CrossFit equipment—is just a search, scroll, and two-day Prime delivery away. But did you know the platform has also made orgasmic pleasure only a flick (er, click) away too? Enter: Amazon's sex toy selection.
This often-ignored erogenous zone needs your attention. Family jewels. Nuts. Beanbag. Boys. Sack. Testicles have plenty of colorful nicknames, yet they're an often-ignored male erogenous zone. And while not all guys enjoy having their balls touched, many do—whether it's light caressing, soft nibbling, or firmer, rougher manhandling.
I haven’t pulled a muscle during sex, but it feels about as inevitable as a breakup announcement from a Bachelor couple. I can’t touch my toes, let alone throw my leg over my shoulder as if it were a scarf; my “splits” are about as acute as the Eiffel tower; and when I take the rare yoga class, I hoard the tools for modification (blocks, straps, blankets) like squirrel prepping for winter.