“Try facing each other, either standing or kneeling, as you pleasure yourselves,” she suggests. “Not only does this stance provide the best visual opportunities, but you’ll also be in the perfect position for midmasturbation smooches. Listen to each other panting, crying, moaning, and even roaring as you reach an orgasm that intensifies the entire experience and deepens the connection.”
Many women don’t even consider the pelvic floor (or understand what exactly it does) until childbirth, but Moyle says it’s also imperative while being sexually active, as it can be consciously controlled and used for pleasure and is something all genders should consider.
“Practice both relaxing and tensing your pelvic floor,” she suggests. “People with a fundamentally high level of body tension, who may also often clench their jaw or are used to pain in the area of the eyebrows and lower back, can really benefit from relaxing the pelvic floor. For others, it’s simply another avenue to increase pleasure.”
Specifically, during sex, the movement of the pelvis, in combination with the tensing and relaxing of the pelvic floor, can increase arousal and powerfully support the path to orgasm. “You have a clear advantage if you already know your pelvic floor and can use it without thinking too much,” she says. “If not, there is always time to practice during foreplay or solo play; and build longer, stronger orgasms.”
Want to get going? Squeezy is a brilliant app that helps you build up your pelvic floor through preset, guided plans.
We’ve gleaned that 2023 is all about self-love and self-exploration, so it’s no surprise that exploring all areas of the body is becoming more accepted—and that’s where anal masturbation comes in.
So how do you do it exactly? As Moyle says, “There are many ways to explore this new arena of pleasure; beginners already have the tools on hand, literally, as using a lubricated finger is a great way to begin practicing. Once more comfortable, using sex toys for anal masturbation is the next step—something that we’ll be seeing a lot more of this year.”
In a year of new kinks, sexual practices, and relationship styles, whatever happened to good old missionary? Turns out, nothing. People are still keen as ever for the longtime favorite, with searches for “missionary” having increased by 22% over the past year.
Of course, everything old can be made new again, and classic sex positions are no exception. As Moyle explains, “To take missionary into 2023, there are opportunities to be more mindful while in the position: making intentional eye contact with your partner, focusing on all the erogenous zones, and synchronising breathing together to take things into tantric territory. Partners can also use the position as an opportunity to explore power play or incorporate new sex toys.”
Thinking about trying out some of these trends this year? Make sure you check out our guide of the best sex toys for couples. Staying in for date night never looked (or felt) so good.
You’ve probably experienced blushing when getting a compliment, right? But what if you experienced a physical response in other areas of your body? The praise kink—with more than 510 million views on TikTok under the hashtag #praisek1nk—is set to be a growing trend for the rest of the year.
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