Updated: Mar 10, 2020
Benefits of masturbation, downsides of Sex on drugs, explanations of asexual behavior, and hot scenario to act out with your partner this weekend.
Masturbate or not to masturbate?
Orgasms are a very common human phenomenon. The physical and mental health benefits have been researched frequently as a result, and yet, there is still so much to be learned
about how our bodies and brains react to the chemicals and hormones released during and after experiencing this type of sexual release. Achieving orgasm through masturbation provides a rush of feel-good hormones (such as dopamine, serotonin and oxytocin) and can re-balance our levels of cortisol (a stress-inducing hormone). This helps our immune system function at a higher level.
Masturbation causes a rush of dopamine, which is a chemical that is associated with our ability to feel pleasure. Along with the rush of dopamine that is released during an orgasm, there is also a release of oxytocin, which is commonly referred to as the "love hormone."
This concoction of chemicals does more than just boost our mood, it also can play a key role in decreasing stress and promoting relaxation.
ChemSex: A dangerous shortcut to intimacy.
Have you ever consider taking a drug before sex just because one of your friend told you that sex feels much more intense when you are high? As cool as it might sounds, think twice before you put yourself or your partner up for such an experiment, especially if you are not familiar with a certain type of drugs and ways of how it will affect you. In our modern overstimulated generation (with our busted our dopamine feedback loops) the intersection of sex and chems offers another way to feel the kind of buzz the previous generations would have gotten from some simpler pastime. Everyone seems obsessed by the idea of enhancing sexual experience with MDMA or other types of strong drugs. But as everything else, ‘chemsex’ has its own downsides. Even more dangerous than we think.
What is Asexuality?
The concept of sexual orientation has long since been a topic of heated discussion and debate, perhaps because sexuality as a whole is such a complex and oftentimes fluid part of the human experience.
The simplest explanation that research has given to define asexuality is this: Asexuality can be defined as a lack of sexual attraction to others and/or the lack of interest in sex. Individuals who identify as asexual also sometimes refer to themselves as "ace" (or "aces") for short.Asexuality is a recognized sexual orientation that is separate from celibacy and/or abstinence because asexuality is a spectrum with a lot of diversity. Where celibacy or abstinence are typically choices that are made because of certain behaviors or are motivated by a person's spiritual/religious beliefs, being asexual is, as many people claim, just who they are.
Bathing in Pleasure
If you don’t have time to go to the spa for the whole day - bring the spa home for an hour or so. Ideally you need to have a bathtub that will fit two people. If you don’t have that luxury you can always
just make a bath for your partner. Add to the water some aroma bubbles and aroma bath bomb to make it more magical. While your partner is taking a bath you can prepare everything for the massage. If you have a chance to even get a massage table for this experience - do it! If not, then just use the bed. Lay some towels over the sheets so that they don’t get dirty with oil. Use regular massage oil or hot massage candles which are best for more deep tissue massage. Light aroma candles in the room. When your partner is done with the bath, take a shower together and then go to the massage stage naked. Remember, it is your own sensual spa where anything and everything can be massaged by your naughty skillful hands…
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