Bravo to Gail Sheehy for taking on the old social myth that sex after 50 does not exist and turning it on its head by advocating sex after your prime.

Women in general have a pretty twisted sense of body image. Those insecurities are personified when it comes to their vaginas.

We’ve been taught since birth that speaking about sex is taboo. Suddenly, we are grown up and want to say something to our partner but do not know where to begin.

I read a depressing statistic: 64% of men in the U.S. do not make plans for Valentine’s Day. To add insult to injury, 15% of women in the U.S. send themselves flowers .

Since Viagra, the drug industry giants have been scrambling to come out with an equivalent sex aid for women. Women have shelled out around $200 million for bogus products.

On the long list of things that help parents be asexual, getting caught in the sex act is certainly a concern for many. But should parents give up their sexuality? Absolutely not.

It really is a no-brainer why couples have such a great experience in the first year of their relationship. Both are putting their best foot forward as it is all about making the “love sale”.

Study after study has proven that a child who is educated and comfortable with their body and their sexuality will abstain from inappropriate sexual acts. I call it being sexually self-confident.

For over a hundred years, sex researchers, feminists and pop-culture have been enmeshed in an ongoing debate as to which is superior: the vaginal or clitoral orgasm.

I still have yet to figure out why many couples feel masturbation is a taboo topic. Couples share their finances, childhood hurts and future dreams but not their solitary self-pleasuring.

Silent devastation has befallen many a happy partnership due to erectile concerns. Both the man and the woman feel helpless in a situation that can have many concrete solutions.

Of the billions of people on this planet, you have a unique libido. Your sexual uniqueness becomes like a thumbprint.