I'm Zachary Zane, a sex writer and ethical manwhore a fancy way of saying I sleep with a lot of people, and I'm very, very open about it. Over the years, I've had my fair share of sexual experiences, dating and sleeping with hundreds of people of all genders and orientations. In doing so, I've learned a thing or two about navigating issues in the bedroom and a bunch of other places, TBH. I'm here to answer your most pressing sex questions with thorough, actionable advice that isn't just "communicate with your partner," because you know that already. Ask me anything—literally, anything—and I will gladly Sexplain It. To submit a question for a future column, fill out this form.
"Sex Parties Make My Marriage Better"
Sexplain It: My Partner Only Wants Sex in the Middle of the Night
Want to share yours? I grew up thinking spouses would know every inch of each other, inside and out, backward and forward. When it comes to my past, though, things are a little murkier. Early on in our relationship, it was clear Eric and I had very different experiences in the dating world. My husband, however, has pretty much stuck to the same single pint.
15 Secrets Of Seriously Sexually Satisfied Long-Term Couples
Let's be real: It's easy for a long-term relationship to turn stale, which is why I've created an official roundup of allllll the things that belong on your sex bucket list. You're gonna want to bookmark this baby. First, let's review why you should have a sex bucket list in the first place. Spicing up your sex life helps keep your entire relationship fresh and exciting, says Janet Brito , PhD, a clinical psychologist and certified sex therapist in Honolulu, Hawaii. If you're not down to try something out, that's cool!
If you want to stay on top of your sexual health, getting tested for sexually transmitted infections STIs should be happening regularly. That shouldn't change just because you're now in an exclusive, committed relationship. While sexual monogamy can limit your risk of getting an STI, it can't really guarantee that you won't get anything. In fact, there are several STIs you can still get when you're in an faithful relationship , so it's important to be aware.