I've been sexually active for 11 years. Yet I can count on one hand the number of times I've spotted a bottle of lube in a guy's nightstand drawer. For some reason, you guys seem totally resistant to using lube. There seems to be this widespread belief that lube is a last resort, only to be used in cases of an extreme sex emergency. But I'm here to tell you that's not the case. Take it from me, guys: women want you to have lube on hand, because it makes sex a zillion times better — for both you and your partner.
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No matter what kind of sex you're having—solo or with a partner; vaginal or anal—lube will make it oh so much better. But not all lubes are created equal. Some personal lubricants contain ingredients that may be "questionable," explains Michael Ingber , MD, a urologist and urogynecologist at Garden State Urology. So, here are the 9 best body-safe natural lubricants to use during your next sex session.
One of the most irritating pun unintended side effects of menopause and aging for many women is vaginal dryness. We apply lotion to our face and hands, go to the gym, and eat healthy foods. But we rarely think about exercise for pelvic floor muscles which help with bladder control and elasticity of tissues in the region. Lubricants are one of those essential items that older women need for enhanced sexual pleasure. Please note that this post may contain affiliate links.