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Personal Lubricant Guide

Lubricants for Sensitive Skin

Posted By Maria Del Russo,
22/10/2020
Personal Lubricant helps eliminate the friction that can occur during sex or solo-play with toys, making it a much more enjoyable experience for everyone involved. You  should have one of the best lubes for sensitive skin on hand if you find that the skin around your vulva, penis, or anus...

Best Lube For Every Sex Position And Sexy Situation

Posted By Astroglide Team,
24/09/2020
There is an age-old misconception that personal lube is to only be used if you have a problem like vaginal dryness, so let’s start out by agreeing to banish that thinking!  Let’s say it together…LUBE MAKES SEX BETTER!  No matter your age or gender lube offers less friction, smoother and...

Oh, Oh, Oh, Owwww! What to Do About Painful Sex

Posted By Stacey Tompkins ·,
15/09/2020
There are ways to make sure that if you scream in bed, it's for the right reasons. NextTribe's guide to the wonderful world of lube and other tricks. So this is how menopausal sex used to go for my husband and me. We’d be in the heat of the moment and suddenly I’d cry out, “Ouch!” My poor sweet...

4 Lubricants That Will Transform Your Sex Life

Posted By Dwane Frame ,
26/08/2020
Even if you don't think you need it, we dare you to try one of these -approved lubes. Lubricants are often recommended to women dealing with vaginal dryness, is often brought on by stress, medications, or the drop in estrogen that happens post-childbirth and just before menopause. But even if...

The Best Lube for Sex Toys

Posted By Astroglide Team,
12/08/2020
Sex toys and lube: They go together like vegemite and toast, meat pies and sauce, or the beach and summer. This fearsome twosome can make sexual encounters whether solo, partnered, or “it’s complicated” more pleasurable. Dare we say, this dynamic duo offers Out of this World Pleasure?! You: You’re...

When sex gives more pain than pleasure

Posted By Harvard Health Publishing,
12/08/2020
Dyspareunia is a common problem for many postmenopausal women. Millions of women experience pain before, during, or after sexual intercourse—a condition called dyspareunia (from the Greek dyspareunos, meaning "badly mated"). This condition not only saps sexual desire and enjoyment, it can also...

Anal Sex Tips, Tricks, and Myths

Posted By Josh,
04/08/2020
Anal sex has been considered a taboo topic for far too long, but the good news is that tide seems to be changing.  No longer is anal sex something reserved for non-heterosexual pairings or those into kink.  One study found that one in three heterosexual-identifying people reported having...

Lube 101: A Comprehensive Guide to How to Use Personal Lube

Posted By Astroglide Team,
17/07/2020
Ready to become an Australian expert in all things slippery, sensual, and sexy? Then read on: What exactly is lube? Technically, a lubricant is any substance that helps reduce friction. Lubricants are often used for things like bicycle chains and machines to help cut down on the friction caused by...

Is It Normal to Feel Like You Need to Pee During Sex?

Posted By Gigi Engle,
26/06/2020
It’s shocking how often I receive letters from readers and clients about a need to pee during sex. It can be pretty alarming: One second you’re enjoying sexual play and all of the sudden, you need to urinate. It's uncomfortable and can even cause enough inhibition to stop an orgasm in...

4 Myths About Silicone Lube Debunked

Posted By Astroglide,
26/04/2020
But is silicone lube OK? And can you use it with sex toys? We decided to address and debunk some of the myths that you may have heard about silicone lubricants — because it turns out, there are quite a few of them. Myth 1: Silicone lube will destroy all of your sex toys Many people are under the...

Personal Lubricant Education: Your Comprehensive Guide to How to Use Personal Lubricant

Posted By Astroglide,
25/04/2020
Ready to become an expert in all things slippery, sensual, and sexy? Then please read on: What exactly is personal lubricant? Technically, a lubricant is any substance that helps reduce friction. Lubricants are often used for things like bicycle chains and machines to help cut down on the friction...

Step-By-Step Finger Play You Can Only Do with Quality Personal Lubricant

Posted By Jess O'Rielly,
03/04/2020
Lubricant makes the world go ‘round. While oral sex is sizzling hot, anything you can do with your tongue, you can also do with your fingers — as long as you have lube on-hand. Since you’ve got 10 fingers and only one tongue, the sensations you create with your fingers and personal lube can be even...

Don't ignore vaginal dryness and pain

Posted By Harvard Medical School,
07/03/2020
The condition is treatable, although treatments likely won't provide complete relief. Vaginal dryness occurs in women of all ages, but it becomes much more common after menopause. It's estimated that the problem affects about half of postmenopausal women — most of whom, possibly as many as...

Is it normal to bleed after intercourse?

Posted By Jennifer Huizen,
29/02/2020
Postcoital bleeding refers to genital bleeding after intercourse. The medical community typically uses this term to describe bleeding from the vagina, a fairly common occurrence caused by a wide range of factors. An estimated 0.7 to 9 percent of menstruating women experience postcoital...

What are the possible causes of vaginal dryness?

Posted By Medical News Today,
23/02/2020
Vaginal dryness is a common symptom experienced by women when they go through the menopause transition and possibly for many years after. However, vaginal dryness can happen at any age for several reasons. Vaginal dryness is the result of decreased levels of estrogen. Estrogen is the...