Must-Read: ABCs of Sex
There’s no such thing as too many sex tips. Even the biggest ladies man needs some extra pointers now and then in the bedroom. And, as we’ve already discussed here, the more you know about sex, the better you’re going to be and the more she’s going to want to come back for seconds. With that in mind, something like the Big Book of Sex (published by the folks over at Men’s Health) is necessary reading of Biblical importance.
But, if you don’t have the time or money to digest the entire tome, the magazine has done us all the great service of passing along a few points of sex-related knowledge through their expansive The ABCs of Sex. Since the beginning is a good place to start, let’s go ahead and give you a sample of what you can learn from the letter “A” alone:
Short for Anterior Fornix Erogenous (AFE) Zone, this is a sensitive area located midway between a woman’s cervix and G-spot on the front wall of the vagina. Stroking this highly sensitive spongy area causes almost immediate lubrication. To reach it, insert a lubed finger into the vagina as far as it will comfortable go. Rub gently using the length of the finger exploring the front wall. When found, she’ll start to get wet.
Spice up oral sex by sucking on an extra-strength mint lozenge before you stroll down below. Refreshing!
The practice of anal sex has been around for centuries and today it is more common among heterosexuals than one might think. Many couples find it to be highly enjoyable, partly because the area near the rectum is a sensory-rich venue with loads of nerve endings close to the surface. To learn more, order your copy of The Big Book of Sex.
There’s much more — 25 letters more, to be exact — so head over to the site and stock up on the sex tips. You never know which ones will come in handy.
About Rick Mosely Rick is the editor for TSB magazine.