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Women Here Is How To Become Better In Bed

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Hit these erogenous zones for a guaranteed good time. We are here to help you make your sex life better.

How can you learn some new sex tips for women?

Handy sex tips for women guide. FYI, these are targeted at women who have sex with men or people who have penises, but many of the points can be applied to folk of any gender.

You’ll probably already know some of these sex tips for women, but we guarantee you’ll learn a thing or two about some unexpected turn-ons.

Then you’re done here, wise up on the biggest female erogenous zones for better orgasms (or, casually leave this web page open around your partner so they swot up, too). And, if you’re going it alone, this five-day plan will take your masturbation game to the next level.

How to become better in bed

1. Learn to kiss, properly

Full-on kissing boosts levels of dopamine in the brain, a desire-spiking neurotransmitter in both men and women.

To get your other half going, try this piece of sex advice: trace their lips slowly with your tongue, or softly bite the edge of their lower lip with your teeth.

But, before you think about putting this tip to the test during a steamy summer pool sesh, you might want to read and think twice before having sex in water.

2. Play with their ears

In a survey, ears ranked just behind the scrotum as a body part that, when touched, can help men reach their peak. Who knew it was such a turn on?

Add this to your list of sex techniques: try delicately nibbling or licking their ears as they’re getting closer to orgasm while whispering something like: ‘Do you like it when I touch you?’

3. Don’t be scared of the scrotum

No biting or pinching, please: this area is extra vulnerable to sharp impact.

So what is up its street and worth ranking in the nine sex tips for women? Gentle sucking, squeezing or cupping, may help some men reach climax more easily during sex.

When it comes to foreplay, use this technique from Harwick: ‘Start with your hand around both balls, then bring your fingertips together over them – like you’re picking up a napkin off the floor.’

4. Get involved in the neck

Their neck is as tingle-triggering as your own, and a study published in the journal Ergonomics found that the nape loves low-frequency vibrations.

Take advantage by kissing the back of their neck with your mouth slightly open, and hum. ‘The combination of heat and vibrations will help prompt some serious sensations,’ sex expert Emily Morse says.

Or dip into your toy drawer for a fingertip vibe and massage their hairline.

Things not going quite to plan? Make sure you’re not making one of the six biggest mistakes couples make in the bedroom before carrying on.

5. Don’t be shy with the shaft

Men rated the shaft tops for orgasmic sensitivity when compared with the rest of their nether regions, says a survey published in the journal BJU International.

Because the internal erectile tissues lie deep beneath the skin’s surface, when it comes to how to get your grip on, the best sex tips for women will tell you that many guys like the shaft handled pretty firmly. Form a fist around it, moving up and down and adding pressure as you go.

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Gay And Bisexual Men Warned Over Strange Disease

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Gay and bisexual men have been urged to be on the lookout for ‘unusual rash’ after four men in the UK were diagnosed with monkeypox, bringing the total number of cases in the latest outbreak to seven.

According to health officials, all four new patients are gay or bisexual men who were infected in London and had no travel links to Africa, as reported by MailOnline earlier today.

Two of them are known to each other but have no ties to any of the previous cases, indicating that the virus is spreading in the community for the first time.

Nurses and doctors are being advised to be on the lookout for patients who have developed a new rash.

Monkeypox is frequently confused with more common rash illnesses such as chickenpox, measles, scabies, and syphilis, making early diagnosis difficult.

‘This is rare and unusual,’ said Dr. Susan Hopkins, chief medical adviser at the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA).

‘The UKHSA is investigating the source of these infections as soon as possible because evidence suggests that the monkeypox virus may be transmitted in the community through close contact.’

‘We are especially urging gay and bisexual men to be aware of any unusual rashes or lesions and to contact a sexual health service as soon as possible.’

The West African strain of the virus, which is thought to be milder than other strains, was found in all seven UK cases.

The UKHSA stated that the exact way the new patients contracted the infection “remains under urgent investigation.”

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Man Who Initially Thought He Was Suffering From Sore Throat Later Finds Out He Has HIV And Is Now Urging People To Get Tested

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Kyle Dallape, a man, revealed how his ‘ordinary’ complaint of a sore throat turned out to be him being HIV positive.

Kyle Dallape, a marketing director from California, US, said on TikTok that he thought he had a sore throat but that there was nothing to worry about.

His doctor later diagnosed him with strep throat, a bacterial infection.

The 27-year-symptoms old’s began to worsen, with weight loss, oral thrush, and swollen lymph nodes, as well as the bacterial infection reappearing twice.

He realized something was wrong after losing 30 pounds.

He had been tested for HIV a few weeks before his initial diagnosis, and the results were negative, so he didn’t believe his symptoms were related.

He was diagnosed with the virus after additional testing in June 2018, which devastated him.

“My worst nightmare had come true,” Kyle said.

“My parents, friends, and now-fiancee were all crucial in getting me started on treatment and realizing that my life wasn’t over.”

“A month later, I began Biktarvy, a once-daily HIV treatment pill, and by November of that year, I had reached undetectable levels of the virus.”

“Since then, my T-cell count continues to rise and my viral load has been undetectable ever since.”

In a bid to spread awareness and break the stigma surrounding HIV, he decided to share his story on TikTok.

In a clip, which has received one million views and over 163,000 likes, Kyle talks about how he lost 30lbs and could barely walk before having further tests to find out what was wrong.

In a final clip, the word “HIV” is written in the centre of the screen surrounded by a dark background.

Kyle captioned the post: “Get tested regularly and ask your partners what their status is! Knowledge is power.”

Kyle added: “HIV is not what it used to be, as modern medicine has come so far – but society has quite a way to catch up.

“I hope that by putting a face to this, I can show how manageable this disease can be and that those who are positive, can live long and healthy lives with treatment.

“It’s time for the stigma to end.”

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Ashanti Region: Man Found Dead In Girlfriend’s Room After Sleeping Over

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A 34-year-old man is said to have died in his girlfriend’s room in Asawase, Ashanti Region’s Asokore Mampong Municipality.

Felix Arkoh had gone to his girlfriend’s house on Saturday with the intention of spending the night.

According to Matthew Amissah, an Assemblymember from the area, the two had dinner and went to bed, only for his lifeless body to be discovered the next morning by his girlfriend.

Asawase Police have since taken the body to the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital mortuary for preservation and autopsy.

Abena Boatemah, the deceased’s girlfriend, was also arrested by Asawase police to assist with the investigation.

Meanwhile, the deceased’s elder brother, Spio Hammond, spoke to Class FM in Accra and urged the police to expedite the investigation into their relative’s death.

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