7 Sex Tips We Learned from the Book ‘Girl Boner’

Hands up if you want a richer, fuller and more pleasure-filled life? Well, health and sexuality writer August McLaughlin has released a new book, titled Girl Boner: The Good Girl’s Guide to Sexual Empowermentthat aims to help with exactly that. Tackling subjects like solo play, birth control, gender identity and sexuality and religion, McLaughlin encourages women to embrace their bodies and sexuality—all on their own terms. Here, seven of her best tips.

In a Rut? Have an Affair with Your Partner

It’s easy to just go through the motions, but a sense of newness can really shake things up (in a good way), says McLaughlin. Try thinking of your partner as someone you’ve just started an affair with and want to seduce. “To put this idea into action, plan to meet at a public or private location besides your home. Take on different personas, and role-play as though you’re going on your first date, or meeting at a club or bar.” Steamy.

Experiment with Toys

“It’s common for people to experience anxiety around toys, wondering if they’ll replace a partner or if there’s something inherently wrong with you if you feel the need for one,” writes McLaughlin. But the answer in both cases is a resounding no. And while a vibrator is usually the first sex toy that comes to mind, there are so many more to explore including couple’s toys and kink accessories. If you’re feeling overwhelmed, go to a reputable store (like Pleasure Chest) and speak to one of the knowledgeable staff. Another tip? Go for body safe toys, i.e., ones made with materials considered safe for bodily use (look for “body safe” lingo on the packaging).

Source: www.purewow.com