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A 23-year-old male asked:

how to have better sex?

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Dr. George Klauber
Specializes in Pediatric Urology
Compatible partner: Someone you enjoy spending time with. Get plenty of sleep to avoid being tired. Have sex in pleasant, romantic surroundings. Above all take your time, never rush, plenty of stroking or massaging & kissing. Then comes foreplay including everything or anything that you & partner enjoy, oral manual or genital. Most women love attention to their clitoris. Then enter slowly & take time. Then post-play.

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A 54-year-old member asked:

Does playful sex work better in the beginning of relationships or later on?

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Dr. Samuel Miles
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It depends: If you and your partner are both in a playful mood, sex can be very playful. Early in a relationship when responsibilities have not built up opportunities for play may be more plentiful. But maintaining a capacity for play is a valuable trait in many happy relationships.
A 44-year-old member asked:

Why all the fuss about sex trafficking? A guy's better off with pro than pickup abroad, no?

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Dr. Ankush Bansal
Internal Medicine 17 years experience
Seriously?: 1. Stds 2. Hiv/aids, hepatitis 3. Slavery of young girls - they're someone's daughter or wife 4. Perpetuation of poverty rather than helping people 5. Violence - forcing someone to do something they don't want because they are desperate (unless kidnapped - see #3).
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Traffickers make money from inflicting massive sexual and physical traumas in girls as young as 8 yo, teens, and in adult women.
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A 32-year-old male asked:

What medicine I can take to have better sex feelings?

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Dr. Warren Kriedman
Psychiatry 47 years experience
Therapy: There is no magic pill to have better sex. After excluding any physical problems, there are many excellent therapists that specialize in sexuality. Many people need to explore their emotions and religious beliefs. You gain insight into your personal conflicts that block your enjoyment of your sexual feelings.
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A 48-year-old male asked:

Is it advisable to take vigormax tabs for better sex?

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Dr. Kenneth Smith
Internal Medicine 32 years experience
No benefit: Will not hurt but little benefit in sexual arena.
A 33-year-old member asked:

I am 17. Can i self-sex regularly or is it better from time to time?

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Dr. Ed Friedlander
Pathology 44 years experience
Enjoy your body: Essentially all male and most female teens stimulate themselves frequently. Most of your male peers do it several times a week. It won't hurt you, it will help you keep focused on other things you need to be doing, and you'll learn about your mind and body to prepare you for being an adult. It won't make you tall, short, bald, hairy, infertile, unspiritual, or insensitive.

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