Sexting is the act of sending sexually explicit messages, photos, or videos via digital means, typically a mobile phone.
Sexual satisfaction is a cornerstone of a healthy relationship and, in many cases, a personal indicator of well-being.
In other words, it is produced when a person cannot reach orgasm despite being in a phase of extreme sexual arousal.
Sexual intimacy is a beautiful and vulnerable experience that can leave a lasting impact on our physical, emotional, and mental well-being.
Sex positions are an important part of sexual activity and can help increase pleasure and intimacy between partners.
So why is it that many men won’t acknowledge that they are experiencing burnout?
You’ve seen those situations all too frequently, both in movies or in real life.
Maybe you feel as though you are craving more closeness and connection in your relationships.
How do you feel about giving yourself sexual pleasure? How about talking about it publicly? Do you feel perfectly comfortable tackling the subject?
The Centre for Postdigital Cultures would like to invite you to our Digital Subjectivity and Mediated Intimacy Conference on 22nd–23rd November at Coventry University.
How much sex makes you happy? Five times a week, once a week, two times a month or perhaps you are fine going abstinent for a year?