Sujeiry Gonzalez Contributor
Sujeiry Gonzalez is Latina's love and sex expert and the Host of LOVE Sujeiry on SiriusXM (Ch 154). The founder of LoveSujeiry - a brand for love and beauty - and Publisher of LoveSujeiry.com is also a Rodan + Fields consultant. Sujeiry has authored two books that help Latinas navigate the world of dating and love (Dating RITE: Advice on Dating Woes from Your Go-to Chica and Love Trips: A Collection of Relationship Stumbles) and provides dating and beauty advice daily.
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There’s a Sex and the City episode where Samantha Jones wears a pearl thong, compliments of her boyfriend Richard. She’s thrilled at first. The beads tickle her vagina and arouse her to no end. But, when she runs in said pearly thongs, the experience is less than pleasant.
That’s kind of what happens when you’ve "pearled."
Rules really suck the life out of a relationship. Having a list of do’s and don'ts for your significant other makes the interaction between the two of you start to feel like one big chore list. Sure, you have needs and desires that must be met, but that doesn't mean your man needs to march to the strict beat of your drum.
So, baja la regla — here are some relationship rules that need to die, STAT:
Never Call or Text First
Some girls just want to have fun — and that includes knocking boots with someone and never having to see them again. The problem is sex can often complicate things. Feelings come up. Instead of hitting it and quitting it like you hoped, the guy wants to stay over or take you out to dinner. Stage 5 Clinger alert!
If you find yourself constantly having to push a hookup out the door, you need to master the game.
When in a relationship, fighting with your partner is par for the course but it doesn’t have to be dramatic and lead to blows. How do you fight fair with your significant other? Drs. Bob & Judith Wright, relationship experts and co-authors of The Heart of the Fight, dish on how to argue with your partner without harming the relationship for good.
Don’t focus on the negative
They say sex gets better with age. Like a fine wine, our sexual desires and tastes become much more defined as we age — which, naturally, makes sex much more enjoyable. Besides, how many of you can say you had awesomely orgasmic sex as a young mujer? Not many, I bet.
Online dating is all the rage, but many women are still terrified of meeting men with the swipe of a finger. It can be risky — you’re chatting with and eventually meeting with a stranger!
When you hear the term “open relationship," what comes to mind? Let me guess: swingers parties, wild sex and noncommittal relationships where anything — and anyone — goes. That’s the usual assumption. But can an open relationship actually thrive?
If you’re curious about this relationship phenomenon, or are bored of monogamy and thinking of venturing into an open relationship, here’s some insight on what it's really like to share your cama — and heart.
In the heat of passion, you’ve probably called out the name of your lover. If you’re in a committed relationship, you may even have a nickname for his penis. “Peek-a-boo, I see you!” you coo. His pecker comes out to play, and you kiss it with love and devotion before mumbling, “My little Willie!” And there goes his erection.
No man wants their dick compared to something minute or cutesy. They want their penis to be upheld and respected — like a missile or an anaconda. So, what do you call his penis? A few women shared their nicknames with us:
Have you ever wondered why you keep dating the same type of person? Are you tired of feeling unloved, not good enough or under appreciated in every romantic relationship? Take a look within, and analyze whether that stems from a lack of self-love and self-worth.
Just because you can insert something phallic into your vagina doesn’t mean you should insert it. Sure, an empty Corona bottle fits right in, but the dangers outweigh the positives. Here's another pro tip: don't use a cucumber as a dildo. It just might kill you.
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