Dear Andrea: You once ran from a letter from "Stretch," who was interested in stretching his scrotum. As someone with naturally occurring low-hangers, let me just say they seem to have minds of their own, finding their ways into the most unexpected places. A playful smack on the ass from my boyfriend can leave me writhing in agony. Even sitting can be risky. I don't see any advantage to having low-hangers, unless, of course, Stretch finds them aesthetically more pleasing than more traditional balls. Read more »
Dear Andrea: When my husband and I first got together in our mid 40s 10 years ago, he was fairly adventurous in bed, and I'm sure you saw this coming, but now the sex is really boring. No spontaneity, nothing different than intercourse, no passion. It's like brushing your teeth — a necessary nuisance — except it gets the sheets dirty.Read more »
It's easy to find reliable stats on penis size, but is there anything out there on average vaginal width and depth? I know: The vagina isn't a constant size, it expands with arousal, etc., but the same could be said of penises, and lab-coated experts have managed to measure them. I've tried to measure with a dildo, and been surprised to notice that even at my most aroused, I can only get it about five inches in. Is this unusually shallow?Read more »
I'm a girl. I take Zoloft. It lowers my sex drive, and when I do get horny it takes forever to come. I want to experiment with Viagra. My friend is afraid it might be dangerous. I say, "If Andrea N. and Violet Blue have tried it, I can too!" Who's right?
Being in my second trimester, I've read volumes about the so-called danger of air embolisms caused by blowing air into the vagina during oral sex. Now, I can't imagine I'm part of an elite few who have had the somewhat embarrassing, occasional "vaginal farts" during or after sex. What do you suppose is the risk of the infamous air embolism occurring from simply getting air forced into the vagina from your basic act of intercourse?