There is a fine American tradition of self-improvement that seems to run rampant in the first month of the year. Already I am surrounded by people on diets and working out. I thought then, why not resolve to improve your sexual fitness as well? With this in mind, I searched the web for sexual advice and fitness tips. Orgasm improvement technique would be dear to the heart of many, and is the subject of the "Extended Orgasms: A Sexual Training Class" home page at www.luckymojo.com/tkorgasmworkshop.html. This is an informational essay written by a woman who attended a tantric training session. She also recommends books: ESO (Extended Sexual Orgasm) by Allen Brauer and One Hour Orgasm by Bob Schwartz. There are also links to other tantric sites on this page.
If your tastes run less to the exotic and more to the clinical, go to www.sexforlife.com. This is a sophisticated and obviously professionally put-together site. It features slide shows (with accompanying audio should you wish for further explanation) titled "Foreplay for Men" and "Foreplay for Women." The Sex for Life "community," as they title their home page, also offers a chat room, galleries and libraries, a billboard to post messages to other members, and more.
For women, there's nothing like kegels to help your sex life. Ever wondered exactly what they are? Over at homearts.com/rb/life/10sexfb4.htm you can find a detailed explanation, as well as instructions on how to do them. For more woman-oriented advice, www.womens-orgams.com is a site that markets a book titled Women's Orgasm: A Guide to Sexual Satisfaction. At www.-sexhealth.com is the on-line version of the magazine Sexual Health. You may preview a current issue, view resources available for STDs, for example, or read up on female orgasms by clicking on the orgasm.html link.
And for men, http://www.mind.net/jack/indexp2.htm contains information on male multiple orgasms. This is the home page for the "Global Seminar on Multiple Orgasm for Men and their Partners," and seems to exist mainly as a selling tool. To this end they include testimonials from satisfied customers and interestingly, on-line chat advice. Past transcripts are available. But most valuable are the "tips." Here you can read up on the MMO (as it is referred to) techniques which seem to be predicated on breathing methods. Hey, whatever works.
But there is more to sexual fitness than orgasm. At http://www.homearts.com/rb/life/10sexff1.htm you'll find seven easy steps to becoming a better lover. This is advice for women. For men the equivilant is at http://www.mensfitness.com/mensfitness/sex/sex_index1.cfm. This is an index of links to articles that have appeared in Men's Health magazine. Some samples: Eight Ways to Do It Well, Condom Nation, and Rate Your Sex Appeal. Remember: knowledge is power!
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