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The most asked sex related questions. Do you have any?

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Let’s admit, sex is something that gets all of us curious. A thirteen year old will be as much curious about various aspects of it, as a fifty year old would be. But with no sex education in most schools in India, children have very few avenues to seek answers from. And most families in India like to brush it down the carpet, like it never exists. We can have families with nine children, but the patriarch will still hold a flat face when a sex scene comes onto the screen. Not just that, we have families where the three letter word is considered obscene and not to be used loosely while talking. So, if you have innumerable questions in your head regarding positions, the act, the best time to have sex–then you either seek answers from a relationship expert or google can be your go-to-place. Aditi Surana, A relationship Coach and a Graphologist lists down the most common questions that she tackles on a daily basis.

How can I alone create any spark in our sex life?
I wonder when would women understand that for a fulfilling sexual relationship, both have to feel the need of a good sex. It isn’t the responsibility of a woman alone to create that speak. Well, there are ways to get your man interested in you–you have to know what he likes in bed, and what turns him on.

Everything else is going fine. Do I need to worry about not having sex?
Sex definitely spices up your life. It is exciting to be wanting to love each other. But, there is a phase in one’s life where one doesn’t feel like it. And there is nothing wrong with it. You just have to find new reasons for love and sex.

What can we do to keep us going? (Mostly when both the partners are willing to be coached in the area of relationship)
You will hit a rough patch no matter what. It can be smooth sailing always but you have hang in there, be patient of each other.

How do I know if the partner is cheating on me?
There are times when you would not know. But, mostly our sixth sense tells us that all is not well in the relationship.

And some most Googled ones are:
Where is the G spot. My god, this has forever been a query. Infact, some even think that the G spot doesn’t exist, simple because it is hard to find. But Google tells you the the G-spot lies 2-3 inches inside the vagina, and stimulating this area is said to create a more intense orgasm than the clitoral one.

‘How to make a woman orgasm’. I am sure most men who desire to see their woman reach the pinnacle of excitement, look up for answers. And Google doesn’t disappoint. It answers even this!

What’s the best time to have sex?
If you are trying to become a morning person, here’s some motivation for you. Sex is great in the morning because men’s testosterone level is high in the morning; and therefore you will be fully satisfied.