Answers to sex questions you’re too shy to ask
Let's face it – sex can be confusing. Fortunately, sexperts at Peace FM Online recently answered some questions about sex that may be too taboo to bring up with your partner.
Certified sex therapist Michele Sugg told the news source that women who have sexual dreams about other women aren't necessarily bisexual or homosexual. "Even if it means you feel sexually attracted to another woman, you don't need to pigeonhole yourself," she explained. "Maybe you'll be attracted to women at times. There's a scale rather than being gay, straight or bi."
In response to a separate question, another sex expert, Stephanie Buehler of the Buehler Institute for Sex Therapy, said that it's not uncommon for women to be unable to reach orgasm during sex. She reminds women and their partners that clitoral stimulation may be necessary to achieve climax.
Another question concerning the human papiloma virus (HPV) reveals that around 80 percent of sexually active people have been exposed to a strain of the disease. Fortunately, the infection clears up on its own in 90 percent of cases, according to the news source.