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DR. DENISE RENYE IS FEATURED IN THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES
Having Multiple Devoted Boyfriends Is Wonderful, Polyandrous Women Confirm
In polyandry, women have multiple male partners, all of whom are totally devoted to them. We spoke to several women in polyandrous relationships to find out what it's like.
7 Major Signs That You and Your Partner Shouldn't Get Married
If you're in a serious relationship and you're considering getting married, experts say there are some tough questions you need to discuss with your partner first.
Here's Everything You Need to Know About How to Have a Clitoral Orgasm
The clitoris, with its 8,000 nerve endings, exists to give you pleasure. A climatic way to enjoy make the most of it is, unsurprisingly, a clitoral orgasm. But what exactly is a clitoral orgasm, and how does it differ from vaginal orgasms? Most importantly, how can you achieve one?
I Went on a Month-Long Quest to Achieve Multiple Orgasms
Usually I’m content with one orgasm. More than content. Thrilled! But I'd always heard of women who could climax multiple times and wondered whether I was missing something. Yes, I'd had more than one orgasm before, but it usually happened randomly and alone. I wanted to learn how to do it on command, damn it! And I’d heard there were techniques I could use to make that happen, so I consulted some experts.
11 of the Most Common Sexual Fetishes
The term “fetish” may evoke images of black bodysuits and complicated sexual contraptions, but you may already be acting out some of the most common examples, such as spanking. What defines a fetish, though, isn't what the activity or object of desire is so much as the role it plays in someone's life. “A fetish is typically referred to as a behavior that someone cannot get sexually aroused without. Fetishes can also be a term people use to describe a sexual arousal that is coupled with a typically non-sexual object,” says sexologist and psychologist Denise Reyne.
Why You're Turned On By The Idea Of Your Partner Having Sex With Someone Else
However you feel about your partner having sex with someone else — whether you're terrified or turned on (or somewhere in between) — there are many people out there who get off on the thought of their S.O. getting it on with a third party.
How To Safely Fulfill Your Hot Gang Bang Fantasy
A gang bang is when multiple people have sex with one person at the same time or when they have sex with one person one right after the other. In heteronormative terms, it refers to a woman being penetrated by multiple men. A reverse gang bang is when one man has sex with multiple women. While gang bangs are a form of group sex, they differ from an orgy in that there's usually one point person. (To be clear: We're speaking of consensual group sex.)
Women Share What They Think About When Waiting for Their Partners to Orgasm
During sex, tradition says you should be thinking about your partner: his passionate dirty talk, her lovely collarbone, the way they touch you in just the right way. But the mind often has other plans; you may find yourself reverting to sure-fire fantasies, like a nice consensual gangbang, to get you to the finish line. Or you have a massive deadline and the only person dominating your brain is your editor.
The New-Age Kinksters Mixing BDSM with Energy Work
BDSM often includes violent sex (whippings can leave a mark), but some kinksters are adding "energy work" to their sexual routine. Energy work harnesses the world's "energy" to heal ailments. According to many new age people, energy inhabits the world. It's often known as "manna," Ki," "qi," or "chi." Mixing energy work with BDSM gives the fetish a spiritual element.
The Kinky Sex "Trend" That You're Probably Already Doing
A new sex "trend," the art of "zen spanking," is currently circulating the internet, and it's being billed as the latest kink you have to try. The catch? If you enjoy even light spanking or are at all into BDSM, zen spanking isn't new. In fact, you're likely already doing it.
11 Signs of Emotional Abuse in Relationships
Emotional abuse is insidious: Not only does it take many forms, it can be difficult to recognize.
According to Denise Renye, a certified sexologist and psychologist, emotional abuse "may be delivered as yelling, putting a partner down, commenting on a partner's body, deliberately not respecting a partner's boundaries, and saying one thing while doing something else entirely."
Podship Earth Podcast : Distracted
We are truly living in the age of distraction. Drivers are six times more likely to crash from distraction than from driving drunk in California. Distraction is a factor in 80 percent of car crashes. On public transit, reasonably no one noticed a man openly holding a gun for 10 minutes, which he used to kill a passenger because they were also distracted playing candy crush and checking Facebook…