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2 MINUTES ON... Golden rules for good sex.

Byline: DR MIRIAM STOPPARD

Be open, talk about what does and doesn't turn you on and show reciprocity by asking for feedback.

Low, medium and high sex drives are all normal so be generous when your partner's libido is different from yours.

Don't hold back sexual grudges - get them off your chest. The longer you leave it, the more difficult they become to discuss.

Anything is OK between consenting adults.

Find out what pleases you by masturbating, then show your partner how to please you.

Simultaneous orgasms aren't the holy grail of sex so stop chasing them.

Multiple orgasms aren't either. One is fine - so is one a night.

When a woman says NO, that means no sex. Anything else means rape.

We're not sure if the G spot exists so don't stress.

Sex isn't an athletic competition.

Smoking, drugs and alcohol impair erection, arousal and orgasm.

The female orgasm resides in the clitoris. The penis is therefore not the best kind of stimulation. The tongue, a finger or vibrator are often superior.

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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Jan 22, 2016
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