Scratching during sex

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By Tracey Cox for MailOnline. You may think you've learned a thing or two about what the opposite sex enjoys in the bedroom. But have you ever stopped to think about what they don't like? According to Femail's sex and relationships expert Tracey Cox, there's a whole host of things women do during sex that men can't stand - and vice versa.

8 Things to Know About Scratching

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Genital itching after sex can sometimes be due to dry skin or a lack of lubrication around the genital area. In cases where itching persists, this symptom could be a sign of an infection, allergic reaction, or sexually transmitted infection STI. In this article, we look at the possible causes of genital itching in females and males and discuss the treatment options. Some causes of genital itching after sex are the same, regardless of biological sex. Some of the symptoms, however, can differ. Below, we discuss allergies and infections that can affect both males and females. A latex allergy means that the immune system reacts strongly to any product containing latex.

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Question: I'm finding that I want things a little rougher in the bedroom than usual, but I still want the connection of tantra with my boyfriend. Can rough sex and tantra go hand-in-hand? In fact, rough sex dates back to what people consider the oldest authority on sex—the Kamasutra— which was written around B. The Kamasutra has whole chapters on rough sex, actually. Before we get into it, though, just check in with yourself to make sure that you want rough sex for the right reasons.
Adding a bit of spice during a back rub. These are just some of the ways John Brownstone and I have experienced scratching in our kinky play. As always, your experience will be unique to you, but here are a few things to think about if you decide to play with scratching. Scratching is nothing more than a form of sensation play.