Sex can help improve your physical and mental wellbeing. And with hyper-sexual images and storylines dominating shows and movies, couples often ask: Should we be having more sex?
From burning calories and strengthening your vaginal walls, to reducing stress and helping you sleep, sex offers a range of health benefits. Though people are quick to compare themselves against others, there is no magic number when it comes to how often you should have sex with your partner, according to Mary Andres, a professor at the University of Southern California, and co-coordinator of marriage and family therapy program.
Andres said couples need to understand how often each person needs to have sex to be fulfilled in the relationship.“Some people want to have sex every day, and they are,” she said.
Now she plans to open a new retail shop at 1515 Walnut St. For the next three months she will be using the space as a workroom, making T-shirts, patches, underwear and ceramics including mugs and planters.
On the dark, cavernous dance floor — which is located in the imposing turbine hall of a defunct East German heating and power station — the strain of endless partying is starting to become evident.
Near the club's main staircase, an overly energetic young man in knee socks and short shorts is dangerously close to falling from a platform on to a trio of skinny brunettes below.
While she was a student, she starting making clothes and selling them under her brand, Sex Ice Cream, in area specialty stores and online.
After graduating, she did a month-long pop-up in Los Angeles and her line was picked up by a few other shops in California, Nevada and Utah.