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Let's Talk Hard Matters

by Sasha Reid Beard, Sexpert 

This weekly post is for you the reader to ask a question,(click here) or submit a comment that will be shared online. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are not necessarily the view and opinions of management, it's affiliates and sponsors. And the information expressed on this website blog  is not intended to be a substitute for advice from a qualified medical professional. Text “SEXCAPADES” to 55469 to join my private group discussion.


What is a sexpert or sexology? It is the interdisciplinary study of human sexuality including sexual interests, behaviors and function.

TESTOSTERONE is needed in the male sexual response for sex and the mechanics that triggers a desire for sex.

BLOOD FLOW to the Penis is necessary to fill up the cavities of blood more rapidly to increase the flow that  will counter the effect of a weak erection. You want the "Power" on demand to have an erection and maintain it for longer and better sexual experience.


AROUSAL the action or fact of being aroused.


Fellas you work so hard to satisfy your partner only to find out later or after an argument you did not bring it, do not be discouraged, instead listen up, women are passionate creatures and if you want them to climax and have multiple orgasms there are several things that need to happen 1) we must feel comfortable with you and be relax which makes us more receptive and willing sex partners. 2) Orgasms happen when you go deep, women love penetration especially deep penetration because It allows for multiple and easier orgasms as you hit all the right zones.


Q: How many “Sexual  Positions” really do exist?

A: As many as your mind can imagine, but documented there are 69 (CLICK HERE).


Q: How common are Nipple Orgasms aka Breastgasm?

A: Although,Vaginal and Clitoral orgasms get all the attention, Nipple Orgasms are quite common and pleasurable giving you another way to please her in bed.


Q: What is Libido? A:  Sexual Desire.


Q:  Do women really care about size?

A: According to one study published in the British Journal of Urology International (BJUI), the average length of a flaccid penis is 3.61 inches, while the average length of an erect penis is 5.16 inches.The average girth is 3.66 inches for a flaccid penis and 4.59 inches for an erect penis. Girth is the circumference of the penis at its widest section. In a study in the journal PLOS OneTrusted Source, researchers interviewed 75 sexually active women about the size of penis they would prefer for a one-night stand and for a long-term relationship. The average size preferred by the end in the study was an erect penis that is 6.4 inches long and 5 inches in circumference for a one-night was encounter. For a long-term relationship, the average size preferred by the women was a penis that is 6.3 inches long with a circumference of 4.8 inches. It appears women prefer every day Girth rather than size.


Q: How many types of sexual dysfunction are there? Four 

A: Erectile Dysfunction - difficulty getting or keeping an erection. Premature Ejaculation - reaching an orgasm too quickly. Delayed or Inhibited Ejaculation -  reaching an orgasm too slow or not at all.


Q: What is Low Libido?

A: It is reduced interest in sex.


Q: I have been in a long distance relationship for one year and I only see my girlfriend ten days a month so I masturbate for relief and actually enjoy it, is this excessive and is this harmful longterm?

A: No, masturbation  is common for both men and women and is a very natural and safe way to feel sexual pleasure, explore your body and release built up tension. Despite myths there is no evidence of harmful side effects, however excessive masturbating can be harmful to relationships if you begin to enjoy that more than intercourse. Masturbating is  healty, fun and normal.


Q: I have been married for 20 years and love my wife dearly, yet in all these years she is only willing to have sex in one position lying on her back and me on top, the basic beginner position what can I do to get her to try a new position?

A: It sounds like you love your wife so after all these years if you have not been able to coach her to explore more than one position the #1 Missionary or to relax and be  comfortable enough that she is a willing sexual partner. I would say first "DO NOT" discuss your sex life with another woman because your marriage will be over, I would take a trip to Nevada and hire a professional escort to fulfill all of your fantasies and desires (at last check it was at least 15 licensed brothels in the state prostitution is not legal in Las Vegas) and return home a very happy man.


Q: What are the names of the most popular sexual positions?

A: Missionary, Cowgirl, Doggy and Lotus are the most poplar during intercourse. Some positions like Missionary and Cowgirl can be combined and should heighten both your lush and desire. 


Q: What do women really want from there lover in bed?

A: Men as a lover your job is to sexually satisfy your partner with multiple orgasms.  You do that by savoring her body, enjoying the taste, smell and her body shape. Be adventurous and blow her mind by sucking, licking.nibbling and kissing her where you ssh allow instinct to guide you it never fails. Deep penetration is how women reach a climax.


Q: What is a Trisexual?

A: A person that will "try" anything sexual at least once, and is not limited to being sexual with only a  male and female.


Q: Is Impotence AKA Erectile Dysfunction or ED the same thing? 

A:  Yes it is, and you should seek medical treatment or advice from your doctor or a Urologist.


Q: My girlfriend and I have been together for 6 years, I enjoy sex with her and know what pleases her, however, she doesn’t realize after all this time what pleases me is a great Blow Job, how do I tell her so it sinks in without causing problems?

A: First let me say to you how much I appreciate your honesty with yourself, some women could enjoy Oral Sex more if you are not too hairy (if so shave your pubes hair area) use an oral sex flavored spray that will numb the throat so that she can go deeper and lastly have some wine or your favorite beverage of choice, relax (as I have said before women are always open to exploring as long as they feel comfortable) and if you will tell her what you told me she will appreciate your honesty and begin to enjoy giving you some of the best head you have ever bad before, good sex. 


Q: My girlfriend and I have been together for about 2 years and in all this time I would rather masturbate than have her give me a handjob because she never does it correctly, I admit I haven't told her though, why when it is so important to me? 

A: Because you are a coward, and I do agreed with you. One reason, you just laid there even pretending, while enduring a very bad handjob instead of telling her what you really want  because you do not want to hurt her feelings.  Why not give her an opportunity to learn by giving her a  masturbation class showing her how to touch you, what  you want and tell her what is going through your mind during a handjob without feeling exposed or embarrassed. So that going forward she will become   so good at it you will be able to give up masturbating all together. I cannot say it enough your mate if made to feel comfortable during your lovemaking will become a willing active participant.