Yay or Nay? What Men Really Think Of Lube

October 16, 2012  |  

From YourTango

Real guys sound in on sexual lubricant—and how truly hot they think it is.

It’s easy to buy a sexual lubricant. Different varieties are available at drugstores, in specialty shops, or online, if you’re the shy type. But what’s not always as easy? Introducing lube to your

They shouldn’t be. Vaginal dryness doesn’t necessarily mean you’re not turned on. It can be caused by normal hormonal changes during a woman’s menstrual cycle. It’s a common side effect of medication, from chemotherapy to asthma inhalers to over-the-counter antihistamines. The chemicals in your shower gel, perfume, or the detergent used to wash your skivvies might even be to blame.

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  • Reese

    Good article, I was on medication that messed up my natural abilities. I tried to have sex. #epicfail I realized after that its no shame in lube

  • eggy

    yup…u just made comment of the week with that one

  • Good Article. Some women i know are afraid of the idea of using lube, because we’re taught as young women that we should always be wet! not true! after my period i am dry as salt.

    • L-Boogie

      LOL! Dry as salt…LOL! That is the funniest thing I heard all day.

    • Kayo Halana Malie

      Anyone with common sense will understand that some women can’t get ‘wet’ naturally and sometimes it is because the man (or woman) who she is with isn’t turning her on.

      • Dr. Dubya

        and sometimes she never gets wet.

      • SunshineBlossom

        Unfortunately it seems like most men skip that health class to mess with other girls who have waterfalls between their legs >.>…