'Spice up your sex life with a Mysore masala dosa'

May 20, 2016, 06:00 IST | Dr. Love

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Q. What sort of food do you recommend my girlfriend and I eat to get us into the mood for sex? I don't want to try any pills.
A. Speaking from personal experience, a Mysore masala dosa always turns me on. It doesn't necessarily turn my partner on, but that's something you can experiment with. If there is no South Indian restaurant in your locality, this can also be a business opportunity for you. You may not have sex, but you can become a restaurateur.

Q.I'm afraid to have sex too often because I'm worried about breaking my boyfriend's penis. Can this happen?
A. This is what happens when you watch a lot of awful American sitcoms. An erect penis is referred to as a boner by some teenagers in America, but it's not actually a bone. Having said that, it is definitely possible to fracture your boyfriend's penis if the two of you indulge in particularly vigorous sex. He can do this himself too though, if he masturbates vigorously like a strange person. This can happen because an erect penis is engorged with blood, so forceful bending can lead to fairly serious injury. Do you really intend to go at it like a wrestler in a mud pit though? If we were all so afraid, we would have thousands of men walking around with fractured members. It's a rare occurrence, so stop obsessing about it and jump into bed at once.

Q. What should I do if the condom being used by my boyfriend comes off inside me?
A. Stop having sex and try watching television instead. I'm joking, of course. There's no reason for you to panic, because this is actually a fairly common thing. All you need to do is retrieve the condom and ensure it is intact. If you're worried about its contents leaking inside you, opt for another form of contraception, such as the pill, as a precaution. If you have more than one partner though, you might want to get a test done to avoid any sexually transmitted disease.

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