In Your Pants

Posted: June 13, 2007
In Your Pants

Everyone's favorite pretty lady who talks about sexual issues is back! Anna David will be here live in the studio to answer your questions.

Here's what Anna David has to say about herself:

"Anna David has been on staff at Premiere and Parenting, was a fulltime freelancer at People, wrote a sex and relationship column for Razor, and has also been published in Details, Playboy, Cosmo, Maxim, Stuff, Redbook, Teen Vogue, The LA Times, Vanity Fair, Variety, People, Us Weekly, TV Guide,The New York Post, Tatler, Esquire UK, Movieline, LA Confidential, Vegas, and Ocean Drive, among many others.

She's a pop culture expert for The Today Show, appears regularly on Fox Reality Channel's Reality Remix, and has also been featured on ESPN's Cold Pizza, Fox's The Best Damn Sports Show Period, NBC's The Other Half, The Style Network's Modern Girl's Guide to Life, and a collection of shows on VH1 and E! Her first novel, Party Girl, is out now." Click here to order Party Girl from Amazon.

Read more to see an exclusive video for Anna's new book Party Girl and to see her answers from today's show.

What's the proper time before you say, "I love you" to a girl? I just started dating someone and things have been great, but I don't want to screw things up? Is there a time line?

The best answer is to say it when you feel it and not a second before. It can be extremely easy, when you're initially caught up in a romance and getting sexually involved with someone, to think she is simply the greatest person in the world and to believe you're in love. True love, however, has less to do with exciting passion and more to do with trust and commitment. While there are no set rules about when you can and can't say those three words, saying it too soon can be disastrous on a number of levels.

First off, once you say it and she says it back, you're on the "I love you" train; it's now something you guys tell each other regularly.

Secondly, it can scare off a girl who's in the process of opening herself up to you but worried about being smothered. And finally, what you're feeling could very well be the result of the hormones swilling through your head and body and a fantasy you're creating about the girl. Just remember that no harm can come from waiting. After all, once you've said it, you can't take it back.

My girlfriend has said she’d be open to me buying her first vibrator, but I don’t know where to begin. What would you suggest?

Contrary to what many people would think, the best way to get a woman off isn't with a dildo -- even one the size of Jeff Stryker -- because it's only going to stimulate her internally. Direct clitoral contact is your best bet with almost any girl and there are oh so many options for doing that.

There's the rabbit (made famous when Charlotte didn't want to leave the house after getting one on SEX AND THE CITY), which focuses on both the internal part of the vagina and on the clitoris, g-spot dildos and vibrators (they go in and up) and the strongest vibrator known to man -- the Hitachi Magic Wand, which is sold as a "body massager," plugs in and is listed as a favorite by none other than Betty Dodson (arguably the world's leading expert on great orgasms).

Just a word to the wise: the Magic Wand has known to be so effective that it's rendered boyfriends useless, so proceed with caution. And remember that whatever she ends up getting, she can always use it in bed with you.




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