Eveline Stallaart has more than 10 years of experience as a sexologist and psychologist and is most well-known for her participation in Dutch television shows RTL Boulevard and Married at First Sight. Since 2013, Eveline has her own clinic (ESSH) in which she offers accessible care regarding sexology for her patients.
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How to introduce sex toys into the bedroom
Do you feel ready for the next step between the sheets and does the soft purring of sex toys sound like music to your ears? Clueless on how to broach this topic to your partner? No need to panic. Our sexologist Eveline Stallaart is here to save the day.
Come, orgasm, come
Your partner gets an orgasm, you get an orgasm! It sounds pretty straightforward, right? Well, unfortunately that’s not always the reality. When it comes to climaxes in the bedroom, there’s still a pretty big orgasm gap.
Why watching too much porn is bad for your brain
Online excitements are just a mouse click away for whoever desires them. And that’s convenient, but masturbating to porn too often can also lead to negative side effects.
Let’s talk about sex baby: 10 tips on how to talk about sex with your partner
The idea of sitting down with your partner and having the sex talk can cause a lot of stress and insecurties for some of us. Luckily, we have some tips that can make the talk go smoothly for the both of you!
Sexologist Eveline Stallaart: “A sex life is never ‘broken’”
Filmmaker Lize Korpershoek (34) doesn’t feel like having sex anymore and made the documentary ‘Mijn seks is stuk’ [My sex life is broken]. It’s been topic of the day ever since. Reason for us to ask Sexologist Eveline Stallaart about this heavy topic.
Squirting: breaking the myth
Squirting. Jizzing, Making it Rain. It’s not quite our top priority here at Cycle, but it does need to be addressed. If we are to believe most pornsites it’s apparently kind of a big deal.
Vaginismus: Nothing to be ashamed of
Many women have pain sometimes during penetrative sex or struggle with inserting their tampon. No need to worry, but when penetration is always painful and putting in a tampon or a finger feels impossible, there might be a chance that you have vaginismus.