To discuss a few practical ways couples can actually have more stimulating and gratifying sex, we sought out Dr.

Bea Jaffrey, a clinical psychologist and psychotherapist based in Switzerland.

Below are some tips from her new book on how to overcome common sex issues, Research suggests that better communication is key to better sex, and no, we don't necessarily mean dirty talk.

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The co-founders are hoping that their Tinder-inspired creation for will spell an end to an excruciatingly painful experience that large-sized women often have to endure in search of prospective dating partner.

"We're just trying to provide a comfortable environment for women who happen to be a little larger. But we wanted to show that you don't need to have a low BMI [body mass index] to be attractive," said Li as mentioned in a report by The Daily Dot.

When it comes to knowing what makes your partner tick in the bedroom, tutorials on "mind-blowing sex positions" only get you so far.

Dating in the 21st Century is interestingly diverse.

The online hype has taken romance into a whole new level with Tinder-like niche dating apps catering to various preferences- Star Wars enthusiasts, Anime lovers, Pet owners, and so much more.

They usually fill in the gaps where traditional dating fails.

While niche dating apps have become commonplace, plus-size people remain largely cut-off from the dating scene until now.

Woo Plus has come to the rescue of plus-size men and women who couldn't get the attention they deserve from conventional dating sites.

It is an emerging platform that responds to a growing yet marginalized market of romantic hopefuls who feel the need for an accepting dynamic community.

The whole of enterprise of creating an app for big-sized women was borne out of frustration with the traditional size-conscious dating scene.

After watching a viral video on You Tube showing a woman getting humiliated by men for her un-datable figuresque, Woo Plus creators Neil Raman and Michelle Li thought of offering a safe refuge for plus size men and women minus the judgmental come-ons as stated by Metro. I decided to solve this problem and create an app just for big girls," remarked Raman as quoted saying by People Magazine.