Hot & helpful sex and health tips to help you get game and keep it.
Researchers studied young men going to an STD clinic and discovered that couples rarely stop intercourse to add lubricants to condoms. Long sessions of intercourse can cause vaginal dryness or condom lubrication to dry out, which increases the chance the condom will break and/or slip leading to STIs and unwanted pregnancies. If you’re doing more than a quickie, take the time to lube up. If things are drying up halfway through take the opportunity to pull out, re-lube, and then try a different position.
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A relic found in a cave in Germany is believed to be the world’s oldest sex toy. The 30,000-year-old prehistoric siltstone phallus has carved rings around one polished end, which would have been used as a dildo, and also has markings on the other end indicating that it was used as a tool to ignite fires with a flint say scientists at the University of Tubingen. The phallus was pieced together from several fragments found in the cave after being discarded by its ancient owner because it had been broken. No way to tell if it was broken from overuse as a sex toy or from mishandling during lighting a fire. Read more
Americans over 45 are more open to the idea of sex outside of marriage now than they were ten years ago. They may be more open to the idea, but they also report having sex less frequently and with less satisfaction, too. Financial stress is mostly to blame for hitting the sheets for love less often. Compared to a survey conducted in 1999 where 41% of respondents said non-marital sex was wrong, the new survey shows only 22% of people believe sex without marriage is taboo. For the 45+ crowd, however, only 28% claimed to have sex at least once a week, with 40% having it at least once a month. Both figures are down about 10% from a survey conducted in 2004 for the same age group. Researchers found that respondents who had a partner but weren’t married had more frequent sex and were more satisfied than those who were married. Source: New York Daily News Read more
A recent survey found that overworked people in the U.K. would rather update their Facebook page and check e-mails than have sex. The poll asked about favorite bedroom activities, and making love was number 6, after sleeping, reading, watching TV, listening to music and surfing the Net. Overworked people blame stress and exhaustion as the reason why they only get jiggy with it once every two weeks. Male participants of the survey preferred taking romance outside the bedroom into the living room, kitchen, bathroom and garden. Read more
To stay healthy we need love emotionally and physically. This is proven by researchers. Humans are hardwired to find mates and create an emotional bond. Donʼt leave love to fate. Thereʼs little chance youʼll find the right woman for you by bumping into her one day at the grocery store. Donʼt confuse true love with chemistry either. The truth is you need to learn to love someone over time. Once you find that “someone” you must keep working at it – staying involved in the relationship and being open. Couples who “fall out of love” have drifted apart without trying to work on the relationship. Thatʼs their choice. Donʼt confuse love and sex. Itʼs rare for a long-term relationship to continue to be very passionate, but even if sex isnʼt as frequent, if the love is there youʼve got a deep emotional bond that can lead to a fulfilling life together. Read more