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When he analyzed the numbers, he found that the prone sleepers, as a group, were much more likely to score highly on what he calls the Dream Motif Scale (DMS), regardless of their personality type. Motifs like “persecution,” “erotomania,” and “sex” appeared significantly more frequently.
Unsurprisingly, “heterosexual men dilated most to the other sex, homosexual men dilated most to the same sex, and bisexual men dilated more equally than other men to both sexes,” the authors wrote. The same wasn’t true for straight women, though. On average, heterosexual women dilated more to images of a man than to a landscape, but they also responded more strongly to images of a woman masturbating compared to heterosexual men watching a man. Lesbians and bisexual women in the study more closely followed the male patterns.
Male Co-Worker: Can I ask you what might sound like a weird question?
Me: Go ahead.
Male Co-Worker: Are you offended by sexual innuendo?
Me: Dude, are you hitting on me?
Male Co-Worker: No.
Me: Then no.
Male Co-Worker: Good, because there's quite a bit of that here.
Me: Thanks for the warning.
Me: I’m finishing up this one book that has taken me forever. I need a quick read, any suggestions?
Brian: Fifty Shades of Grey.
Me: When did I become a sexually curious female?
Brian: I actually heard it’s poorly written.
Me: Heard huh? From who?
When you read the 50 Shades Of Grey trilogy you will come across, along with your scenes of light BDSM, some baffling word choices. One telling count: “Moist” appears three times; “explodes,” nine times; and “sweatpants,” 14 times. Yesterday, at New York’s Vulture blog, Patti Greco listed the trilogy’s 50 worst uses of synonyms. But there’s another weird word that crops up in the books, and that’s “argh.” It’s not that the word itself is weird. It’s that E L James uses it only for sex scenes, and it has to be most unsexy word you could ever possibly yell during sex. Right? I dare you to try it.
What service can anyone provide to justify up to $5,500 an hour?
What explains the enormous income gap between high-end prostitutes and ordinary streetwalkers or even typical working women?
Unlike their low-end counterparts, high-end call girls are expected to supply some level of companionship, and often accompany clients to dinners or parties. Because a beautiful and intelligent woman inevitably has other job (and marriage) options, a very high wage is necessary to encourage them to forgo other opportunities, and risk arrest, disease and shame.
1. Fat and naked is still naked.
2. Horny is not sexy.
3. Pull the trigger, tease.
4. Hand jobs are for sissies.
5. Penis picture sharing etiquette
6. Don’t be afraid to spit.
7. Understand the term “school teacher.”
8. Strip club foreplay.
9. Size doesn’t matter as much as you think.
10. The double standard is alive and well.
The Last Longer Stamina Pillows are supposedly a new product from the Durex marketing department. Just in case you need help figuring this one out, the pillows display creepy looking women on the pillow cases. Keep your eyes on these not-so-attractive women during sexual intercourse, and you’ve got all the time in the world before you reach the finish line.
Then again, these pillows may present a a whole new problem, preventing you from even getting started in the first place. (via Last Longer Stamina Pillows | inStash)
“The desire of the man is for the woman,” Madame de Stael famously penned, “The desire of the woman is for the desire of the man.” Being the center of sexual attention is a fundamental female turn-on dramatized in women’s fantasies, female-authored erotica, and in the cross-cultural gush of sultry self-portraits.
Studies have found that more than half of women’s sexual fantasies reflect the desire to be sexually irresistible. In one academic survey, 47 percent of women reported the fantasy of seeing themselves as a striptease dancer, harem girl, or other performer. Fifty percent fantasized about delighting many men. “Being desired is very arousing to women,” observes clinical psychologist Marta Meana, president of the Society for Sex Therapy and Research.
Though hordes of men pay to peruse amateur photography depicting the anatomy of ladies, not a single website collects cash from ladies interested in surveying amateur photography of phalluses. It is this marked gender difference in interest that reveals the dichotomous evolutionary pressures shaping male and female exhibitionism: Women feel the conscious desire to catch the universally attentive male eye, but since women’s erotic attention is rarely ensnared by a penis, the male exhibitionist urge is comparatively vestigial.
The tale says that it was the sexy Cleopatra who had the original idea that resulted in the first vibrator: a hollow gourd full of angry bees. Whether this was true or not, we will never know.
I gotta call BS on that.
A survey has concluded that around 11pm on a Saturday night is the most common time for a woman to feel amorous.
Not only were yogurt-fed rodents noticeably slimmer than their peers, but the males exhibited a distinct sexual “swagger,” complete with shinier fur and more pronounced… features.
One eagle-eyed lab assistant noticed what was giving the males a surplus of machismo. Their testicles were far bigger than those of their peers–5 percent larger than mice who ate a normal diet, and 15 percent bigger than mice who were fed junk food. [emphasis mine]
Bad consumers are responsible for those signs that remind you not to litter, smoke, talk too loudly, turn off our cellphones, and apparently to stop having sex in cable cars.
An Australian news broadcast reports that riders — especially those born in the ’90s (must be all those sexy En Vogue and Color Me Badd songs) — on the gondolas high above China’s Henan Province have been using the cable cars as a place to express their most intimate feelings for one another.
Lifetime television has a new reality series called, “7 Days of Sex,” which follows two couples per week as they are assigned to have sex 7 days in a row. The cameras follow them each step of the way to see what happens during this mini-experiment. The hope is that each couple will spice up their bedroom life, renew their commitment to one another, and transform their marriage.
The idea of a therapist assigning sex is not a new one. The idea of 30 days of sex abounds in books, magazines, and even at church. In fact a Florida pastor made the national news after asking his married patrons to engage in an experiment of 30 straight days of sex. Pastor Paul Wirth of Relevant Church cited a statistic that 20 million Americans who are married have sex less than 10 times a year.
Adam Ostrzenski, a gynecological surgeon who specializes in cosmetic procedures in St. Petersburg, Florida, published his headline-grabbing study today in the Journal of Sexual Medicine. In it, he describes finding the organ during a dissection of an 83-year-old female cadaver in Poland.
But the author of a review of studies published earlier this year on the mysterious erogenous zone says Ostrzenski’s organ isn’t the G-spot — and that there probably is no G-spot as we know it…. He says there are major problems with the new study, including that it was a single dissection of a woman whose “genito-urinary” history was unknown, and that no physiologic testing of the specimen was conducted to determine if it played any role in arousal. “I don’t think this study takes us any closer to finding the G-spot,” he says. Ostrzenski included pictures of the organ in his paper, but Kilchevsky thinks they are more likely to depict “clitoral bodies” or a vaginal gland not involved in arousal, like those that secrete lubrication. [emphasis mine]
Dead or alive, I think we can all agree that we’re happy that there was no physiologic testing of the 83 year-old’s supposed G-spot.