Facebook has a new set of Community Guidelines, and they're bad news for anyone who would like to even vaguely mention sex or anything related to it. The new guidelines profess to be targeting 'sexual solicitation', but the implications are far wider reaching than that.
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Your skin is your biggest sensory organ, so it’s worth remembering not to leave it out of your fun in the bedroom. As well as being a psychological turn-on for many people, spanking, whipping and slapping in the close proximity of your genital area helps to gets the blood flowing for bigger and more intense orgasms - so what are you waiting for?
We are, as a society, having much less sex than we used to, according to Time. Reporter Belinda Luscombe delved into research that indicates people everywhere are just not entertaining themselves by fornicating anymore. For example, the National Opinion Research Council at the University of Chicago claimed that the number of people freaking at least once a week went from 45 per cent in 2000 to 36 per cent by 2016.
Being a porn star today typically involves a range of sex work, from selling self-produced clips, to offering phone sex services, being an escort, taking care of “sugar daddies” (i.e. rich, usually older men), or “camming” on the internet. Previously regarded as not worth the time for many porn stars, using a webcam from the comfort of one’s home to broadcast oneself masturbating or having sex has emerged as a popular choice.
Women watch porn. We might not watch it as much as men do – according to Pornhub, women make up around 25% of all visitors on the site – but it’s not quite the "guy thing" people make out either. But what sort of porn do we like to watch?
"Is my penis smaller than average?" This is a question most men ask their partners at one point or another. Unfortunately, unless you're bigger than the norm (or dating a sociopath), you probably didn't receive a frank and honest answer.
The self-explanatory World Penis Data website attempts to provide a definitive answer. Here's the number you need to beat.
“Nice guys finish last” is one of the most widely believed maxims of dating. Fleshed out, the idea goes something like this: heterosexual women might say they want nice characteristics in a partner, but in reality what they want is the challenge that comes with dating a “bad boy”. This idea is so widespread that some people are even making money off the back of it, selling self-help books and teaching men how to pick up women by insulting them – a practice known as “negging”.
Recently, an article published by Broadly claimed, “Everyone knows … are desirable. Thanks to a recent study, this is now scientifically verifiable.”
Australia loves its porn. Every year, the land Down Under contributes millions of hits to Pornhub. Despite having a smaller population, Australian IP addresses make us the seventh most active country on the site. To try and figure out how randy Aussies like it, Pornhub's data scientists have ploughed into the numbers to figure out exactly what Australia looks for when we want our porn. (Some phrases NSFW.)
Sleeping nude has so many scientifically proven benefits, though surveys suggest only around 30 per cent of people actually do it. So if you're one of the ones who doesn't take it all off at bedtime - or if you're one of the ones who do, and you want to back up your life decisions - here are 13 scientific reasons you should.
In honour of Evil Week, I’m here to teach you how to give a lazy blowjob. First, some caveats: Penises are awesome, blowjobs are fun, and it’s important to be as generous and giving with your partner as you would like them to be with you. But sometimes it’s late, you’re tired, and you just want to get your partner off without a ton of effort. Here are some ways to give a great blowjob, the lazy way.
Learning how to last longer in bed is one of the most common reasons why men seek out my sex therapy services. Just about every man worries about orgasming too quickly, regardless of the actual amount of time he tends to last. Fortunately, there are a few straightforward, actionable strategies for lasting longer during sex.
Anatomically, all orgasms come from the same place even if some feel different than others. An orgasm is simply our body releasing blood back into the bloodstream after it’s been pumped to pressure point to an aroused area and there is only one physical type for both men and women - no matter how much we try to pretend there are more.
But while the process might always be the same, the feeling registered in the brain isn’t.