By Ana C. Pascual for Female Network,

Is it still worth it?

You’ve probably heard the phrase, “once a cheater, always a cheater” – and because of it, you’ve most likely been cynical about people who have gone astray. But according to experts, if you turn your back on people who have cheated on their partners, you are underestimating their ability to change.

“People who say a cheater can’t change have never felt the awful guilt that comes when you realize you’ve made a terrible mistake by having a one-night stand or an affair,” says Tammy Nelson, a couples therapist and the author of The New Monogamy: Redefining Your Relationship After Infidelity.

By James Dawson,

A sex tape allegedly featuring former world champion boxer Amir Khan has been leaked to a major US porn site.

The X-rated clip shows the Olympic silver medal winner in just a T-shirt and boxers performing a sex act on himself while in conversation with a female model on Skype.

It is claimed the video was made just weeks after he married wife Faryl Makhdoom, 25, in 2013.

Farya has recently been involved in a public feud with the fighter’s family and, according to the Sun, is said to be “absolutely disgusted” by the video.

This article originally appeared on The Amanda Jean

Big Sex

Studies have stated that larger butts and bodies on a woman send a signal to a man’s brain that the woman is able to bear his children…and she’s the number one libido trigger for a man. Large people have always had the better sex, so you might wanna pack on the pounds

Last Longer

It’s often said that fat men are lazy lovers, but they actually last at least five minutes longer than their skinny counterparts, all thanks to a sex hormone called estradiol. This hormone allows a big man to hold his orgasm longer than the muscle obsessed gym rat.


To be homosexual in Afghanistan is to live in fear. Naveed and Rameen, young gay men in the capital Kabul have lost count of the number of times they’ve been lured into dangerous situations on what they believed to be dates.

Both men describe being robbed, beaten up and blackmailed, and receiving death threats. They’ve even eluded police “honey traps” that could have seen them thrown in prison without charge, simply on suspicion of being gay.

They know they could be killed, with impunity, if they reveal their sexuality. Rameen, 31, tells the story of his friend, Zabi, who was killed by his family after coming out as gay, a so-called “honor killing” usually reserved for young women.

“He was shaming the family by being open about it. They stabbed him so many times,” Rameen said. “It was a warning for us, for other gays. Now we keep to ourselves; we live a hidden life. And a hidden life is no life at all.” 

By Alok Gupta,

Karan Johar has been rumoured to be gay for a long time. Now, in a recent excerpt from a yet-to-be released biography titled An Unsuitable Boy the Bollywood director seems to have just come out.

Except, as Johar notes himself, he hasn’t actually said it: “Everybody knows what my sexual orientation is. I don’t need to scream it out. And if I need to spell it out, I won’t only because I live in a country where I could possibly be jailed for saying this. Which is why I Karan Johar will not say the three words that possibly everybody knows about me in any case.”

By Daniel Dylan Wray,

With its political smarts, savvy legal research, and engrossing first-person narratives, the Amsterdam Diaries is “probably the most extensively documented primary research into the prostitute-client transaction and relationship.”

I recently stumbled upon a website called the Amsterdam Diaries. Initially, it just seemed to be a chronicle of one British guy’s visits to the city’s red-light district—another coarse vaginalogue written by a creepy, monosyllabic regular. But I soon realized there was more to the site than the many others like it. There’s a noticeable political slant; there’s a wealth of research into the history, laws, and culture of prostitution; and the stories, written with finesse in the first person, actually contain more than faint traces of humor and humanity.


It is the most confusing thing when someone who’s normally great turns around and does something sort of awful. That’s what makes this Reddit post so depressing to read.

Confusedgirl897 writes of her boyfriend, “He’s smart, ambitious, and handsome. More importantly, he has a kind and generous heart. For instance, he takes time out of his extremely busy schedule (he works a lot) to help his younger cousin write college essays.” She writes about several more admirable things he does, and you can’t help but like the guy. But then, she drops this bomb:

This article originally appeared on News24

Who doesn’t want to be the best lover on the block? Well, if you want to become her sex god, you need to learn about all orgasms your lady can experience:

1. A clitoral orgasm is one of the easiest orgasms to achieve. Often, all you need to do is to stimulate her clit – the main nerve center of female reproductive organs. You can find it at the top of her outer labia and stimulate it in a wide variety of ways, using toys, fingers, friction, and vibrations! Younger women experience this very fast.

  1. The second orgasm is called vaginal. You can give it to her during regular sex or while playing with a vibrator. Powerful on its own, this can be even multiplied in its strength when paired with clitoral stimulation to create blended climax. Older women are more prone to having this kind of a climax.

By Allie Jones,

This is a story of a trip I took with some of my mothers friends, while she was out of town on a trip. I have 4 sisters all have had similar or the same sexual experiences as I have. Although I started sneaking out at 10 to meet women, I have lots of stories to tell from my little diaries. I will never give out the real names of women I met, to protect their privacy, as well as their families.

I was about to get one of my biggest wishes, I had lost my cherry about 3 weeks earlier, and it opened up something inside me that made me want to have sex with every woman I met.

By Jené Guitierrez,

Sexting helped me love my body and acknowledge my desires—and I’m not alone.

The first time I was asked to talk dirty was in my early college days, while giving my first long-term boyfriend oral sex. He presumably wanted me to say dirty shit with the same mouth I was using to do dirty shit all at once. I remember being taken aback by this request—what would I say? How would I say it seriously and with sexy conviction? Could I play this part? Did I want to play this part? We dated for almost seven years, and over that time, maybe I got a little more confident in melding my desire with words, but I’ll always wonder if our relationship partly failed because together we lacked an erotic language, a way of speaking to each other about sex and our desires in honest and vulnerable dialogue.

By Sirin Kale,

In a landmark decision, a Swiss court has convicted a man who took off his condom without his partner’s permission. Legal experts weigh in.

In a landmark legal case, a Swiss man has been convicted of rape after secretly removing a condom during sex without his partner’s consent.

The Independent reports the 47-year-old man (who has not been named publicly) met his partner on Tinder and they began to have consensual sex with a condom. Afterwards, the woman realized he had removed the condom at some point without her knowledge or approval.