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“I think that I shall never see a poem as lovely as a hot-gushing, butt-cramping, gut hosing orgasm.” ? Chuck Palahniuk

Did you know that the majority of women don’t orgasm from sexual intercourse alone? Did you also know that most women have only clitoral orgasms, that is if they orgasm at all? Don’t get me wrong, boys, I’m not saying that an orgasm is the end-all-be-all of female sexuality. You should all know by now that we women are complicated creatures. We don’t NEED an orgasm to enjoy sex, but it sure doesn’t hurt! The Holy Grail of female orgasms is the G spot orgasm.

Relationships are sometimes fairly tricky things with plenty of chaotic ups and downs. That’s probably why there are plenty of fairly unsubstantiated theories about them flying about, including those relating to the honeymoon effect, or what the best age to get married might be.

Science does its best at trying to pin some of these down, to find new revelations about the love lives of billions. Now, writing in the journal BMJ Open, a new trend has cropped up. Namely, women are more than twice as likely to lack interest in sex when living with a partner, among other curious things.

This article originally appeared on Medical Institute For Sexual Health

Recently “hooking up” is replacing traditional dating on college campuses in the United States. A “hook-up” is a sexual encounter – usually occurring between people who just met or are casual acquaintances – for which there is no expectation for a future relationship. Hooking up is the polar opposite of dating, which involves getting to know someone and developing a meaningful relationship over time.

by DutchMark©

He came to semi-consciousness in the middle of the night, knowing from the softness of her lovely ass that she must have backed into him. He smiled vaguely, very pleased with the gesture. She had only been with him two weeks, and he had lived alone for nearly three years before that. Yet he had acclimated very quickly to her presence, partly because they had emailed and IMed on a daily basis for many months before that, and partly because she was everything she had led him to believe.

By Jenny Francis,

They look ripped, but these four women say getting shredded has ruined their sex drive – with some going more than a year without any action.

THESE super-fit girls can lift weights without breaking a sweat. But the one place that isn’t their strong point is the bedroom.

New research shows too much exercise can kill your sex drive. The University of North Carolina in the US studied people’s exercise habits and libido levels. It found those who train for a long time at high intensity suffer an almost instant loss of sex drive.

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It’s been a long day. You can tell the moment she walks in the door that your partner has had a tough one. It’s written all over her face. She has that look as if to say, “you won’t believe what I’ve had to deal with today.” You might have been hoping to relieve a little bit of the day’s stress with sex, but you probably already know that the second you lay your hands on your partner, she’s going to peel your hand away and say, “not tonight, honey. Sorry, but I’m really not in the mood.”

By Ben Graham,

Gonorrhea and syphilis are on the rise in parts of Australia and experts say it could be because of casual sex through online dating and the reduced fear of HIV.

IF YOU thought syphilis and gonorrhea are a thing of the past you’re sadly mistaken.

Disturbing new data from the Melbourne Sexual Health Clinic (MSHC) shows gonorrhea infections in the city have increased 30 percent annually since 2015.

Anal sex is currently a “hot topic” of discussion for it is increasingly prevalent among young men and women, and older adults.1 In 2007, a study based on the National Survey of Family Growth (NSFG), found that one-third of U.S. men and women had experienced heterosexual anal sex.2 In the study, starting from the age 15, the percentage of participants reporting heterosexual anal sex increased with age, was significantly higher among 20-24-year-olds and peaked among 30 to 34-year-olds.  Another study conducted by the University of Indiana asked questions on heterosexual anal sex and found that the percentage having anal intercourse within the past year demonstrated a similar age breakdown as that of the NSFG.3

This article originally appeared on BGR

By Mike Wehner,

It’s the year 2097. There you are enjoying the 84th season of House of Cards on your Wi-Fi enabled neural implant when your significant other walks into the room. Sure, she isn’t human, but she sure looks like it, and she has that look in her eye that tells you that she wants to get a little freaky. You float to the bedroom on your hoverboard and are beginning to disrobe when — BOOM — she strangles you to death with her cold robot hands. Your sex robot was hacked and now you’re dead. Welcome to the future.

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If one were to base knowledge of Roman history on film and television, it’s easy to think the entire civilization was a giant orgy interrupted by the occasional gladiatorial match.

But sex in ancient Rome was actually far more complicated than lustful parties. It played an important part in culture, as pleasure and a fundamental tenet of society. In many ways, Rome wasn’t so different from today’s world: it had prostitutes of various classes, there were homosexual relationships, and people really loved porn. 

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Get those nail clippers out NOW.

The world is full of information on what straight couples do in bed. In the papers, in the movies… everywhere. Girl-on-girl sex? Not so much.

1. Use your intuition

I know you’re thinking,”OMFG, how will I know what to do?” And that’s normal. If you’ve had male sexual partners that may help inform a fair bit of what you do, but it still might feel strange to be giving what you have previously received. The good news is that although tips and tricks are handy, sex is still largely intuitive whatever genders it’s between. You might find you surprise yourself…