This article originally appeared on Mirror.co.uk
John Von Radowitz,
The findings challenge the popular notion that when it comes to sex, the more you have the better.
Research suggests that those who hop into bed more frequently get no noticeable benefit from it – in terms of a stable relationship.
The findings, from research conducted by the University of Toronto-Mississauga in Canada, challenge the popular notion that when it comes to sex, the more you have the better.
I am certain that if you are anything like me and your best friend is about to marry, you will spend lots of time trying to brainstorm bachelorette party ideas.[Tweet ” Organizing an original and memorable hen’s night it is not a simple task, so leaving yourself enough time is important.”]
Bachelorette parties have existed for many years, and over time they have become more and more sophisticated – today there are many options as to how to celebrate this rite of passage. The friends of the bride are always in search of the most original ideas to surprise her. That’s why we decided to put together some interesting suggestions for that special party:
Much of courtship and mating is choreographed by nature. In fact, nature designed men and women to work together.
In an apocryphal story, a colleague once turned to the great British geneticist J.B.S. Haldane, and said, “Tell me, Mr. Haldane, knowing what you do about nature, what can you tell me about God?” Haldane replied, “He has an inordinate fondness for beetles.” Indeed, the world contains over 300,000 species of beetles. I would add that “God” loves the human mating game, for no other aspect of our behavior is so complex, so subtle, or so pervasive.
This article originally appeared on CNN Tech
By Heather Kelly,
Microsoft: When Cortana launched in 2014, many early queries were about her sex life.
All virtual assistants have to deal with inappropriate comments and questions. From seasoned vets like Siri and Google Now to the rash of new specialists with names like Amy, Molly, Mia, and Robin.
When Microsoft launched Cortana in 2014, a good chunk of early queries was about her sex life, according to Microsoft’s Deborah Harrison.
There are lots of stereotypes about queer people. This post is going to explore some of the stereotypes concerning gay men. Many of the items in the list are not bad things! The issue is when people assume that because you’re a gay man, you’re _________.
The following 13 stereotypes about gay men are myths precisely because they are monolithic. There are plenty of gay men who fit into these categories and even some who like fitting into some of these categories. No problem! But there are also many gay men who do not fit into these stereotypes.
So, as you may have noticed, gay weddings have been getting a lot of attention lately, and for good reason. With increasing frequency, many states across the U.S. are legalizing gay marriage, and the recent repeal of DOMA requires all fifty states to recognize those marriages. *shoots confetti gun*
By Sophie Saint Thomas
Weed makes me horny. I used to think it was because I’ve dated so many stoners that I’ve just trained myself to associate the skunky smell with sex, but it turns out there might be some science behind it. The right strain can help you feel more relaxed, sensual, and connected to your partner, which is great for an anxious nutcase like me. So, when I spoke with Dr. Julie Holland, author of the must-read Moody Bitches: The Truth About the Drugs You’re Taking, the Sleep You’re Missing, the Sex You’re Not Having and What’s Really Making You Crazy, I was shocked and saddened to learn that a side effect of smoking marijuana can be a dry vagina.
Men, Women & Children screenwriter Erin Cressida Wilson explains the upside to your digital get-downs.
We’ve all heard what techno-alarmists say about sexting: that it’s shameful, deviant, exploitative, and just stupid. But in many ways, it’s a new genre of personalized erotica. Now, everyone is her own author and illustrator with the ability to create provocative, graphic stories for herself and her object of desire.
Ladies, did you know that besides being a lot of fun, sexually climaxing is also incredibly good for your overall health? It relieves pain, reduces stress, improves your cardiovascular fitness and can also improve your vaginal health. Unfortunately, for many of us, it is just not so easy to get there…