Over 15 years, radio shock jock Howard Stern and his buddy Donald Trump periodically carried on like towel-snapping “bros” in a locker room, rating women’s tops and bottoms, debating whether oral sex is “important,” and egging each other on about whether they would like to go to bed with famous women from Cindy Crawford to Diane Sawyer.
“You could’ve gotten her, right?” Stern asked Trump on-air shortly after Princess Diana’s death in 1997. “You could’ve nailed her.”
“I think I could have,” Trump said.
A couple have been seen having sex in broad daylight just yards from hundreds of students in a college. A dark-haired man and a blonde-haired woman were filmed by a member of the public who saw them laying naked on a patch of grass. The pair stripped off behind a cash and carry depot and the onlooker captured the act from behind a metal fence.
Do you remember anything you learned in Sex Ed? Or, to put it differently, did you actually learn anything in Sex Ed? As the Buzzfeed video “Women Take A Middle School Sex Ed Quiz” makes abundantly clear, a lot of us either forget what we learned in Sex Ed or learned very, very little in the first place.
Today, whenever Timothy Brown wants to have sex, he needs to stick a needle in the base of his penis. A former staff sergeant in the U.S. Army, Brown was severely injured by an improvised explosive device while serving in Iraq in 2012. The explosion tore off both legs and his right arm as well as his testicles and a portion of his penis. Physicians have since made a reconstruction with tissue from the inside of his mouth and skin from part of his right leg, but Brown can only stay erect for short periods of time. If he wants to have sex, he needs to give himself an injection of Trimix, a blood-flow stimulant.
It sounds simple: Cut back on your calorie intake by 25 percent— and voilà, you’re having more sex. That idea was just one of the takeaways from a study published May 2 in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine, in which researchers looked at how calorie restriction can impact humans’ quality of life, sleep, and sexual function.
Women like to be surprised. I read somewhere recently that now it is more respectful to “initiate” to your partner beforehand about wanting to try anal sex via text message, or phone call. Oh please! How about a slight whisper in the ear while you penetrate your women, isn’t that just a little more erotic? Surely that’s the point of good ol’ naughty, dirty sex?
As a sex writer, I’ve been fortunate enough to have received numerous male sex toys to my doorstep, which I then have to explain to my girlfriend (who, bless her, is OK with it all). As such, I tend to know more about the topic than your average pervert. So with this knowledge — in addition to the penis nature so graciously provided me for sex toy testing purposes — I present to you the best sex toys for men on the market.
People who are happy and confident about their appearance are more satisfied with their sex lives, have better self-esteem and enjoy healthy relationships with their spouses, a study reveals. According to the researchers, body image is strongly linked to overall life satisfaction and feelings about romantic relationships.
Sure, there are a lot of double standards when it comes to the way men and women approach sex (orgasm deficit is one huge one), but there are also a lot of straight-up misconceptions about how women really feel about it. Women don’t hate sex, women don’t need to be in love to have sex, and women do not care about your penis size. Wouldn’t it be great if this could all be cleared up?
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