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Female strippers make more money when ovulating than during any other time of the month. How does her cycle affect her sex drive--and his?
Transcript: Every woman's libido is different, but there are a few days each month when she's biologically prone...
Every woman's libido is different, but there are a few days each month when she's biologically prone to crave sex! Simply put, a woman is most passionate while she's ovulating and immediately afterwards. Ovulation is the time of the month when an egg arrives in the uterus to be fertilized. At this point, she releases extra hormones that make her more in tune with her senses-especially smell and touch! Every woman has a slightly different cycle length, ranging from 20 to 60 days, although a typical cycle is about 28 days. Generally, a woman is ovulating (and craving sex!) about 14 to 16 days before the start of her period. Women who take hormonal birth control do not ovulate, and therefore experience fairly steady levels of desire throughout the month. It's vital to remember that although women are hottest during ovulation; this is also when they are most fertile. (See Knocked Up for proof.) So don't let excitement overwhelm good judgment-remember to use protection!More »
Last Modified: 2012-10-18 | Tags »
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Your brain is pretty powerful, especially when it comes to sex. Check out this video to learn more about your brain on sex.
Transcript: Whats your biggest sex organ? Yeah, not that. Its between your ears, not your thighs. Sure you feel an...
Whats your biggest sex organ? Yeah, not that. Its between your ears, not your thighs. Sure you feel an orgasm between your legs, but those sensations are actually due to chemical changes in a part of your brain called the limbic system. As you build toward an orgasm, the limbic system releases more and more of a chemical called dopamine. Orgasm provides the biggest blast of dopamine legally available to humans, resulting in highs equivalent to a heroin rush. But if your brain has been feeling a bit left out lately, dont worry, you CAN kick-start dopamine production. Try talking to your partner about your sexual fantasies, or adding props to your sex play. You can also bring erotic literature or pornographic videos into the bedroom. Get your brain in on the action and get ready for your hottest sex yet!More »
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Your sex life may be beneficial in more ways than you think. Check out this video to see why sex makes sense.
Transcript: Ready for the best news of the decade? Sex can help you live longer! Recent findings show that men who...
Ready for the best news of the decade? Sex can help you live longer! Recent findings show that men who orgasm three or more times a week are 50 percent less likely to die of coronary heart disease. Since heart disease is the biggest killer in America, this news is huge. These findings suggest that sex can also help stave off heart attacks and strokes. So get busy, youll live longerand get to enjoy plenty of action in the years to come!More »
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An interesting sex shocker is the fact that contrary to popular belief, 50 percent of men don’t think about sex every day. Get more sex shockers in this video.
Transcript: Think you know everything there is to know about the male mind? These stats may shock you! Interestingly,...
Think you know everything there is to know about the male mind? These stats may shock you! Interestingly, despite cultural taboos about sexual experimentation between men, more men engage in homosexual acts than women do. And you've heard that men think about sex every seven seconds, right? That's one of those often cited, rarely sourced stats that is just not true. In fact, almost 50 percent of men claim they don't even think about sex every day, citing instead, thoughts that creep up a few times a week. Here's another interesting tidbit. Despite most men's penis proclamations, the average length is about 5.08 inches. A final fact about men that may or may not surprise most women: The average sex session lasts from just three to seven minutes. These surprising stats prove that perhaps there's more to the mystery of men than we thought!More »
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Research has shown that frequent sex is good for your health. View this video about the benefits of sex here.
Transcript: Sex is plenty fun, but can a roll in the hay actually be good for you? Research says yes! It has been...
Sex is plenty fun, but can a roll in the hay actually be good for you? Research says yes! It has been found that couples who have sex once or twice a week have higher levels of Immunoglobulin A. Why does THAT matter? Immunoglobulin A is an immune-system protein that protects the mouth and upper respiratory tract from viruses! The result? Getting busy can keep you from getting sick!More »
Last Modified: 2013-01-02 | Tags »
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Understanding the psychology of sex can help you lead a healthy sex life. Watch our video to find out on how to improve your sex life.
Transcript: Sex. What are men and women really looking for? Here are some expert insightsThe word sex can bring powerful...
Sex. What are men and women really looking for? Here are some expert insightsThe word sex can bring powerful images to mind. But while your first thought might be of a scantily-clad model or George Clooney, human sexuality runs far deeper than the superficial appreciation of beauty. Evolutionary psychology can provide real insight into how both men and women approach sex. While our conscious desire for sex seems to be governed by our physical attraction to others, our emotions, and our fears, we all have a fundamental instinct to reproduce that silently influences what we find attractive, how we feel, and what we fear. Each genders approach to sex is influenced by the relative scarcity of their reproductive materials. While males have an almost limitless number of sperm, females have relatively few eggs, so women typically put a higher price on their eggs. Given this, there are unique strategies that males and females employ to maximize their reproductive fitness. For example, men are almost invariably more promiscuous than women. This is because the most reproductively fit man wants to get as many females pregnant as possible. For the same reason, men are instinctively attracted to traits that indicate health and fertility like glossy hair, shiny eyes, and a classic hourglass figure. In fact, in many wildly different cultures the ideal female body is the same one where the waist is 71% of the size of the hips. Women have a different evolutionary imperative. The physical toll of childbearing combined with the relative scarcity of eggs elevates the survival of each child to paramount importance. A woman therefore wants a mate who will invest in her and in their child, and who can provide for the family. The type of man that a woman is drawn to changes depending on how likely she is to reproduce. When ovulating, women tend to be more attracted to solid types, capable of caring for offspring, but when women arent ovulating, they go for more good-looking men with less concern about character. Theres also an evolutionary basis for common relationship fears. A man naturally fears cuckolding, which is when his wife bears someone elses child, as this prevents him from reproducing and redirects his resources to someone elses progeny. Women commonly fear that their mate might leave, a fear related to the evolutionary reality that this would undermine future procreation and impair their childrens chances of success. Also, surprisingly, many activities like physical fighting may be indirect facets of sexual behavior: males fight other males to become dominant and dominant males get the chicks. Sex is a fascinating topic. The attractions and emotions which guide us in our sexual choices are often our bodys way of communicating a basic evolutionary instinct. So, the next time you feel attracted to a co-worker ask yourself what your body is really saying. If you are interested in learning more about this topic, check out other videos and sources on this subject.More »
Last Modified: 2012-12-27 | Tags »
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The vagina can seem complicated to navigate. Watch this video for a detailed guide to the vagina.
Transcript: "We tend to refer to a woman's entire genital area as the vagina, but female genitals are composed of...
"We tend to refer to a woman's entire genital area as the vagina, but female genitals are composed of many different parts which work together. The part of the vagina you can actually see is called the vulva, an umbrella term for several "external" parts which keep bad bacteria out and allow sperm in. The labia majora, or outer lips, are a layer of skin and fat that keeps sex comfortable. The labia minora, or inner lips, guard the interior of the vagina. Some women's labia minora actually extend past their labia majora, and this is normal and completely fine. Inside the labia minora are both the vagina-the canal through which a penis enters and a baby exits-and the urethra. The urethra is a tube that leads from the bladder to carry urine. Right behind it, along the inside of the front wall of the vagina, is the enigmatic G-spot, a dime-sized bulb of tissue that can lead to a powerful orgasm. Located on top of the vaginal opening is the clitoris, another orgasm-inducer, whose sole job is pleasure! It's little wonder, since the clit is composed of the same erectile tissue as the penis. The part of the clitoris that is visible, the glans, is covered by a small hood. A woman's cervix-the opening that leads to the uterus-lies directly north of the vagina. Eggs, which are made in two ovaries, travel to the uterus by way of oviducts which are connected to the ovaries. No wonder the vagina can seem so complicated to navigate!More »
Last Modified: 2013-05-16 | Tags »
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There are many things about female anatomy that are unknown to men, and even women themselves. Unravel the mystery of the female anatomy by watching this video.
Transcript: Think you're a vagina expert? Well here are five facts you've never heard before! Her hot spots have...
Think you're a vagina expert? Well here are five facts you've never heard before! Her hot spots have something very interesting in common with a shark! Vaginal lubricant is a melting pot of ingredients, from lactic acid to squalene, an ingredient also found in sharks' livers! But her natural lubrication isn't just for getting hot and heavy! Sex leaves women mentally alert because it takes them between 15 to 30 minutes to return to a pre-aroused state, while guys come down immediately. And how long does that sex take? According to studies, the average experience is 2 minutes and 50 seconds. Yet women generously rated these same sessions as "feeling" like 5 minutes and 30 seconds...so there's hope for the quickie!More »
Last Modified: 2013-05-16 | Tags »
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Every woman has her own unique vaginal scent that is caused by friendly bacteria and acidic levels. Learn more in this video.
Transcript: Ladies, worrying about smelling "down there" is normal. Here's how to tell if the smell, like the worry,...
Ladies, worrying about smelling "down there" is normal. Here's how to tell if the smell, like the worry, is a-okay! First thing's first, when it comes to vaginas...every woman has her own scent. Depending on your body chemistry and diet, the vagina may smell: slightly sweet, musky, or even pungent! But where does the smell come from? Friendly bacteria in the vagina are the source of your natural aroma. The bacteria exist to keep your vagina at acidic levels, in turn preventing infections. But, if your vagina becomes compromised by invading "bad" bacteria, which can come from sources like feminine hygiene products, your odor may change. Periodic slight changes in smell are normal, particularly after sex or exercise. But a very pungent, or brand new, smell could signal a problem, like a yeast infection. If you develop a smell that's not normal for you, get thee to a doctor, especially if the odor is accompanied by discharge or itching.More »
Last Modified: 2012-12-27 | Tags »
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Foreplay is an important part of a great sexual experience, especially for women. Learn many foreplay tips in this video.
Transcript: Is foreplay really important? ...Is the moon round? Sarcasm aside, foreplay is the cornerstone of a...
Is foreplay really important? ...Is the moon round? Sarcasm aside, foreplay is the cornerstone of a great sexual experience for both of you. Without it, well...sex can suck! Foreplay is particularly important for women, who need constant stimulation to reach full arousal-and to orgasm. Luckily, there is no "right" way to engage in foreplay. Fondle, undress, kiss, lick, tease, hug...your mattress moves are up to you. But during foreplay, linger longer! Women generally crave a slower, lighter touch than men. It's called teasing, and you can do it! When pleasing her pre-sex, one thing is universal, and that's that foreplay begins in a woman's brain. So, compliment your partner, focusing on her sexy physical attributes, or the amazing way she makes you feel. Foreplay is a learning experience ...you're learning what makes her hot, so that when you do reach intercourse, the sex is sizzling!More »
Last Modified: 2012-11-17 | Tags »
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Are you wondering what her surprising sex spots are? Watch this video to find out how to make the foreplay more fun, and take your sex life to the next level.
Transcript: "Sure, she loves when you flick her nipples, but her most common "hot spot" isn't where you think it...
"Sure, she loves when you flick her nipples, but her most common "hot spot" isn't where you think it is! According to recent polls, a woman gets most aroused when a partner touches her hair gently. Sound crazy? The scalp contains millions of nerve endings, which feel amazing when stimulated. Meanwhile, running hands through hair is a primal form of nurturing. You know, like when monkeys pick nits off one another! Women also admit to loving it when someone kisses their shoulders. That's because she expects you to show desire by making a beeline for her "obvious" erogenous zones. A gentle kiss in a surprising location indicates that her pleasure is a priority, and frees her to take the time she needs to get primed for intercourse. Now that you know her top hot spots, why not put them into play in the bedroom tonight?More »
Last Modified: 2012-10-18 | Tags »
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When it comes to a woman's orgasms there are many ways to tell if she is faking it. Follow along with this video to learn more.
Transcript: Seventy percent of women admit to doing it, it's a fake orgasm and it could be happening in YOUR bed....
Seventy percent of women admit to doing it, it's a fake orgasm and it could be happening in YOUR bed. Here's how to tell. Meg Ryan did a killer fake-O in When Harry Met Sally, but Billy Crystal wasn't looking for the signs. The biggest one? Vaginal muscle spasms. During an orgasm, she will experience about three to ten muscle spasms, which you should feel gripping your penis. Or look in her eyes. Women experience dilated pupils when they cum. During oral sex, you'll be able to gauge her climax (or lack thereof) based on how her genitals look. Right before orgasm, a woman's clitoral hood will retract this is the "don't stop" point. In addition, her vaginal lips will swell and redden when she's about to cum. Don't overlook the obvious hints! If she's having a great time, she'll experience increased heart rate and breathing, plus lots of sexy sweat.More »
Last Modified: 2010-12-08 | Tags »
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Are you familiar with the man's surprising sex spots? Well there are certain spots that can turn your man on more than you can imagine. Watch this video to learn more.
Transcript: Men can go from zero to full arousal in six seconds. Let's look at how you can make it more like five!...
Men can go from zero to full arousal in six seconds. Let's look at how you can make it more like five! All men love having their penises touched, obviously! But did you know that various parts of his genitals respond best to different grips? The upper area of the penis, near the head, responds best to friction, while the lower areas crave firm pressure. Pressure at the base of the shaft will actually encourage his erection to last longer and stay harder. Many men also confess to feeling fiery after their inner thighs are stimulated. That may be because you might miss this erogenous zone in your eagerness to please his "main package." In addition, there are certain body parts that are hard to touch by "accident," and the inner thighs are one of them. Doing so sends a sexy message of desire that the man in your life will pick up on loud and clear!More »
Last Modified: 2012-10-12 | Tags »
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