Sometimes, the female anatomy can feel like a confusing corn maze that you can’t quite crack. But according to new research, her pleasure zones are actually pretty easy to map out.
In a Clinical Anatomy study, 62 women rated their levels of sexual pleasure, orgasmic intensity, and ease of orgasm for different parts of their genitalia. How’d their hot spots stack up? Here’s what you need to know. Read more
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
A new study reveals how to hit the spots that drive women wild.
Monday, May 18, 2015
Check out the numbers on what's considered "normal" when it comes to a man's penis size.
In the never-ending search to find out what’s really “normal” down there, a new review of penis studies has arrived. (For more on how your guy stacks up against the average man: Is Your Guy Normal When It Comes to Sex?) The research is published in BJU International—and is said to be the first attempt to create a formal systematic review of penile measurements. In their research, scientists collected data from 17 studies involving over 15,000 men who underwent penis size measurements by health professionals, determining the following averages for penis length and circumference (we went ahead and converted to inches for you): Read more
Wednesday, May 13, 2015
If you want to spice things up in the bedroom, Samantha Shelton reveals five ways to instantly make your sex life hotter.
If things have been feeling a little, er, stale in the bedroom lately (blame winter, busy work schedules, whatever), it's time to bounce back. And rather than play a guessing game of what works and what doesn't, let science do the talking. Here's five ways to easily get some hot-and-heavy back in rotation—all backed up by the newest research from the pros. Read more
Monday, May 11, 2015
Size doesn't really matter much if you know these four ways to make his penis feel bigger.
Recent research shows that, while men can technically make their penises h a process called the “traction method,” it’s not exactly realistic—they’d have to wear a penile extender for four to six hours a day for a total of four months. The much easier option? Following one of these tips from sex therapist Ian Kerner, Ph.D., author of She Comes First, for making his penis feel bigger (without actually having to go through all that legwork): if you know these tricks. Read more
Wednesday, May 6, 2015
A new study about bedroom habits reveals that when it comes to sex, men and women simply operate in different time zones.
It's one of mankind's age-old quandaries – but now a new study has shed light on just why heterosexual couples never seem to feel amorous at the same time of day.
According to a survey of 2,300 adults, the two sexes simply operate in different time zones when it comes to sex. Read more
Monday, May 4, 2015
Did you know that what you eat affects your six life? Eat these five foods to supercharge your sex drive.
Well you’re going to need more than a 4-minute song to get the job done; you’re going to need the proper fuel.
Food has long been used to increase sexual desire (hey, a healthy pour of wine never hurt, either), but did you know there are foods that can actually improve your performance? Take Tiger Penis, for example, it has traditionally been ingested to improve male virility.
Don’t have any tiger penis in the pantry? Don’t worry here are a few slightly less “traditional” foods that will all but ensure you a successful session between the sheets. Read more
Monday, April 27, 2015
Can sex hurt athletic performance? K Aleisha Fetters tried to separate myth from fact.
There is an old belief that seminal fluid, the stuff of life, gives men their strength, courage, and athleticism. Thus, one should not give in to sexual desires before a big game. The custom dates back to ancient Greece—they refused to give it up prior to any competition.
Fast-forward a couple millennia, and while most guys don't consider the stuff to be the root of all things masculine (some Papua New Guinea tribes do still require boys drink it to become men, according to the International Encyclopedia of Sexuality), we have largely held onto the notion that sex screws with athleticism. "It's a widely held belief, especially within the fighting community, that not 'releasing' will build up a man's aggression," says personal trainer Mike Donavanik, C.S.C.S, C.P.T. "It will make him tenser, more easily agitated, more aggressive." Sylvester Stallone's character even abstained in Rocky. Read more