The idea of virginity is really a strange thing - psychologically, a very daunting and/ or exciting, and scientifically, not much really. Somehow, along our weird human path of destroying everyone sacred and fun, we twisted the idea of virginity, or moreover losing your virginity, into a taboo and stigmatised subject. It's not talked about much anywhere, especially not conservative or religiously dominated countries, and those that do discuss it are often the exception. But why? As ever with sexual topics, I promote a progressive viewpoint; as humans, we can only conceivably 'move forwards' through openness, progressiveness and inclusivity.
The one undisputed fact about sex is that it's everywhere. Really, there's an 'internet rule' that states "if it exists, there's porn of it". Try it - google anything and stick 'porn' on the end of it, you'd be surprised. As a result, some odd taboos emerge from this, from the innocent and intimate to the dangerous and even illegal. Us humans are a freaky bunch, and our sexual taboos really reflect that.
We’ve all seen the headlines and the junk mail, and it seems like everyone in the world is interested in your sex life. Millions of companies swear that they’ll get you harder, better, faster, stronger! 1 ancient Asian secret will take care of all of your sexual worries! Exiled Nigerian princes know all the secrets if you’ll just kick in a little cash of your own to start things off! A weird ingredient your grandma used will take your junk from zero to hero! Local Russian-Japanese teen-MILF women near you have solved all possible bedroom concerns with one simple trick that you never would’ve thought of!
You've probably seen some sort of televised version of what sex was like in ancient Rome, since every film or TV series set in that era seems to give us gore and nudity by the plenty. But that hardly means that the erotic practices we've seen on our screens are accurate representations of how the Roman's got busy—and maybe, like us, you've found yourself wondering from time to time what sex was like in times gone by.
The urge to cheat in a relationship can happen to anyone, whether they're in a healthy relationship or a faulty one. If one of you is cheating or you have the urge to cheat and you're worried your relationship is heading for the rocks, it might be time to rethink the person you're with. However, if you cherish your relationship, there are some things to do instead of cheating on your partner.
When we think back to our teenage years—all the different people we went through life with and the guys we loved in high school—we might giggle a bit, realizing that hormones are very real! Back then, whoever gave us just a tiny bit of attention made us infatuated and curious. Even though we are older now, there are still aspects of the types of guy crushes all girls experienced in high school that make our hearts skip a beat.
We all worry about our relationships and sometimes you need to rely on subtle signs that predict your relationship. But which signs should you trust? Which signs are good and which are bad? It can be pretty confusing, but we're here to help. These subtle signs that predict your relationship should help you figure out if Mr. or Mrs. Right is really right for you.
When you have that one person you love and can do almost anything with there is nothing you won't do, including doing things to help your sex life evolve. There are many things you can put on a 'sex bucket list' that will help your sex lives more exciting, pleasurable, and infinitely amazing, while strengthening your relationship and increasing your intimacy. Having sex should never be routine or the same old same old, it should be something fun and worthy of exploring beyond limits and imagination. Living in our modern era we are luck enough to have all sorts of materials that can point us in the right direction–like magazines, videos, the internet– that help make it a breeze to find things to put on that sex bucket list of yours. So what are you waiting for? Open up your mind, indulge your sense of curiosity and set out on a sexual adventure – maybe you will even discover you're into more kinkier stuff than you thought.
Reading these, you have to wonder what lawmakers were thinking when they put some of the weirdest sex laws on the books. From laws deciding what times you can have sex to laws about your marriage, there is no question that, when it comes to sex, politicians should have kept their “hands out of the cookie jar.” Here, you can find five of the sexual subjects that these laws fit under, as well as the laws themselves, according to state. What state thought they could actually ban cats and dogs from having sex without having a permit? That, and other mind-blowing questions will come to mind when you read the weirdest sex laws in our great country.
There are some things that your history teachers just don’t tell you—and it’s usually all the interesting bits… such as what sex as a Viking was really like. Sure, we know about their burial rituals and their battle tactics, but Vikings were human beings too, so surely they must have needed to settle down to the age old act of procreation from time to time.
Like many topics in sexuality, several misconceptions exist. One of the most misunderstood topic is about the frequency of sex you should have. Is it safe everyday or not? Having sex every day, as long as you both are into it, is probably one of the healthiest activities you can do. Turns out there are a number of ailments that can be cured simply by having sex everyday. Not only can having sex everyday help boost your general mood and behavior but it can help you physiologically. Some physiological effects sex can offer are slowing the aging process, boosting your immune system and keeping your heart healthy. Chances are you might not have sex everyday, but after reading this scientifically backed list of why you should have sex everyday you’ll be bugging your partner to hop in sack more on the reg.
Are you a workaholic trying to wade into the dating pool? To workaholics, it’s often a puzzle to know what led to the other—is it your dead personal life that ushered in a successful career or the other way round?