MTV has a new sex blog, Stand By What You Say, where users can call in and leave anonymous messages, which get posted online. If anyone has ever glanced at a MTV message board, well… This is probably going to go badly.
However, the intent seems good since MTV is trying to get kids to talking about sex—and trying to draw attention to Staying Alive, their grassroots HIV/AIDS charity.
“It also raises the G-spot a quarter of an inch in height, making it much easier to find. And, as Caroline can testify, the results are tremendous. ‘I have quite literally never experienced anything quite like it,’ she says. ‘I had constant multiple orgasms which went on for hours.”—
DMC Pharmacy in Chantilly, Virginia, will sell everything from cold meds to contact solution when it opens this summer, but if you want condoms, birth control pills, or any other form of contraception, you’d better head in the other direction. The “pro-life pharmacy” sticks to a strict policy of not offering its patrons contraception or anything else that “interferes” with the procreation process. Virginia doesn’t have laws which require pharmacists to dispense prescriptions written by a physician, but luckily, there are at least five other pharmacies (pro-choice ones, we guess!) within spitting distance. — Via The Frisky
This old school hand-held massager has been around for more than 25 years, with good reason. Its low vibration works as well on your sore back as it does in the bedroom. If there is any doubt, google it for worldwide rave reviews.
Dov Charney, you perv. However, this can only be a good thing. More orgasms for everyone! yay.
After conducting one of the most comprehensive studies on why people have sex, a study at The University of Texas at Austin revealed hundreds of complex motivations—from the spiritual to the vengeful.
People’s motivations ranged from the mundane (“I was bored”) to the spiritual (“I wanted to feel closer to God”) and from the altruistic (“I wanted the person to feel good about himself/herself”) to the manipulative (“I wanted to get a promotion”).
Some said they had sex to feel powerful, others to debase themselves. Some wanted to impress their friends, others to harm their enemies (“I wanted to break up a rival’s relationship”).
The psychologists identified four major factors and 13 sub-factors for why people have sex:
Physical reasons such as to reduce stress (“It seemed like good exercise”), feel pleasure (“It’s exciting”), improve or expand experiences (“I was curious about sex”), and the physical desirability of their partner (“The person was a good dancer”).
Goal-based reasons, including utilitarian or practical considerations (“I wanted to have a baby”), social status (“I wanted to be popular”) and revenge (“I wanted to give someone else a sexually transmitted disease”).
Emotional reasons such as love and commitment (“I wanted to feel connected”) and expression (“I wanted to say ‘thank you’”).
Insecurity-based reasons, including self-esteem (“I wanted the attention”), a feeling of duty or pressure (“My partner kept insisting”) and to guard a mate (“I wanted to keep my partner from straying”).
"Why people have sex is extremely important, but rarely studied," Buss said. "Surprisingly, many scientists assume the answer is obvious, but people have different reasons for having sex, some of which are rather complex."
Gay.com conducted a survey of their readers—and their straight and lesbian friends—to learn about their masturbation habits. Here are the results!
How we get off. The most popular position for self love, across the board? Lying face up, totally naked.
Men are more likely to get busy at the office. A whopping 67% of straight men and 63% of gay men reported that they have masturbated at work. Only 52% of straight women were double clicking their mouses—but that’s still high compared to the mere 39% of lesbians who’ve felt themselves up at work. Are lesbians better behaved? Or do they just have a harder time finding good porn on the comfort of their iPhones?
Gay men like porn best … 33% of gay men said they always use porn to masturbate, followed closely by 30% of straight men. 18% of straight women and 10% of lesbians.
… And they also masturbate the most. 74% of gay men reported that they masturbate at least once a day. Straight men were a close second, with 73% needing release at least daily. It seems women are able to hold out longer: only 51% of straight women and 40% of lesbians are engaging in daily onanism.
But straight women are the most into toys. 81% of straight women use sex toys when they masturbate, as do 73% of lesbians. 50% of gay men and 36% of straight men like a little help from some inanimate friends.