Who's having the least sex? Who's doing it taxi cabs? Who's doing it outside? Here's what we learned from Men's Health's Global Sex Survey.
From whipping him into shape to protecting his heart health, here's how you're helping his health by getting it on.
We'll say it: After you've been with your S.O. for a fair amount of time, the glow wears off just a bit. You no longer feel like jumping him wherever there's a flat surface and your sex life isn't always super-steamy. If you're not careful, the word "monogamy" will eventually become synonymous with "ho-hum." But, that doesn't have to happen! There are totally ways to keep the fire o' love burning for a very long while. The fine people at Men's Health and Women's Health have a few fabulous tips to make lust last in their Big Book of Sex. Here, we let you in on some of our favorites.
In the April issue of Men's Health, Gerard Butler says he's "not a big relationship guy" (duh) and that fame has adversely affected his sex life. The star says, "I think I get laid less now than I used to, because I'm way more paranoid now—look at f***ing Tiger Woods! I mean, I'm nowhere near as naughty as I used to be..."
A friend once told me "Growing up's hard, Timmy." Of course it wasn't a friend (they would have known my name, I'd suspect), it was MTV's The State. And that has sort of become a catchphrase for me when hard, adult issues and themes are foisted upon me. There has to be a balance between being a responsible adult and grumpy grown-up. Putting away all childish things sounds like a death sentence.
My self-inflicted inundation with last week’s Spitzer scandal left me feeling some man hate deeper than call-girl-Kristen’s cleavage. That an otherwise intelligent ex-boyfriend justified the father of three’s romp with a “Those girls were hot” response certainly didn’t help. I was left thinking: Are men at the core un-evolved animals interested only in hopping into bed with as many pretty young things as possible? Hence, it was refreshing to start this week anew with a list of real men’s opinions about women. The male staff at Men’s Health recently compiled a list of “50 Things Men Wish You Knew” to accompany a female-created 50-point list outlining what women want from men. While certain entries, such as #7 “Shopping is a chore, not an activity,” come as no surprise, there are certain tidbits that, even if they’re nothing new to you, I believe are beneficial to read and be reminded of.