Plus: What if he wants kids and she doesn't? Moby wants to do porn. Daddy complexes don't exist?
Why amazing sex should be a prerequisite, not a bonus. The freakiest women are sometimes the quietest. Which gender is lazier in bed? Can you teach someone to be better in bed or to like what you like? Moby wants to do porn. How to exit "the friend zone." How to get a guy to take a hint without hurting his feelings. Breaking hearts ain't what it used to be. Why daddy issues are a crock. And what if he wants babies and she doesn't.
Go ahead and think those "dirty" thoughts. It's healthy.
One of the quickest and most assured routes to sexual arousal is through fantasy. We use our imaginative capacity all the time during our waking lives as we envision all the possible futures that our daily life could result in; or even in the most negative of circumstances when we allow ourselves to ruminate and over-think bad outcomes for our relationships and aspirations. Yet when it comes to the mysterious sexual fantasy life that lives somewhere in all of us we often keep the door locked.
A French company is targeting a much, much younger audience with their "loungerie."
Forget about candy-colored bra and panty sets from Target; there's ickier underwear for little girls afoot. It's lingerie, to be exact, although the French line Jours Aprés Lunes calls it "loungerie," because it is for lounging around instead of, uh, looking sexy prior to getting it on. Why, praytell, would girls ages four through 12 want to wear lingerie?
A new study, cleverly branded "The Sunny Side of Smut," says porn could deter sexual violence.
The question of whether porn is dangerous or harmless is one that society has had trouble answering for some time. A recent, rather controversial article in Newsweek suggested that men who buy sex, including pornography, are more likely to be criminals, including engage in violent sexual behavior. But the Scientific American says the opposite: porn could actually lower the amount of sexual violence.
"Johns" are also eight times more likely to say they would rape a woman if they could.
Paying for sex is widely derided in this country, but does it mean a man is dangerous? According to a controversial Newsweek article, men who buy sex not only harbor violent tendencies, but maintain a dehumanizing attitude toward women.
A Michigan inmate calls a recent pornography ban a "sexual and sensory deprivation."
How do you really make a jailbird suffer? Take away their porn! A 21-year-old inmate in Michigan has filed a lawsuit against the state's governor for violating his civil rights in the most inhumane way possible: prohibiting porn. Kyle Richards is locked up at Macomb County Jail, where all pornography is in violation of the rules. What cruel and unusual punishment!
If he watches porn, is he necessarily selfish or sick? Maybe it's something else.
I’m seeing an epidemic of “porn addiction” in my office. Not of porn addiction, but of “porn addiction.”
Here’s how it looks: Wife/girlfriend somehow assumes that husband/boyfriend does NOT watch porn (guess that’s what she means by “he’s one in a million”). One day, his porn watching comes to her attention (he leaves something on the screen, she searches his website history, he gets an email or bill from some friendly porn site, etc.).
Most men like porn and many women feel threatened by it. But what does it mean?
Statistics on this topic are unreliable, as almost anybody interviewed about it will lie, but it’s believed that something like 8 out of 10 adult men are regular watchers of porn and explicit hard- core sex. They may download it on their computers
The truth about the porn industry, from a writer who's covered it for more than a decade.
There was a point at which porn hadn't simply gone mainstream, hadn't just jumped the shark, but had somehow lost its taboo altogether, and that was November 17, 2009, the day Jenna Jameson appeared on "The Oprah Winfrey Show." I remember watching it with a mix of bemusement and sadness. I first met Jameson in the summer of 1997, when she was dancing at a strip club in San Francisco...
After you've been with someone a long time, you might feel like you're not in the mood for sex...
A funny thing happens when you've been with the same person for a really long time. Even if you still like them a lot, you may find that you're just not that into having sex with them… or so you think. Your libido may be waning, or there may be too many other details on your mind between work and managing the home... or kids clamoring for attention... there are plenty of excuses not to have sex.