It was a long arduous month for football, or as the Americans call it "soccer," fans, and because at the end of the game it was all about winning, LELO, a luxury sex toy brand, decided that they wanted to see what countries are winning in the bedroom, too. Of course, based on the U.S.'s impressive, although short-lived time in the series, it's not really boding well for us.
You can't tell how good a man is in bed by just his appearance. That would be ridiculous. Right? Actually, wrong. While there is no way to truly tell until you both hit the sheets, there are a few signals. One writer lists 13 ways to tell what he may be like in the bedroom.
We're all for letting loose, hitting up happy hour, and having some fun, but not at the risk of your sexual health. Forty percent of women say that they are more likely to have this kind of sex if they've been drinking, according to a new study conducted by the American Sexual Health Association (ASHA).
Here's something you probably never associated with kinky sex: increased mental health. According to one study currently making the rounds, practitioners of the BDSM lifestyle — Bondage, Dominance, and Sado-Masochism — were observed to have much higher levels of mental health than practitioners of "vanilla" sexual lifestyles.
We've rounded up some of our favorite wrappings to help get you in the spirit. May the mistletoe be in your favor...
Can't get no satisfaction? The situation could be worse than you think. Sure, sexual frustration is ... well, frustrating. But new research suggests it could also be bad for your physical health.
Seriously, you'd rather sit at your desk doing paperwork than lay back and relax in bed? You'll be amazed at what one British survey uncovered about what ladies prefer over sex.
EliteSingles, a UK-based dating service, found that 56% of women and 61% of men have sexual fantasies about colleagues, and have flirted with the idea of doing the deed at the office. From the storage room to the elevator, here's an infographic showing where everyone's office fantasies take place.
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.
Researchers say that within a short two to four years, the chemistry between a couple begins to wear off. So even if it's normal for long-term couples to lose "the spark" over time, how can they keep the romance alive?
Despite our fantasies of Don Draper or Christian Grey, it's most likely a Michael Cera type who will be able to satisfy us the most sexually. A new Yale University study published in the Sex Roles journal (yes, that exists) found that men who believe they need to be dominant during playtime are less comfortable asking women about their sexual needs.
Thanks to recent research in the Netherlands, we now have confirmation that when we're in prime mode to get it on, what may normally gross us out no longer does.
I often remind my online community why having an active sex life, which includes several orgasms each week, may add healthy, happy years to your life. Medical researchers have reported for decades that frequent sex leading to orgasm boosts your immune system, burns calories, builds your supply of sex hormones, relieves pain and keeps men and women looking youthful. New medical research claims that having unprotected sex decreases depression in women. Why?
If you had to guess which state in the U.S. has the highest sex toy sales per capita, what would you say? New York? California? Frisky Florida? No. No. No.
In my estimation, 75% of science (and 98% of advertising) is one way or the other focused on male virility and potency. And Big Walnut is no exception to the rule.