It’s official: squirting has become “a thing”. Once considered fringe, many people are now eager to have the novel, intense, next-level orgasmic release that squirting offers. Here’s what you need to know to learn how to squirt or to make your partner squirt.
There’s a lot of vibrator fear-mongering out there, mostly from idiots who are threatened by female sexual empowerment. Worried that you might get addicted to a vibrator? Or that your male partners would be intimidated by your vibrator usage? Let’s bust through the BS and talk about how to make your vibrator a healthy…
So you know that TV/movie/life trope? The one where two people are getting down and dirty and just as they begin to have sex, the dude finishes unexpectedly and sheepishly utters some take on the phrase "Uh, this never happens…" Well, actually it does happen. A lot.
Amidst the lack of knowledge regarding female sexual dysfunction and the constant hullabaloo regarding a "female Viagra," we actually may be one step closer to cracking (or stroking) the enigma that is the female orgasm.
"There was nothing we could come up with to get me to stop orgasming," says Liz from Seattle during a segment from the most recent Sex Sent Me to the ER that is vividly recreated with a dramatization. "So I started trying to drink wine to see if that would calm down my system." Thus begins another installment of the…
After demystifying the creepy pickup artist, Assistant Professor Amanda Denes is back to help us understand the delicate art of pillow talk. While pillow talk is understood to maintain intimacy and security in a relationship as well as an effective setting to continue the Star Wars/Star Trek debate, Denes was…
Although science has made many advances in orgasm research, experts are still learning about men and women during sexual peak.
Sudoku or crosswords are decent mental exercises, but only in certain parts of the brain. Orgasms, however, work the whole damn thing over according to scientists.
Back in 2008 when the innocence of youth was sullied by the banking crisis, the Are You Afraid of the Dark? of investigative journalism shows, 20/20, aired parts of a documentary called Orgasmic Birth: The Best-Kept Secret, sparking a firestorm of internet commenting controversy. Orgasms during birth? You mean, yet…
Research, articles, ubiquitous workshops on the female orgasm all speak to the "orgasm gap," the relative difficulty among women, compared to men, in achieving climax. And research, and articles and let's be honest, personal experience all speak to the prevalence of casual sex. But what does casual sex mean, given…
Karezza sounds like a combination of jazzercize, Italian food, and a club full of Latvians, but it's neither an exercise, a cuisine, or a place to forget your debit card before you throw up on a sidewalk very far from your apartment. No, it's something much more depressing: a sexual "trend" that implores couples to…
A new study finds that many ladies over 80 don't have a lot of sexual desire, but that doesn't really bother them — even if they're sexually active.
According to a new study, women who drink two glasses of wine every day say they're having better sex than their teetotaling counterparts. To be fair, that could be the wine talking.
A new study purports to answer the burning question of why women fake orgasms: it's to keep a man faithful, of course.
Friends, what we have here is the "world's first movie of the female brain as it approaches, experiences and recovers from an orgasm." Watch as the body's most complex organ goes from a quiet red to a scorching hot yellow-white, as synapses fire and oxygen levels change. Fireworks!
Evolutionary biologist Sarah Blaffer Hrdy believes that since the clitoris is not linked to reproduction, it might just keep shrinking until it disappears. Sigh. Some dudes already have a hard time finding it as is.
It's been sixty years since scientists first figured out which part of the brain processes stimulation to which part of the body — on a man. It took til this year for someone to thoroughly map the same for a woman's body.
Today on The View, Joan Rivers discussed how her standup shows now have a signer for the hearing impaired, which means that, considering her act, she's learning some interesting new signs including those for "orgasm" and "fake orgasm," which she demonstrates here.
- Following a study on the effects of birth control on lemur-scent, which found that contraceptive injections made female lemurs less sexy to potential mates, British scientists are considering undertaking a similar test on humans.