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Poll: How Long Do You Like To Do It?

“I can go all night long, baby!” While this common guy claim is rarely true, is this really what women want? According to a Penn State Study published last spring, ”Satisfactory sexual intercourse for couples lasts from three to 13 minutes.” Damn, that’s less time than it takes me eat a burrito! (Which, let’s face it, in some cases, can be more deliciously gratifying.) But sex, as we all know, is a quality over quantity thing. Going at it like bunnies until the break of dawn sounds fun, but with risk factors like chafing, early morning meetings, and general exhaustion, you can’t go on bumpin’ uglies forever — which explains why “women like sex to last, and last, and last” came in second in our poll of sexual misconceptions. So, what do you consider the perfect amount of time strictly for D-in-V-style penetration?

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Poll: Sexual Misconceptions About Women

Guys think they know oh so much about women and sex. “Women only like the missionary and never want to mix up positions!” “Every chick I’ve ever boned came like clockwork because I am just that good!” Puhlease. There are so many misconceptions about women and sex. But which is the biggest? Keep reading »

Real Chick Lit: The Handjob Handbook

E., my best guy friend in college, believed that women should eliminate giving handjobs from their hook-up repertoire. “They always end up either hurting or not being satisfying at all,” he asserted. “The bottom line: there’s no way you can do it as well as he can.” It did make perfect sense. Why should I — or any woman, for that matter — attempt to please my guy with something of which he’s perfected the art? That would be like making Italian food for Mario Batali, or giving Spencer Pratt of “The Hills” lessons on how to be a douchebag. Keep reading »

Love Hurts: How To Heal Love’s Most Pesky Wounds

The morning after a recent tryst, I was mortified to find two giant purple hickies on my neck. Even more painful: I limped through the rest of the weekend because we had gotten a little (ahem) enthusiastic in the sack. Determined to avoid more bedroom battle-scars, I turned to science to find out how to get off without getting injured. My tricks, after the jump… Keep reading »

Interview: Rachel Kramer Bussel On Sarah Palin Erotica

Even with the presidential election over, Sarah Palin remains a prominent figure. From her hairstyle to her politics, America has been and remains obsessed with the female politician who seemingly came out of nowhere. And while some debated her political platform, others were more preoccupied by her sexual identity. From a Palin sex doll to an homage adult movie, the sexualization of Palin won’t quit. Most recently, writer Rachel Kramer Bussel created Sarah Palin Erotica (http://sarahpalinerotica.com/), a site dedicated to erotic stories about the former Republican vice presidential candidate. After the jump, an interview with Bussel that reveals why Americans can’t get over Palin. Keep reading »

The Top Five Ickiest Movie Sex Scenes

One of the biggest themes to sell movie tickets is sex. Movies packed with steamy love scenes usually prove to be the biggest sellers. But what happens when a film contains love scenes which fall far from erotic? Check out the top five unsexiest love scenes in movies, after the jump… Keep reading »

Panty Alert! A GPS System That Tracks Your Whereabouts Via Your Underwear

Lucia Lorio, a luxury lingerie designer, has created a “Find Me If You Can” bra and panties set that comes with its own GPS tracking system. On the side of the sheer white bodice, a black device has been stitched into the hem — ostensibly so your lover knows where you are. Needless to say, many are calling the set made for stalking a “modern day chastity belt.” However, Lorio defends her product: “In London, New York, Rio de Janeiro — wherever there is danger, the underwear may prove to be a lifesaver.” Ironically, it looks like the lingerie equivalent of the GPS ankle bracelet that sex offenders on parole have to wear. Lorio’s selling her high-tech undergarment system for a grand a piece, plus the monthly monitoring fee. It seems like a rip off for something that’s supposed to get ripped off you, and it’s creepy to think about someone trying to keep tabs on your location, especially by tracking your underpants. Consider yourself warned, ladies. It’s all fun and games getting followed via your lingerie — until you realize you’re living in 1984, and Big Brother’s in your underwear drawer. [Daily Mail] Keep reading »

Does The Twilight Series Promote Abstinence?

I’m going to have to go with “Yes, sort of.” Being that Twilight‘s author, Stephanie Meyers, is a devout Mormon, I didn’t really expect to crack open the first book and get some vampire erotica. Add to that the fact that the books’ target audience is supposed to be teenagers, and you’re going to be disappointed if you wanted a blow-by-blow description of how blood suckers are in the sack. You’ll have to watch “True Blood” for that. Keep reading »

Dealbreaker: The Guy Who Didn’t Want Head

Some women would be thrilled to have a guy who didn’t want head, ever, but not me. I knew one guy was not going to be a match when he gently pushed my mouth away when I moved to go down on him, saying, “That’s okay; I don’t usually come that way anyway.” To me, that was all the more reason to try! But he wasn’t offering up the statement as the start of a conversation; that was it. I didn’t bother expressing my disappointment, just vowed not to go home with him again. Keep reading »

Town Cracks Whip On Family-Friendly Sex Shop

Now that you’ve made babies, what do you do with them? Well, when you’re shopping in the “Little by Little Adult Concept Store”, a sex shop in Hillcrest, Australia, you hand them over to the on-site babysitters! While you go in the back room and buy naughty things to help you make more of those little guys, they’ll mind the little rugrats. Unfortunately, some haters in the small town are appalled by their “family-friendly” policies. After a couple official complaints, the City Council is on the sex shop’s case. Since the store is sandwiched between a Lutheran Church and a mall with a dental surgery office, a bakery, a drug store, and a hair salon, some residents claim that sex toys just don’t fit in with the rest of the neighborhood. The shop was recently served a “show cause” notice and now they must prove that they’re serving the community in order to be allowed to stay in business. Manager Monica Bekkers doesn’t understand what all the whining is about, saying, “Everyone has sex.” Well, maybe not the local people who have so much time on their hands they’re willing to file charges! But, in defense of her in-house kiddie care for customers, she also adds, “It only takes a child eight minutes to die in a hot car, and I don’t see the harm in letting your child sit in our shop and colour-in while mum or dad look about….Everyone who works in this shop is a parent themselves.” Plus, all the dirty merch is enclosed in the back room where minors aren’t allowed. So, really, what’s the big deal, people? They’re just trying to put the strip in strip mall! [Courier Mail] Keep reading »

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