There is a popular stereotype that men think about sex every seven seconds, which is absurd. Men take a break from thinking about sex every second seconds. That second is usually spent in quiet contemplation. Once that second if over, however, it’s right back to what all men always think about: hot sex. Hammering stuff with our pocket Mjolnir. Making the beast with two chests, because we’re feeling kinky. Keep reading »
A new book, A Billion Wicked Thoughts, studied over one billion internet users and uncovered what kind of porn people are really cruising for online. Predictably, the authors found that women are more into erotica than men, and that women’s sexual interests and desires are more fluid and tend to change over time. Total shocker. Results also indicated that both men and women search for pornography involving “youth” most. I am assuming they mean “of age” youth and not “underage” youth. Again, not that surprising considering we are a youth-obsessed culture. Most fascinating though, is what men were found to be turned on by. Find out after the jump. Keep reading »
Ring fingers. Hot guys have the longest RING FINGERS. Get your minds out of the gutter. A new study found that the size ratio between a guy’s right index and ring fingers will predict how good looking his face is. Why? Because the ratio is linked to testosterone levels, which are determined while a fetus is still in utero. Oh and these same men, the one with the long ring fingers, have also been shown to have a talent for … playing rugby football. What did you think I was going to say, you dirtybird? [Live Science] Keep reading »
Apparently, being master of your domain isn’t all that it’s hyped up to be. Researchers say that for sufferers of the neurological disorder restless legs syndrome, a little self-pleasure could be just what the doctor ordered.
In a recent letter published by the medical journal Sleep Medicine, Luis Marin and colleagues at the Federal University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, report the case of a patient who, with masturbation and sexual intercourse, eased the symptoms of his RLS.
“The patient reported that he would get complete relief from RLS symptoms, granting him normal sleep following sexual intercourse or masturbation,” the letter read. Read more… Keep reading »
According to a new study, the happiest families have exactly 2.0 daughters. No more, no less. While two girls is heaven, double the number of girls, and parents report being in hell. Four girls is the worst brood combination to get stuck with. Hell hath no fury like sisters scorned. The next best child combo is one boy and one girl, who rarely fight over toys, but don’t bond quite as much. I found this to be a nice combination growing up, especially when my brother agreed to let me put makeup on him. I’m sorry, Adam. How about you, where does your sibling combo rank, and do you agree with its ranking? [Daily Mail UK] Keep reading »
A new study found that mutual dislikes — rather than likes — help humans bond initially. “There’s something really powerful about the discovery of shared negative attitudes,” said Jennifer Bosson, the lead researcher on this study. She found that we tend to connect when we have a third entity to demean because it makes us feel as if we instinctively understand each other better.
I know this sounds awful, but I think nearly all of my long-lasting friendships (and some relationships) began this way. My childhood best friend and I met when I was accidentally seated next to the kid who picked his warts and ate them in first grade. I cried so hard that the teacher changed the seating chart. My new neighbor and I talked about how weird Wart Boy was and we’ve been friends ever since. I met my college best friend on the steps of my freshman dorm. An awful frat guy tried to make a pass at me and I made fun of him. She laughed. We became instant besties. I know we are taught to be nice and perky to make friends. But screw that. I will continue to form bonds over things I dislike. It’s more fun that way. [NY Mag] Keep reading »