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Sunday
Jan282018

Sunday
Jan282018

Storm Warning


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Exotic Beauty

Exotic Beauty

Lexi was born in Greece! She’s 21, 5’6” and a mixture of Greek, Native American and German heritage! Lexi coyly admits, “I hate to wear panties! They look good but they’re not comfortable! I often carry them in my clutch in case of an emergency! You just never know!” Lexi plays the alto and tenor…

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Sunday
Jan282018

Maria Sets Off The Sprinkler System

Sunday
Jan282018

This Is The Best Age For Sex For Men And Women

Age ain’t nothing but a number, especially when it comes to having truly satisfying sex.

According to Match.com’s annual Singles in America report, it’s not Tinder- and Grindr-using millennials who are having the best sex of their lives. It’s their parents: On average, single women reported having their best sex at age 66. For single men, the sweet spot was 64.

The findings, based on a survey of 5,000 singles of all ages, ethnicities, and income levels across the U.S, come as no surprise to sex therapists. Sex tends to improve once you’ve learned that your sex appeal isn’t based entirely on your physical appearance.

Unfortunately, that’s a lesson that takes most people years to learn, said Vanessa Marin, a sex therapist and the creator of Finishing School, an online orgasm course for women.

“With my clients in their 20s and 30s, self-consciousness is a huge factor in why they aren’t able to enjoy sex: Younger people are too in their heads about what their bodies look like, how they’re performing and what their partner is thinking.

Eventually, that wears off,” Marin told HuffPost. “Even between the 20s and the 30s, there’s already a significant decrease in self-consciousness.”

The survey finding is a welcome counterpoint to commonly held beliefs about sex in our 50s and beyond. Why do we worry it’s all downhill once we hit a certain age?

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Sunday
Jan282018

Aphrodisiacs: Where is the evidence?


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For many couples, a happy sex life is key for long-term happiness. But sexual dysfunction and loss of interest in sex are common issues, affecting sexual happiness and relationship satisfaction.

In 2015, a panel of experts reviewed scientific studies investigating sexual dysfunction in men and women.

Writing in The Journal of Sexual Medicine, they conclude that "[...] that the most frequent sexual dysfunctions for women are desire and arousal dysfunctions. In addition, there is a large proportion of women who experience multiple sexual dysfunctions."

"For men," they add, "premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction are the most common sexual dysfunctions."

Are aphrodisiacs the answer to getting our sex lives back on track?

What are aphrodisiacs?

According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), "[A]ny product that bears labeling claims that it will arouse or increase sexual desire, or that it will improve sexual performance, is an aphrodisiac drug product."

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Sunday
Jan282018

Valentine's Day: Table For Two

How many times has that been said over the course of every relationship? All couples have special moments they look back on together, and while weddings, births and first dates are obvious ones, there are those private moments that you need to remember just as well. Remember…Date Night? Time to pull out all the stops and try something really unconventional. Wearing Lorna under that salacious outfit is a sure way to have fun but keep the night interesting.

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Sunday
Jan282018

Spring Fling


Photo Credit: Arturo Puccini | All Rights Reserved | Model: Ashton

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