Monthly Archives: April 2014

Study Shows Night-Owl Women Have More Sex, Fewer Relationships


Women who stay up late are more likely to get laid, but less likely to get married than women who get up early to do a sun salutation or whatever

By Charlotte Alter

You know what Ben Franklin said: Early to bed, early to rise makes a woman rested, safe, and married.

A new study from the University of Chicago shows that women who stay up late tend to have similar risk-taking tendencies as men, and that night-owls of both genders were less likely to be in long-term relationships. Continue reading

The 8 Weirdest Sex Toys We’ve Ever Tried

Since starting this website in 2002, it’s not surprising we’ve seen thousands of sex products in every category imaginable. That said, not every adult toy has lived up to its hype, nor have we been able to endorse more than a tiny percentage of what’s come across our desks. Even further, some products, bless their inventor’s hearts, have simply left us shaking our head in bewilderment. Without further ado, here are a few of the most bizarre sex toys we’ve actually tried…

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True Erotic Story from The Other Woman

x-art_james_deen_jenna_get_wild_at_home-10-smlDoes she touch you?

Does she touch you the way I would do?

Does her lustful desire compel her to close the space between you, to seek you out as you stand in a crowd, to trace with her delicate hand the line of your broad shoulders, the curve of your back as the eyes of surrounding hopefuls are upon you, their gazes devouring, brazenly undressing your imposing, muscular form? Continue reading

S&M May Be The New Yoga: BDSM Causes Blood Flow In Brain To Alter State Of Consciousness



Skin tight leather-clad outfits, whips, and chains are all part of what is considered to be the subtle yet pervasive bondage, discipline, sadism, and masochism (BDSM) culture. The act of sexually enjoying giving and receiving pain — sadomasochism (S&M) — once thought to be a pathological practice is now viewed as some type of meditation. According to a recent study presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology in Austin, Texas, the practice of S&M alters blood flow in the brain, which leads to an altered state of consciousness similar to a “runner’s high” or yoga. Continue reading