• Love & Sex

    Flirty Foods: Top 8 Aphrodisiacs That Feed Your Sex Drive

    For years men and women have sought after aphrodisiacs to increase and improve their sexual desire and sexual responses.

    Do they actually work? There are varying schools of thought on this subject but one thing is for sure, that aphrodisiacs have crossed all barriers – be it race, culture, age or gender. Everyone wants to have better sex.

    There are all kinds of foods which are aphrodisiacs and they work uniquely on different people. One specific category of foods that were thought to be aphrodisiacs are foods that resemble genitalia. Eggs and caviar, as well as asparagus, celery, bananas, and even onions, are some to name a few. Clams and oysters also have aphrodisiac qualities because of their shape, texture and their high zinc content, which could improve a person’s overall health and thus, increasing his or her sex drive.

    There are foods for all kinds of things – that especially boost energy, sharpen memory, and even fight the flab. These foods listed here are the ones that have aphrodisiac qualities but are perhaps lesser-known compared to the popular ones like the ones mentioned above or the queen of it all, chocolate.

    These snacks are listed for one reason and one reason only – to serve a sexier purpose, i.e. to improve your sex life. So, feel free to feast on these foods to feel friskier. Your loved one may just thank their lucky stars (and you) later!

    Here are the Top 8 Aphrodisiacs That Feed Your Sex Drive:

    1. Chili Peppers

    Spicy foods have long been considered to be sexual stimulants. It seems that foods that are heavily spiced often contain capsaicin, the active ingredient in cayenne pepper. Chili peppers stimulate endorphins (the brain feel-good chemicals), speed up heart rate and make you sweat, which mimics how you feel when you’re aroused. And these are the feelings that are quite similar to the physical reactions experienced during sex.

    2. Honey

    Honey contains boron, which is supposed to help regulate estrogen and testosterone levels. It also provides a natural energy boost, which is great for upping the energy levels in the bedroom!

    3. Watermelon

    According to sciencedaily.com, this fruit is known as the ‘lycopene king’ which may have Viagra-like effects on the body. It causes the blood vessels and relax and therefore, it improves circulation, which then, in turn, helps you get into the mood.

    4. Pomegranates

    Now this one owes its passion power to the high amount of antioxidants it has in this baby! This amazing fruit protects the lining of blood vessels, allowing more blood to course through them. And the upshot? Increased genital sensitivity.

    5. Arugula

    If you didn’t know this, you’ll be surprised to know that this peppery plant has been documented as an aphrodisiac since the first century A.D. The minerals and antioxidants found in its dark leafy leaves have also been proven to block environmental contaminates that could negatively harm libido. So, go on. Up that salad intake today and be sure to have some arugula in it on your next date night!

    6. Olive oil

    Some may think this is strange but olive oil is known to be an aphrodisiac. Olives are packed full of antioxidants and for years, olives and olive oil have been used for health. In fact, the ancient Greeks believed that olives made men more virile! Olive oil is a source of monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats, which are critical for a healthy heart, blood flow, and hormone production – all of which help boost your sex drive.

    7. Figs

    Figs are the fruits designed for love. It has been associated with sexuality for many years and the ripe fruit represents fertility, whilst the fig leave itself represents modesty – see Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. Figs are also full of potassium and is a powerful antioxidant as well.

    8. Pumpkin seeds

    Pumpkin seeds are super high in magnesium content and it seems that helps to raise testosterone levels by ensuring more enters into the bloodstream. Time to throw some into your next dish you plan to cook up for your man!

    Source: Readers Digest & PBS Food

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    8 Things To Know About Dating An Introvert

    Introverts can be hard to understand. Here are some things to keep in mind if you’re dating one:

    Everyone is different in their own right. Often times, a person is seen to be an introvert or an extrovert. Being with an extroverted person is fun, their outgoing, love to be around people and enjoy doing new and exciting things. But what about the other end of the spectrum?

    Understanding an introvert can be a challenge if you’re not one yourself.

    1. Forget Preconceptions About Introverts

    Entering any relationship with preconceptions isn’t good to begin with. Even more so with introverts, there are so many stigmas surrounding introverts, such as hard-to-talk-to or shy individuals. Bringing misconceptions into a relationship will hinder their ability to feel comfortable with you. This can jeopardize a good relationship.

    2. Finding Balance  

    If you are someone that likes to be in a crowded room, know that introverts often get overwhelmed by large crowd. Though every introvert is different, some are able to interact more than others. It’s best to gauge their ability to do so and find a balance for your need to socialize and your partner’s needs to have a quiet night.

    3. Don’t Expect Them To Join In All The Time

    Getting to know your introverted partner and gauging their comfort level with certain activities will do your relationship good. You can’t expect them to join you every time you want to head out, sometimes they need to re-energize with some alone time. If you’re not sure why they don’t want to head out, you can always ask, just don’t pressure them.

    4. Don’t Mistake Being Introvert for Being Shy

    One of the many misconceptions of introverts is that they are shy. Introverts prefer to have a close group of friends that they can connect with on a deeper level. Small talk with people they rarely meet is not of interest to them.  But that doesn’t mean you can just skip introducing them, you can never tell when someone can become a good friend.

    “I’m an introvert … I love being by myself, love being outdoors, love taking a long walk with my dogs and looking at the trees, flowers, the sky.” – Audrey Hepburn

    5. Know Their Limits

    Know the limits of your introverted partner and you can gauge their comfort level. This will allow you to know when it’s best to have a quiet night in, or when they’re up to a night out with friends.

    6. They Are Good At Giving Advice

    This would be a bonus. Whatever your problem is, introverts will always try to help with useful advice. Their thoughts are never motivate by social pursuits or popularity but only for your best interest.

    7. Your Time Together Is Precious

    They enjoy spending time with people they care about. To an introvert, your time together is that much more important to them, then you may think it is.

    8. Find An Activity To Enjoy Together

    Make the effort to find an activity you can both enjoy, whether indoors or outdoors. The key here is to push their limits (slowly) without pressuring them.  Here’s a tip, either do an activity with just the two of you or his/her close group of friends.

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    Can Arguing Save Your Relationship?

    Most people share the same notion when it comes to romance, the lovey-dovey image of a couple enjoying the company of one another. That, however, is just a single scene and not the whole story.

    Not every relationship is a Hollywood movie, no doubt that there are some in the world, but they’re far and few in between. In reality, it takes work to have a successful relationship. After the initial glow of passion fades away, what you are often left with is a work in progress, not the end product.

    Most couples argue; event in Hollywood romantic movies, there’s always a part of the movie where the characters will have to confront an uncomfortable situation. But we do see arguments in a negative light, don’t we?  Arguments do have a positive or rather a more beneficial side to it. Let take a look…

    • Open Communication

    Arguments are often set off by a disagreement of opinion. They can be a sign that you and your partner are open to engaging in a heated debate with one another. Confronting issues rather than hiding then and brewing emotions of resentment.

    More often than not, we would learn new things whether positive or negative about both our partners and ourselves. This in turns allows for growth, sometimes a personal growth or a growth in a relationship.

    A study conducted in India showed that 44% of couples believe that arguing can help keeps the lines of communication open

    • It’s Healthy

    Psychology Today, list arguing (not fighting) as one of the keys to a healthy and happy relationship. All of us know that keeping things bottled up isn’t healthy, with a partner that allows you to have open lines of communication,  results in a much less stressful relationship (see Open Communication)

    • Shows That You’re An Individuals

    The ability to argue shows that you are really an individual. Not someone with ‘no’ personality that just goes along with anything. Unless that is what you and your partner want,  it doesn’t boat well in a relationship.

    Having the believes and values of your own are valuable to your relationship. Sharing and learning from one another is part of the whole experience and makes it exciting.

    • The Relationship Means Something to You.

    We as humans will only argue about things that matter to us. You wouldn’t jump in an argument over something you couldn’t give a hoot about would you?  So arguing can be a sign that you care about the relationship, where it’s going, and that you’re willing to fight for it.

    • Getting Pass Arguments

    Though arguments can have a beneficial side, how you get to pass an argument is a highly important aspect. Pushing egos aside, being tolerant and understanding whilst keeping an open mind, will all help in your relationship.

    • Resolving issues

    If you are able to get pass arguments in a matured and understanding manner, you and your partner have the ability to resolve issues. This is highly important for a long term relationship, issues will arise one time or another, and it’s important to be able to handle them with respect and care for one another.

    • You Keep It Real

    Though romance and relationships go hand in hand, there is a difference between romance and romanticizing reality. Understanding that romance is fleeting and comes and goes in a relationship is as real as it gets. After the initial passion fades, there will be many issues to face, a person that understands that reality, will have a higher chance at a healthier and happier relationship.

    • Maturity

    There is a difference between arguing and fighting. Arguing is non-combative, raising points without raising your voice or name-calling (from psychology today). This shows the maturity of a person. If you and your partner are matured enough to have a respectful argument, you would also have mutual respect for one another.

    • Acceptance

    When we argue we show a different side to our personality. Often times this side has no hidden truths, its full-on and full out, expressive emotions. Seeing each other in a different light over an argument is not an easy thing. But it will allow both you and your partner to fully accept one another.

    Important note:

    It is important to note the difference between arguing and fighting (see Maturity). Couples that are able to argue and not have it escalate to a fight have a good chance of a healthier and happier relationship.

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    7 Types Of Kisses & Their Meanings

    Kisses. What can you tell from a kiss? It may seem so simple but yet, it isn’t as simple as it seems.

    What can you tell from even the simplest form of kisses? Did you know that there are several types of kisses? Well, if you didn’t know such a thing existed, there are several types of kisses that do exist and each of them means different things.

    Kissing in itself has its own language and it’s also one of the most common universal acts of showing love. Almost everyone receives or gives a kiss at some point in their life. A kiss can also be placed on any part of the body. Hence, why kisses can have different meanings.

    Kissing someone provokes a series of different reactions and emotions. The act of kissing allows us to express ourselves other than spoken communication. With just a simple kiss, you may discover what your partner wants to communicate with you, turning that simple act into a means of fulfilling your partner’s desires.

    A kiss can carry a thousand words. It can tell you that someone desires you, or that someone is pleased to see you and is greeting you warmly. A kiss can also make you feel taken care of and secure. Basically, an action such as a kiss can tell you a variety of things, which makes things rather interesting.

    Here are certain types of kisses that can imply different things:

    Kiss on the cheek: transmits affection, support, and complicity, regardless of physical attraction.

    Kiss on the lips: implies passion, which could mean “I love you” or “I want to date you.” If it is carried out very quickly, just barely touching one another’s lips, it may mean simply friendship. However, it all depends on the intensity of the kiss, which is an important factor in interpreting its intention.

    Kiss on the collarbone: implies intimacy and manifests a certain degree of erotic intention in the giver. It is a very effective seductive gesture.

    Kiss on the ears: this gesture can be charged with passionate sexual intention and power. It is a gesture that shouldn’t be taken not too seriously, as it indicates a playful nature. It also depends on the intensity of the kiss. This kiss is imbued with the energy of play and mischief.

    Kiss on the hands: either in women or men imply admiration, tenderness, or desire for love. Additionally, it expresses trust on the part of the giver.

    Kiss accompanied by an embrace: when both bodies are in close contact, this is an expression of strong affection and surrender. Both are willing to give in to one another on both a sensual and a sexual level.  (And when it becomes very sensual, remember to stay safe with Durex)

    Kiss accompanied by an intense look of endearment: the person receiving the kiss feels tenderly loved, whether the kiss is on the face or the lips.

    Kisses are subject to a wide variety of circumstances, and if you want to know what other kisses can mean, find out more here on our other article on kisses.

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    Top 5 Healthy Eating Tips For A Healthy Relationship & Sex Life

    There are lots of tips on how to have a better relationship and sex life, but did you know that it also comes down to your diet?

    A good diet can do wonders. Not only will it help you stay healthy at your optimal best, but having the right kind of diet will you a world of good in more ways than one.

    Certain types of foods can help boost libido and certain types of food, particularly a poor diet can also contribute to a whole lot of health issues for you. A poor diet, unfortunately, can also find its way into your bedroom and mess up with your mojo seriously if you’re not careful! Obesity and diabetics are often linked with poor diets and erectile dysfunction is very often linked with both obesity and diabetes.

    If you’re keen to keep your sex life in its ultimate “shape” as it were, maintaining a healthy diet is essential. Sometimes, that calls for lifestyle changes. Changing your eating habits and eating behaviors for the better will make you feel better but best of all, it won’t affect your sex life badly.

    Here are the top 5 Healthy Eating Tips For a Healthy Relationship & Sex Life:

    1. Eat together 

    Being together is a bonding experience for any couple at any time. The brain is the most important sex organ and sex isn’t just about the act itself. Look at it from a holistic point of view. It begins with signs of affection, building trust and intimacy together and desiring your partner. Having meals together helps both of you to get to know each other better and helps bond both of you tighter together in a relaxed scenario.

    2. Healthy Diet

    Our bodies need food. However, it’s fueling the body with the right kinds of food that isn’t always so easy. Eating the right kind of foods has been linked to better mood and greater energy (and of course, better health). Omega-3s, for example, help to improve heart health and reduces the risk of depression (which is often linked to the loss of sexual desire) by increasing dopamine production and may have a positive impact on libido. A healthy diet can help maintain a better mood and thus, helping you to be able to support a healthy relationship.

    3. Support one another

    We’re not just talking emotionally, although that is very important in any relationship. We’re referring to supporting each other by having a good diet and encouraging each other to stick to those good dietary habits. If your partner is on a weight loss journey, be supportive by helping them in any way possible. They will greatly appreciate that support.

    Don’t criticize or nitpick on their bad eating habits. Help them find out why they are having difficulty sticking to their diet and help them come to a solution. Be supportive, not destructive. When one is supportive to their partner, that bonds a couple even more and thus, creating more love and desire between them.

    4. Food Conflicts

    Are you a meat eater and your partner is vegan? Or are you a strict Buddhist vegetarian whereas your partner doesn’t really care and eats anything and everything? Whether you like it or not, these matters count. It is important for all couples to discuss personal issues with each other honestly.

    Cultural differences, religious dietary requirements, personal choices, medical diets or just plain fussy eaters all can make or break a relationship. Talk it out and try to come to a compromise between both of you. If there is no mutual respect or understanding between the two of you on something so basic but crucial, there isn’t much hope for the relationship, making it a real killer for your sex life!

    5. Diet & Nutrition

    A good diet is well balanced with good nutrition. Having a diet filled with arginine help maintain healthy blood flow. Arginine is also an amino acid that makes nitric oxide in your body. It is an important chemical involved in helping blood vessels relax, which undoubtedly helps with maintaining erections. Arginine can be found in foods such as walnuts, almonds, fish, whey, fruits, and leafy vegetables.

    Zinc is also one thing that you ought to have in your diet. Zinc is a mineral that is interrelated with the body’s production of testosterone and is necessary for the development of sperm/semen in men. Having adequate amounts of zinc in the body helps boost male and female fertility as well. Foods such as seafood especially oysters and almonds are great sources of zinc. So, increase zinc in your diet. It definitely helps rekindle that sexual desire and will give your mojo a major boost!

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    7 Foods For Better Sex

    Want to put some sizzle back into your sex life? Well, food can actually help you set the mood.

    There’s nothing better than a romantic, home-cooked dinner, featuring some foods to help turn up the heat. Food helps connect people and when it’s shared with someone whom you love and care about, the connection grows deeper.

    According to Jennifer R. Berman, MD, the director of the Berman Women’s Wellness Center, in Beverly Hills, California, she said that there is a growing body of evidence that some of the vitamins and components in foods can enhance sexual function and sexual experience. Food has been major players when it comes to our aphrodisiac history and thus, it does have links as to how it affects our sex drives.

    Here are some of the  Top 7 Foods For Better Sex:

    1. Avocados

    Many moons ago, the Aztecs referred to avocados as testicles. Yes, you read right – testicles, namely because of their physical shape. Avocados are an aphrodisiac because they’re rich in unsaturated fats and low in saturated fat, making them good for your heart and your arteries. And really, anything that keeps the heart beating strong helps keep blood flowing to all the right places. Men with underlying heart disease are twice as likely to suffer from erectile dysfunction (ED). So to avoid that, amp on the avocados!

    2. Almonds

    Almonds aren’t just superfoods. They’re also great for sex! Almonds have long been purported to increase passion, act as a sexual stimulant, and aid with fertility. This nut is also nutrient-dense and rich in several trace minerals, which are important for sexual health and reproduction, such as zinc, selenium, and vitamin E.  Zinc helps enhance libido and sexual desire.

    3. Strawberries

    When did you wear a red dress and not feel sexy? Hardly ever we say (and if you did wear red and didn’t feel hot, something is very wrong! Get a new red dress stat!). A 2008 study found that men find women sexier if they’re wearing red, as opposed to cool colors such as blue or green. Strawberries are an excellent source of folic acid. It’s full of vitamin B that helps ward off birth defects in women and, according to a University of California, Berkley study, it’s tied to high sperm counts in men. Valentine’s Day is coming up soon. Why not try making dark-chocolate-dipped strawberries, if you’ve not done so before. And by the way, there’s a reason chocolate is given on Valentine’s Day: it’s full of libido-boosting methylxanthines.

    4. Seafood

    Now, seafood is definitely great to boost up the aphrodisiac levels in us. Despite their slimy texture, oysters may be the most well-known aphrodisiac. They’re also one of the best sources of libido-boosting zinc and zinc is known to increase libido and sexual desire. But other types of seafood can also act as aphrodisiacs. Oily fish such as wild salmon contain essential nutrients for a healthy heart, which helps pump the blood in the right places.

    5. Arugula

    Arugula? Really, you say? Well, arugula isn’t just merely a leaf you can add to your salad. It has been heralded as an arousal aid since the first century. Today, research reveals that the trace minerals and antioxidants packed into dark, leafy greens are essential for our sexual health because they help block the absorption of some of the environmental contaminants thought to negatively impact our libido.

    6. Figs

    Figs have a long history of being a fertility booster. Not only can they be drippingly sweet and thus, making it an interesting snack to have in the bedroom where you can literally kiss the sweet juices off each other, but they make an excellent aphrodisiac. This is because they are packed with both soluble and insoluble fiber, which is important for heart health. On top of that, figs are high-fiber foods that help fill you up, not fill you out, so it’s easier to achieve that sexy flatter belly.

    7. Citrus fruits

    Any member of the citrus fruit family is super-rich in antioxidants, vitamin C, and folic acid, all of which are essential for men’s reproductive health. Enjoy a romantic salad that incorporates citrus, like pink grapefruit or mandarin oranges, or use a dressing made with lemon and lime.

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    The Science Of Love

    When it comes to love, well, it’s not so straightforward as some would like it to be.

    There is actually a science when it comes to love and it’s actually called the Science of Love. This is what generally explains it:

    • There are three phases to falling in love and different hormones are involved at each stage.
    • Events occurring in the brain when we are in love have similarities with mental illness.
    • When we are attracted to somebody, it could be because subconsciously we like their genes.
    • The smell could be as important as looks when it comes to the fanciability factor. We like the look and smell of people who are most like our parents.
    • Science can help determine whether a relationship will last.

    As mentioned above, there are three stages of falling in love. They are:

    Stage 1: Lust

    Everyone has experienced this at some point in their lives. Lust is driven by sex hormones called testosterone and estrogen. Mind you, testosterone is not confined only to men, as what a lot of you are likely to believe. It plays a major role in the sex drive of women.

    Stage 2: Attraction

    This is what is known as the ‘love-struck phase’. When people fall in love a lot of them can think of nothing else. It can almost be all-consuming if one isn’t careful. They might even lose their appetite and need less sleep, preferring to spend hours at a time daydreaming about their new love in their lives.

    In the attraction stage, a group of neuro-transmitters called ‘monoamines’ play an important role:

    • Dopamine – Also similarly activated by the use of cocaine and nicotine.
    • Norepinephrine – Otherwise known as adrenalin, which is known for getting us sweating and gets the heart racing.
    • Serotonin – One of love’s most important chemicals and one that may actually send us temporarily insane.

    Stage 3: Attachment

    Now, without attachment, it ain’t going to stick! This is what takes over after the attraction stage if a relationship is going to go the distance. There is no such thing as people staying in the attraction stage forever. Everyone eventually moves on to the next stage.

    Attachment is a longer-lasting commitment and is the bond that keeps couples together, especially if they are going to commit to each other long term and when they decide that they want to start a family. There are two hormones released by the nervous system, which are thought to play a role in social attachments:

    • Oxytocin – This is released by the hypothalamus gland during childbirth and also helps the breast express milk. It helps cement the strong bond between mother and child. It is a hormone that is released by both sexes during orgasm and it is thought that it promotes bonding when adults are intimate. The theory goes that the more sex a couple has, the deeper their bond becomes.
    • Vasopressin – Another one of the important chemicals in any long-term commitment stage of a relationship. It is an important controller of the kidney and works in tandem with the rest of the hormones in your body.

    All in all, this is what keeps the love going. It is actually not the determining factor on whether your relationship is going to last but with this, it may help you understand your actions a little better. Whatever it is, don’t let your emotions get the better of you.

    Take time to think things through, especially when it comes to matters of the heart. Science of love or not, your heart is yours and it’s always best to keep close tabs on it. Good mental and emotional health equals a happier you.

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    5 Ways To Flirt Better

    We already know you know how to flirt. But these tips will help turn your seductive ways up a notch and hopefully, get you to that next stage with your special someone.

    According to Wikipedia, the explanation of flirting is this: Flirting or coquetry is a social and sometimes sexual activity involving verbal or written communication as well as body language by one person to another, suggesting an interest in a deeper relationship with the other person.

    What is it about flirting? What is it that makes the beginnings of getting to know someone you like even more special? Well, for one thing, flirting clearly shows interest in the other person and if the flirting is reciprocated, that’s even better and it also shows you that he’s clearly keen on taking it a little further.

    Most of us know how to flirt but how to flirt better? That is an art. Flirting is a combination of things where body language is combined with wit, humor and niceties are wrapped up all into one.

    Here are 5 Ways To Flirt Better:

    1. Put Away Your Phone

    Self-explanatory. Actually, look up at the world and at the person in front of you—it’s kind of pretty sometimes. Give your full attention to the person you’re with. That in itself is a turn on as it shows you’re really interested in them and in you giving them your full attention, it says that they matter and the time you are spending with that person is exclusive. So, put away the tablet, phone or computer once in a while.

    2. Speak Up

    Don’t be afraid to strike up a conversation face-to-face. One of the best things that a lot of men like is confidence. Brave up and be aware of people around you instead of what’s going on your phone. A lot of people have terrible table manners and even basic communication etiquette these days. It is rude to be on your phone or check your phone often when you’re with someone or with friends, even worse when it’s with a date!

    To avoid being rude or looking like you are rude, leave the social media updates for later and concentrate on the conversation at hand with your date. Talk to each other. Get to know each other. Through proper conversation, it really connects you with that person and flirting will just come naturally.

    3. Smile

    There’s nothing better than a genuine smile. A smile that goes right to your eyes. A real smile will go a long way in keeping your outlook positive, and it can have a ripple effect on the people around you. Happy people want to connect with other happy people. It’s only natural as there is a pull that you’ll have with each other.

    And you know what? Just because you smiled at someone who happens to already have a girlfriend, it doesn’t mean your smile was wasted. You could have just made someone’s day. Your face is a lot prettier when it’s got a smile on it. Trust us.

    4. Hold Their Gaze

    “I love looking into people’s eyes, but you don’t want to stare—that can make people uncomfortable or give a false sense of intimacy,” she says. “Trust me, I’ve done it and plenty of people have asked me, ‘Why are you looking at me like that?’ [Instead, master] the art of the glance. Three times is a charm if you want to let someone know you are interested.”

    5. Practice Makes Perfect

    Be your confident, sexy, smiley self around everyone. We promote smiling and connecting with everyone. It will make it easier if you have gotten out of your comfort zone with the people you are not interested in romantically when you meet someone you really want to flirt with. Or with someone whom you really like and want to take it further.

    Don’t you scoff at this list! Because let us tell you that these tips do work and although not everyone will find that these will work for you, it is definitely a helping hand when you’re next with someone you’re keen on.

    Do the things you need to do to feel good, and pass along the good vibes to as many people as you can. Misery begets misery, so leave that at the door. Happiness and positiveness is the way to go. Exude these positive vibes and hopefully, love will come. Happy flirting!

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    15 Not So Important Facts About Sex

    When it comes to sex, it isn’t that complicated for most of us. Very often, love comes into play and at times, it’s governed by lust.

    Whatever the circumstances surrounding sex, it’s something that is looked upon positively, that it is a shared intimate activity that involves giving oneself and trusting that person. For some, sex isn’t necessarily a shared bonding experience but rather, they see it as a plain good time between the sheets. Either way, one thing that is commonly shared is that when sex is done right and with the right person, it’s amazing.

    According to some recent research by RemovingGenitalWarts.net, 56% of men claim to have had sex at work. The other 44% can only hope. And that if men are married but found to be impotent, the marriage usually ends up in divorce as the women want a family.

    Other interesting findings that they found was:

    • that if allergies are getting to you, have some sex as sex unblocks a stuffy nose!
    • more women talk dirty during sex than men.
    • only 17% of women are likely to have an orgasm during sex.
    • that the average man will ejaculate 18 quarts of sperm in his life.
    • that the average erect penis is 5 inches and that the smallest ever erect penis is, would you believe 1 centimeter!
    • if men have a lot of good sex, they are very likely to live past 80 years of age.

    Here’s an infographic that state 15 Not So Important Facts About Sex:

    Source: Removing Genital Warts

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    The Truth About Orgasms

    Just when we thought we knew what was to know about orgasms, we find out some interesting facts about orgasms.

    Besides it being a totally out-of-your-mind experience (well, we hope that it is for you because if not, something is wrong!), here are some fun facts about the Big O. Did you know for example that having an orgasm can relieve pain? This is because when you orgasm, a hormone called oxytocin is released in the brain. Oxytocin facilitates bonding, relaxation, and other positive emotional states. Orgasms also help relieve stress for the same reason.

    According to Dr. Debby Herbenick, Ph.D., a research scientist at Indiana University and author of ‘Because It Feels Good‘ cleared up the myth that condoms can affect the quality of orgasms. Well, it doesn’t so it should not stop you from using condoms and practicing safe sex. Dr. Herbenick also said that orgasms get better with age. Now, that’s something positive about getting older!

    Source: Infographics Zone & Woman’s Day