The modern day woman needs to stay up to date with the latest information about sex and everything having to do with sex to make sure she stays safe — and in the know.
1 We automatically perceive people who smell good as more attractive.sexy.
2. People who are into kinkier sex may be psychologically healthier Endorphins released during sexual activity create a euphoria similar to opioid drug use.
3. Some people experience the same feeling of arousal when thinking about food as when having sex. (I might be one of them.)
4. After ovulation, a female’s egg is fertile for 24 to 48 hours and a man’s sperm can live 48 hours in the female body. Do the math and be careful. There have been documented cases of live sperm discovered eight days after sex.
5. Twelve percent of adults have had sex at work.
6. You can’t say happiness without saying pen!s. (You’re welcome.)
7. Around 30 percent of women have trouble reaching orgasm.
8. The Kama Sutra lists 30 types of kisses. Askew, when two heads are tilted in opposite directions. Kiss to ignite, kiss at the corners of the mouth that occurs in the middle of the night to kindle love. Bite classic, when taken between the teeth with a lot of skin. How many have you tried?
9. A study found that good sex triggers the region of the brain associated with falling in love.
10. According to a study, people who have sex once or twice a week have their immune systems boosted slightly.
11. There are some foods that boost your sex drive, one of them being black raspberries. This phytochemical-rich food enhances both libido and endurance. Oysters are high in zinc, which is vital for testosterone production and healthy sperm. Watermelon contains citrulline amino acid, good for the cardiovascular system and helps relax the blood vessels that increase your sex drive.
12. The average vagina is three to four inches long but can expand by 200 percent when sexually aroused.
13. Sex is 10 times more effective than Valium.
14. Shaving your pubic area increases your chances of spreading an STI.
15. Yeah, they’re called STIs (sexually transmitted infections) now instead of STDs (sexually transmitted diseases)
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