Monday, May 20, 2019

Having Sex Makes People Happier The Next Day


Here’s another reason to have sex! A new study shows that getting laid not only makes people happy the next day, but it creates “greater levels of meaning in life and positive affect following sexual episodes.” In other words, doin’ it makes you feel alive!

The study, published by the American Psychological Association, studied 152 adults for 21 days in a resulting paper called “Sexuality Leads To Boosts In Mood And Meaning In Life With No Evidence For The Reverse Direction: A Daily Diary Investigation.”

“Sex is rarely discussed in theories of well-being and rarely empirically examined using methods other than cross-sectional surveys,” say the study’s researchers. “In the present study, a daily diary approach was used (for 21 days with 152 adults) to explore the relationship between the presence and quality of sexual episodes and well-being (positive affect, negative affect, meaning in life). Time-lagged analyses demonstrated that sexual activity on day one was related to greater well-being the next. As for the quality of episodes, higher reported sexual pleasure and intimacy predicted greater positive affect and lower negative affect the following day.”

So next time someone you work with is crabby, tell them (pick from the following) that they need to get out more and “get a hot beef injection”,”get the lady in the pink canoe rubbed,” “polish someone’s pole”, or if they are gay, “get a manwich sandwich.” It will bring everyone happiness. (Or “hap-penis” as I like to say.)

Also interesting was that people said that having sex “gave more meaning to their lives,” and that feeling was the created whether they were having sex in a committed relationship or through casual sex. So for anyone hooker uppers considering some casual sex, you now have an excuse for hooking up.

The study also found that “When the reverse direction was tested, well-being did not predict next-day sexual activity, pleasure, or intimacy. These results suggest a unidirectional relationship in which the presence and quality of sexual activity lead to gains in well-being the following day. Contextual moderators (gender, relationship status, relationship closeness, and relationship length) allowed for tests of conditions altering the link between sexuality and well-being. Relationship closeness was the most robust moderator in predicting greater levels of meaning in life and positive affect following sexual episodes. These data provide evidence to support the continual consideration of sex in empirical work and theoretical models of elements that comprise healthy relationships and a good life.” To the good life. And to good sex.

photo: Wikimedia Commons

New Study Says Music Increases Sexual Attraction To Men

A new study from Vienna says that women find men more attractive when they are accompanied by pleasing background music! That’s right men, if you want the ladies to find you more attractive, turn it up! The study, which involved 157 men and women, rated each other on that illusive mix of physical attraction, sex appeal, and dating desirability.

The study, called “Mis-attribution of musical arousal increases sexual attraction towards opposite-sex faces in females” found that “group-wise analysis indicated that women, but not men, gave significantly higher ratings of facial attractiveness and dating desirability after having listened to music than in the silent control condition. High-arousing, complex music yielded the largest effects, suggesting that music may affect human courtship behavior through induced arousal.” No wonder people are hooking up at music festivals in a tent with people they just met. Good times.

The authors of the study, Mariin Schober and Ginrgras Leder of The University of Vienna, said “Using a crossmodel priming paradigm, we examined whether listening to music influences ratings of facial attractiveness and dating desirability of the opposite sex. Our sample comprised 64 women and 32 men, carefully matched for mood, relationship status, and musical preferences. Targets were photos of faces with neutral expressions.” The study found that the arousal they women felt from the music was “mis-attributed” to the man’s face they were looking at and “misinterpreted” as sexual arousal. This explains why teenage girls scream and go ape-shit at Justin Bieber concerts.

It’s also interesting to note that music and sex stimulate and excite the same part of the brain. The Vienna study also sites a study done at The University of Texas, where sex researcher Cindy Meston conducts really cool sex research studies involving sexual arousal. “More recently,” said the study’s authors of Meston’s study,”Meston and Frohlich approached men and women before and after a roller-coaster ride and showed that people reported higher degrees of sexual attractiveness after exiting the ride, in comparison to people tested before entering the ride.” Who knew roller coasters such a turn-on? No wonder my 15-year-old date was all over me after a ride on the Cyclone.

Dr. Daniel Levitin, a neuroscientist at McGill University in Canada, who is also a musician and a record producer (now there’s a catch), told the Independent his studies concluded that chemicals in the brain, similar to opioids seemed to be “directly involved in musical pleasure.” His studies, he said, have further applications in helping people with various addictions.

How To Have A Passionate High

With over 2/3 of the United States allowing some level of legal cannabis, Sexologists and Sex Therapists are recommending that people get high before  getting it on. Part of the ancient ritual of Tantric Sex, cannabis is now being used by people of all ages sex for a more amazing, exciting, and sensual sexual experience. Now that it’s so legal, the time is right to have fun with this exciting, magical plant that can make sex better. And “budder.”

Dr. Nick Karras, a California sexologist from San Diego, has published a new, sex educational, infotaining mini e-book called The Passionate High. Karras, who is a practicing couples counselor, told me he has seen the “intentional use of marijuana actually save people’s marriages.” Bringing people closer on many levels, he says it’s about “incorporating the unique cognitive and physical effects that cannabis provides to cultivate deeper connections and greater creativity.” For only $2.99 his e-book tells you what you how to effectively do it right with the help of the “fun bud”.

The book offers one of the first “sex with cannabis for beginners” guides, explaining the strains of marijuana; (Sativa for a more giggly, cerebral high and Indica, which provides more of a relaxing, body stone.) He explains exactly how to ingest it (smoke it, don’t eat it as edibles can get you so stoned you won’t be able to locate your penis or vagina.) “The secret is micro-dosing” he says, “Start low and go slow.” 

It’s also important to create a “ritual” he says, such as music, which can have a powerful influence, and soft lighting, which is important, especially when you’re stoned. “Cannabis heightens the senses,” he says, creating incredible tactile sensations and increased blood flow and circulation. He recommends a slow, sensual massage after smoking, with along with the relaxing effects of marijuana, lets your worries and stresses “fade to the background to let you more fully experience the present moment.” He also notes that cannabis “creates a deeper empathetic understanding of the other person needs,” a groovy side-effect.

So how does cannabis actually work? It “lights up” the pleasure centers of the brain, so that you relax and feel less distracted, which helps you to “let go”, be present, and be “in the moment.” “One of the most amazing features of cannabis”, says Karras, “is that is slows down time, allowing you to focus in on each moment. People often express to me the way cannabis “lights up” their senses and helps them relax.” Although alcohol can relax people, it can also have a numbing effect and impair judgement. “Cannabis, he says “focuses your awareness, eliminating past and future thoughts and keeping you focused on the amazing sex you’re in the middle of having.

Recent studies have also shown than people preferred the sexual effects of pot over alcohol, and reported that cannabis lowered inhibitions and increased the quality and frequency of orgasms. Karras notes that “Cannabis is a truly amazing gift that can be used to strengthen or awaken passion.”

Your Best Buds For Better Sex

With two-thirds of US states enacting more relaxed cannabis laws, its time to relax and get it on with some mind-blowing bud. Besides, a recent study of 28,000 people published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine — a scientific journal that publishes awesome sexy time sex studies — found that the more people smoked weed, the more sex they had.

So what exactly does pot do? Well, it “lights up” the nucleus accumbens section of the brain where dopamine is released. Nueroscientists refer to it as the brain’s “pleasure center.” It’s the same area that lights up when you have sex, watch porn, do cocaine, or heroin, or laugh.

Another cool thing happens when you use marijuana is that cannabis tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) binds to the brain’s receptive hippocampus, causing changes in the brain, and slowing down time. Your short-term memory becomes inhibited and you “stay in the moment.” That’s when you become more receptive to touch. Cannabis creates a more sensual and electrifying experience. Plus, it increases sexual stamina, awakens creativity, and prolongs orgasms. What more could you ask for? And THC is a vasodilator, so it increases blood flow to the hoo-ha and the peen.

THC Design,a leading breeder and cultivator of premium, estate-grown cannabis in California, has curated a few top strains for us to help you and your lover get busy with the newly legal sexual “medicine.” Relax, its just (better) sex with weed. 

“THC Design XJ-13 is a Sativa-dominant hybrid crossbred between Jack Herer and G13 Haze. This strain balances high levels of THC with low levels of CBD  It offers anxiety, depression and pain relief.”

“THC Design Platinum GSC is an award-winning potent hybrid crossed with OG Kush, Durban Poison, and a third unknown strain. The strain leaves users happy, euphoric, uplifted and slightly sleepy, and is great for “getting it on” because it can help manage migraines, stress, severe pain, nausea, swelling, and other physical and mood-related symptoms.”

“THC Design Sour Diesel, a fast-acting strain believed to be descended from Chemdawg 91 and Super Skunk, uplift your spirit, increase energy, and for feeling happy, euphoric, energetic and relaxed.”

“THC Design Kosher Kush is famous for its high potency and producing staggering levels of THC with some samples testing over 29 percent.  OG kush-related strains, it has a unique, yet familiar smell reminiscent of rich earth and fruit, and is considered by many to be one of the tastiest smokes around. After sex, this strain will allow your body to transcend into a state of serenity, thereby draining your mind of all worries. The high experienced is typical of many heavy indica strains, producing pronounced relaxation and pain relief, with sleep often following close behind.”

“THC Design Dosidos has a sweet addicting minty cookie flavor accented by fresh lime and pine and a powerful 28-30% THC level. Dosidos gives the user a cerebral rush of euphoric energy that lasts for only a few moments before fading into a sedative, uplifted and sleepy relaxation making it great for pre- and post-sex.”

“With pink and purple hues, THC Design Purple Punch combines Larry OG and Grandaddy to bring you a relaxing head and body high. With smells of grape and blueberry candy, this strain is great for getting your body in the mood and relieving stress and minor aches and pains.”  Master cultivator Ryan Jennemann says that “These strains can prime your mind and body for some of the most intimate and erotic sex you’ll ever have.”

We’re in. 


Heat Activated Penis Implant Popping Up Soon

A group of urologists from The University of Wisconsin-Madison have come up with a new, heat activated penile for men who suffer from Erectile Dysfunction. Once men hit age 50, they have a 50% chance of having problems with Mr. Stifee.

Researchers concluded that the new “penile prosthesis represents a promising new technology in the treatment of erectile dysfunction. We demonstrated that a Ni-Ti-based prosthesis can produce the mechanical forces necessary for producing a simulated erection without the need for a pump or reservoir, comparable with existing prostheses.” Good times.

So how does this thing for his thing work? A thin, metal rod is inserted at the base of the penis, (as opposed to a more complicated device currently on the market that involves a pump that is implanted into the “boys.”)

The new and improved future implant consists of a “heat-activated exoskeleton of nitinol, a metal known for its superelastic properties and already in use in medical devices used for endovascular surgery,” say the researchers. It heats up by waving a remote control over it or by just stepping into a hot shower. But wait, what if you’re sitting on a plant and it gets hot down there? Or if you’re at the beach and it’s 90%? (Answers: you will have to cover your boner with a newspaper, or play beach volleyball with a raging erection.)

Researchers say that to “de-activate” the device, it is “flexible enough” that users can just push it down with their hand, like the existing penile implants. “We’re hoping that with a better device, a better patient experience, and a simpler surgery, more urologists would perform this operation,” said Dr. Brian Le, lead researcher of the study. “And more patients would want to try the device.”

About 30% of men don’t respond to Viagra and Cialis after a couple of years. And many men don’t want to deal with the embarrassment of pulling out a plastic penis pump. After 60 years of age, the chance of ED is 60%, with the chances increasing at about 10% each decade, so its a common problem. In the meantime, the traditional penile pump works well to create erect boners by “pumping it up” with a finger. For men who go this route, they can be 80-years old and have the penis of an 18-year-old.

The bad news is that the new device must be “rigidly” tested first and is not available right now. The good news is that when it is, it will “expand the penis in length and girth”, so guys can have not only have a “shower” but a “grower”.

Study Shows Marijuana Use Increases Sex Drive

A new scientific study has revealed that stoners have more sex. That’s right, smoking the magical plant makes you horny, baby.

The research was conducted by urologists at the Stanford University School of Medicine and spanned nine years. The study, one of the few of its kind, was called “Association Between Marijuana Use And Sexual Frequency in the United States: A Population-Based Study.” The study of 28,176 people aged 25-45 was published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, a scientific journal that publishes awesome sexy time sex studies.

The aim of the study was to “elucidate whether a relation between marijuana use and sexual frequency exists using a nationally representative sample of reproductive-age men and women,” the average age being 29.

Researchers analyzed data from 2002, 2006-2010, and another study in 2011-1015. The study evaluated “whether a relationship between marijuana use and sexual frequency exists.

Dr. Michael Eisenerg, a Urologist and Stanford Professor who authored the study, said: “The more people used marijuana, the more sex they had.” Who knew?

The study also revealed that cannabis has a generally unknown bonus. “These findings also alleviate some of the anxiety surrounding performance inhibition, noted Eisenberg. “Frequent marijuana use doesn’t seem to impair sexual motivation or performance.” If anything, it’s associated with increased coital frequency.” Performance anxiety? According to the study, light up a doobie and you’ll feel so good, you’ll forget you ever had anxiety.

The “clinical implications” for the study was that “marijuana users had significantly higher sexual frequency compared with never users. Marijuana use is independently associated with increased sexual frequency and does not appear to impair sexual function.” (Sex therapists are already recommending marijuana use for couples as a more sensual, bonding alternative to the numbing, bumbling effects of alcohol, without the hangover.)

“A positive association between marijuana use and sexual frequency is seen in men and women across all demographic groups,” concluded the study. “Although reassuring, the effects of marijuana use on sexual function warrant further study.”

“Usually people assume the more frequently you smoke, the worse it could be when it comes to sex, but in fact, we learned that the opposite was true,” says Dr. Eisenberg.

Couples who smoke pot generally report less inhibitions, more interest in sex, more tactile sensations, and more intense “highgasms.” Some dispensaries even carry specific strains that are tried & true as great for sex, with names like “Dirty Girl” and “Sexxxpot.”  No wonder there is a growing pot shortage.



‘Eye of Love’ – Pheromone Review

Pheromones—The Scent of Sex

Have you ever been aroused by someone’s scent?  I remember this guy I was going out with who left his t-shirt at my house, and every night I slept with it and drank in his essence.

It was intoxicating.

Was it his pheromones that enticed me to snuggle his t-shirt, or his unique manly odor?  Likely it was a bit of both.

But, do pheromones actually work to attract potential partners?  Find out in this review of Eye of Love Pheromone products.

What Are Pheromones?

Pheromones are a type of hormone, from the Greek words: pherein (to transfer), and hormon (to excite).

Sexual pheromones are airborne volatile chemical hormones that are released from the body via the skin: through eccrine (sweat), sebaceous (oil), and apocrine glands (armpits and genitals).  Pheromones are said to arouse and stimulate our senses and signal to the opposite sex our desirability, or readiness to mate.  While pheromones don’t have a discernible scent, they are sensed by an organ in the nasal passage known as a Vomeronasal Organ (VNO) and subconsciously they can trigger a sexual response in the opposite sex.

Pheromones can also give us lots of other information as well.  For men, they can sense whether a female fertile or ovulating, and for women, they can detect the genetic make-up (genotype) of a certain male to see whether his genes are compatible with hers.  This sense of knowing is not conscious, and we sense it in whether we find that person sexually attractive or not.

The Sexual Science of Scents

Our sense of smell is our most evocatively powerful emotional sense and can trigger emotions, mood, behavior and even our physiology.  For example, a scent can trigger a feeling of desire, which in turn can increase your heart rate, so even your body responds to the scent or pheromone physically through involuntary chemical reaction.

Sexual pheromones are called “releaser” type pheromones and elicit an immediate sexual response in those who respond to them.  Male pheromones include Androstenone associated with alpha male social dominance. Female pheromones include Androstenedione associated with female desire and Copulines, which is secreted when a woman is ovulating which triggers an increase in testosterone in men.

In various studies, it was determined that the way a man smells or his pheromones, is a significant factor to how much a woman will desire him sexually.  In another study, men wearing a scent felt more attractive and confident than men without it, which has been called the “Axe” affect.  So, for men, when you smell good, you feel good, and when you feel good, you are more attractive to women.  For women, if a man smells good, she feels romantic emotions towards him.

According to another study, “On the nature of mammalian and human pheromones,”[i] pheromones can provoke pleasurable emotions, including:

  • A heightened state of relaxation and ease especially in social situations
  • Less anxiety
  • Increased confidence
  • Decrease of social butterflies
  • Feeling more attractive
  • Happier; more optimistic outlook
  • Enhanced working relationships
  • Revved-up sex life
  • More romantic relationships
  • Empowered
  • Increased sense of well-being

Review of Eye of Love Pheromone Products

Eye of Love creates pheromone based perfumes and colognes designed to attract the opposite sex.  These products combine both pheromones and scents: the pheromones arouse a sexual response, while the fragrance enhances that specific mood.

The pheromones used in their products are Estratetraenol (to attract men), and Androstenol (to attract men).

I received four different products to review: Love on the Run: Seduce Spray (for women) and Rebel Spray (for men), After Dark Pheromone Parfum (for women) and Romantic Pheromone Cologne (for men).

I tested these products on myself, my partner, and another couple I know who were interested in trying pheromones out on themselves.

All the scents were amazing, each one unique and evoking a different mood.  They are high quality scents designed in France and last a long time.  Cheap scents tend to fade quickly, and these scents lasted all day (or night!) long.  When they first go on, they are very powerful, (a tiny amount, like one spray, goes a long way), but within an hour or so, they melt into a soft, subtle fragrance that mixes with your own unique body aroma.

Love on the Run – Seduce

Seduce and Rebel came packaged together in a box labelled “Love on the Run”, containing 5ml each of the roll-on “arousing pheromone parfum”.

Seduce is used by women, and has a distinct rose scent, especially when it first goes on.  Then, the other more subtle woodsy undertones of jasmine (considered an aphrodisiac which has a calming effect) and citrusy scent of bergamot can be detected.  Jasmine has been admired in some cultures as “the perfume of love” and Karma, the Indian God of Love was said to tip his arrows with jasmine blossoms in order “to pierce the heart through the senses”.[ii]

I liked this scent, and found it had a fresh, yet floral bouquet.  My partner said it smelled clean and womanly, and was arousing.

Love on the Run – Rebel

Rebel—used by men—reminds me a bit of Polo, one of my favorite male colognes. It has a fresh, clean scent with the underlying sensual hint of musk.  Musk has a very primal, animalistic, earthy aroma, and has been used for centuries as a sensual aphrodisiac, and reportedly women are 1000 times more sensitive to its essence.

I loved this scent, and found it very stimulating.  My partner liked the scent and said it was something he would wear, and he is very particular about wearing scents, preferring his “manly, Yes!” Irish Spring soap and natural essence.

I tried this one on my male friend and told him to go home, but not tell his girlfriend he was wearing it.  Apparently he got lucky, LOL!


Romantic—used by guys—also has a very clean fragrance, but becomes more sensual as it absorbs into the skin, with sandalwood, vanilla and musky undertones.  It also contains a subtle blend of lemongrass, fresh mint, and fresh smelling herbs.  The combination is sensual, yet herbal.

I really loved this scent, and found it very erotic and arousing.  Again, my partner liked the scent as well, and he got lucky too! Wink, wink!

After Dark Pheromone Parfum

After Dark—worn by women—has a warm, sensual, rich ambiance with accents of chocolate and vanilla, and the underlying floral tones of jasmine and lily.

This had a deep, full-bodied, rich redolence, like incense, and was dark and moody.  My partner liked this scent the best, and said it was erotic and sexy.

My girlfriend tried this scent on her boyfriend, and they were both very aroused.

This size comes in a refillable golden spray container, with a refill, and is beautifully packaged.

Do Pheromones Work?

Whether pheromones work or not is still up for debate.  Because they can’t be “sensed” in the usual ways (the have no scent) some scientists are not sure humans can have any reaction to them.  However, many studies have proved they do produce a response.

In my pseudo s-experiment, the scents did evoke a sensual/sexual response and seemed to arouse the senses.  Whether it was the pheromones, or the actual aroma, I’m not sure.  But, either way it doesn’t seem to matter, as they appear to work well to set the mood for lovemaking.

At any rate, I would highly recommend them if you are into scents, as they are evocative, sensual and provoke a desirable ambiance.  I feel sexy just wearing them!

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[i] McClintock MK, “On the nature of mammalian and human pheromones.” Ann N Y Acad Sci, Nov. 1998 30; 855: 390-2.

[ii] Jasmine: its Story in Aromatherapy:

Clitoris Rubbing Equals Orgasms, Science Confirms What We Keep Telling Guys

If women are wondering why they’re not having more orgasms during penetrative sex, (or men are wondering why they’re not giving women orgasms) it comes down to one thing. The clitoris; A.K.A the “happy button,” the “little girl in the pink boat,” or “the pearl in the oyster.” It just wants to be rubbed. Orgasms are not going to magically happen through thrusting penetration alone.

A new study from The Kinsey Institute not only reveals that women need more clitoral stimulation, but reveals how women really liked to be touched to induce orgasms. The study, led by Kinsey’s spectacular sex researcher Dr. Debby Herbenick and team, was sponsored by OMGYes, and the results were published in the Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy. The study was called “Women’s Experiences with Genital Touching, Sexual Pleasure, and Orgasm: Results from a U.S. Probability Sample of Women Ages 18 to 94. Yay 94! It’s never too late ladies!

Researchers asked 1,055 women through online surveys and video chats exactly how they liked their hoo-has touched. 63% said they liked “up and down” motions, 51% said they preferred “circular” touch, and 30% liked “side-to-side.”

Only 18.4% reported that intercourse alone induced orgasm, a statistic that should induce women to tell their lovers to get some finger and tongue action going.  One question asked was “For you, what do you think helps some orgasms feel better than others?” which most people never ask the people they are trying to give an orgasm to.  Most women preferred “light or medium” touch on the clitoris, with only 10% preferring “firm pressure.” The most popular moves were “a rhythmic motion,” “a motion that circles around the clitoris,” “switching between different motions,” and “switching between more and less intense touch.”

69% of women said they liked “indirect clitoral stimulation” by touching “through the skin above the hood,” 28% “through both lips pushed together (like a sandwich), 20% “through the skin on the right side of your clitoris,” and 19% went with the left side.

Researchers found that “Findings may inform sexuality education as related to pressure in terms of individual differences in genital stimulation, developing a trajectory of sexual pleasure among women.” The study could also “foster greater sexual pleasure as well as expand couple communication. Their advice is to “Go explore and see what you like.” It’s time to get busy on the “little lady” of pleasure. If you’re not sure what does it for you, here are some stroke suggestions from this exciting, orgasmic study:

What Type Of Guy Gives Ladies The Most Orgasms?

What kind of guy gives the best orgasms? Is it a personality trait, a certain behavior, or both? Thanks to a new study, we can all have more orgasms.

“The evolution of the female orgasm in humans and its role in romantic relationships is poorly understood,” says a new study. The research, published in Socioaffective Neuroscience & Psychology, was called “Testing the mate-choice hypothesis of the female orgasm: disentangling traits and behaviors.” We love studies on why women have orgasms and why they don’t.

103 single women completed the 71-minute survey because researchers felt that “Those in a relationship may feel obliged to rate their current partner more favorably than is strictly true.” From an evolutionary position, there is a “discriminatory mechanism designed to select high-quality mates” for what they call “high-frequency orgasms.”

Researchers compared the personality traits and sexual behaviors of “low orgasm partners” and “high orgasm partners” to see what differed. According to the results of the survey,  they found that “how often women experienced orgasm as a result of sexual intercourse was related to their partner’s income, self-confidence, and how attractive he was.” It also found that “Orgasm intensity was also related to how attracted they were to their partners.” In other words, cute, rich guys give women super orgasms.

“Those with partners who they rated as more attractive also tended to have more intense orgasms,” the study found. (Now you know why women date assholes.) Orgasm frequency was highly correlated with orgasm intensity, and orgasm intensity was a marginally better predictor of sexual satisfaction than orgasm frequency.

The study also identified the “partner psychological traits” that predicted how often women wanted to initiate getting it on. Those were “motivation, intelligence, focus, and determination.” Their partner’s sense of humor not only predicted his self-confidence, the study found, but also predicted women’s “propensity to initiate sex, how often they had sex, and it enhanced their orgasm frequency in comparison to other partners.” Make us laugh and we turn into nymphos.

Broken down further, these six characteristics were present in men most likely to give women orgasms: “humor, attractiveness, creativity, emotional warmth, faithfulness, and body odor pleasantness.” We just want a funny, hot, creative, warm guy who doesn’t cheat or stink; is that asking too much?

Other questions that figured into the findings included how many times they had sex per week, and their ratings of sexual satisfaction.” But the survey also asked whether guys were “rubbing the pink canoe.” Women were asked if men “manually stimulated” the clitoris, as they should if they want to get laid again. “It could be this activity that distinguishes “high-orgasm” and “low-orgasm” partners, as well as personal characteristics.” Dudes, deep rubbing down there and everyone will have a happy ending.

We’ll take a super orgasm or a regular one, just as long as we’re getting one. (blush from Nars)

Our kind of guy.

Better Sleep = Better Sex

A new study says that better sleep equals better sex! The study concluded that “Sleep problems can interfere with a woman’s level of sexual satisfaction.” The gigantic study, entitled “Better Sleep Can Lead To Better Sex,” analyzed data from a whopping 93,668 women 50-79 who were enrolled in the Women’s Health Initiative Observational StudyThe groundbreaking study was formed to “change the way health care providers  prevent and treat some of the major diseases impacting postmenopausal women.” Thanks to cool studies like this, I look forward to fornicating when I’m 79.

The study found that “short sleep duration (defined as fewer than 7 to 8 hours per night) was associated with lower odds of sexual satisfaction. Of the participants, 56% reported being somewhat or very satisfied with their current sexual activity, and 52% reported partnered sexual activity within the last year. Insomnia prevalence was 31%.”

“Women and healthcare providers need to recognize the link between inadequate sleep and their effects on sexual satisfaction,” says Dr. JoAnn Pinkerton, NAMS executive director. “There are effective treatment options to help with sleep disruption and sexual satisfaction, including hormone therapy, which this study confirmed to be effective at menopause for symptomatic women.” Increasing your exercise as you age, including weight lifting and yoga, is also proven to be great sleep enhancer., a medical marijuana community site that promotes the medical and therapeutic qualities of cannabis, reports that prescription sleep medication use–as well as pain medication use, has been reduced by 25% in states with medical marijuana patients. “We believe that quality medical advice from trained professionals is important, and we know that as more people begin to discover the healing powers of cannabis that they will seek to learn and share.” Many sex therapists now recommend “micro dosing” marijuana as not only a sleep aid but as a sexual, sensual enhancement. The magical plant reduces stress, helps you fall asleep, and relaxes you. Relaxed sex = better sex.

Another study from 2015 in the Journal of Sexual Medicine found that the same equation: more sleep = more sex, was also was true for college aged students. Students in the study said they felt hornier with each hour of extra sleep they had. They also said the more they slept the night before, the more they felt interested in sexy time the next day. The more you sleep the more you want sex, the better you feel, and the more you want to feel someone.