S ex - was there ever a time when I didn't know more than I wanted to know? The coffee tables of my childhood were littered with Playboy magazines. By the time I reached puberty, the Pill was old hat.
People who use emojis in text messages have more sex than people who do not, according to new research. Dating site giant Match. Helen Fisher is a biological anthropologist at Rutgers University, New Jersey, who helped lead the study.
Ellen 47 en haar man Leon 49 vrijen al jaren niet meer. Dat is vanzelf zo ontstaan en ze vinden het allebei prima. Opgeslokt door drukte "De intimiteit die Leon en ik delen gaat nooit verder dan lepeltje-lepeltje slapen of in elkaars armen liggen op de bank voor de tv.
Say you're a Godly fellow of pure heart and intention in the seventh century, and you've met a lady, and the two of you would like to have some sex. There are so many rules, though. Where does one begin?
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Within the Dutch society we are constantly confronted with sex: advertisement of poorly dressed men and women, sex in movies and TV-series, sex and porn spam on social media. The image we have of sex, how we should have sex and who should not have sex, is strongly influenced by these media. Sometimes, this is the only image people have.
A properly dressed male guppy, with its gaudy blue spots and brilliant splashes of orange, can't help but stand out. But for a fish that spends its life swimming among predators, it seems that good camouflage would have a big advantage over colors that attract attention. If flashiness is a liability, why are these little guys such exhibitionists?
Grote kans dat je ooit een poging hebt gedaan om een pornofilm te kijken. Met je vriendje. Of met vriendinnen. Grote kans ook dat die sessie uitliep in een onzekerheid over je eigen lijf.
If there's one thing advertisers think they know, it is that sex and violence sell. A new analysis, however, provides some of the best evidence to date that this widely accepted adage just isn't true. Researchers analyzed the results of 53 different experiments a so-called meta-analysis involving nearly 8, people, done over 44 years.