British healthcare company, DrFelix, has compiled a comprehensive survey about how people all over the world are having sex. Over the years, plenty of data has been floating around, but this is the first time it’s all been collated into a single piece of research, painting an unmistakable picture of bedroom habits around the world. … Continue reading How Other People Have Sex
Whether you’re talking about using paper or cloth napkins at the table, making a big deal about birthdays, serving certain foods at holidays, or sending greeting cards or not, most of us take for granted the habits and customs of our family. When being faced with another person’s customs it often is shocking and can … Continue reading My Way Is The Right Way, Isn’t It?
You didn’t think that true satisfaction was determined by your social-media following and bank account, did you? Well, you’re right. According to the 75-year-long Harvard Study of Adult Development, the most important predictor of true happiness and well-being is the right kind of relationships with family, friends and spouses. Study director Dr. Robert Waldinger — … Continue reading The Secret To A Happy Life
As you no doubt know, preference means favoring one thing, person, or activity over others; given a choice, this is what one would choose. For some reason it is often confused with orientation (whether one’s sex objects are women or men) when we speak of sexual matters. Many people, particularly those in a long term … Continue reading So You Think You Know Your Partner’s Sexual Preferences
Sex plays a central role in reproduction, and it can be pleasurable, but new findings suggest that it may serve an additional purpose: bonding partners together. A study of newlywed couples, published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science, indicates that partners experience a sexual ‘afterglow’ that lasts for up to … Continue reading A Bonding Sexual “AfterGlow”
Intimacy is not a synonym for sex. Intimacy can and often does lead to sex, but it’s not the same. Sex can also lead to intimacy, but not necessarily. Intimacy is that feeling that you are seen, known, and accepted by another person. It’s a lovely feeling. When couples come into my counseling office it’s … Continue reading Creating (or Renewing) Intimacy
Two male vultures have “adopted” a baby bird in an Amsterdam zoo. In a statement Wednesday, Artis zoo in Amsterdam said that zoo keepers found an abandoned egg, the Associate Press reported. They initially put the egg in an incubator, but then they put it in the nest of two griffon vultures. According to the … Continue reading Gay Vulture Couple Adopt a Baby
Brothel Owner Reveals Spike in Women Over 50 Applying for Work at Nevada Bordellos — and Discovering Financial Success June 2nd, 2017, Carson City, NV — Dennis Hof, owner of seven licensed brothels throughout the State of Nevada, including the world famous Moonlite Bunny Ranch, reports that in the past four years there has been … Continue reading Women Over 50 Apply for Brothel Jobs
Did you read “Tales of the City” in the San Francisco Chronicle between 1976 and 1983? Those were critical years for me personally (newly single in the times of Women’s Lib). If you did, a professor at U. of Wisconsin is doing a study and would like your participation. Contact Dr. Fawaz .http://www.english.wisc.edu/faculty-fawaz.htm.
A FERTILITY technique first used 100 years ago has been proven to be as effective at helping couples conceive as IVF treatment. A study by researchers from Australia and the Netherlands has demonstrated that the century-old procedure known as hysterosalpingography (HSG) was a significantly cheaper and less traumatic alternative for infertile couples. HSG involves the … Continue reading New way of dealing with Infertility