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24
Sep


Male orgasm, unlike female orgasm, is considered to be one of the simplest things on earth. Indeed, men, unlike women rarely discuss such hot topics as “How to achieve orgasm” and they never try to define what type of orgasm they achieve, as male orgasm is just orgasm and it cannot be divided into types (unlike female orgasm that can be vaginal, clitoral, G-spot and even extra genital).

Nevertheless, male orgasm is not as simple as it seems.

1. Many Various Organs Are Responsible For Male Orgasm, According To Sexologists.

These organs are as follows: penis, prostate, seminal vesicles and seminal hillocks. Only collaboration of these organs provide climax!

2. Rare Orgasms Increase Risk Of Breast Cancer

This was revealed by Greek physicians. They have found a direct connection between frequency of sex life and risk of breast cancer in men. Of course, men have this disease very rarely, however, they should not forget about the fact that rare orgasms decrease the level of male hormone testosterone. Low level of testosterone increases the risk of breast cancer. Regular sex life prevents many diseases and contributes to better health

3. World Record – 14 Orgasms In A Day

Italian porn actor Rocco Sifferdi is justly considered to be a world sex champion. He managed to make love to 14 women in a day and with each of them he had an orgasm that was registered by observers. Rocco will have to break his own record if he wants to remain the best. An anonymous dare-devil has already claimed he is going to break the hot Italian man’s record through achieving orgasms with 20 women in a day!

4. Male Orgasm Can Be Controlled

Orgasm is preceded by pre-orgasm: during these minutes the penis is very hard and the man experiences something similar to tickling in urethra. This sensation reminds of desire to urinate. If at this moment the man stops intercourse and thinks about something that has nothing to do with sex (for instance about football), his sexual arousal weakens. Thus the man has a chance to delay orgasm and to give his partner a chance to climax!

5. Men Fake Orgasm

For some reason women think that only they pretend to have orgasm and that men never do that since they achieve orgasm much easier than women. This is not true. According to British sociologists 23 percent of British men regularly fake orgasm. Canadian sociologist have even more shocking data: they say that 43 percent of men from time to time pretend to achieve orgasm in bed!

6. There Are Some Certain Signs That Allow To Define Whether A Man Fakes Orgasm

Of course, the main sign that your man did not cum is absence of sperm. No matter how loud he moaned and groaned, absence of ejaculation shows that most probably he did not cum. The man can say that he learned to have “dry” orgasms, however such ability is a very rare phenomena.

One more sign – he tries to get rid of condom so that you could not see how he does that, especially if you usually have to remind him that used condom should not be left behind the bed.

7. Reasons For Faking Orgasm

Men fake orgasm for various reasons. The first reason is stress. Stress might not prevent a man from having erection, but it can prevent him from having orgasm.

The other reason is bad foreplay. In spite of common opinion that only women need foreplay, men do need some time to get turned on enough before the encounter, especially if he is older than thirty. Sometimes they do not manage to get aroused enough and have to pretend so as not to disappoint the partner.

8. Almost 50 Percent Of Men Groan And Moan When Achieve Orgasm

About 20 percent experience orgasm in complete silence, 10 percent often start pinching, biting and even crying. Some even swear with enjoyment!

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24
Sep


This is the lubricant that is able to warm your erogenous zones and make your love plays hotter.

It heats up on contact with skin, with blowing or rubbing the erogenous zones you apply the lube on.

Advantages from using Warming Lubricants

There are the following advantages that the warming lubricant may deliver:

1. heightening physical sensitivity
2. intensifying sexual pleasure
3. creating wonderful unusual sensations
4. making the sexy play hotter and more passionate

Except all these effects, warming lubricant is a perfect non-toxic long-lasting liquid providing the gliding pleasure for both partners. It is latex condoms and sex toys compatible.

But you should always remember that there are some precautions in application:

1. allergy
2. yeast and other infections
3. high skin sensitivity

Warming lubricants contain a certain amount of glycerin or other substances that will become the good food for yeast if you have it. That is why it would be more reasonable to be cured before application.

In comparison with the traditional lubes, warming lubricants have much more content of such ‘provocative’ ingredients and therefore cause the tendency of the infections to grow. This will lead to irritations, discomfort, itching and so on.

Spots

Warming lubricants may be applied to different spots for intensifying the feel. There are different lubes intended for this or that erogenous zones.

For example, water-based warming lubricants with the light warming effect are recommended to use for vaginal sex.

The vaginal skin is very tender and sensitive, thus it is better to use the lubricant with small amount of warming agents.

The silicone-based warming lubes are great for anal sex. It does not block any pores and creates the perfect gliding effect combined with warming sensations.

There is a special kind of warming lubricants intended exclusively for other erogenous zones except vaginal or anal. They contain more intensive warming agent and are too hot. Even a few drops of this lube will make your nipples burn!


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22
Sep


If you ask the average person what defines our sexual age, there’s a good chance he’ll mention AIDS. Almost every week the mass media mention some new study about its prevalence or treatment, or the horrifying statistics of AIDS in Africa.

And yet for many Americans, AIDS is not the sexual problem about which they need to worry most. If you’re heterosexual and not involved in IV drug use (either yourself or through your partner), the chances of contracting AIDS are small.

But sex, unfortunately, is not without risks.

There’s unwanted pregnancy, which arguably changes a person’s life more than anything short of catastrophic illness. There are still several million unintentional pregnancies in America every year. This despite an abundance of birth control methods that really do work — condoms, pills, diaphragms, IUDs, depo-provera, and the most reliable of all, sterilization.

There are also sexually transmitted diseases like chlamydia, herpes and HPV. They won’t kill you, but they can bring plenty of trouble. They can undermine or destroy sterility; create problems during childbirth; interfere with sexual pleasure; and increase the risk of cervical cancer. While all can be treated, herpes and HPV cannot be cured.

Then we have the major league STDs — gonorrhea, syphilis and hepatitis. While they sound like things out of the past (or the gutter), perfectly nice people get them today. And they can ruin your life or kill you.

Finally, a broken heart is always a risk factor in sexual behavior. Sadly, some sexual partners lie, cheat and steal. Neither age nor gender, class, or race can predict or reduce the risk of heartbreak. The human foibles of betrayal and fickleness transcend all such boundaries. A broken heart is serious business for many, often resulting in depression, illness or behavioral acting out.

How do you talk about HIV and STDs? Pick a time when you feel close to your prospective partner, haven’t been drinking, have enough time for a full discussion, and have all or most of your clothes on.

Do it in a simple, straightforward way: “I want to enjoy sex with you, so I need to relax. That means talking about health issues, even though it’s uncomfortable for me. So let’s talk about it, OK?” Talk about the level of sexual experience you’ve had — unprotected intercourse, STDs, sexual contact with gay or bisexual men, intravenous drug use, and anything else you’d want revealed to you by a new partner.

If your would-be partner can’t handle this, or feels insulted, be glad you found out now. That’s why you brought it up.

Undertaking sexual activity thoughtfully means asking questions — and listening carefully to the answers — before leaping into bed with someone. You may be at little or no risk of catching HIV, but there are plenty of other problems out there.

Tips:

  • Condoms do work well if used correctly every time you have intercourse.
  • Learn how to discuss unwanted sexual consequences without apologizing.
  • If you think you have an STD, go to a health care professional immediately.

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