Sex

Study Says 4 Out Of 5 Men Don't Think Mutual Masturbation Is Gay

A “Facebook for masturbators” is seeing a surge in interest — particularly from straight men engaging in mutual masturbation.

Launched in September 2009, BateWorld is a “premiere online masturbation community.” The aim of the site, which boasts more than 87,000 members, is to promote and encourage male masturbation.

While, unsurprisingly, the majority of users on BateWorld are gay, it’s also attracting a rise in users who identify as straight.

This Transwoman Describing Getting A Train Ran On Her is Hilarious But Also A Mood

Do you!  We will never shame anyone for being sex positive, knowing what they like and going out and getting it.  Just be careful what you ask for!

CDC Tweets Reminder NOT To Wash And Reuse Condoms Because "People Still Do It"

Using a condom during sex seems pretty simple, right? You open the package, put it on, and toss it in the garbage when you're done.

The answer is not up for debate: It's one time only. And while it may seem obvious, there apparently are enough people reusing condoms that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention had to tweet a sex-ed lesson.

"We say it because people do it: Don't wash or reuse #condoms! Use a fresh one for each #sex act," the CDC STD account wrote in a July 23 tweet.

The tweet elicited a host of reactions, ranging from shock to horror.

10 Percent Of People Admit To Checking Phone During Sex

Checking the phone may take priority, even during some intimate moments, according to a recent study.

SureCall’s study finds that 10 percent of people check their phone during sex.

In addition, the study finds people 18 to 34 years of age are almost twice as likely to check their phone during sex than those 35 to 51 years of age.

The survey data was gathered from 1,000 participants.

Study Says People Who Eat Lots of Seafood Have More Sex

You already know that fish is a great source of protein, vitamin D, and heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids. Another surprising perk? It could give your sex life a boost—and even help you get pregnant—according to a new study from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

For the study, 501 couples who were trying to conceive logged their daily seafood intake—including fish and shellfish—in a journal for four years. They also tracked how often they had sex. The researchers followed the pairs for a year or until they became pregnant.

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