George Carlin (RIP) said it best …
“Kill someone they give you a medal, give someone an orgasm you go to jail. There are worse things to give someone than an orgasm!”
“Why is it illegal to sell something that is perfectly legal to give away?”
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|10 Sex Myths Decoded
We thought it’d be fun to look at the age-old myths about sex — like the one saying men think about sex every seven seconds — and ask our experts to demystify them. We asked fertility specialist Dr. Bradford Kolb and behavioral scientist Dr. Gail Wyatt for the hot-and-heavy truth.Myth #1
“You can avoid pregnancy by jumping up and down after sex.” FALSE: Once sperm gets inside you, says Kolb, it spreads and lubricates the entire area. “You can’t bounce it out of you. In fact, if your partner sees you bouncing around like that, it might just excite him more,” he says.
|This Is The Crazy Shit Magazines REALLY Mean When They Give Us Advice About Love And Sex
Everyone’s received their fair share of truly terrible love advice, whether from Internet forums, or over-enthusiastic great-aunts. But we’d argue that the advice printed in your run-of-the-mill drugstore magazines is often the most egregious. These magazines are often gender-oriented; but the bad advice is bestowed equally upon men and women. Sometimes this advice perpetuates outdated stereotypes, sometimes it encourages crazy behavior and sometimes it does both. Ultimately, the sweeping generalizations do both men and women a disservice.Here’s our translation of what magazines are really telling you when they give advice about love and sex:
On the ups and downs of relationships:
It’s startling to really examine the love lessons that are lurking beneath the cheerful quips and shiny stock photos we see in popular magazines. Some of the advice is too ridiculous to take seriously (we sincerely hope nobody was inspired to bring a fork into the bedroom…). But many of these tips contain echoes of persistent, insidious gender stereotypes that limit what we expect from ourselves and of the opposite sex. And that, my friends, ain’t sexy.