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Wednesday Aug 24

Sexual Behavior

Pillow Talk

Wednesday, 24 August 2016 08:40

Sleeping too soon after sex may be bad for your relationship, experts warn.

Conking out just after sex may leave your partner feeling lonely and neglected, while cuddling and chatting will improve and strengthen your relationship, say psychologists who studied post-relations mating behavior between men and women.

“Research usually focuses on what happens until mating—sex is the goal,” says Daniel J. Kruger, PhD of the University of Michigan. “This study looks at what happens after sex.”



Sex Tonight? Fat Chance

Wednesday, 24 August 2016 08:40

Obesity will kill your sex life. How to leave the table and get back in the bedroom.


Hormonal disruption is at least one culprit that interferes with a satisfying sex life for obese males, says a University of Utah study examining the relationship between obesity and physical intimacy. 

"Previous studies have found that obesity is correlated to lower sperm count and can be associated with infertility, but we wanted to know if obesity was biologically associated with an unsatisfying sex life, and if so, could it be reversible," the study's lead author, Dr. Ahmad Hammoud, of the University of Utah, said in an Endocrine Society news release. "Our results show that the answer to both questions may be yes." 



Modern Mating Rituals

Wednesday, 24 August 2016 08:40

Why men overspend? You guessed it—to get the girls.


Men spend money like a peacock shows his plumes, says a new study led by Daniel Kruger, PhD, an assistant research scientist in the School of Public Health at the University of Michigan.

Evolution is the reason and mating is the motivation behind excessive and showy spending, as males instinctively know that presenting themselves as having high “resource potential” will get them the women.




Whatta Man, Whatta Man, Whatta Mighty Good Man

Wednesday, 24 August 2016 08:40

Despite certain body spray ads, the macho, macho man is out.



The days of the macho womanizer may be over, says an international study featuring interviews with more than 27,000 randomly selected men from eight countries (Germany, U.S., U.K., Spain, Brazil, Mexico, Italy and France). The research, which was published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, examined the attitudes of men regarding the masculine ideal; findings state that men value honor, respect, and self-reliance over womanizing and sexual performance when defining one’s manhood.



Foreplay Starts in the Kitchen

Wednesday, 24 August 2016 08:40

Men who help around the house get more sex.


Guys, if you want to improve your sex lives, do the dishes once in a while. Research finds that men who pitch in with the household chores enjoy better sex lives than men who don’t. “By and large, the more men do around the house, the happier women are," sociologist and report co-author Scott Coltrane of the University of California, Riverside told the AFP.





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